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Parker / Guy / Lytton, Schlippenbach Trio - 2X3=5 album download

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Parker / Guy / Lytton, Schlippenbach Trio - 2X3=5 album download
Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
  • Performer:
    Parker / Guy / Lytton
  • Title:
    2X3=5
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  • Style:
    Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
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Продавец: Официальный магазин Parker. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Никольская, 25. ОГРН: 1117154033237

Evan Parker has separate dialogues and leadership across the 70 plus minutes of exploration. I find Schlippenbach and Guy’s contribution as the linchpin of the proceedings. Deep dark patterns, textures, tones and interplay pays off for the attentive listener. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Album · 1999 · 1 Song. More By Alexander von Schlippenbach. See All. So Long, Eric! Homage to Eric Dolphy. Gold Is Where You Find It (feat. Alexander von Schlippenbach, Evan Parker & Paul Lovens). Alexander Von Schlippenbach Plays Monk. Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra.

Parker, Guy, Lytton, Schlippenbach Trio – 2 X 3 5 is a avant-garde jazz music live album recording by EVAN PARKER released in 2001 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Bass, Music By – Barry Guy Drums, Music By – Paul Lovens, Paul Lytton Piano, Music By – Alexander Von Schlippenbach Saxophone, Music By – Evan Parker.

The title refers to the two trios of /Lovens and Parker/Guy/Lytton, each of which groupings has performed on innumerable occasions, and some of which are documented on some extraordinary albums. Here, the two trios are united for one long, live piece, and the results are as good as to be expected. Considering that the piece is nearly 80 minutes, it is remarkable that Parker and colleagues are able to continuously maintain the listener's interest

Listeners hoping for the kind of rush usually produced by the Parker/Guy/Lytton trio will have to wait for the set closers "To Avoid Monotony" and "Down With All Those Who Do Not Believe in Us," both typically raucous and frantic. Parker's music often stretches out across the dynamic spectrum, but this album goes further, stretching through a wider range of expression.

von Osterhausen, Hans-Jürgen (2001) "2x3 5," von Parker/Guy/Lytton und Schlippenbach Trio. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.

Guy's tendency is close to Parker's own, a linear continuum carried on at a pace that creates vertical integration. Schlippenbach creates a broken field of pointillist events, a harmonic shadow play that provides another organizational possibility.

2x3 5 connotes the merging of two trios: pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach, saxophonist Evan Parker, drummer Paul Lovens and Parker's longtime associates, bassist Barry Guy and drummer Paul Lytton. However the thrust behind this fascinating seventy-seven minute presentation, resides within the artists' abilities to regenerate a hodgepodge of sub-themes into a series of propulsive statements marked by their tireless inventions and boundless energy. No doubt, the musicians' stir our imaginations in convincing fashion, whereas the art of deft expressionism in concert with the celebration of the musical spirit strikes a glistening chord on this most important 2001 release. Vigorously recommended. Personnel: Evan Parker: saxophones; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lovens: drums; Paul Lytton: drums. tracklist: 01. 2x3 5 (77'07).

Tracklist

1 2X3=5 77:07

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Leo Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Leo Records
  • Recorded At – Jazz A Mulhouse
  • Published By – Alissa Publishing

Credits

  • Bass – Barry Guy
  • Design – Lora Denis
  • Drums – Paul Lovens, Paul Lytton
  • Liner Notes – Stuart Broomer
  • Music By – A. Schlippenbach*, B. Guy*, E. Parker*, P. Lovens*, P. Lytton*
  • Piano – Alex von Schlippenbach*
  • Producer – Leo Feigin
  • Recorded By, Edited By, Mastered By – Jean-Marc Foussat
  • Saxophone [Saxophones] – Evan Parker

Notes

Recorded live at Jazz a Mulhouse, August 26, 1999

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5024792030521
  • Label Code: LC 5417

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Members of this ensemble are an Avant virtuoso of their instruments. Lytton and Lovens are not really “drummers” or “percussionists”. Evan Parker has separate dialogues and leadership across the 70 plus minutes of exploration. I find Schlippenbach and Guy’s contribution as the linchpin of the proceedings. Deep dark patterns, textures, tones and interplay pays off for the attentive listener.