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Dunmall / Edwards / Gibbs / Sanders: Boundless

Label: FMR
Product Code: 13787
Catalog Code: FMR 278
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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An incredible display of virtuosity and free jazz melodicism led by saxophonist Paul Dunmall, with dual guitars from Barry Edwards and Philip Gibbs, and Mark Sanders' propulsive drumming.


Dunmall / Bianco / Kane: Ritual Beyond

Label: FMR
Product Code: 13068
Catalog Code: FMR 286
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Live recordings from 2009 at Delbury Hall with the mighty Paul Dunmall on tenor and clarinet; blistering music from an incredible trio playing seriously smoking free jazz.


Dunmall, Paul: Deep [DVD]

Label: FMR
Product Code: 11386
Catalog Code: FMRDVD03
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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PAL format DVD that documents the history of one of free improvisation's greatest saxophonists, Paul Dunmall, with music clips, interviews, &c.


Taylor / Dunmall / Chang: Crossing

Label: FMR
Product Code: 11148
Catalog Code: 247-1107
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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The title "Crossing" was penned by the group as a metaphor for the way in which their individual experience and musics meet and interact, fueled by a common love of improvisation.


Dunmall, Paul Octet: Bridging

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 04925
Catalog Code: CF017
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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Dunmall, Paul: In Your Shell Like

Label: Emanem
Product Code: 04587
Catalog Code: 4111
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $16.95



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Paul Dunmall (bagpipes, sax) and Stevie Wishart (hurdy-gurdy) play as a duo to start this Brussels concert, followed by a flustering duo with Dunmall on sax and Paul Lytton on percussion, and ending with a group performance by the unlikely trio.