Derek Bailey : Electric Guitar
Tony Bevan : Bass Saxophones
Orphy Robinson : Steel Drum, Marimbula, Percussion, Electronics, Trumpet
John Edwards : Double Bass
Ashley Wales : Soundscapes & Electronics
Mark Sanders : Drums & Percussion
Recorded live at the 291 Gallery, Hackney Road, London E2, on Tuesday August 7th 2004.
"Gig of the year – Derek Bailey’s return in triumph from Barcelona to East London." – Phillip Clark, Jazz Review
released January 4, 2006
Recorded live at the 291 Gallery, Hackney Road, London E2 England by Ashley Wales. Post-production and Mastering: Asa Bennett at sonic studios.
All Compositions by: Bailey (compatible recording & publishing ltd), Bevan (PRS), Robinson (PRS), Edwards (PRS), Wales (Chrysalis Music) and Sanders (PRS). Design by Paul Dunn @ diablo based on original artwork by Ashley Wales. Thanks to Karen, George and Sultana.Â Dedicated to the memory of my dear friend Derek. “Search, locate and destroy” was Derek’s motto. Tony Bevan. C & P Foghorn Records (uk) 2006.
supported by 10 fans who also own “Bruise with Derek Bailey”
I've recommended this album as an ideal introduction to Derek Bailey's singular art for more than 20 years…what a pleasure it is to find it on Bandcamp, where I'm glad for the opportunity to purchase and recommend it anew. Tracks 1-3 find Bailey in characteristically flinty, mercurial form; in tracks 4, 6 & 7 you imagine him luxuriating in his instrument's warm, rich sound, and "Interlude" is one of his priceless accompanied chats. Consistently brilliant, with surprises throughout. Steve Smith
Two fifths of the acclaimed group Irreversible Entanglements create a revolutionary LP celebrating Latin and Afro-Caribbean influences through intricate drum and brass arrangements. Bandcamp Album of the Day Oct 21, 2020