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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs353
Squidco Product Code: 23867
Packaging: Cardboard foldover
Recorded at Alison House, in Edinburgh, Scotland, on February 2nd, 2016, by George Mikrogiannakis.
Raymond MacDonald-alto saxophone
Graeme Wilson-tenor saxophone
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1. Montelimar 6:53
2. The Bucket Of Kimchi 7:06
3. Thawing Out 3:47
4. Slap And Wobble 6:21
5. Crow And Skylark 8:28
6. Bongo Billy Up A Tree 5:20
7. On The Roof And Down The Stairs 5:15
8. Slinking 9:12
9. Romance Is Not Dead 8:46
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London & UK Improv & Related Scenes
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"Raymond MacDonald co-leads The Burt/MacDonald Quartet and is a founder member and key player in The Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra. He also performs with The Scottish Jazz Composers Ensemble and the saxophone quartet Rich in Knuckles. He has recently collaborated Lol Coxhill, Keith Tippett, Harry Beckett, Evan Parker, Gunter Baby Sommer, Fred Frith, Keith Rowe, George Lewis, Maggie Nicols, Satoko Fujii, Ken Hyder, Natsuki Tamura, Steve Beresford, Mike Zerang, and Fred Longberg-holm.
Other work includes composing and performing for film, television, theatre and collaborations with visual artists, including commissioned work for Martin Boyce, Simon Starling and Christine Borland. He collaborated with David Byrne on David McKenzie's film Young Adam.
In December 2005 he made a solo tour of Japan and in July 2006 performed with Josh Abrams and Miguel Carvalhais at The Glasgow International Jazz festival."-Creative Sources (http://creativesourcesrec.com/creative_artists.html)
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"Graeme Wilson is a saxophonist & composer based in Newcastle in the north of England. His previous years on the jazz scene in Glasgow included work with the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Bill Wells Octet and The Delgados. As a composer he has produced scores for large and small ensembles, particularly written work for saxophone quartet. He has been a leading member of Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra in their recordings, international performances and collaborations with, among others, Fred Frith, Evan Parker and Barry Guy, and has contributed improvised interactions and soundtracks for artists' video work including Gair Dunlop and Dan Norton's interactive archive film site The Tomorrows Project at the Commonwealth Film Festival, and Cath Keay's Silkmoths. Recent work includes a textual score performed by GIO and Gunther Sommer's Dresden ensemble, a commission for saxophone ensemble for An Tobar Arts Centre on Mull, and improvisations responding to oral history from archives in the North-East at Culture Lab in Newcastle."-Creative Sources (http://creativesourcesrec.com/creative_artists.html)
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