Phil Minton / John Butcher / Erhard Hirt - Two Concerts mp3 album
Producer – Erhard Hirt, John Butcher. Recorded By – Michel W. Huon (tracks: 6 to 8). Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – John Butcher. Recording Dates: Vandoeuvre: 25 June 1995 at Musique Action in Vandoeuvre lés Nancy, France Antwerpen: 5 August 1995 at Free Music Festival in Antwerpen, Belgium. Rights Society (CD, Erhard Hirt): GEMA. Rights Society (John Butcher, Phil Minton): PRS.
First, the brass tacks: the trio of saxophonist John Butcher, vocalist Phil Minton, and guitarist Erhard Hirt is featured here in two separate gigs in the summer of 1995, the first at Musique Action in Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy in June, and the second at the Free Music festival in Antwerp in August. One can imagine the kinds of aural destruction these three are capable of because they've played together for years. Hirt 's two solo records are some of the most colorful and puzzling titles to come out of the electric guitar oeuvre, with his crayon box of effects
Vocalist Phil Minton, saxophonist John Butcher and guitarist Erhard Hirt, each have an astounding repository of sounds on which to draw. On Two Concerts, they transform their respective stocks into a music that is elastic, dynamic and playful. The trio’s quick banter and ability to echo each other frequently creates moments when the enveloping sound they initially think by one musician turns out to be made by one of the others.
Phil Minton - Erhard Hirt - John Butcher.
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With John Butcher and Erhard Hirt) Two Concerts, FMP OWN 90006, 1995. With Jon Rose) Techno mit Stoerungen, Plag Dich nicht 002, 1995. With Phil Minton Quartet) Mouthful of Destiny, Victo cd041, 1996. But it was hearing John Coltrane on Davis ’ s album Cooking that opened Minton ’ s ears to the possibilities of jazz. Coltrane ’ s sound was just about the most exciting thing I ’ d ever heard, he told Marley. I was completely and utterly hooked on music by then.
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|1||Vandœuvre 1st Part||3:57|
|2||Vandœuvre 2nd Part||2:20|
|3||Vandœuvre 3rd Part||9:34|
|4||Vandœuvre 4th Part||5:20|
|6||Antwerpen 1st Part||3:24|
|7||Antwerpen 2nd Part||20:54|
|8||Antwerpen 3rd Part||4:29|
- Recorded At – Festival Musique Action
- Recorded At – WIM Free Music Festival
- Artwork [Booklet Artwork] – Jochen Twelker
- Guitar, Electronics, Composed By [All Compositions By], Producer [Produced By] – Erhard Hirt
- Layout – Matthias Grunert
- Mastered By – Peter Cusack
- Photography By [Photos] – Raymond Mallentjer
- Recorded By – Michel W. Huon* (tracks: 6 to 8)
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Composed By [All Compositions By], Producer [Produced By] – John Butcher
- Voice, Composed By [All Compositions By] – Phil Minton
NotesPiece 1 [tracks 1-5] recorded on June 25th, 1995, at Musique Action, Vandœuvre lès Nancy.
Piece 2 [tracks 6-8] recorded by Michael W. Huon on August 5th, 1995, at Free Music Festival, Antwerpen.
Special thanks to Peter Cusack, Matthias Grunert, Fred Van Hove, Raymond Mallentjer, Markus Müller, Nils Plath, Allison Plath-Mosley, Dominique Repecaud, Jochen Twelker. -E. H.
|OWN-90006||Minton* / Butcher* / Hirt*||Minton* / Butcher* / Hirt* - Two Concerts (CD, Album)||FMP||OWN-90006||Germany||1998|