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Evan Parker // Winns Win TAPE

Evan Parker // Winns Win TAPE

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British veteran saxophonist Evan Parker released a limited edition of 2021 cassettes in 100 from Cheltenham's jazz label Bryd Out.

Includes 9 improvisational songs.It is out of print.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Byrd Out releases available at Tobira. 

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Edition of 100.

Byrd Out:

"Free Jazz pioneer, Evan Parker returns to Walthamstow to record an album taking inspiration from the renowned designer and activist, William Morris at the home of the socialist campaigner, which now
houses the William Morris Gallery.
The original working title for the album was 'Barbarism Once More', taken from a longer quotation from Morris, which reflects the passion, spontaneity and iconoclastic nature of Evan's playing.
of the death of Evan's friend and leading light of the improvising scene, John Russell, who lived on Winns Avenue, adjacent to the Gallery, Evan decided to offer a tribute to John, calling the album 'Winns Win'.
Evan has spoken about entering "a utopian space" when he plays, to which a parallel can be drawn to Morris's novel 'News from Nowhere', and from there to Free Improvisation's early political leanings.
The album presents nine spontaneous compositions that are very dense, though very melodical at the same time, using pattern and repetition as Morris did in his designs. movement of the saxophone keys and the breathing close at hand, with the sax in the middle of the room and panning providing a three-dimensional experience.

The album will be released on 1 October to coincide with the 125th anniversary of Morris's Death (3 October).
'WW5' will be released as a trailing single on 8 September.

The original artwork is 'Design for Flowerpot embroidery' (designed c.1876) by William Morris, with additional design by Oliver Bancroft. The Gallery notes “Morris based the design on two Italian seventeenth-century lacis-work panels acquired by the South Kensington Museum in 1875. Lacis is a handmade net onto which a design is darned.” Thanks to William Morris Gallery and Waltham Forest Council for their support in producing the record.
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Artist: Evan Parker

Label : Byrd Out

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British veteran saxophonist Evan Parker released a limited edition of 2021 cassettes in 100 from Cheltenham's jazz label Bryd Out.

Includes 9 improvisational songs.It is out of print.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Byrd Out releases available at Tobira. 

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

Edition of 100.

Byrd Out:

"Free Jazz pioneer, Evan Parker returns to Walthamstow to record an album taking inspiration from the renowned designer and activist, William Morris at the home of the socialist campaigner, which now
houses the William Morris Gallery.
The original working title for the album was 'Barbarism Once More', taken from a longer quotation from Morris, which reflects the passion, spontaneity and iconoclastic nature of Evan's playing.
of the death of Evan's friend and leading light of the improvising scene, John Russell, who lived on Winns Avenue, adjacent to the Gallery, Evan decided to offer a tribute to John, calling the album 'Winns Win'.
Evan has spoken about entering "a utopian space" when he plays, to which a parallel can be drawn to Morris's novel 'News from Nowhere', and from there to Free Improvisation's early political leanings.
The album presents nine spontaneous compositions that are very dense, though very melodical at the same time, using pattern and repetition as Morris did in his designs. movement of the saxophone keys and the breathing close at hand, with the sax in the middle of the room and panning providing a three-dimensional experience.

The album will be released on 1 October to coincide with the 125th anniversary of Morris's Death (3 October).
'WW5' will be released as a trailing single on 8 September.

The original artwork is 'Design for Flowerpot embroidery' (designed c.1876) by William Morris, with additional design by Oliver Bancroft. The Gallery notes “Morris based the design on two Italian seventeenth-century lacis-work panels acquired by the South Kensington Museum in 1875. Lacis is a handmade net onto which a design is darned.” Thanks to William Morris Gallery and Waltham Forest Council for their support in producing the record.
 "

Artist: Evan Parker

Label : Byrd Out