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Dunmall, Paul Sun Ship Quartet (Skidmore / Kjaer / Solberg / Wastell): John Coltrane 50Th Memorial Concert At Cafe Oto [2 CDs]

Label: Confront
Product Code: 26454
Catalog Code: Core 07
Country: UK
 
Price: $17.95



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A stellar line-up commemorateing the 50th anniversary of John Coltrane's passing, showcasing Paul Dunmall's blistering Coltrane-influenced quartet together with special guest, lifelong Coltrane devotee saxophonist Alan Skidmore, and also marking the premiere performance of the newly formed international trio of Julie Kjaer (DK), Mark Wastell (GB) and Stale Liavik Solberg (NOR).


Seen, The: Archive : Volumes Vi - X : 2014 To 2016

Label: Confront
Product Code: 25644
Catalog Code: ccs 87
Country: UK
 
Price: $59.95



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Five concerts of exceptional free improvisation, recorded in London, the last at Cafe OTO, across 5 CDs of collective ensembles known as "The Seen", presenting of some of the UK & Europe's finest improvisers, including Mark Wastell, John Butcher, David Toop, Dominic Lash, Phil Durrant, Angharad Davies, Jason Kahn, Bertrand Denzler, Yoni Silver, Chris Burn, &c.


Cardew, Cornelius / London Experimental Ensemble: Treatise

Label: Split Rock Records
Product Code: 25593
Catalog Code: SR18001
Country: USA
 
Price: $11.95



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The full two-hour performance of Cornelius Cardew's entire 193-page legendary Treatise graphic score, performed at Iklectik in London, England on January 28, 2017 in an 11-member ensemble of some of London's most interesting improvisers including participants in Scratch Orchestra, in a double CD release with liner notes by AMM founder Eddie Prevost.


Edwards, John / Olie Brice: At Iklectik

Label: Confront
Product Code: 25170
Catalog Code: ccs 82
Country: UK
 
Price: $12.95



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Double double bass from the duo of John Edwards and Olie Brice performing live at Iklectik Arts Lab, in London in 2017, a return of sorts as Brice's first live improv gig was opening for the Sunny Murray Trio with Edwards and Bevan; here the two combine, in contrast and confluence as they demonstrate massive technique and concentrative conversation.


Urpeth, Peter / Olie Brice / Terry Day / Ntshuks Bonga): Wraith Island (Live At Cafe Oto)

Label: FMR
Product Code: 25054
Catalog Code: FMRCD439-0217
Country: UK
 
Price: $14.95



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Actually four quartet improvisations and two duets, London creative improvisers Peter Urpeth on piano, Olie Brice on bass, Terry Day on drums and Ntshuks Bonga on saxophone took to Cafe Oto in January, 2017, to record this excellent album of collective free improvisation drawing on decades of experience in an absorbing and engaging concert.


Wastell, Mark : Quartet

Label: Confront
Product Code: 21300
Catalog Code: ccs 50
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $13.95



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As close to straight-ahead improvisation as you'll hear from audio explorer Mark Wastell, in an authoritative quartet of free improvisers, with both Olie Brice and Dominic Lash on double bass, Alan Wilkinson on alto sax, and Wastell himself on violoncello.


Riverloam Trio: Inem Gortn

Label: FMR
Product Code: 19032
Catalog Code: FMRCD374
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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An international trio bringing together Polish saxophonist Mikolaj Trzaska with Brits Olie Brice on bass and Mark Sanders on drums, passionate free improvisation in an Ayler/Brotzmann vein, in 8 absorbing and concise pieces recorded in the studio.


Malcolm, Nick Quartet: Glimmers

Label: FMR
Product Code: 16408
Catalog Code: FMR 334-0412
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Trumpeter Nik Malcom leads his quartet with pianist Alexander Hawkins, bassist Olie Brice and drummer Mark Whitlam on a series of compositions that provide frameworks for excellent free playing.