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File under: Free Improvisation

Jamie Coleman, Grundik Kasyansky, Seymour Wright

Control And Its Opposites

Label: Another Timbre

Format: CDr

Genre: Experimental

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“Eighty minutes of trumpet/electronics and alto sax. Here, the length works in its favor. An advantage, oddly, to listening at home (and reading the back of the sleeve): You know it's 80 minutes long so you "read" it as such, as it's happening, sitting back a bit, seeking a wider focus. Wright gets nicely strident here and there, Coleman generally staying with breath tones early on, getting more vociferous later, Kasyansky hither and yon, doing a fine job integrating and coloring. There's a break almost an hour in and one wouldn't have been surprised or disappointed had it ended there, but happily it does not, the ensuing 20 or so minutes taking on a kind of AMMish quality (replete with brief Sheryl Crow and "Blue Moon" captures), all subdued tension. Rather rare, that, after a relatively lengthy set. Good job.” -  Brian Olewnick, Just Outside

File under: Free Improvisation
Cat. number: at-b04
Year: 2009
Recorded on April 19th 2009 at the Church of St. James the Great, Friern Barnet, London.