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Dream Feathers

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Herve Perez

Label: Discus Music
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

1. Rothko Veil / Dream Feathers 11:20 2. Mazeep 04:35 3. African Violets 06:22 4. Uccello / 1934 11:28 5. Marcel 03:49 6. Harmonix 06:57 7. Nico 02:58 8. Scratch Line 04:52 9. Almazon / 1934 reprise 11:15

Personnel

Herve Perez
Herve Perez

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Ron Caines – soprano, alto & tenor saxophones Martin Archer – bass clarinet, organ, electronics, horn section Laura Cole – acoustic and electric pianos, harmonium Hervé Perez – field recordings, electronics, sound design/processing Anton Hunter – guitar and electronics Gus Garside – double bass Johnny Hunter – drums

Album Description

In this continuing series of releases with Ron, we seem to have arrived at an interesting place where an ostensibly straight jazz group playing melodic material is somehow unexpectedly pulled sideways into a strange alternative electroacoustic universe. We like this little clearing in the forest which we've found for Ron's music - and in many ways it continues the pioneering work of his early music with East Of Eden, all be it with technology which was not available to those musicians in those days.


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