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Guerineau, Sylvain / Fred Marty: Parodies (Creative Sources)

A statesman of the French free improvisation scene, Sylvain Guerineau, who has performed with Sunny Murray, Joëlle Léandre and more recently as part of a trio with Didier Lasserre and Paul Rogers, joins with next-generation double bassist Fred Marty integrating advanced techniques into lyrical contexts, for five satisfying improvisations, the last a reference to Sonny Rollins.
 

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Sylvain Guerineau-tenor saxophone, bass clarinet

Fred Marty-double bass


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UPC: 5609063407587

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs758
Squidco Product Code: 32624

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2022
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded in Montbarrois, France, in December 21st, 2021, by Fred Marty.

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A statesman of the French free improvisation scene, Sylvain Guerineau, who has performed with Sunny Murray, Joëlle Léandre and more recently as part of a trio with Didier Lasserre and Paul Rogers, joins with next-generation double bassist Fred Marty integrating advanced techniques into lyrical contexts, for five satisfying improvisations, the last a reference to Sonny Rollins.


Artist Biographies

"Born on February 19, 1946 in Vendôme. A musical and pictorial journey over more than 40 years.

Paris after 68, from the street to the factories, with François Tusques and the whole French and American free scene: Avenel, Jenny-Clark, Delcloo, and so many others... Painting is an associated activity But from the 1970s "painting ignores me. "

A certain passage of Eric Dolphy - some remember it - in a certain Chapel of the street of the Lombards, in the company of Jacques Réda and Francis Marmande. And then Desmond, Ornette lived live - La Mutualité, November 1965, the controversy existed: idem Coltrane & Ayler.

We could hear him in duet, trio and quartet with Sunny Murray, Bernard Lubat and Francis Marmande, or in quartet with Jacques and Nicolas Mahieux as well as Olivier Benoit. One can also hear it on disc with Francis Marmande and Sunny Murray in the workshop of Alain Kirili, with Joëlle Léandre in "The cantata of the cauldrons", Editions Fourbis. Read also, at the same publisher, La Housse Partie by Francis Marmande.

At the beginning of the 90s the painting finds him again.

He frequents different scenes: Banlieues Bleues, Uzeste, Museum of Grenoble in duo with Murray around the sculptures of Kirili, etc. From January 2002, he played in the trio of Didier Lasserre, with Paul Rogers. It is this close collaboration that allows him to frequent, in trio or duet with Didier Lasserre, the "festival" Archimedes-Zoom in Bordeaux which gives them their first chance, then Favorite Things Jazz Association in Tarbes, Espace Puzzle in Caen, The CAPC Museum of Contemporary Art in the framework of Nov'Art / Bordeaux Jazz festival, the Château Croix-Beauséjour in Montagne St Émilion, Souffle de Rhythme in Toulon, the Fabrica'son in Malakoff...

He plays again with Sunny Murray with Henry Grimes in Henry Grimes & Friends at Atelier-Tampon in Paris in February 2005; In duet with Didier Lasserre at the AJMI of Avignon in April 2005.

Recently a new trio [Ter] was released at the beginning of 2006 at Marge with Didier Lasserre on drums & Benjamin Duboc on double bass and then a self-produced LP: "L'ombre plus grande " in 2008. Trio becomes quartet with Jobic Le Masson on piano or Arnaud Sacase on alto saxophone.

On the recording of the disc [Ter] he meets Jean-Marc Foussat who drags him " unwittingly of his own free will" into the previously unknown tracks of music Electronic devices. Aliquid was born in 2005 (with a record released on Leo Records in 2010) and then Quod - an increased Aliquid...

Recordings & solo tour in churches and abbeys: a solo disc "Dies Irae" was released at the end of 2006 at Amor Fati.

On 23 October 2008 at the Apsara bookshop, during his last concert at the viola Sylvain meets Thierry Carreras the drummer of the XoNdZf. The two men share the same ideas about music and especially about "free improvisation". They meet quickly with Dominique DuboisTaine the pianist to form the trio bBrrAx and begin to work regularly and perform in the Paris region.

In 2009, bBrrAx released the disc: " Freeture ", rather oriented free as the name suggests, at Believe. It's only online and it's downloadable everywhere (iTune, Fnac, Amazon, etc...)

In 2010, she played quartet in the church of Saint Eustache in Paris with Itaru Oki, trumpet, Joel Grip, double bass and Makoto Sato, drums. A recording of this quartet is available in CDR.

In 2011 recorded a duet with Benjamin Duboc for his three-disc set at Ayler Records.

The trio with Didier Lasserre, drums and Jean Rougier, double bass recorded "Ligne" at improvising-beings in 2012.

Participates with Aliquid at the Cairo Contemporary Music Days 2012 in Cairo.

Finds François Tusques, accompanied by Alexandra Grimal, saxophones.

Played in quartet with Thomas Dubois, trumpet, Yoram Rosilio, double bass and Makoto Sato, drums.

In 2013 plays in trio with Andras Vigh, hurdy-gurdy and Gaël Ascal, double bass.

In trio also with Jacques Pochat, saxophone and Jean Bordé, double bass.

The vinyl LP of Aliquid "Kriegspiel", is released at Nashazphone."

-Sylvain Guerineau Website (translated by Google) (http://sylvainguerineau.free.fr/)
2/16/2024

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"Fred Marty was born in Blaye (Gironde) in 1970. After studying classical bass studies, he devoted his work to improvisation and experimentation of various game modes on bass. He strives to develop a personal language, inspired by everyday sounds, making some forget the bass itself (distorted sounds, harmonics "gaps" in incomplete or misleading spectrum percussion sounds without specific height, sounds The rubbing of the fingers or the hand on the body of the double bass). He also modifies the timbre by inserting between ropes of wooden or metal rods. Each part of the body of the double bass becomes an instrument of its own.

Thus, co-creation he also collaborated in multidisciplinary projects combining dance, music, and video playback, including Anne Ropers collective recidiva in UNICA, a project calling itself "night moves" around the collection of poems of the same Title of Henri Michaux, or with Bérengère Altieri-Leca in the duo OKAMI.

Fred Marty has played with Yuko Oshima, Ai Watanabe, Birgitte Lyregaard, Yoko Arai, Frederic Blondy, Edward Perraud, Itaru Oki, Claude Speaks, Xavier Lopez, Michel Doneda Sebastien Bouhana, Marcos Fernandes, Usui Yasuhiro, Alvise Sinivia Michael Nick, Daunik Lazro, Isabelle Duthoit, Benoit Cancoin, Matsumoto Kenichi, Jean Marc Foussat, Yoko Arai, Eric Dambrin John Cuny, Jean Brice Godet, Alexandre Bellenger, Nush Werchowska Mathieu Garrouste Pascal Marzan, Cyprien Busolini, Nicolas Souchal, Deborah Walker, Patricia Bosshard, Jean-Marc Foussat, Yoko Miura, Francesco Pastacaldi Richard Comte, Hideo Ikegami, Ugo Boscain and works with dancers of butoh Gyouhei Zaitsu, Maki Watanabe and dancer Bérengère Altieri-Leca.

Since 2012 he is a member of ONCEIM, an orchestra conducted by Frédéric Blondy."

-Fred Marty Website translated by Google (https://fredmartyDoublebass.wordpress.com/a-propos/)
2/16/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Chaud Temps 9:39

2. Le Choix De L'anche 7:22

3. Aie L'air D'Albert 11:53

4. L'Ame A Cordes 9:16

5. Rollins Stone 16:58

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