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Watts / Weston / Sanders / Edwards: Hear Now: A Film by Mark French [DVD] [Used Item]

Label: FMR
Product Code: 24590
Catalog Code: 5-1013
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $8.95



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Mark French filmed two concerts in Lewes and at the Hasting Jazz Club of the quartet of saxophonist Trevor Watts, pianist Veryan Weston, drummer Mark Sanders, and bassist John Edwards, plust Trevor Watts' Moire Music Drum Orchestra.


Tippett's, Keith Ark: Frames (Music For An Imaginary Film) [2 CDs]

Label: Ogun
Product Code: 24202
Catalog Code: OGCD 010/011
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $18.95



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"Several years after his great success with the huge ensemble Centipede and its Septober Energy release, pianist Keith Tippett returned to the large-group format with his newly formed Ark. This band, a mere 22 strong, was less rock-infl...


Watts, Trevor / Stephen Grew Duo: All There Is

Label: Discus
Product Code: 23933
Catalog Code: 61CD
Country: UK
 
Price: $14.95



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A strong and enthralling set of dialogs captured live from the working duo of pianist Stephen Grew and saxophonist Trevor Watts on alto & soprano, intricate exchanges of great energy but also great compassion and introspection, a well-rounded set of adventurous exchanges that highlight the incredible skills of both players.


Spontaneous Music Orchestra: Search & Reflect (1973-81) [2 CDs]

Label: Emanem
Product Code: 22654
Catalog Code: 5209
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $22.95



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An amazing collection of concepts described in John Steven's manual "Search and Reflect" and recorded in workshops and concerts primarily in the 70s, with participants including Trevor Watts, Evan Parker, Paul Rutherfod, Ian Brighton, Nigel Coombes, John Russell, Lindsay Cooper, &c.


Watts, Trevor / Stephen Grew: Con Fluent

Label: FMR
Product Code: 22207
Catalog Code: FMRCD414-0216
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Saxophonist Trevor Watts and pianist Stephen Grew improvised these pieces at a distance, Grew sending recordings of two separate solo concerts from Newcastle, which Watts improvised over resulting in these intricate and exuberant "Improvised Compositions".


Miller, Harry: Different Times, Different Places Volume Two

Label: Ogun
Product Code: 22133
Catalog Code: OGCD 045
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $15.95



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Compiling un-released material from late British bassist Harry Miller's recordings from 1977, 78 & 82, in bands with drummer Louis Moholo, guitarist Bernie Holland, pianist Keith Tippett, saxophonists Trevor Watts & Alan Wakeman, trombonist Alan Tomlinson, and trumpeter Dave Holdsworth; effusive joyful lyrical jazz infused with African rhythms.


Weston, Veryan / Trevor Watts: Dialogues with Ornette!

Label: FMR
Product Code: 21535
Catalog Code: FMRCD404
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Live recordings in 2015 from Bim Huis, and in Quintavant/Audio Rebel in Rio de Janeiro, the first a tribute to the late saxophonist Ornette Coleman in a 3 part suite of fast-paced and insightful improv; the 2nd "Quantum Illusion", an introspective and rich 2-part work.


Watts, Trevor: Veracity

Label: FMR
Product Code: 19742
Catalog Code: FMCCD377
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Pure Trevor Watts performing solo on the alto saxophone, showing his lyrical and technical skills in full force through 13 studio recordings, from succinct tracks of a minute in length to longer displays of powerful playing with great skill and ingenuity.


Bailey, Derek / Trevor Watts / John Stevens: Dynamics of the Impromptu

Label: FMR
Product Code: 18697
Catalog Code: 360-0913
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Live recordings from 1973-74 from the trio of drummer John Stevens, guitarist Derek Bailey, and saxophonist Trevor Watts, dynamic works performed "impromptu" with a wealth of ideas as these innovators demonstrate the skills that helped define them as masterful players.


Watts / Weston / Sanders / Edwards: Hear Now: A Film by Mark French [DVD]

Label: FMR
Product Code: 18469
Catalog Code: 5-1013
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Mark French filmed two concerts in Lewes and at the Hasting Jazz Club of the quartet of saxophonist Trevor Watts, pianist Veryan Weston, drummer Mark Sanders, and bassist John Edwards, plust Trevor Watts' Moire Music Drum Orchestra.


Spontaneous Music Orchestra: For You To Share

Label: Emanem
Product Code: 18402
Catalog Code: 4023
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $16.95



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Concert and studio recordings of peace music organised by John Stevens for himself and Trevor Watts with numerous workshop musicians and audience people on saxophones, percussion and voices mostly contributing a flexible drone.


Watts, Trevor & Veryan Weston: 5 More Dialogues

Label: Emanem
Product Code: 14944
Catalog Code: 5017
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $16.95



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London saxophonist Trevor Watts teams up with pianist Veryan Weston for "5 More Dialogs" of labyrinthine and exultant improvisation, as only two masters of the form can create!


Watts, Trevor Drum Orchestra: Burundi Monday

Label: FMR
Product Code: 11151
Catalog Code: FMR 198-0206
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Live recordings of the Trevor Watts Drum Orchestra from 1983, a turning point in his career towards evolving a complex, polyrhythmically-driven approach to improvised structures.


Watts, Trevor Moire Music: Moire Music

Label: FMR
Product Code: 11147
Catalog Code: FMR 250-0208
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Watt's supergroup with Lol Coxhill, Simon Picard, Veryaon Weston, &c., amazing rhythmic music recorded live in 1985 for the Arts Council, Contemporary Music Network Tour.