FLAC (tracks), Lossless | Label: Matchless Recordings | Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation | 01:11:14 | 341 Mb
1. Trilinear Alpha 16:46
2. Trilinear Beta 17:15
3. Trilinear Gamma 13:46
4. Impossibility In Its Purest Form 23:26Musicians
Alto Saxophone - Seymour Wright (tracks: 1,3,4)
Percussion - Eddie Prévost (tracks: 1,2,4)
Piano+ - Sebastian Lexer (tracks: 2-4)
Recorded at The Welsh Chapel, Southwark Bridge Road, London in July and October 2011.
2012 has been something of a landmark year for the percussionist Eddie Prévost - and not just because it saw him turn 70. While his Meetings With Remarkable Saxophonists series showed him reaching back to post-bop roots (and sounding like he was having a lot of fun in doing so), other albums gave the lie to any notion that he was solely in reflective mode, revealing a musician continuing to press forward, and to explore new sonic spaces. On Impossibility In Its Purest Form, the trio of Prévost with prepared pianist Lexer and saxophonist Wright sound like they are working within the confines of the listener's own cranium. Like craftsmen, they gently prepare and scrape at those bony surfaces, filling gaps, adding minimal embellishment. The more open-minded will find the restrictiveness paradoxically liberating, the trio ultimately carving out a door to a whole world of colour, shade and texture. Nomination for the The Liminal prize 2012.
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