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Evan Parker // Monoceros LP

Evan Parker // Monoceros LP

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 This is a record reissue of the 1978 release of British saxophonist Evan Parker.

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12 "black vinyl. 

Recorded April 30, 1978 at Wyastone Leys, Monmouth.

This edition cut by Noel Summerville using high resolution recordings prepared by Colin Young taken from the original metal master.
Originally released by Incus Records 1978

Reviews:

'Parker uses rapid tonguing techniques and circular breathing to create a sound all his own, marked by the simultaneous intonation of multiple notes. One hears a note as well as all the residual tones around it; each breath ends up sounding like a battle between the At various times, Parker's saxophone sounds like dolphin speech, electronic tape squeals, or human murmurs; '
--AllMusic

'Eight years after Topography Of The Lungs, and two years after his Saxophone Solos, Monoceros was the most muscular statement of Evan Parker's solo saxophone muse. Superbly recorded, it seemed to place the listener within the chaotic air flows of the saxophone's own tubing. Philip Clark said:'Parker's dialogue with the saxophone throws up so much that is unexpected, and indeed unknowable, that the problem he faces is how to keep pace with his own invention''
--The Wire, Best Albums Of The Year

Artist: Evan Parker

Label: Treader

 This is a record reissue of the 1978 release of British saxophonist Evan Parker.

------------------------------------------

12 "black vinyl. 

Recorded April 30, 1978 at Wyastone Leys, Monmouth.

This edition cut by Noel Summerville using high resolution recordings prepared by Colin Young taken from the original metal master.
Originally released by Incus Records 1978

Reviews:

'Parker uses rapid tonguing techniques and circular breathing to create a sound all his own, marked by the simultaneous intonation of multiple notes. One hears a note as well as all the residual tones around it; each breath ends up sounding like a battle between the At various times, Parker's saxophone sounds like dolphin speech, electronic tape squeals, or human murmurs; '
--AllMusic

'Eight years after Topography Of The Lungs, and two years after his Saxophone Solos, Monoceros was the most muscular statement of Evan Parker's solo saxophone muse. Superbly recorded, it seemed to place the listener within the chaotic air flows of the saxophone's own tubing. Philip Clark said:'Parker's dialogue with the saxophone throws up so much that is unexpected, and indeed unknowable, that the problem he faces is how to keep pace with his own invention''
--The Wire, Best Albums Of The Year

Artist: Evan Parker

Label: Treader