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BARK!: Fume of Sighs (psi)

The third CD by the trio of Rex Casswell (electric guitar), Phillip Marks (percussion) and Paul Obermayer (samples), creating beautiful jagged, sharp edged textures propelled by some of their tightest, strangest, most powerful rhythmic designs yet.
 

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Rex Casswell-electric guitar

Phillip Marks-percussion

Paul Obermayer-samples


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UPC: 5030243120420

Label: psi
Catalog ID: 12.04
Squidco Product Code: 17683

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2013
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover with booklet
Recorded at 15Hz, London, on October 16th and 17th, 2009.

Descriptions, Reviews, &c.

"BARK! again take their group virtuosity to new areas, creating beautiful jagged, sharp edged textures propelled by some of their tightest, strangest, most powerful rhythmic designs yet. London, 2009."-psi


Artist Biographies

"Phillip Marks has been an energetic and inspiring force in improvised music in Manchester for over two decades. As a drummer and percussionist, with his group BARK! he has developed a uniquely animated approach to the instrument and to collective group improvisation. He performs with pianist Stephen Grew in Grew Trio/Quartet, in a Quartet with Tony Bevan, Dominic Lash and Paul Obermayer (Recording "A Big Hand" released in 2010) and in the Alan Tomlinson Trio.

Has also played with Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, John Butcher, Phil Wachsman, Marcio Mattos, Pat Thomas, John Edwards among many others as well as performing as a solo percussionist."

-Sound Anantomy (http://soundanatomy.com/category/news/)
2/21/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Romeo 5:56

2. Zodiac 4:48

3. Trampoline 8:49

4. Fume Of Sighs 6:24

5. A Room Each 4:08

6. What Is It Else? 1:30

7. Crobes 3:56

8. Morse Eyes 2:55

9. The Theoretician 3:42

10. Vexed, A Sea 8:06

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