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(Free Jazz) Elton Dean's Ninesense - Beckett, Miller, Moholo (Elton Dean, Alan Skidmore, Keith Tippett, Harry Beckett, Harry Miller, Louis Moholo, Mark Charig, Nick Evans, Malfatti) - Elton Dean's Ninesense Suite - 2011, FLAC (tracks+.cue),

(Free Jazz) Elton Dean's Ninesense - Beckett, Miller, Moholo (Elton Dean, Alan Skidmore, Keith Tippett, Harry Beckett, Harry Miller, Louis Moholo, Mark Charig, Nick Evans, Malfatti) - Elton Dean's Ninesense Suite - 2011, FLAC (tracks+.cue),
Треклист:
Elton Dean's Ninesense - Beckett, Miller, Moholo / Elton Dean's Ninesense Suite
Жанр: Free Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: Germany
Год издания диска: 2011
Издатель (лейбл): jazzwerkstatt
Номер по каталогу: jw107
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 1:18:33
Источник (релизер): CD
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
Треклист:
1. Ninesense Suite (41:23)
Elton Dean - saxello, alto saxophone
Alan Skidmore - tenor saxophone
Mark Charig - trumpet
Harry Beckett - trumpet
Nick Evans - trombone
Radu Malfatti - trombone
Keith Tippett - piano
Harry Miller - double bass
Louis Moholo - drums
2. Natal (37:10)
Harry Beckett - trumpet
Harry Miller - double bass
Louis Moholo - drums
 
Лог создания рипа
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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Доп. информация
Track 1 recorded June 20, 1981 at Jazzwerkstatt Peitz No.41
Track 2 recorded April 24, 1982 at Jazzwerkstatt Peitz No.45
 
Об альбоме (сборнике)
In 2009, a reissue of Ninesense's Happy Daze/Oh! For the Edge albums reminded longer-in-the-tooth jazz fans what a furnace this exciting band could stoke up, and maybe surprised some newcomers with the sharpness of the 1970s UK cutting-edge. These previously unreleased Berlin tapes from 1981/82 reveal Ninesense in its most unkempt and least thematic final phase on one long track, and the late trumpet star Harry Beckett with just the band's bassist Harry Miller and drummer Louis Moholo on the other. The bigger group thrashes for 41 minutes on a set that minimises saxophonist/leader Elton Dean's rousing themes in favour of one-touch-passing improv between smeary trombones, nimble trumpets and flowing piano lines, often corralled by hammer-blow horn-chord exclamations. Though there are passages of loosely strolling swing, and pianist Keith Tippett's quick-witted resourcefulness and drummer Moholo's furious cymbal beat are fitfully bewitching, it's the unique Beckett/Miller/Moholo trio set – with Miller's mix of dark arco and scurrying pizzicato figures, Moholo's racing free-rhythms and sinister tattoos, and Beckett's coolly-poised lyricism that furnishes the most mutually attentive, and coherently long-lined improvising in a mixed-bag collection.
~ john fordham at guardian.co.uk (june 2011)
This is a little bit of a strange album, with two bands performing with a year difference, and each playing one long improvisation of respectively fourty and thirty minutes. This first track was recorded exactly thirty years ago in Germany, and features a British-German band consisting of Elton Dean on sax and saxello, Alan Skidmore on tenor, Mark Charig and Harry Becket on trumpet, Nick evans and Radu Malfatti on trombone, Keith Tippett on piano, Harry Miller on bass and Louis Moholo on drums. It is a great, though not exceptional long group improvisation, that keeps a nice lightness despite the nine musicians, with all of them taking turns for the soloing and shifting between free bop and completely free playing: intense, quite lyrical and full of variation. The second track was recorded a year later and consists of a trio with Harry Beckett on trumpet, Harry Miller on bass and Louis Moholo on drums. Apart from their frequent collaboration with Elton Dean, this music has no relation to the nonet mentioned above. The difference is immediately obvious, with Miller's bowing and Moholo's drumming having a much clearer and crisper sound, not only better recorded but also with the rhythm section contributing more to the music itself. This performance is quite stellar and a magnificent tribute to a trumpeter who made his mark in British and European jazz in the last decades and who sadly passed away last year. He does not sustain his notes, which gives his playing a dry, non-resonating quality, yet his tone is also warm and clear, even playing is quite fast and uptempo. He does this with a kind of natural joy that is contagious, and keeps pushing the South-Africans Miller and Moholo further on, leaving them to a great duet in the middle part of the track, one bursting with energy and lightning speed interaction.
An easy album to recommend for free jazz fans, even if you get two different bands with totally different approaches.
~ stef gijssels at free jazz (july 2011)
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