The Squid's Ear Magazine

  Rapid SSL

  PayPal

  Mastercard

  Visa

  Discover

  American Express



© 2002-2018, Squidco LLC
Search for the following:
 Artist   Title   Label   Country       Sort:
Search only in this category:
All Fields Name Personnel
Country Label Album Title
Album Artist Squidco Product Code Description



4 products found   Page 1 of 1   -- Go to Page
  Product Price      
Niggenkemper, Pascal: Sound Within Sound | Wuppertal Diary [2 CDs]

Label: Fitschgetau
Product Code: 26323
Catalog Code: None
Country: Germany
 
Price: $20.95



In Stock



Adventurous double bassist Pascal Niggenkemper was artist in residence at Wuppertal in the fall of 2017, presenting concerts with a diverse set of masterful improvisers from Europe and the US, excerpts of which are meticulously programmed in this 2-CD collection, organized by artistic endeavor and intent, from the spacious/introspective to wildly lively encounters; recommended.


Liebman, Dave / Steve Dalachinsky + guest Richie Beirach: The Fallout Of Dreams

Label: RogueArt
Product Code: 19117
Catalog Code: R0G-0053
Country: France
 
Price: $15.95



In Stock



A quintessential NY release from Brooklyn poet Steve Dalachinsky and saxophonist Dave Liebman with special guest pianist Richie Beirach, in 14 insightful works referencing and dedicated to Cecil Taylor, Billie Holiday, Jackson Pollock, Steve Lacy, &c &c.


Various Artists: 13 Miniatures For Albert Ayler

Label: RogueArt
Product Code: 16394
Catalog Code: R0G-040
Country: France
 
Price: $15.95



In Stock



A large excerpt from the tribute to Albert Ayler concert presented at Fondation Cartier, Paris on December 2nd 2010 with Joe Mcphee, Evan Parker, Barre Phillips, John Tchicai, Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Jean-Jacques Avenel, &c. &c.


Dalachinsky, Steve / Matthew Shipp : Phenomena of Interference

Label: Hopscotch Records
Product Code: 05454
Catalog Code: HOP 19
Country: USA
 
Price: $14.95



In Stock



The duo of Downtown NY-ers poet Steve Dalachinsky and pianist Matthew Shipp improvising over 22 of Dalachinsky's sharply worded poems of "everyday" observation.