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Jansik - John Butcher / Phil Durrant - Requests And Antisongs (CD, Album)

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  1. Lucy joined the team in as a Property Team Member and is now Assistant Manager of our Halesworth office. Lucy has worked within estate agency for the last 4 years in the local area and is continuing her studies to progress within the industry.
  2. This is one of the, if not the, first recordings of a saxophonist being processed in real time. Coxhill dialogues with his electronic ghost, interacting with Emmerson's manipulations (20 years later John Butcher and Phil Durrant would use the same technique, with much better technology, on Requests and Antisongs).
  3. Phil Durrant discography and songs: Music profile for Phil Durrant, born Genres: Free Improvisation, EAI, Reductionism. Albums include Dach, Requests and Antisongs.
  4. Phil Durrant. likes · 1 talking about this. I am a free improvising musician playing solo and group concerts with Bill Thompson, Martin Vishnick, Trio Sowari, The SEEN, MIMEO, a.o.
  5. Requests and Antisongs by John Butcher/Phil Durrant, released 01 July 1. Sheet Bend 2. Jansik 3. Sliding Chinese Crown 4. Eye Splice 5. Kreuzklem 6. Bimini Twist 7. Prusik Loop 8. Float Stop 9. Flemish Eye Palomar Japanese Square Lashing.
  6. Durrant has also played in the very influential trio with John Butcher and John Russell, as well as the Chris Burn Ensemble. During his career he has played with many creative and important musicians, including: Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, Grooverider, Shut up and Dance, John Zorn, Phil .
  7. Electronic music was an early influence on Butcher's approach to saxophone playing, and has become explicit in his electromanipulation duo with Phil Durrant. This has released Secret measures and Requests and antisongs. Some commentators have described his wind trio with Axel Dörner and Xavier Charles as electronic music by acoustic instruments.
  8. The trio of guitarist John Russell, saxophonist John Butcher and Phil Durrant on violin and trombone first came together in (when Butcher was brought in to replace a previous saxophonist) and persisted until , the year they recorded their third and final trio album The Scenic Route for Emanem. For decades the three have been prominent members of the so-called "second wave of free.

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