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John Surman - Discography (25 albums) (1969-2012) (MP3 320 kbps)

18-01-2015, 15:28
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John Surman - Discography (25 albums) (1969-2012) (MP3 320 kbps)

Artist: John Surman
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1969-2012
Genre: Free Jazz, Modal Jazz
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 21:37:20 min
Total Size: 3,06 Gb

John Douglas Surman (born 30 August 1944) is an English jazz saxophone, bass clarinet and synthesizer player, and composer of free jazz and modal jazz, often using themes from folk music as a basis. He has also composed and performed much music for dance performances and film soundtracks.
By 1972 he had begun experimenting with synthesizers. That year he recorded Westering Home, the first of several solo projects on which he played all parts himself via overdubbing. He recorded his final album with Mike Westbrook, Citadel/Room 315 in 1975.

Many of the musical relationships he established during the 1970s have continued to the present. These include a quartet with pianist John Taylor, bassist Chris Laurence, and drummer John Marshall; duets and other projects with Norwegian singer Karin Krog; and duets and other projects with American drummer/pianist Jack DeJohnette.

His relationship with ECM Records has also been continuous from the late 1970s to the present, as Surman has recorded prolifically for the label playing bass clarinet, recorders, soprano and baritone saxophones and using synthesisers, both solo with a wide range of other musicians.

In recent years he has composed several suites of music that feature his playing in unusual contexts, including with church organ and chorus (Proverbs and Songs, 1996); with a classical string quintet (Coruscating); and with the London Brass and Jack DeJohnette (Free and Equal, 2001). He has also played in a unique trio with Tunisian oud-player Anouar Brahem and bassist Dave Holland (Thimar, 1997); has performed the songs of John Dowland with singer John Potter formerly of the Hilliard Ensemble; and made contributions to the drum and bass album Disappeared by Spring Heel Jack.

Other musicians he has worked with include bassist Miroslav Vitous, bandleader Gil Evans, pianist Paul Bley and Vigleik Storaas, guitarists Terje Rypdal and John Abercrombie and trumpeter Tomasz Stańko.

[1972, HELP 10] Westering Home [LP, album]
[1985, ECM 1295] Withholding Pattern [CD, album]
[1988, ECM 1366] Private City [CD, album]
[1990, ECM 1418] Road to Saint Ives [CD, album]
[1994, ECM 1148] Upon Reflection [CD, album, reissue]
[1995, ECM 1528] A Biography of the Rev. Absalom Dawe [CD, album]
[1997, ECM 1639] Proverbs and Songs [CD, album]
[1998, 844 882-2] How Many Clouds Can You See? [CD, album, reissue, remastered]
[2000, ECM 1702] Coruscating [CD, album]
[2001, ECM 1254] Such Winters of Memory [CD, album, reissue]
[2003, ECM 1802] Free And Equal [CD, album]
[2005, CDSML 8402] John Surman [CD, album, reissue, remastered]
[2005, RUNE 200] Way Back When [CD, album]
[2007, ECM 1956] The Spaces In Between [CD, album]
[2009, ECM 2046] Brewster's Rooster [CD, album]
[2012, ECM 2266] Saltash Bells [CD, album]

Albert Mangelsdorff, John Surman
Anouar Brahem, John Surman, Dave Holland
John Surman Quartet
John Surman, Howard Moody
John Surman, Jack DeJohnette
John Surman, John Warren
John Surman, Karin Krog, Terje Rypdal, Vigleik Storaas
John Surman, Paul Bley, Gary Peacock, Tony Oxley
Morning Glory

John Surman - Discography (25 albums) (1969-2012) (MP3 320 kbps)

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BonyBo   User offline   5 July 2012 16:43

Thank you very much!

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