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Dunmall / Gibbs / Rogers / Sanders: Kithara

Label: FMR
Product Code: 14853
Catalog Code: FMR 312-0611
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Quartet recordings from the Victoria Room in Bristol, 2010, from the remarkable grouping of Paul Dunmall on tenor sax, Phil Gibbs on guitar, Paul Rogers on 7-string bass, and Mark Sanders on drums.


Rogers / Dunmall / Bianco: Dig Deep Trio

Label: FMR
Product Code: 14849
Catalog Code: FMR 314-0511
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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The British improvising trio of tenor saxophonist Paul Dunmall, 7-string bassist Paul Rogers and drummer Tony Bianco performing two long and serpentine improvisations at Delbury Hall, Shropshire in 2010.


Deep Joy Trio: Live in Austria

Label: FMR
Product Code: 14402
Catalog Code: FMR 298-1210
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Long time associates since their Mujician days, saxophonist Paul Dunmall, bassist Paul Rogers and drummer Tony Levin are recorded live in Austria for two extended and deeply joyful improvisations.


Dunmall / Gibbs / Metcalfe / Rogers: Sun Inside

Label: FMR
Product Code: 14353
Catalog Code: FMR 306-0311
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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The quartet of Paul Dunmall on soprano sax and bass clarinet; Philip Gibbs on guitar; Neil Metcalf on flute; and Paul Rogers on 7-string bass; a unique orchestration with impressive improvisational results.


Atmospheres Without Oxygen (Dunmall / Gibbs / Stevens / Taylor): 4 Live In Oxford

Label: FMR
Product Code: 14330
Catalog Code: FMR 295-0810
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Live recording from Oxford Improv Club in 2010 opposite Red Square with Paul Dunmall on saxophones, Phil Gibbs on electric guitar and electronics, Nik Stevens on double bass and Trevor Taylor electronic percussion.


Dunmall, Paul / Philip Gibbs / Miles Levin: Manu

Label: FMR
Product Code: 14131
Catalog Code: FMR 296-0810
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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Saxophonist Paul Dunmall steps out again with long standing compatriot guitarist Philip Gibbs and Miles Levin, the son of Mujician drummer Tony Levin, for two extended and awe-inspiring improvisations.


Dunmall / Sanders / Edwards: Mind Out

Label: FMR
Product Code: 13789
Catalog Code: FMR 248
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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The trio of saxophonist Paul Dunmall, drummer Mark Sanders, and guitarist Barry Edwards performing live at the University of West England in the fall of 2007.


Dunmall / Edwards / Gibbs / Sanders: Boundless

Label: FMR
Product Code: 13787
Catalog Code: FMR 278
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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An incredible display of virtuosity and free jazz melodicism led by saxophonist Paul Dunmall, with dual guitars from Barry Edwards and Philip Gibbs, and Mark Sanders' propulsive drumming.


Dunmall, Paul: Deep [DVD]

Label: FMR
Product Code: 11386
Catalog Code: FMRDVD03
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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PAL format DVD that documents the history of one of free improvisation's greatest saxophonists, Paul Dunmall, with music clips, interviews, &c.


Dunmall, Paul Sun Quartet: Ancient and Future Airs

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 11231
Catalog Code: CF138
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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Saxophonist & bagpipe player Dunmall's amazing Sun Quartet with Tony Malaby, Mark Helias and Kevin Norton performing live in NYC the day after Dunmall's Vision 2008 Fest show.


Taylor / Dunmall / Chang: Crossing

Label: FMR
Product Code: 11148
Catalog Code: 247-1107
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $14.95



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The title "Crossing" was penned by the group as a metaphor for the way in which their individual experience and musics meet and interact, fueled by a common love of improvisation.