Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio
The Vortex, London
Recorded: 24th November 2010
Broadcast: 7th February 2011
BBC "Jazz on 3" http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00y6hwr
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Now in their fortieth year, the Schlippenbach trio is one of the most enduring and respected ensembles
in free improvising. Founder of the influential Globe Unity Orchestra during the sixties, pianist
Schlippenbach is a key figure in the pioneering post war generation of German jazz musicians. In this
trio with percussionist Paul Lovens and British saxophonist Evan Parker, he has released a series of
important albums throughout his career, including Pakistani Pomade (1972) and Elf Bagatellen (1989).
This fortieth anniversary concert recorded at London's Vortex club reveals the trio's recent engagement
with Thelonious Monk's music.
This set is entirely improvised.
TomP post on Dime, February 2011...Enjoy !!
Evan Parker (saxophone)
Alexander von Schlippenbach (piano)
Paul Lovens (drums)
01 - Improv#1 (43.38)
02 - Improv#2 (12.03)
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