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Howard Peach

by Howard Peach

Howard Peach was created in New York amongst soul mates Belgian drummer Lander Gyselinck, young hidden treasure the Irish bass player Simon Jermyn and renowned saxophonist among musicians and composer Chris Speed.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lausanne
9:52 $2.50
2. Unfortunate Vivisepulture
3:48 $1.50
3. Hidden Word
5:15 $2.00
4. Chris the Crafty Cockney
4:00 $2.00
5. Sycamore Sea
7:12 $1.50
6. Atlantis 1987
3:49 $1.50
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Album Notes
Chris Speed - tenor saxophone
Simon Jermyn - electric bass
Lander Gyselinck - drums

Recording: Amandine Pras & Nic Pitman at NYU, New York, US in december 2013
Mixing & Mastering: Vincent De Bast at Sonar Studios
Production: Lander Gyselinck
Original Art on Cover: "Egyptiens" by Water Swennen
Design & Lay-out: Annika Jermyn

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Howard Peach was created in New York, where Belgian drummer Lander Gyselinck (STUFF., LABtrio, Ragini Trio, Kris Defoort Trio, …) lived and studied for some time. He met numerous musical soulmates in the contemporary jazz scene and played amongst others along side John Zorn in his infamous club The Stone .

Besides taking part in these NY sessions and jams, Lander co-founded there a brand new trio, with young hidden treasure Irish bassist Simon Jermyn (Large Detective, Pete Robbins Transatlantic Quartet, Jim Black, Tony Malaby) and renowned saxophonist among musicians and composer Chris Speed (The Claudia Quintet, Endangered Blood, AlasnoAxis, Craig Taborn and Dave King). After several live sessions they decided at the end of 2013 to spend some time in the NYU studios and record this self-titled debut. Their busy tour schedules made ​​them put the music on ice, but today with this release and the associated tour they pick up the thread where they’ve began.

Although the repertoire is made up of pure improvisation, the music sounds like a coherent whole and plays the album as one long suite. Very free moments alternate with pieces that sound like composed music, what the tremendous quality of these three solid improvisers betray.



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