What Avant-garde music or Free Improvisation Are You Currently Listening To?

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Patricia Barber, "Cafe Blue'.

is ms barber avant-garde or free improv?   :evil:

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Punctual Trio

Lou Mallozzi: turntables, CDs, Microphones, Oscillator
Fred Lonberg-Holm: Cello
Carlos Zingaro: Violin



Recorded by Pete Wenger at Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago, 28 May 2003.

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ERR28: Ayumi Paul / Achim Mohné - Sketches for violin and vinyl




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Ooohh, terrific record, one of my favorites. (And how great is Hugh Ragin?)

This was on the stack from last night, on vinyl, original pressing.




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David Torn - “Sun of Goldfinger”

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David Torn - “Sun of Goldfinger”

how would you describe this album?

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CHRIS BURN piano (& percussion)
JOHN BUTCHER soprano & tenor saxophones
RHODRI DAVIES harp
JOHN EDWARDS double bass
(rec. in May and September of 2000)

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how would you describe this album?

If you like your Tim Berne with more lively electronics and a healthy dollop of noise, then you’ll like Son of Goldfinger, as well as Torn’s Prezen. But if you’re expecting this will sound like Torn’s work with Sonar, or his solo work like ‘Sky’ or ‘Mercury’ then you might be disappointed. Goldfinger is not Tim’s outing but his strong presence is certainly there. I wasn’t disappointed in any of the above.




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If you like your Tim Berne with more lively electronics and a healthy dollop of noise, then you’ll like Son of Goldfinger, as well as Torn’s Prezen. But if you’re expecting this will sound like Torn’s work with Sonar, or his solo work like ‘Sky’ or ‘Mercury’ then you might be disappointed. Goldfinger is not Tim’s outing but his strong presence is certainly there. I wasn’t disappointed in any of the above.

thanks for the good info.  i'm no longer into the element of noise for some reason.  cause im gettin older?  another good records of note with berne is:  michael formanak's small places (ecm) [also with taborn and cleaver].

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thanks for the good info.  i'm no longer into the element of noise for some reason.  cause im gettin older?  another good records of note with berne is:  michael formanak's small places (ecm) [also with taborn and cleaver].

Thanks. Know Formanak well, saw him in small club settings several times. Always a delight.

Now, for this:


Union

Paradoxical Frog (Artist), Tyshawn Sorey (Composer, Performer), Kris Davis (Composer, Performer), Ingrid Laubrock (Composer, Performer)

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I already have my reservation to see Guillermo Gregorio at the Guelph Jazz Festival in September.
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I already have my reservation to see Guillermo Gregorio at the Guelph Kazz Festival in September.

Much appreciated Lester.

Your post has introduced me to a fascinating musician who'd flown completely off my radar until now.
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Much appreciated Lester.

Your post has introduced me to a fascinating musician who'd flown completely off my radar until now.

You’ve sent me on an all-afternoon Guillermo Gregorio bender, Andolink. The Hatology cds are my favorite.







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You’ve sent me on an all-afternoon Guillermo Gregorio bender, Andolink. The Hatology cds are my favorite.

I put an order in for the New World recording entitled Coplanar with the MADI ensemble, et. al., based on some sound clip sampling.  The Hatology disc called Iconicity sounds intriguing too.

Wish I could attend the Guelph Festival :cry:.  It'd be a great way of getting out of the heat of Scottsdale.

Are you based in Canada? 
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Are you based in Canada?

No, not yet.  :wink: But I can see Canada from my house. Well, almost. I’m in Rochester.







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