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Turbulence Doom Choir: Energy Cascades

Label: Evil Clown
Product Code: 24782
Catalog Code: 9151
Country: USA
 
Price: $9.95



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One of the Boston area's incredible, eclectic collective organizations from David PEK's Evil Clown is Turbulence Doom Choir, a quintet with three brass players, drums, reeds, and a variety of percussive, wind instruments, game calls, &c., presenting large scale improvisations of uniquely evolving approaches, instrumentation, and heavy rhythms, a powerful brew.


Leap of Faith: Unbounded Sets

Label: Evil Clown
Product Code: 24781
Catalog Code: 9140
Country: USA
 
Price: $9.95



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Two live recordings of the Boston area Leap of Faith quintet of David Peck (reeds and winds, percussion), Glynis Lomon (cello, percussion), Dan O'Brien (winds, percussion), Zach Bartolomei (sax, percussion), and Yuri Zbitnoff (drums and percussion), captured in Somerville in 2016 and New York City in 2017, for detailed, assertive, unique approaches to improv.


Metal Chaos Ensemble: Intermetallic Compounds

Label: Evil Clown
Product Code: 24779
Catalog Code: 9091
Country: USA
 
Price: $9.95



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A massive and metallic improvisation from the Boston area trio of David Peck, Andria Nicodemou, and Yuri Zbitnoff, using metal, drums, bells, aquasonic, daxophone, guzheng, vibes, bells, sax, clarinet and reeds in an intense journey that absorbs the listener and then draws them into a turbulent world of active sound, receding again at journey's end; amazing.


Leap of Faith Orchestra: Supernovae

Label: Evil Clown
Product Code: 24777
Catalog Code: 9125
Country: USA
 
Price: $9.95



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Boston area composer and multi-instrumentalist David Peck developed a unique approach to scoring for this large and idiosyncratic ensemble, referred to as Frame Notation, giving descriptions of sonority, time scale, events, playing occurrences, &c, leaving a great deal of freedom for these extraordinary musicians, as borne out in their incredible and extended performance.