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Kris T Reeder was born in 1984 and was brought up in a single-parent family in Banbury. His family claimed state benefits for most of his childhood. He has never met his father who is believed to be an African-American service personnel who served in the UK during the cold war. Kris T Reeder’s alleged father died in the 1990s after being shot dead outside his apartment in St Louis, Missouri, according to US archives. It is highly probable that Kris T Reeder’s paternal grandfather is Jeff Greyer, a drummer in the legendary ‘Prince Gabe and the Millionaires’ band.


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'So much free improv has become a closed stylistic paddock decades after its inception, this deliberate oddness is actually a good thing, and we encourage all readers with a taste for the leftfield to seek Reeder out.'

DAVID MURPHY - NIGHTSHIFT MAGAZINE - OCTOBER 2019

‘Coherence is the key. Not only Improvisation, but a free way of thinking. Good life, good free music for humanity!’ - Francesco Lenzi – La Quinta Stagione

‘Time to Fly Take 2 is an eclectic blend of electronic and acoustic sounds assembled by Kris Reeder who plays trombone alongside processed noise and field recordings as well as his own remixed music

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Album Time to Fly Take 2 by Kris T Reeder

Time to Fly Take 2

ELR XL Records
2018

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