AMM percussionist Eddie Prevost on roto toms with alto saxophonist Seymour Wright in a 5 part series of G.A.M.U.T. free improvisations and interactions.
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Catalog ID: MRCD72
Squidco Product Code: 11064
Country: Great Britain
Recorded at Trinity College of Music, Greenwich, England on 2nd April 2008 by Sebastian Lexer.
Seymour Wright-alto saxophone
Eddie Prevost-Roto toms
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1. G 16:17
2. A 10:22
3. M 5:09
4. U 10:15
5. T 14:07
Related Categories of Interest:
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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AMM percussionist Eddie Prevost on roto toms with alto saxophonist Seymour Wright in a 5 part series of G.A.M.U.T. free improvisations and interactions. Wright has, amongst many other releases, recorded two albums on Matchless, is heard on the 2001 "Freedom of the City" album, and has recorded duos with Keith Rowe.
"The Idea of music can inhibit musical development. The musical practice that Seymour and I share, and aspire to develop, is the experimental. It is an open engagement with the materiality, in our case especially materials that can make sounds. It is, I suggest, a mixing of materiality with out general sensibility of enquiry. We wish to know the nature of things, we wish to invest ourselves into the nature of things. We observe responses to sounds and we want to develop a processive philosophy in which the investigative ethic is given full rein. We know from our experience that new human relationships can develop within such a collaborative practice. This is the art to which we apply our imaginations."-Eddie Prevost
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"Seymour Wright - saxophonist, investigator, artist - lives in London. His practice is about the saxophone - music, history and technique - actual and potential; an on-going, rigorous and exhaustive exploration of the instrument. The energy of this learning is applied to various collaborations and contexts to access/share what he has called the 'awkward wealth of investigation'. His work is documented on two widely acclaimed self-released collections Seymour Wright of Derby (2008) and Seymour Writes Back (2015). As well as STEPS, his current collaborations include lll人 (with Daichi Yoshikawa and Paul Abbott), GUO (with Daniel Blumberg) and XT (with Paul Abbott)."-Cafe Oto (https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/artists/seymour-wright/)
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