Tim Berne, Bobby Previte, Mark Feldman, Herb Robertson, Matteo Ederle, Percy Jones, Roberto Zorzi - Bang! album flac
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Alto Saxophone – Tim Berne. Drums – Bobby Previte. Electric Bass – Percy Jones. Electric Guitar, Directed By – Roberto Zorzi. Keyboards – Matteo Ederle. Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Herb Robertson. Violin – Mark Feldman. Recorded live at Rocella Jonica Jazz Festival, August 1990.
Alto Saxophone – Tim Berne Drums – Bobby Previte Electric Bass – Percy Jones Electric Guitar – Roberto Zorzi Keyboards – Matteo Ederle Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Herb Robertson Violin – Mark Feldman. Ictus Records – ICTUS 158 (US). Originally released in 1991 as Roberto Zorzi's alum titled "The Bang – Omonimo"(Nueva – NC 3011,Italy). Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Roberto Zorzi with Tim Berne, Bobby Previte, Mark Feldman, Herb Robertson, Matteo Ederle, Percy Jones - The Bang (Nueva, 1991; reissued as Bang! by ICTUS, 2011). Marc Ducret - News from the Front (JMT, 1992). Lesli Dalaba - Core Samples (EarRational, 1992). Anthony Davis - X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X, An Opera in Three Acts (Gramavision, 1992). Klaus König - The Song of Songs (Enja, 1992). Sybille Pomorin, Terry Jenoure - Auguries of Speed (ITM, 1995). Paul Lytton Quartet - The Balance of Trade (CIMP, 1996).
Ships Free in the . Bobby Previte: Drums Herb Robertson: Trumpet, Flugelhorn Mark Feldman: Violin Percy Jones: Electric Bass Tim Berne: Alto Saxophone Matteo Ederle: Keyboards Roberto Zorzi: Electric Guitar, Artistic Director. View All . Dig-Deeper. Sun Of Goldfinger (LP) Tim Berne. Sun Of Goldfinger (CD) Tim Berne. Snakeoil (CD) Tim Berne.
Item Number JRM52568-CD. This item is sold "as-is" and is non-returnable. He and Parker continued to work together into the 2000s, more recent releases include trio releases with Marilyn Crispell in 1996 and 1999, Lytton has toured North America and Japan both solo and with improvisational ensembles. In 1999, he toured with Ken Vandermark and Kent Kessler, as well Lytton collaborated with Jeffrey Morgan with whom he recorded the CD Terra Incognita Live in Cologne, Germany. He played also on White Noises pioner electronic pop music album An Electric Storm in 1969.
His skills as a composer, on the other hand, emerged from the humorous suite of Music of the Moscow Circus (august 1991), featuring a typical electroacoustic chamber ensemble (violinist Mark Feldman, trumpeter Herb Robertson harpist Carol Emanuel, bassist Mark Helias, opera . In the late 1980s and 1990s, Previte drummed for the ensembles of Guy Klucevsek, Marty Ehrlich, Elliott Sharp, Wayne Horvitz, John Zorn, Tim Berne, etc. Covert Action (New Note, 1989) is Tom Varner, Mike Richmond, Bobby Previte, but it doesn't include any Previte composition. Bang (august 1990) documents a live concert by Tim Berne (alto sax), Mark Feldman (violin), Herb Robertson (trumpet and flugelhorn), Percy Jones (electric bass), Matteo Ederle (keyboards), and Bobby Previte (drums).
|2||The Rose In The Beer||15:58|
|3||Dazed And Confused||11:40|
|5||Calma E Gesso||10:02|
- Alto Saxophone – Tim Berne
- Drums – Bobby Previte
- Electric Bass – Percy Jones
- Electric Guitar, Directed By [Project Artistic Director] – Roberto Zorzi
- Keyboards – Matteo Ederle
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Herb Robertson
- Violin – Mark Feldman
NotesRecorded live at Rocella Jonica Jazz Festival, August 1990
|NC 3011||The Bang||Omonimo (CD, Album)||Nueva||NC 3011||Italy||1991|