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    Posted: March 06 2014 at 21:39
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16 tracks of utter bliss. Such a tight band. 


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^ I'm always afraid I don't have the stomach for Brötzmann... someday
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^ I'm always afraid I don't have the stomach for <span ="st">Brötzmann</span>... someday


He certainly isn't for everybody. Though it's that harshness that I love about his music. I'd recommend something liter and more palatable but I'm not sure that exists within the Brotzmann discog.
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Yeah, but I'd actually appreciate a starting rec-- something...anything ?   Brotzmann Plays the Hollywood Bowl, perhaps?   Nancy Sinatra and Peter Brotzmann:The Christmas Album, maybe ?
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COLDPLAY - 'Viva La Vida' (only because I bought the vinyl edition for my 13 year-old niece and she insisted I give it a spin) - and so far, 2 or 3 tracks are pretty decent from a prog perspective......
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Originally posted by Atavachron

Yeah, but I'd actually appreciate a starting rec-- something...anything ?   Brotzmann Plays the Hollywood Bowl, perhaps?   Nancy Sinatra and Peter Brotzmann:The Christmas Album, maybe ?




Nothing quite like that I'm afraid. Or am happy to report perhaps.

Well...you know what you are in for, so I won't hold back.

Path one (not recommended, although o did do this): Go for the all out stuff first...Machine Gun, Nipples, More Nipples, For Adolphe Sax.

Path two: Some of the Chicago Tentet stuff is actually pretty varied for the amount of stuff that is present in the group. I'd say the albums Signs, Images, Broken English, and Be Night, Music all contain a good amount of more accessible stuff (although it must be said that I haven't been takem by Be Night, Music at this time).

He is in a group call Hairy Bones that has some excellent electronic/spacey trumpet excursions and a high octane rhythm section. At times it almost feels like Brotzmann is the odd one out and doesn't seem as 'hell bent' as he is on other releases. (not to imply an easy listen of course) They have two albums...Hairy Bones and Snakelust (which is on youtube in full)

A similar band (same trumpeter [T. Kando], with Hamid Drake and William Parker) is called Die Like A Dog. It's a Albert Ayler "tribute band"...so not surprisingly it can get to be heavy lifting. I'd recommend Little Birds Have Fast Hearts Vol 1 & 2 or Aoyama Crows to start with.

Finally, he was in a band called Last Exit with Sonny Sharrock on guitar, Bill Laswell on bass, and RS Jackson on drums. Brotzmann sometimes takes a back seat here, and at pther times is close to playing restrained. I'd recommend Iron Path as the album (probably the most welcoming of any of their albums that I've heard)

Hopefully one of these bands/albums can tickle your fancy!

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KS - Body Love 1 &2
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Just finished:
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