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Catalog ID: Leo Lab CD 067
Squidco Product Code: 7639
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded at Petts Studio, January, February, 2000.
Adrian Northover-soprano sax
Louise Petts-alto sax, vocals, electronics
David Petts-tenor sax, electronics
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• Show Bio for Adrian Northover
"ADRIAN NORTHOVER - saxophones, Played and recordings with B Shops for the Poor, The Remote Viewers, Sonicphonics (with Billy Bang), The London Improvisers Orchestra, Ensemble Trip-Tik, Anna Homler, Ricardo Tejero, The Custodians, Sabu Toyozumi, Terry Day, Tristan Honsinger and JJ Duerinckx ,duo CD’s with Adam Bohman, Tasos Stamou, Daniel Thompson and others. Current projects include ‘Hard Evidence’ with John Edwards and Steve Noble, playing the music of Thelonious Monk, Vladimir Miller’s Notes from Underground, ‘Hogcallin’ - a septet playing the music of Charles Mingus, and a trio with Marcio Mattos and Marilza Gouvea. This year (2016) has also seen collaborations with Neil Metcalfe(flute), Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg (voice), Vladimir Tarasov (drums), and Marcello Magliocchi (drums) and Daniel Thompson(guitar). Adrian is also involved with Indian music (Jazz Thali ) and works with live music for film (Ensemble Kino)."-Adrian Norhover Website (http://www.adriannorthover.co.uk/Marchtrio.html)
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1. Jump They Say 3:57
2. Cold War 5:00
3. The Secret of Chimneys 3:19
4. The Distraction of Elegance 8:34
5. Conspiring With Robots 5:16
6. All Mine (Portishead) 5:03
7. Verticals and Night Sounds 6:04
8. Alien Landscape 3:51
9. The Tilt of Cylinders 6:39
10. Persuasive With Aliens 10:23
sample the album:
"The name of the group is apropos: there is a remoteness, an aloofness, perhaps a British sensibility to the Remote Viewers, a trio of three saxophonists who add lots of electronics and vocals to the mix. Hard to pigeonhole, the results are disturbingly abstract, often morose, and sometimes dry and dark. David and Louis Petts are joined by Adrian Northover's soprano sax, and the full sound belies the small number of performers. Louis Petts' haunting voice is the primary focus of the recording. She is a very serious interpreter of her lyrics, which are half sung, half recited. The words are poetry (an example: "There, like sunburst over hourly oscillation the distancing heart over the towering spirit almost gone"), and the somber recital paints a pale, often spooky tapestry. The saxophones are offered somewhat limited opportunities, though they punch powerfully when called to do so. This is disturbing music, though, mostly joyless, yet powerful in its own perturbing way. Don't file under easy listening."-Steven Loewy, All Music
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