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  1. The Unknown, an Album by John Escreet. Released in on Sunnyside. Genres: European Free Jazz. Featured peformers: Evan Parker (saxophone), John Escreet (piano), John Hébert (bass), Tyshawn Sorey (drums).
  2. Jun 02,  · John Escreet “Part VII” — Sound, Space and Structures PM: Mary Halvorson Quintet “Love In Eight Colors (No. 21)” — Bending Bridges: 10 PM Hour, June 2, PM: John Lindberg “Firewood Duet” — Bounce PM: Matt Mitchell “Singe” — Fiction PM: Noah Preminger “Abreaction” — Before The Rain
  3. Sound, Space and Structures, an album by John Escreet on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Pianist John Escreet 's latest release The Unknown is a magnificent live document of his working trio, bassist John Hébert and percussionist Tyshawn Sorey, joined by free jazz legend (cliché of clichés) Evan Parker on two nights (at Bimhuis in Amsterdam and Lantaren Venster in Rotterdam) at the end of a four-date tour in February of
  5. Feb 12,  · Escreet had recorded with this ensemble before for their Sound, Space and Structures release in and, though Escreet had managed to perform with the group in a couple of single performances, this was the first time they had been on the road as a unit.
  6. John Escreet The Unknown, released 28 October 1. The Unknown (Part One) 2. The Unknown (Part Two) 3. Sample from The Album CD Quality - 16 bit / khz The idea of jumping into a completely improvised musical situation can be daunting, especially a live performance. To muster the energy and the ideas to fill a concert is extremely taxing and takes some preparation and motivation.
  7. May 19,  · John Escreet, Sound, Space and Structures (Sunnyside) fractured swing feel on "Part VII." The album also includes a few duos between Escreet and various bandmates, which underline the intimate.
  8. Sound, Space and Structures doesn’t hem in young pianist John Escreet -- it doesn’t answer any questions about who he is or where he’s going in his music. It merely confirms that he won’t.

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