Derek Bailey & Eddie Prévost - 0Re FLAC album
Bailey and Ruins drag each other kicking and screaming into d musical territory. One of the most important musical innovators of the '60s, Derek Bailey's original improvisational style and unorthodox guitar technique has had a profound influence on new music.
Derek Bailey & Eddie Prévost – 0Re. Label: Arrival Records (2) – ARCD001. Design – Kelly De Jong. Drums, Cymbal, Percussion – Eddie Prévost. Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Derek Bailey. Liner Notes – Dan Given. Recorded By – Toby Robinson.
Derek Bailey (29 January 1930 – 25 December 2005) was an English avant-garde guitarist and figure in the free improvisation movement. Bailey abandoned conventional performance techniques found in jazz, exploring atonality, noise, and whatever unusual sounds he could produce with the guitar. Much of his work was released on his own label Incus Records
Misha Mengelberg, John Tchicai, Han Bennink, Derek Bailey - Fragment G John Butcher with Derek Bailey and Rhodri Davies - Low Vortex Derek Bailey - M14 Evan Parker, Derek Bailey & Han Bennin 1h. Derek Bailey & Eddie Prévost Li. 07:48. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Derek Bailey & Simon H. Fell Pre-Tea 2. 12:31. Derek Bailey, Han Bennink The Song is Ended (medley).
Derek Bailey & Eddie Prevost Ore (Arrival Records, 2001). This 2000 duo brought together two of improv's founding fathers who, in the 60's, were in groups that were considered to adopt contrasting approaches to improv-the "atomistic" approach of SME and the "laminar" approach of AMM. Be that as it may, Bailey and Prévost prove to be accommodating to one another and entirely compatible, the end result being some of the best duo playing of their careers. Ballads (Tzadik, 2002).
Redirected from Eddie Prevost). Eddie Prévost (Edwin John) (born Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England, 22 June 1942) is an English percussionist noted for founding and participating in the AMM free improvisation group. Of Huguenot heritage, Prévost's silk weaving ancestors moved to Spitalfields in the late 17th century. Brought up by single parent mother (Lilian Elizabeth) in war-damaged London Borough of Bermondsey
Stemming from a London studio session held over two days in March 2000, Ore presents the first recorded collaboration between guitarist Derek Bailey and drummer Eddie Prévost, two pillars of the British free music scene since the 1960s (a similar and contemporaneous encounter between AMM and Spontaneous Music Ensemble legacies can be experienced on Evan Parker and Keith Rowe's CD Dark.
But Derek Bailey is really not an easy guy to warm up to at first, and I’m not sure those solo albums are places to start. So let me offer a few other points of entry. Duet records, you may gather, are useful contexts in which to hear Bailey. There’s also Ore with AMM percussionist and avant-garde fixture Eddie Prévost; Moment Precieux with Anthony Braxton; No Waiting with bassist extraordinaire Joëlle Léandre; and Outcome with the great soprano sax player and Monk devotee, Steve Lacy. It is sad that his 1988 Berlin set with Cecil Taylor, Pleistozaen mit Wasser, doesn’t live up to its vast potential until its final minutes, and that Arch Duo, with Evan Parker, never really seems to catch fire. Trio Playing, with John Butcher and Oren Marshall, is especially.
1983 CONTINUUM Eddie Prévost Quartet Mattos/Pré Matchless Recordings MRLP07 new CD version MRCD07 released in 1999 with additional material from 1985. HANDSCAPES Akemi Kunishoshi-Kuhn Trio Akemi Kuniyoshi-Kuhn piano/Marcio Mattos double bass/Eddie Prévost drums. 1984 SUPERSESSION Guy/Parker/Prévost/Rowe Matchless Recordings MRCD17. 2000 ORE Derek Bailey and Eddie Prévost Arrival Records ARC001. 2000 Entropology - The Science of Sonic Poetry with John Wolf Brennan & Simon Picard FOR4EARS Records CD 1036. 2001 THE VIRTUE IN IF Eddie Prévost Trio Tom Chant soprano saxophone, John Edwards double bass, Eddie Prévost drums Matchless Recordings MRCD34.
- Recorded At – Moat Studio
- Design [Graphic Design] – Kelly De Jong
- Drums, Cymbal, Percussion – Eddie Prévost
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Derek Bailey
- Liner Notes – Dan Given
- Recorded By – Toby Robinson*