World of Jazz 535

A dip in the Jazz Archive for a selection of tracks from Tim Berne’s Snakeoil, Magda Mayas John Butcher & Tony Buck, Alexander von Schlippenbach Paul Lovens Peter Kowald & Evan Parker, Eric Dolphy, Brad Mehldau Trio, Joe Harriott, Sun of Goldfinger, and , Dave Douglas Quintet.

Tim Berne’s Snakeoil “Rolo” from The Fantastic Mrs. 10

  • The Fantastic Mrs.10 is one of Snakeoil’s most mature and at the same time most edgy CDs. Guitarist Marc Ducret joins the core quartet of Tim Berne, Matt Mitchell, Oscar Noriega and Ches Smith. The band’s sound is also influenced by David Torn.

Magda Mayas, John Butcher, Tony Buck “Glints A” from Glints

  • Recorded November 30, 2019, Ausland, Berlin, Germany. John Butcher: tenor saxophone. soprano saxophone, Magda Mayas: piano, Tony Buck: drums

Alexander von Schlippenbach, Paul Lovens, Peter Kowald, Evan Parker “The Hidden Peak I-III” from The Hidden Peak

  • Recorded Live January 27- 28, 1977, Quartier Latin, Berlin, Germany

Eric Dolphy “Music Matador” from Musical Prophet—The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions

  • 2019 release -e the first official previously-unissued studio recordings of Eric Dolphy in over 30 years, including 85-minutes of never before released material.

Brad Mehldau Trio “Get Happy” from Anything Goes

  • 2004 release with Brad Mehldau – Piano, Larry Grenadier – Bass, Jorge Rossy – Drums

Joe Harriott “Chirracahaua” from The Joe Harriott Story

  • 2011 release covering the 13-year period, from the first Joe Harriott Quartet sessions of 1954 through to his Quintet album from 1967

David Torn, Tim Berne, Ches Smith “Eye Meddle” from Sun of Goldfinger

  • 2019 release on ECM

Dave Douglas Quintet “Bridge To Nowhere” from Time Travel

  • 2013 release with Dave Douglas – trumpet, Jon Irabagon – tenor saxophone, Matt Mitchell – piano, Linda Oh – bass, Rudy Royston – drums

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