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Alex Ward Trios & Sextet - Projected / Entities / Removal album mp3

Performer: Alex Ward Trios
Title: Projected / Entities / Removal
Released: 2015
Style: Free Improvisation, Contemporary Jazz
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 427
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Clarinet – Alex Ward (5)Drums – Steve NobleTenor Saxophone – Rachel Musson. Cello – Hannah MarshallClarinet, Bass Clarinet – Tom Jackson (9)Double Bass – Olie Brice. Entities Recorded at Stowaway Studios, London on January 11th, 2015. Removal Recorded live at the Vortex Jazz Club, London on March 5th, 2014.

The Alex Ward Sextet features the same musicians with the addition of Steve Noble on drums, and made their public debut at the Vortex Jazz Club in March 2014 performing a new set-length piece, "Removal". Trio and Quartet offshoots have also performed. Releases: Alex ward quintet: glass shelves and floor (2015). Alex ward trios & sextet: emoval (2015). Alex ward quartet: inductance (2017).

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3. Cello – Hannah MarshallClarinet, Bass Clarinet – Directed By – Alex Ward Double Bass. Tom Jackson Clarinet, Electric Guitar, – Olie BriceDrums – Steve NobleTenor. Saxophone – Rachel Musson.

The debut album Tatterdemalion finds the trio exploring multiple avenues for empathic interplay with an emphasis on texture and energy. Opening track, ‘May Be A Silken Thread’ begins with Sanders’ tentative skitter before a rumbling, cumulative groove emerges through Noble’s low-end bass keyboard lines, setting the scene for Musson to unleash precise yet braying multiphonics, like a calmly calculating Peter Brotzmann. On ‘Wheel’, Noble’s Moog-y squiggles and thick, ring-modulated stabs play chase-the-tail with Musson’s curling phrases while Sanders digs into raging pulse-time kit-work. emoval by Alex Ward Trios & Sextet. supported by 9 fans who also own TATTERDEMALION.

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Sextet, for clarinet, horn & string quartet. 1. First movement: Allegro non troppo.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Projected
Clarinet – Alex Ward Drums – Steve NobleTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Rachel Musson
11:52
2 Entities
Cello – Hannah MarshallClarinet, Bass Clarinet – Tom Jackson Double Bass – Olie Brice
18:42
3 Removal
Cello – Hannah MarshallClarinet, Bass Clarinet – Tom Jackson Clarinet, Electric Guitar, Directed By [Direction] – Alex Ward Double Bass – Olie BriceDrums – Steve NobleTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Rachel Musson
43:44

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Audio Underground
  • Recorded At – Stowaway Studios
  • Recorded At – The Vortex Jazz Club

Credits

  • Composed By [All Compositions By] – Alex Ward
  • Design [Cover Design], Layout – Alex Ward , Luke Barlow
  • Engineer [Engineered By], Mixed By, Mastered By – Alex Ward
  • Liner Notes [English] – Alex Ward

Notes

Projected
Recorded at Audio Underground Studios, London on February 20th, 2015.

Entities
Recorded at Stowaway Studios, London on January 11th, 2015.

Removal
Recorded live at the Vortex Jazz Club, London on March 5th, 2014.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 700461 483946
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