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Peter Brötzmann Group - Alarm (1983)

Peter Brötzmann: baritone sax, bass sax, tenor sax, clarinet
Willem Breuker: alto sax, clarinet
Frank Wright: tenor sax, bass clarinet
Toshinori Kondo: trumpet
Alan Tomlinson: trombone… 21 more words

Free Jazz

The Quest for Fire Music: Documenting the Free Jazz Revolution

Tom Surgal is one busy dude. The percussionist colossus for space-jazz ensemble White Out—a free-improv outfit featuring his wife (analog synth player Lin Culbertson), and a rotating cast that counts Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Wilco’s Nels Cline—just finished a new record with Minutemen/Stooges bassist Mike Watt, will soon release… 929 more words

Last Exit - Bochum 1988

Bochum, Zeche 19 February 1988
Setlist ~ see below (still needs help)

Geek Specs ~ Unknown Sony camera and microphone > Sony P5-90MP & Raks P5-30MP > Sony EV-C2000E PAL > Monster MC 200SV-2M High Performance S-Video Cable > Canopus ADVC110 > Firewire > Quicktime Pro7 (Native Device Import Mode) > Final Cut Pro X > Compressor > H.264, 720×576, 24fps, 8000kbps, AAC, 44kHz, 320kbps… 45 more words

Monokell Master Series

Brent's 2014

Top 10 2014

1) Architeuthis Walks on LandThe Surveyors

– The “Asseyers” track is the most beautiful event I have ever heard live. 500 more words


All About Jazz review by Mark Corroto

Peter Brotzmann/John Edwards/Steve Noble – Soulfood Available (CF 316)
Listeners often ask where to begin listening to the music of Peter Brötzmann. Recording for nearly 50 years (yes, five-0), he has amassed a discography that totals nearly 300 recordings. 320 more words