Tony Bevan – Soprano, Tenor and Bass Saxophones
Joe Morris – Electric Guitar
Tony Buck – Drums
Dominic Lash – Double Bass
Recorded live at The Rising Sun, Reading, England on the 1st of November 2009.
"The most exciting and original jazz plucker to emerge in the last decade." – John Corbett, Downbeat
"Joe Morris is one of the most profound improvisors at work in the U.S." – Will Montgomery, The Wire
released January 3, 2012
Recorded by Dominic Lash at The Rising Sun, Reading, England on the 1st of November 2009. Produced by Tony Bevan. Mixed by Tony Bevan & Rupert Stevenson. Mastered by Rupert Stevenson. All pieces are Free improvisations by Bevan, Morris, Buck and Lash. C&P Foghorn Records (UK) 2012. Cover illustration: ‘November’ variable relief mono-print, artists proof 2012 by Ashley Wales. Design by Paul Dunn at Diablo.
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Not your average free improv blow-out, this is lyrical, inventive & intelligent. Mellow and beautiful enough to appeal to a wide range of ears. The recording is fantastic with a lovely room ambience. Rory C
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