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File under: Free Improvisation

The Milo Fine Free Jazz Ensemble, Steve Gnitka

Earlier Outbreaks of Iconoclasm

Label: Emanem

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

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Three early recordings by the long lasting duo of Milo Fine (clarinet, percussion and piano) and Steve Gnitka (electric guitar). The first two sessions, HAH! from 1976 and The Constant Extension of Inescapable Tradition from 1977, were issued on two hat Hut LPs (with two tracks missing). The third, When I was five years old, I predicted your whole life from 1978, was scheduled to appear on Horo, but that label went bust before it happened, so this material is now making a very belated first appearance. Even at this early stage, these two musicians show themselves to be excellent improvisers, with a few original compositions thrown into the varied mix. Reissue of hat Hut LPs E & H with much extra material. 154 minutes.

File under: Free Improvisation
Cat. number: 5206
Year: 2015
1-01 to 1-10 analogue recordings made in Minneapolis, MN (Anwatin Middle School). 1976 December 29. Originally issued in 1977 as Hat Hut E 1-11 to 2-04 analogue recordings made in Northfield, MN (Studio A, WCAL Radio, St Olaf College. 1977 August 20. Originally issued in 1978 as Hat Hut H (with the exception of 1-14 and 2-04) 2-5 to 2-16 analogue recordings made in Minneapolis, MN in concert at the Rainbow Gallery. 1978 April 21.