Inspired, expressive, and curiously logical trio playing performing 10 of the late soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy's compositions live in Koln, Germany, 2006.
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Catalog ID: Hatology677
Squidco Product Code: 12130
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve 3 panels
Recorded November 2006 at Loft in Koln, Germany by Christian Heck.
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1. Stamps 7:31
2. The Crust 4:30
3. Blinks 2:38
4. After Hemline 7:45
5. The DUmps 4:56
6. Flakes 4:55
7. The Whammies! 6:01
8. Retreat 4:59
9. Tarte 4:47
10. Raps 2:11
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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"At every step, Lacy Pool finds new expressive possibilities in Lacy's innate, albeit curiously tailored, logic. Their personalities replace Lacy's and change the way we hear this music, which is as it should be. The song may have inspired the players, but the players have become the song."-Art Lange
• Show Bio for Michael Griener
"Michael Griener, born in Nuremberg, Germany in 1968, began playing drums in 1982, lives in Berlin since 1994.
Under the influence of the HOHE-UFER-concerts initiated by GŸnter Christmann he became involved early on in the various forms of Jazztradition, Free Improvisation and New Music, which led to a longer collaboration with Christmann in his Vario-projects (a.o. C.I.M.-Festival Den Haag 1990, Moers-Festival 1992, Wittener Tage fŸr Neue Kammermusik1993).
He has worked frequently with dancers, actors and poets (most recently in a project on Paul Celan with German writer Oskar Ansull). His duo KIMMO ELOMAA with electronic wizard jayrope received a grant by the city of Berlin in 2002 Received the 1. price as "most creative soloist" at the "New German Jazz Award" in 2006 His current projects include a.o.:
Uli Gumpert Quartet, TGW (Thieke-Griener-Weber), a Duo with Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Lacy Pool, Squakk and Carl-Ludwig HŸbschÔ Primordial Soup Michael Griener teaches jazz drumming at the University for Music ÒCarl Maria v. WeberÓ in Dresden and jazz-history and rhythm at the Jazzschule Berlin."-Michael Griener Website (http://www.michaelgriener.de/bio/bio.html)
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