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It is an archive sound source of the legendary spiritual jazz writer Don Cherry.Below is a description of the label. "In 1968, Don Cherry had already established himself as one of the protagonists of the avant-garde. As a member of Ornette Coleman's classical quartet, he became a pioneer of free jazz and has been attracting attention in collaboration with John Coltrane. Don Cherry moved to Sweden with his partner Moki and his daughter Nene. He gathered Swedish musicians and held a weekly workshop at the Workers' Educational Association (ABF) from February to April 1968. We gave lessons on the extension of improvisational performances such as breathing, drones, Turkish rhythms, harmonics, silence, natural voices, Indian tones, etc. That summer, later with Don's masterpiece "Organic Music Society". Yoran Freeze, a sax player and recording engineer who recorded "Eternal Now," invited Don, members of his two working bands, and a Turkish drummer to his villa in Kummernas, a suburb of Stockholm. We had a rehearsal and a jam session to practice the workshop of the previous month.Treated as a mysterious footnote in Don's session recordings for a long time, the tape for this session and a professionally mixed tape for release were recently found in the Swedish Jazz Archive vault and lost. The "Summer House Sessions" that had been used have finally become available more than 2 years after recording. On July 4, Bernt Rosengren (tenor sax, flute, clarinet), Tommy Koverfurt (tenor sax, flute), and Reif Wennerström (tenor sax, flute) gathered at Fries's villa from Don's Swedish group. Drums), Tallbjorn Flutekrantz (bass) and others participated.Reif Wennerström (drums), Thorbjorn Flutekranz (bass), Jack Trot (drums), Kent Carter (bass) from Don's Swedish group, Burent Atesh (hand drums, drums) from Turkey. , And Don himself (pocket trumpet, flute, percussion).Having no common language, they used music as a common means of communication.This is an enthusiastic, free-spirited session that anticipates becoming a clearer pan-national expression four months before Don announces "Eternal Rhythm."Composed of American, French, Swedish and Turkish musicians, the octet was the perfect way to pursue "collage music" initiated by Don.This concept is also inspired by Don's listening to sounds from around the world on shortwave radio.Collage music is a shortwave radio that listens to sounds from around the world, omits solos and song introductions, and transforms a wealth of melodies, sounds, and rhythms into poetic suites with a variety of atmospheres and variations. That is.The ensemble of summerhouse sessions is a fun superposition of various cultural idioms, crossing the aerial mountains and calm valleys of Cherry's ground-based vision.Click here to see ...
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It is an archive sound source of the legendary spiritual jazz writer Don Cherry.Below is a description of the label. "In the late 1960s, American trumpet player and free jazz pioneer Don Cherry (1936-1995) and Swedish visual artist and designer Moki Cherry (1943-2009) were for creative music. Imagine another space and start collaborating. By 1972, they had the concept of integrating Don's music, Moki's art, and family life in the Swedish country town of Trumpet into one integrated entity. I named it "Organic Music Theater".Recorded here is the premiere of the historic Organic Music Theater at the Festival of Jazz in Chateau Vallon, Southern France in 1972, recorded live on public television. It is a mastering of the tape that was made.A community where Don Cherry abandoned his jazz musician identity and later came to fruition in the "Organic Music Society," "Relativity Suite," "Brown Rice," and the soundtrack to Alejandro Jodorowski's "The Holy Mountain." It is a performance that heralds the beginning of a "mysterious" period.Don Cherry's New Research musicians are from Brazil, Sweden, France and the United States and have gathered in Chateau Vallon from all over Europe. Don and Moki Cherry, Christer Bothén, Gérard "Doudou" ...
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Masayuki Takayanagi The second archive reissue. Takayanagi jumped over the frame of "real jazz" in a two-disc set that recorded the concert recording of the New Direction Unit held at Yasuda Seimei Hall in Shinjuku, Tokyo on September 2, 1975. It is a content that seems to be deeply pursuing what has come to be called "music".Click here to see more Blank Forms Editions releases available at Tobira ....
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A limited edition of 270 copies released by NY experimental label Blank Forms Editions by NY-based sound artist Graham Lambkin and free jazz mogul Joe McPhee. Contains 5 2-minute impromptu songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Blank Forms Editions releases available at ...
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The third in the archive series of the legendary Swedish composer Catherine Christer Hennix, who also has the face of a philosopher and mathematician. In February 1974, she played a song by Stockhausen, and she is in charge of reading, percussion, and electronics, and HANS ISGREN is in charge of the gong.Stephan Mathieu is in charge of mastering.Click here to see more Blank Forms Editions releases available ...
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The debut work of Australian cellist Judith Hamann.As the title suggests, it expresses the intuitive feeling when confronting the cello with humming, and includes eight songs in which her faint voice is fused with the cello. DL code included.Click here to see more Blank Forms Editions releases available at Tobira. ------------------------...
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The debut work of Australian cellist Judith Hamann.As the title suggests, this is a musical expression of the speed of the tremor of one's left hand and the resulting resonance frequency with the cello.Contains all 4 micro-macro songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Blank Forms Editions releases available at Tobira. ------------------------ "For ...
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The first release of the duo by Don Cherry's grandson Naima Karlsson and Japanese jazz player Kenichi Iwasa.Karlsson, who likes analog and digital, acoustic and electric, and natural and non-natural contrasts, has synthesizers in addition to pianos, celestas, and bells, and Iwasa has contrabass recorders, drums, and time-honored 90's Yamaha keyboards and guitarlets. It incorporates the double bass and Don Cherry's original instrument "Don's Yakan" (because it produces a loud treble).Includes 3 works that are too avant to be called jazz. DL code included. Customer's Copy by Exotic Sin Customer's Copy is the debut ...
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