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Peacock, Annette & Paul Bley: Dual Unity

Label: Bamboo
Product Code: 23248
Catalog Code: BAM 7018LP
Country: UK
 
Price: $23.95



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Reissuing the debut album by vocalist Annette Peacock and pianist Paul Bley recorded during their first European tour in 1970, in a quartet with compatriots Mario Pavone on bass and Laurence Cook on drums, Bley using an early Moog synthesizer; unique and original avant jazz.


Giuffre, Jimmy 3: Bremen & Stuttgart (1961) [2 CDs]

Label: Emanem
Product Code: 22653
Catalog Code: 5208
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $22.95



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The sophisticated and influential Jimmy Giuffre 3 led by clarinetist Giuffre with Paul Bley on piano and Steve Swallow on double bass, in a 2-CD reissue of their only known well-recorded concerts, alongside two tracks from their "Fusion" album not included in the ECM reissue.


Bley / Koglmann / Peacock: Annette

Label: Hatology
Product Code: 13409
Catalog Code: Hatology674
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $18.95



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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, Paul : 12 (+6) In A Row

Label: Hatology
Product Code: 09548
Catalog Code: Hatology649
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $18.95



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Master improviser and pianist Paul Bley along, in duo and trio with reedist Hans Koch and flugelhornist Franz Koglmann.


Fujii, Satoko / Bley, Paul: Something About Water

Label: Libra
Product Code: 09301
Catalog Code: 202-002
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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8 remarkable and collaborative duets from pianists Satoko Fujii and free jazz legend Paul Bley, and 3 lovely solo pieces of extended technique and color.