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XOL plays X​.​EN

XOL plays X​.​EN by Guy Bettini
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Guy Bettini

Label: Chant Records
Released: 2018
Duration: 48:26
Views: 521

Track Listing

1. still water has no mind 04:41 2. to receive the image 06:29 3. of the migrating geese 07:04 4. the whole moon 15:46 5. and the entire sky 05:37 6. are reflected in one 02:49 7. dewdrop on the grass 05:41


Personnel

Guy Bettini
cornet

Additional Personnel / Information

Guy Bettini: cornet, trumpet, fluegelhorn Harri Sjöström: soprano sax Luca Pissavini: double bass Francesco Miccolis: drums, percussions Recording, mix and master by Eliyah Reichen - Beyond Groove Studio – Switzerland photo and graphic by guy bettini Playing Band Photo by [email protected] produced by guy bettini CircoRu, www.circoru.org Label: chantrecords.com New York City

Album Description

XOL is a quartet of veteran improvisers on the vibrant European free music scene, with Guy Bettini on cornet, trumpet and fluegelhorn, Harri Sjöström on soprano sax, Luca Pissavini on bass and Francesco Miccolis on drums and percussion. Going beyond traditional structures and tonalities and composing collectively in the moment, they take the listener on a sonic journey to the outer reaches of the universe. XOL has toured extensively with the legendary Peter Brötzmann, and members have worked with other luminaries including Derek Bailey, Cecil Taylor, Gerry Hemingway and Tiger Okoshi.


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