Peter Brötzmann Tentet - The März Combo mp3 album
Title: The März Combo
Style: Free Jazz
Date of release: 1993
Size MP3: 1879 mb
Size FLAC: 1555 mb
Format: DXD AUD RA MOD MP4 AHX WMA
Recorded on 18 February 1992 live at the "Börse", Wuppertal, Germany.
Peter Brötzmann (born 6 March 1941) is a German free jazz saxophonist and clarinetist. He studied painting in Wuppertal and was involved with the Fluxus movement but grew dissatisfied with art galleries and exhibitions. He experienced his first jazz concert when he saw American jazz musician Sidney Bechet while still in school at Wuppertal, and it made a lasting impression.
His Marz Combo seems to have been a one-shot venture that only scratched the surface of its potential. An all-star cast to be sure, the band had a bit of a rockish tinge with his son Caspar and Nicky Skopelitis aboard on guitars (the latter a veteran of countless Bill Laswell productions) and Golden Palominos founder Anton Fier on drums. März Combo, Pt. 1. Peter Brötzmann.
Peter Brötzmann has been an incredibly sustaining and constant force in free music for over three decades, and continues to create white-hot improvisation on saxophone and clarinet at torrentially fervid intensity. The März Combo assembled in early '92 to celebrate Brötzmann’s fiftieth birthday and his exceptional life in music. Featuring some great improvisation stalwarts such as Paul Rutherford and younger players like Nicky Skopelitis, the Tentet rants and howls its way like a band of pilgrims on the road to a destination of its own design
Peter Brötzmann Tentet To Love In. 31:49. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Peter Brötzmann Tentet The März Combo (Part 2). 05:59. Peter Brötzmann Tentet The März Combo (Part 1). 30:45. Peter Brötzmann Tentet The März Combo (Part 3). 37:15. The Peter Brötzmann Tentet März Combo, Pt. 3. 37:17.
art 1 (30:44) . art 2 (5:58) . art 3 (37:17). Bass – William Parker Drums – Anton Fier Guitar – Caspar Brötzmann, Nicky Skopelitis Saxophone – Larry Stabbins, Peter Brötzmann, Werner Lüdi Trombone – Johannes Bauer, Paul Rutherford Trumpet – Toshinori Kondo. FMP – FMP CD 047(Germany). Recorded on 18 February 1992 live at the "Börse", Wuppertal, Germany. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Machine Gun Cien Fuegos 2018.
While Brötzmann typically performs with the power trio lineup of Caspar Brötzmann Massaker (his early band), with guitar, bass guitar and drum set, he only uses rock and roll and heavy metal music as a basis for his music his attack on the instrument - explosive, obstreperous, large scale, textural, timbral - asserts the material facts of ier more bluntly than anyone else currently involved in rock". Brötzmann's father, Peter Brötzmann, is a free jazz saxophone player. They have recorded a duo album, Last. The März Combo - Live in Wuppertal (April 1993) - Live recording of the Peter Brötzmann Tentet. Guitar on Thomas D's (of Die Fantastischen Vier) album Reflektor Falke (2001). Also guitarist on the accompanying tour. Ende Gut - Ein Klangwerk (July 2005) - Sibylle Berg reads, Caspar Brötzmann plays guitar.
|1||März Combo, Pt. 1||30:44|
|2||März Combo, Pt. 2||5:58|
|3||März Combo, Pt. 3||37:17|
- Recorded At – Die Börse, Wuppertal
- Bass – William Parker
- Composed By, Cover, Design, Layout – Peter Brötzmann
- Drums – Anton Fier
- Guitar – Caspar Brötzmann, Nicky Skopelitis
- Liner Notes – Peter Brötzmann, Steve Lake
- Mastered By – Jonas Bergler
- Mixed By – Jost Gebers
- Photography By – Heinze & Bolesch
- Producer – Jost Gebers, Peter Brötzmann, Uli Armbruster
- Recorded By – Sascha Stiefeling, Willi Buschmann
- Saxophone – Larry Stabbins, Peter Brötzmann, Werner Lüdi
- Trombone – Johannes Bauer, Paul Rutherford
- Trumpet – Toshinori Kondo
NotesRecorded on 18 February 1992 live at the "Börse", Wuppertal, Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4014704000477
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 4557