Sunny Murray – Drums and Voice
John Edwards – Double Bass
Tony Bevan – Tenor Saxophone
The first studio recording by Sunny Murray’s long-standing European Trio, and their strongest statement yet.
"Could Sunny Murray’s left foot actually be the engine at the heart of the universe? That’s what it feels like, as his clashing hi-hat cymbals churn away relentlessly, the outward manifestation of his internal, eternal sense of abstract swing" – Daniel Spicer, Jazzwise.
released February 1, 2011
Recorded by Phillip Bagenal at Eastcote Studio, London, England on the 19th of August 2010. Produced by Tony Bevan. Mixed by Tony Bevan, John Edwards and Rupert Stevenson. All pieces are Free improvisations by Murray (Murrayism Music), Edwards and Bevan (both PRS). C&P Foghorn Records (UK) 2011. Artwork by Paul Dunn at Diablo based on a concept by Ashley Wales. Cover image: Luba painted wooden and china-clay mask, Congo-Kinshasa.
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