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[Ahmed] (w/ Pat Thomas / Seymour Wright / Antonin Gerbal / Joel Grip): Super Majnoon (East Meets West)[VINYL 2 LPs]

Label: Otoroku
Product Code: 28336
Catalog Code: ROKU 022LP
Country: UK
 
Price: $31.95



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Two recordings of the Ahmed quartet of Pat Thomas (piano), Antonin Gerbal (drums), Joel Grip (bass) and Seymour Wright (sax), performing at The Empty Gallery, in Hong Kong, China and at Cafe Oto, In London, for two concerts of gut-wrenching jazz as they take on the East/West music of late composer, bassist, oud player and former Randy Weston/Art Blakey sideman, Ahmed Abdul-Malik


Umlaut Big Band: Plays Don Redman: The King Of Bungle Bar

Label: Umlaut Records
Product Code: 27469
Catalog Code: UMFR-CD29
Country: France
 
Price: $14.95



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Don Redman was an American big band leader popular in the 1930's, responsible for work on animations, sound tracks, and recordings of pre-swing hot jazz arrangements of popular tunes; here the French Umlaut Big Band under the direction of Pierre-Antoine Badaroux pays homage to his music in rich orchestration showing the melodic, inventive, and complexities of Redman's music.


Denzler, Bertrand / Antonin Gerbal / Alex Dorner: Le Ring

Label: Confront
Product Code: 22545
Catalog Code: ccs 65
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $13.95



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Having performed in duos previously, this trio came together at Festival Noise No. 5, at Theatre Le Ring, in Toulouse, the sound of the group is a "malleable space in which the musicians generate small or bigger shapes, simple and complex sounds, irregular and mechanical rhythms."


Gerbal, Antonin : Sound Of Drums

Label: Umlaut Records
Product Code: 21958
Catalog Code: umfr-cd18
Country: Germany
 
Price: $14.95



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An absorbing album of solo drum work from French drummer/percussionist Antonin Gerbal, recording in the studio and demonstrating his profound sonic and technical approaches to the drums, isolated from projects like Peeping Tom, Bertrand Denzler/ONCEIM or Zoor.


Zoor: Volumes A + B

Label: Umlaut Records
Product Code: 20848
Catalog Code: umfr-cd08
Country: France
 
Price: $9.95



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The French trio of saxophonist Bertrand Denzler, guitarist Jean-Sebastien Mariage and drummer Antonin Gerbal in two extended works beginning and ending on a sustained plateau while maintaining a constant state of anticipatory suspense using no electronics, treatments or effects.


Denzler, Bertrand / Antonin Gerbal: Heretofore

Label: Umlaut Records
Product Code: 20846
Catalog Code: umfr-cd12
Country: France
 
Price: $13.95



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The duo of tenor saxophonist Bertrand Denzler and percussionist Antonin Gerbal, 2/3 of the Zoor trio, in an album of free improvisation contrasting simple and complex sounds, organic and mechanical rhythms while evoking asymmetric, geometric or enigmatic shapes.


Denzler, Bertrand / ONCEIM: Morph

Label: Confront
Product Code: 20598
Catalog Code: ccs 37
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $13.95



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Bertrand Denzler composed this pseudo-drone work performed by the ONCEIM Orchestra, allowing the orchestra members to make decisions in order to keep the drone alive while moving within a small, pre-established musical perimeter defined by the composer.


Peeping Tom (Dorner / Badaroux / Grip / Gerbal): Boperation

Label: Umlaut Records
Product Code: 17259
Catalog Code: umfr-02
Country: France
 
Price: $13.95



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The Boperation quartet of Axel Dorner (trumpet), Pierre-Anotoine Badaroux (sax), Joel Grip (bass), and Antonin Gerbal (drums) apply modern playing techniques to the original compositions of bepop artists including Herbie Nichols, Jackie McLean, Fats Navarro, &c.