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Brotzmann / McPhee / Kessler / Zerang: Tales Out Of Time (Hatology)


A much-needed reissue of the 2002 release from the quartet of Peter Brotzmann (reeds), Joe McPhee (sax, pocket cornet, trumpet), Kent Kessler (double bass) and Michael Zerang (drums & percussion) recording in the studio for incredible free improvisation from four titans.
 

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UPC: 752156073321

Label: Hatology
Catalog ID: 733
Squidco Product Code: 20750

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded June 19, 2002 at AirWave Studios, Chicago by John McCorthney.


Personnel:

Peter Brotzmann-alto,tenor saxophone

Joe McPhee-tenor saxophone, pocket cornet and trumpet

Kent Kessler-double bass

Michael Zerang-drums, percussion

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track listing:


1. Stone Poem No. 1 3:16

2. Something There Is That Doesn't Love 6:01

3. Master Ofa Small House 7:22

4. Cymbalism 5:54

5. Alto Lightning In A Violin Sky 5:53

6. From Now Till Doomsday 6:46

7. Do You Still Love Me/Did I Ever? 12:07

8. In Anticipation Of The Next 6:09

9. Blessed Assurance 4:11

10. Pieces Of Red, Green And Blue 8:01

11. Stone Poem No. 2 2:24




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"Patience and reserve, two manifestations of self-control. Solitary figures await their joint moment, let it come, don't rush it, don't drown it in samll-talk.Then when the time is right grab ahold and don't let it get away. Discipline has been your watchword. You've waited and when you eat the 2000-year-oldegg, it will be utterly scrumptious. For Zerang, Kessler, Brötzmann and McPhee, now's the time: peel back the rind, pop the cork, eat the egg."-John Corbett



"I always liked but never quite understood Neil Young's lyric that went something like this: "...are you ready for the country, 'cause it is time to go..." To call someone "country" is to say they are simple or at the very least not urbane. But I think Neil Young was speaking more of organics and getting back to authenticity, and genuineness. If my theory is correct, this disc by four members of Peter Brotzmann's Chicago Tentet is indeed a country album.

All four of these musicians have been working together in the Tentet, a gigantic composed/free undertaking that comes at you like a summer blockbuster movie. Where the Tentet is all about sculpted surges of power, this quartet sets about to make a free/ballad record with more modest ambitions.

In their modesty of approach, the quartet has made something quite synergistically large. Brötzmann and Joe McPhee are both known for their powerful display and energy, and both occasionaly get entangled in its trappings.Here they both acknowledge the dynamic but choose a less weighty interaction.

Chicago players Kent Kessler and Michael Zerang play a fine supporting role here. Kessler is adept at the heavy bottom plucking and the meditative bow. Zerang, for his part, contributes "Cymbalism" and some thoughtful hand-drumming on "Did You Still Love Me/Did I Ever?".

Highlights of this disc are a traditional piece, "Blessed Assurance," with all its nods towards Brotzmann's place as heir to Albert and Don Ayler's band; "From Now Till Doomsday," as an extended free meditation; and "In Anticipation Of The Next," McPhee's dedication to departed bassists Wilber Morris and Peter Kowald.

Quite patient in its approach, the quartet renders an amazing recording of music that announces this trip to the country."-Mark Corroto, All About Jazz



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Artist Biographies:

"Born Remscheid, Germany on 6 March 1941; soprano, alto, tenor, baritone and bass saxophones, a-clarinet, e-flat clarinet; bass clarinet, tarogato.

Peter Brötzmann's early interest was in painting and he attended the art academy in Wuppertal. Being very dissatisfied with the gallery/exhibition situation in art he found greater satisfaction playing with semi-professional musicians, though continued to paint (as well as retaining a level of control over his own records, particularly in record sleeve/CD booklet design). In late 2005 he had a major retrospective exhibition jointly with Han Bennink - two separate buildings separated by an inter-connecting glass corridor - in Brötzmann's home town of Remscheid.

Self-taught on clarinets, he soon moved to saxophones and began playing swing/bebop, before meeting Peter Kowald. During 1962/63 Brötzmann, Kowald and various drummers played regularly - Mingus, Ornette Coleman, etc. - while experiencing freedoms from a different perspective via Stockhausen, Nam June Paik, David Tudor and John Cage. In the mid 1960s, he played with American musicians such as Don Cherry and Steve Lacy and, following a sojourn in Paris with Don Cherry, returned to Germany for his unorthodox approach to be accepted by local musicians like Alex von Schlippenbach and Manfred Schoof.

The trio of Peter Brötzmann, Peter Kowald and Sven-Ake Johansson began playing in 1965/66 and it was a combination of this and the Schoof/Schlippenbach Quintet that gave rise to the first Globe Unity Orchestra. Following the self-production of his first two LPs, For Adolphe Sax and Machine gun for his private label, BRÖ, a recording for Manfred Eicher's 'Jazz by Post' (JAPO) [Nipples], and a number of concert recordings with different sized groups, Brötzmann worked with Jost Gebers and started the FMP label. He also began to work more regularly with Dutch musicians, forming a trio briefly with Willem Breuker and Han Bennink before the long-lasting group with Han Bennink and Fred Van Hove. As a trio, and augmented with other musicians who could stand the pace (e.g. Albert Mangelsdorff on, for example, The Berlin concert), this lasted until the mid-1970s though Brötzmann and Bennink continued to play and record as a duo, and in other combinations, after this time. A group with Harry Miller and Louis Moholo continued the trio format though was cut short by Miller's early death.

The thirty-plus years of playing and recording free jazz and improvised music have produced, even on just recorded evidence, a list of associates and one-off combinations that include just about all the major figures in this genre: Derek Bailey (including performances with Company (e.g. Incus 51), Cecil Taylor, Fred Hopkins, Rashied Ali, Evan Parker, Keiji Haino, Misha Mengelberg, Anthony Braxton, Marilyn Crispell, Andrew Cyrille, Phil Minton, Alfred 23 Harth, Tony Oxley. Always characterised as an energy player - and the power-rock setting of Last Exit with Ronald Shannon Jackson, Sonny Sharock and Bill Laswell, or his duo performances with his son, Casper, did little to disperse this conviction - his sound is one of the most distinctive, life-affirming and joyous in all music. But the variety of Brötzmann's playing and projects is less recognised: his range of solo performances; his medium-to-large groups and, in spite of much ad hoc work, a stability brought about from a corpus of like- minded musicians: the group Ruf der Heimat; pianist Borah Bergman; percussionist Hamid Drake; and Die like a dog, his continuing tribute to Albert Ayler, with Drake, William Parker and Toshinori Kondo. Peter Brötzmann continues a heavy touring schedule which, since 1996 has seen annual visits to Japan and semi-annual visits to the thriving Chicago scene where he has played in various combinations from solo through duo (including one, in 1997, with Mats Gustafsson) to large groups such as the Chicago Octet/Tentet, described below. He has also released a number of CDs on the Chicago-based Okka Disk label, including the excellent trio with Hamid Drake and the Moroccan Mahmoud Gania, at times sounding like some distant muezzin calling the faithful to become lost in the rhythm and power of the music.

The "Chicago Tentet" was first organized by Brötzmann with the assistance of writer/presenter John Corbett in January 1997 as an idea for a one-time octet performance that included Hamid Drake and Michael Zerang (drums), Kent Kessler (bass) and Fred Lomberg-Holm (cello), Ken Vandermark and Mars Williams (reeds), and Jeb Bishop (trombone). The first meeting was extremely strong and warranted making the group an ongoing concern and in September of that same year the band was expanded to include Mats Gustafsson (reeds) and Joe McPhee (brass) as permanent members (with guest appearances by William Parker (bass), Toshinori Kondo (trumpet/electronics), and Roy Campbell (trumpet) during its tenure) - all in all a veritable who's who of the contemporary improvising scene's cutting edge. Though the Tentet is clearly led by Brötzmann and guided by his aesthetics, he has been committed to utilizing the compositions of other members in the ensemble since the beginning. This has allowed the band to explore an large range of structural and improvising tactics: from the conductions of Mats Gustafsson and Fred Lonberg-Holm, to the vamp pieces of Michael Zerang and Hamid Drake, to compositions using conventional notation by Ken Vandermark and Mars Williams, to Brötzmann's graphic scores - the group employs almost every contemporary approach to composing for an improvising unit. This diversity in compositional style, plus the variety in individualistic approaches to improvisation, allows the Tentet to play extremely multifaceted music. As the band moves from piece to piece, it explores intensities that range from spare introspection to all out walls of sound, and rhythms that are open or free from a steady pulse to those of a heavy hitting groove. It is clear that the difficult economics of running a large band hasn't prevented the group from continuing to work together since its first meeting. Through their effort they've been able to develop an ensemble sound and depth of communication hard to find in a band of any size or style currently playing on the contemporary music scene."

-EFI (European Free Improvisation Pages) (http://www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/mbrotzm.html)
3/27/2017

"Joe McPhee, born November 3,1939 in Miami, Florida, USA, is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, improviser, conceptualist and theoretician. He began playing the trumpet at age eight, taught by his father, himself a trumpet player. He continued on that instrument through his formative school years and later in a U.S. Army band stationed in Germany, at which time he was introduced to performing traditional jazz. Clifford Thornton's Freedom and Unity, released in 1969 on the Third World label, is the first recording on which he appears as a side man. In 1968, inspired by the music of Albert Ayler, he took up the saxophone and began an active involvement in both acoustic and electronic music.

His first recordings as leader appeared on the CJ Records label, founded in 1969 by painter Craig Johnson. These include Underground Railroad by the Joe McPhee Quartet (1969), Nation Time (1970), Trinity (1971) and Pieces of Light (1974). In 1975, Swiss entrepreneur Werner X. Uehlinger release Black Magic Man by McPhee, on what was to become Hat Hut Records.

In 1981, he met composer, accordionist, performer, and educator Pauline Oliveros, whose theories of "deep listening" strengthened his interests in extended instrumental and electronic techniques. he also discovered Edward de Bono's book Lateral Thinking: A Textbook of Creativity, which presents concepts for solving problems by "disrupting an apparent sequence and arriving at the solution from another angle." de Bono's theories inspired McPhee to apply this "sideways thinking" to his own work in creative improvisation, resulting in the concept of "Po Music." McPhee describes "Po Music" as a "process of provocation" (Po is a language indicator to show that provocation is being used) to "move from one fixed set of ideas in an attempt to discover new ones." He concludes, "It is a Positive, Possible, Poetic Hypothesis." The results of this application of Po principles to creative improvisation can be heard on several Hat Art recordings, including Topology, Linear B, and Oleo & a Future Retrospective.

In 1997, McPhee discovered two like-minded improvisers in bassist Dominic Duval and drummer Jay Rosen. The trio premiered at the Vision Jazz Festival in 1998 but the concert went unnoticed by the press. McPhee, Duval, and Rosen therefore decided that an apt title for the group would be Trio X. In 2004 he created Survival Unit III with Fred Lonberg-Holm and Michael Zerang to expand his musical horizons and with a career spanning nearly 50 years and over 100 recordings, he continues to tour internationally, forge new connections while reaching for music's outer limits."

-Joe McPhee Website (http://joemcphee.com/bio.html)
3/27/2017

"Michael Zerang was born in Chicago, Illinois, and is a first-generation American of Assyrian decent. He has been a professional musician, composer, and producer since 1976, focusing extensively on improvised music, free jazz, contemporary composition, puppet theater, experimental theater, and international musical forms.

Michael has collaborated with contemporary theater, dance, and other multidisciplinary forms and has received three Joseph Jefferson Awards for Original Music Composition in Theater, in collaboration with Redmoon Theater, in 1996, 1998, and 2000.

As a percussionist and composer, Michael has over eighty titles in his discography and has toured nationally and internationally to 34 countries since 1981, and works with and ever-widening pool of collaborators.

Michael founded and was the artistic director of the Link's Hall Performance Series in Chicago from 1985-1989 where he produced over 300 concerts of jazz, traditional ethnic folk music, electronic music, and other forms of forward thinking music. Michael has been a Board Member of Links Hall Since 1989. He continued to produce concerts at Cafe Urbus Orbis from 1994-1996, and at his own space, The Candlestick Maker in Chicago's Albany Park neighborhood, from 2001 - 2005.

Michael has taught as a guest artist at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in performance technique, sound design, and sound/music as it relates to puppetry; rhythmic analysis for dancers at The Dance Center of Columbia College, Northwestern University, and MoMing Dance and Arts Center; courses in Composer/Choreographer Collaborations at Northwestern University; music to children at The Jane Adams Hull House.

Michael currently tours and holds workshops in improvisational music, and teaches private lessons in rhythmic analysis, music composition, and percussion technique.

-Michael Zerang Website (http://www.michaelzerang.com/)
3/27/2017

Other Releases With These Artists:
Bauer, Johannes / Peter Brotzmann
Blue City (Live At Blue City Osaka / Japan 16. October 1997)
(Trost Records)
Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink (w/ Albert Mangelsdorff)
The End [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink (w/ Albert Mangelsdorff)
Couscouss de la Mauresque [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink (w/ Albert Mangelsdorff)
Elements [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Black Bombaim & Peter Brotzmann
Black Bombaim & Peter Brotzmann [VINYL]
(Shhpuma)
Parker, Evan / Daunik Lazro / Joe McPhee
Seven Pieces. Live At Willisau 1995
(Clean Feed)
Chicago Plan, The (Swell / Ullmann / Lonberg-Holdm / Zerang)
The Chicago Plan
(Clean Feed)
McPhee, Joe / Ingebrigt Haker Flaten
Bricktop
(Trost Records)
McPhee, Joe / Raymond Boni
Live From The Magic City (Birmingham, Alabama)
(Trost Records)
McPhee, Joe / Andre Jaume
Nuclear Family
(Corbett vs. Dempsey)
Black Bombaim & Peter Brotzmann
Black Bombaim & Peter Brotzmann
(Shhpuma)
Brotzmann, Peter / Steve Noble / John Edwards
The Worse The Better
(Otoroku)
Konstrukt / Peter Brotzmann / Huseyin Ertunc / Dogan Dogusel / Barlas Tan Ozemek
Eklisia Sunday [VINYL]
(Holidays Records)
Universal Indians w/ Joe McPhee
Skullduggery [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Clean Feed)
Full Blast (Brotzmann / Pliakas / Wertmuller)
Risc [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Trost Records)
Full Blast (Brotzmann / Pliakas / Wertmuller)
Risc
(Trost Records)
Peter, Brotzmann / Fred Hopkins / Rashied Ali
Songlines [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Trost Records)
Foussat, Jean-Marc / Les Autres
Alternative Oblique [4 CD Box Set]
(Improvising Beings)
Trio X
Live At Craig Kessler & Janet Lessner's
(CIMPOL)
Trio X
Live At Kerrytown
(CIMPOL)
Brotzmann, Peter Sextet/ Quartet
Nipples [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann, Peter Group
Alarm [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
McPhee, Joe / Raymond Boni
Jukebox-Series 003 [7-inch VINYL]
(Trost Records)
McPhee / Saft / Morris / Downs
Ticonderoga
(Clean Feed)
Last Exit
Iron Path [VINYL]
(ESP)
Universal Indians + Joe McPhee (Dikeman / Strom / Ostvang)
Skullduggery
(Clean Feed)
Last Exit
Iron Path
(ESP)
Bruckmann / Rosenberg / Zerang
Six Synaptics
(Ertia Creations / Barely Auditable Records )
McPhee, Joe
As Serious As Your Life [reissue]
(Hatology)
Brotzmann, Peter / Sonny Sharrock
Whatthefuckdoyouwant
(Trost Records)
Brotzmann, Peter / Harry Miller / Louis Moholo
Opened, But Hardly Touched [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann Trio, Peter
For Adolphe Sax [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Trzaska, Mikolaj / Devin Hoff / Michael Zerang
Sleepless in Chicago [VINYL]
(NoBusiness)
McPhee, Joe / Paal Nilssen-Love
Red Sky
(PNL)
Parker, Evan & Joe Mcphee
What / If / They Both Could Fly [VINYL]
(Rune Grammofon)
Parker, Evan & Joe Mcphee
What / If / They Both Could Fly
(Rune Grammofon)
Yudanov / Brotzmann / Luoma
Fryed Fruit
(Red Toucan)
Margots, The (Vandermark / Daisy / McPhee / Reid / &c)
Pescado
(Okka)
Vandermark's, Ken Topology Nonet w/ Joe McPhee
Impressions of Po Music
(Okka)
McPhee, Joe
Sonic Elements
(Clean Feed)
Thieke / Gregorio / Baker / Zerang
Sack of Rice
(Peira)
Trespass Trio + Joe McPhee
Human Encore
(Clean Feed)
Lacy, Steve & Joe McPhee
The Rest [VINYL]
(Roaratorio)
Schlippenbach, Alexander Von
The Living Music [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Sandell / Lonberg-Holm / Zerang
Disappeared
(Nuscope)
McPhee, Joe
The Loneliest Woman [CD EP]
(Corbett vs. Dempsey)
Haker-Flaten New York Quartet, Ingebrigt (McPhee / Wooley / Morris)
Now Is
(Clean Feed)
Petit, Didier - Alexandre Pierrepont
Passages - A Road Record: Woodstock - New York - Chicago - Los Angeles
(RogueArt)
Morris, Joe
Perpetual Frontier The Properties of Free Music [BOOK]
(Riti Publishing)
Various Artists
13 Miniatures For Albert Ayler
(RogueArt)
Brotzmann, Peter / Steve Noble / John Edwards
The Worse The Better: Live at Cafe OTO, January 2010 [VINYL REPRESS]
(Otoroku)
Sonore
OTO
(Trost Records)
Full Blast & Friends
Sketches & Ballads [VINYL]
(Trost Records)
Full Blast & Friends
Sketches & Ballads
(Trost Records)
McPhee, Joe and Michael Zerang
Creole Gardens (A New Orleans Suite)
(NoBusiness)
McPhee, Joe & Chris Corsano
Under A Double Moon [VINYL]
(Roaratorio)
Fasteau, Kali
Vivid
(Flying Note)
Zerang / Strid
Scratch Match
(Penumbra)
Decoy & Joe McPhee
Oto
(Bo Weavil Recordings)
Gjerstad / Lonberg-Holm / Zerang
Sugar Maple
(FMR)
Sonore (Gustafsson / Vandermark / Brotzmann)
Only The Devil Has No Dreams
(Jazzwerkstatt)
Brotzmann / Kondo / Pupillo / Nilssen-Love
Hairy Bones
(Okka)
Full Blast
Black Hole
(Atavistic)
Brotzmann / Lonberg-Holm
The Brain Of The Dog In Section
(Atavistic)
McPhee, Joe / Lisle, Ellis / Plimley, Paul
Sweet Freedom - Now What?
(Hatology)
Giardullo Open Ensemble, Joe
Red Morocco
(RogueArt)
Fields Ensemble, Scott
Denouement
(Clean Feed)
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N.Y., N.Y., 1971
(Hatology)
Ulher / Mallozzi / Zerang
Landscape: Recognizable
(Creative Sources)
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Signs
(Okka)
McPhee, Joe / Andre Jaume
Nuclear Family
(Corbett vs. Dempsey)
Brotzmann, Peter / Steve Noble / John Edwards
The Worse The Better
(Otoroku)
Peter, Brotzmann / Fred Hopkins / Rashied Ali
Songlines [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Trost Records)
Eskelin, Ellery Trio (w/ Gary Versace / Gerry Hemingway)
Willisau Live
(Hatology)
Trio X
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(CIMPOL)
Trio X
Live At Kerrytown
(CIMPOL)
Brotzmann, Peter Sextet/ Quartet
Nipples [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
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Alarm [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Taylor, Cecil
Garden, 2nd Set
(Hatology)
Last Exit
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(ESP)
DKV Trio
Baraka
(Okka)
Sandell / Lonberg-Holm / Zerang
Disappeared
(Nuscope)
McPhee, Joe and Michael Zerang
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(NoBusiness)
Zerang / Strid
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(Penumbra)
Amado / Kessler / Nilssen-Love
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(European Echoes)
D'Agaro, Daniele
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(Hatology)
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Signs
(Okka)
Gregorio, Guillermo
Degrees Of Iconicity
(Hat [now] ART)
Scarcity Of Tanks
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(Total Life Society Records)
Remote Viewers, The
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(Remote Viewers)
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(Rarenoise Records)
Duthoit, Isabelle / Georg Graewe
Parlance
(Nuscope)
Cortex (Johansson / Alberts / Hoyer / Nilssen)
Live in New York [VINYL]
(Clean Feed)
Naked Wolf (Ex / Gibson / Jaeger / Provan / Szafirowski)
Ahum
(Clean Feed)
Jackson / Baker / Kirshner
The Noisy Miner [CASSETTE with DOWNLOAD CODE]
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Ambarchi, Oren
Hubris
(Editions Mego)
Mitchell's, Nicole Black Earth Ensemble & Ensemble Laborintus
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(RogueArt)
Unnatural Ways
We Aliens
(Tzadik)
Lehman, Steve (feat. HPrizm / Gaston Bandimic / Maciek Lasserre)
Selebeyone
(Pi Recordings)
Eloping with the Sun (William Parker / Morris / Drake)
Counteract This Turmoil Like Trees and Birds
(RogueArt)
Morris, Joe
Shock Axis
(Relative Pitch)
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Blue City (Live At Blue City Osaka / Japan 16. October 1997)
(Trost Records)
Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink (w/ Albert Mangelsdorff)
The End [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink (w/ Albert Mangelsdorff)
Couscouss de la Mauresque [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink (w/ Albert Mangelsdorff)
Elements [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
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(Shhpuma)
Parker, Evan / Daunik Lazro / Joe McPhee
Seven Pieces. Live At Willisau 1995
(Clean Feed)
Chicago Plan, The (Swell / Ullmann / Lonberg-Holdm / Zerang)
The Chicago Plan
(Clean Feed)
McPhee, Joe / Ingebrigt Haker Flaten
Bricktop
(Trost Records)
McPhee, Joe / Raymond Boni
Live From The Magic City (Birmingham, Alabama)
(Trost Records)
Black Bombaim & Peter Brotzmann
Black Bombaim & Peter Brotzmann
(Shhpuma)
Konstrukt / Peter Brotzmann / Huseyin Ertunc / Dogan Dogusel / Barlas Tan Ozemek
Eklisia Sunday [VINYL]
(Holidays Records)
Universal Indians w/ Joe McPhee
Skullduggery [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Clean Feed)
Full Blast (Brotzmann / Pliakas / Wertmuller)
Risc [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Trost Records)
Full Blast (Brotzmann / Pliakas / Wertmuller)
Risc
(Trost Records)
Foussat, Jean-Marc / Les Autres
Alternative Oblique [4 CD Box Set]
(Improvising Beings)
McPhee, Joe / Raymond Boni
Jukebox-Series 003 [7-inch VINYL]
(Trost Records)
McPhee / Saft / Morris / Downs
Ticonderoga
(Clean Feed)
Universal Indians + Joe McPhee (Dikeman / Strom / Ostvang)
Skullduggery
(Clean Feed)
Last Exit
Iron Path
(ESP)
Bruckmann / Rosenberg / Zerang
Six Synaptics
(Ertia Creations / Barely Auditable Records )
McPhee, Joe
As Serious As Your Life [reissue]
(Hatology)
Brotzmann, Peter / Sonny Sharrock
Whatthefuckdoyouwant
(Trost Records)
Brotzmann, Peter / Harry Miller / Louis Moholo
Opened, But Hardly Touched [VINYL 2 LPs]
(Cien Fuegos)
Brotzmann Trio, Peter
For Adolphe Sax [VINYL]
(Cien Fuegos)
Trzaska, Mikolaj / Devin Hoff / Michael Zerang
Sleepless in Chicago [VINYL]
(NoBusiness)
McPhee, Joe / Paal Nilssen-Love
Red Sky
(PNL)

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