The Trio was the influential 60's band of saxophonist John Surman, drummer Stu Martin, and bassist Barre Phillips, here paid tribute by saxophonist Bernd Reincke, drummer Chad Popple, and bassist John Hughes, using their tunes as a springboard for exuberant modern improv.
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Catalog ID: FMRCD431-116
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Recorded live at Cafe Sternchance, in Hamburg, Germany, on March 2nd, 2014, by Christof Jaeger.
Bernd Reincke-baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
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1. Flyover 5:06
2. Bat 3:24
3. Oh Dear 7:42
4. In Between 5:17
5. Dousing Rod 7:17
6. Incantation 6:14
7. Triangle 3:04
8. Old Rectory 7:29
9. Joachim 4:25
10. Silvercloud 8:02
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"Reincke//Hughes//Popple focus on the music of "The Trio" and thus the compositions of John Surman, Barre Phillips and Stu Martin. Formed in 1969, "The Trio" was one of the most original and inspirational European or European-based bands (Martin and Phillips were American expatriates), whose music has unjustly been forgotten. Their compositions are often short and varied, generally setting specific parameters of rhythm, dynamics, or harmonic lattices. Reincke//Hughes//Popple provide their own original interpretations, using the tunes as a springboard for powerful swinging moments, free improvisations, sizzling duets and unexpected energy explosions."-FMR
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"Bernd Reincke - baritone and other saxophones, clarinets, flutes
Studied at Marburg and Giessen as well as at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Hamburg, among others Herb Geller, Sal Nistico and Dave Liebman, Gary Smulyan, Joe Temperely, Danny Bank.
Collaboration among others with Michael Sagmeister, Hermann Breuer, Wlodek Pawlik, Gabriel Coburger, Howard Johnson, the NDR - Big Band. He has also been a part of the group, and is a member of the band, Don Bosco, Doug McGrath, Doug McGrath, Dirk Lysne, Bob Mintzer, Vogo Globokar, Anthony Braxton, Han Bennink and Nils Wogram. Co-founder of the JazzHaus Orchestra Hamburg.
Involved in various theatrical and musical productions, TV and Rundfunkaufen in the HR and NDR.
Teaching activity at the music school of the city of Lüneburg.
Recordings with: Tobias Netta (1990), Anthony Braxton `2 Compositions (Ensemble) '1992, `Jazz In Hamburg' (1999),JazzHaus Orchestra Hamburg (2000),JazzHaus Orchestra Hamburg `Cosmopolitans' (2004),Bernd Reincke Quintet `On The Rush' (2006).
Bernd Reincke Q'tett `Cowcaddens' (2013).-Bernd Reincke Website (translated by Google) (https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=https://berndreincke.jimdo.com/&prev=search)
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"John Hughes (double bass) is an active member of the jazz and improvisation community in Hamburg, performing regularly both in Hamburg and in Germany. John has worked with numerous groups and projects, dancers, poets, artists and light technicians. In Nov. 2004, John curated the first, annual "Phenomorphonic" festival in the Christianskirche, Hamburg. This festival for experimental acoustic and electronic music brought together musicians from New York, Berlin, Switzerland, Italy, and Hamburg. Johns' current associations include the improv. groups, "Propele di Katsa" (B.Fuchsberger, J.Hochapfel, J.Hughes), the electro/accoustic trio Hughes/Scherzberg/Wiese and his duo collaborations with Italian pianist Alberto Braida and German saxophonist Lars Scherzberg. John also plays in "Rocket No.9" (C.Popple, M.Pfleiderer, J.Hughes), a jazz group which focuses on presenting the music of the great composers of the past, such as Duke Ellington, Sun Ra, Thelonious Monk, and others."-Frequenzgänge (https://frequenzgaenge.wordpress.com/tag/double-bass/page/2/)
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"Chad Popple was born in Waukesha, WI (usa) in 1974. He has been playing drums since 1979, vibraphone since 1991, and the classical North Indian drums, the tabla, since 1994. He has toured USA and Europe many times with his bands Colossamite and Gorge Trio, with whom he has released several records including: Colossamite's 'Economy Of Motion' and Gorge Trio's 'Open Mouth, O Wisp', both on Skin Graft records. Recently he has played solo concerts of vibraphone and drum music in Germany and France. Since 1998 located in Hamburg."-Deep Space X (http://www.dspx.tischfuenf.com/Chad.html)
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