The trio of bassist Gary Peacock, pianist Paul Bley, and trumpeter Franz Koglmann interpret and improvise on the music of avant song-writer Annette Peacock.
Bley / Koglmann / Peacock
Released in: Switzerland
"Inspiration, elusive and ethereal, can come from anywhere. Once considered a divine influence, allowing the chosen one to receive a sacred revelation, it can result from common or surprising, rational or illogical sources. Much "art" is (and has been) created without the spark of inspiration, from mechanical or technical motivation. It's not always easy to tell the difference. When true inspiration does occur, it may be a response to either technical demands or emotional stimuli - in either case, heightening the energy and intensity conducive to communication.
Though seldom revealed, feelings this vulnerable and explicit are real, music this honest and open is real, and the inspiration here is palpable and real."-Art Lange, from the liner notes
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Catalog ID: 674
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Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded on April 12th through the 14th of 1992 at Radio Bremen, Germany by Peter Schulze and Volker Steppat. Originally released on CD in 1992 as hat ART CD 6118.
Franz Koglmann-flugelhorn, trumpet
Gary Peacock-double bass
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1. Touching 1 5:52
2. El Cordobes 8:31
3. Cartoon 6:26
4. Albert's Love Theme 3:46
5. Kid Dynamite 4:26
6. Miracles 6:47
7. Blood 1 5:03
8. Annette 6:26
9. Both 4:26
10. Blood 2 2:46
11. Mister Joy 8:37
12. Touching 2 1:45