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Live, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1
1. Phantom Power (9:15)
2. A Serious Offer (7:27)
3. Free-Bop (10:12)
4. Marion Crane (9:16)
5. Sindal Mornings (9:00)

Total time 45:10

CD 2
1. Boom! (6:55)
2. Texas Flangers (10:15)
3. Sub-Language (6:26)
4. Peacock (6:14)
5. In Spirit of... (17:11)

Total time 47:01


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Line-up / Musicians

- Karsten Vogel / saxophones
- Pierre Tassone / violin, electronics
- Robin Taylor / guitar, electronics
- Johan Segerberg / basses, electronics
- Kalle Mathiesen / drums, samples

Releases information

Recorded live in concert at Copenhagen JazzHouse, September 11th 2002, by Jazz Live / Radio Rytmisk

Recording engineer: Lars Palsig
Mixed by Robin Taylor and Lars Palsig with Karsten Vogel
Producer: Ole Matthiesse

Mastered at Tocano by Jan Eliasson.

Cover idea & layout: Robin Taylor.
Graphics & art direction by Werktoy / Soren Ditlefsen
Photographs: Neel Ludwig

2CD Marvel of Beauty MOBDC 010-2 (11 September 2004)

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Review by kev rowland
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4 stars This album was recorded 9 years ago today (as I write this), on 11th September 2002 at the Copenhagen Jazzhouse. The line-up was Robin Taylor (guitar, electronics), Pierre Tassone (violin, electronics), Karsten Vogel (saxophones), Johan Segerberg (basses, electronics) and Kalle Mathiesen (drums, electronics). The result of these guys combining and building off each other is hugely powerful, with Robin taking the lead at times with incredible Gilmore/Hillage driving over the top guitars while at other times it is Karsten with his incredible saxwork or Pierre flying through. There is a real togetherness and understanding which allows the five of them to blast off into extreme tangents knowing that the others will follow, and that if they do end up taking a path into the wilderness somehow together they will get back to some sort of civilisation.

This is not music that the majority will enjoy, but who wants to be part of the majority? According to LastFM my tastes are eclectic ? possibly because I will listen to jazz, folk and death metal all in the same sitting ? and I would much rather be eclectic than following the herd. That is the same with these guys ? they are making music for themselves, knowing they will never make a fortune - but it is better to be true to yourself than doing something that is against the grain. If you feel intrigued enough by this review to find out more then I urge you to do so, and listen to their music with an open mind. This is an awesome avant-garde outing that I truly wish I had been at.

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