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Fred Frith & John Zorn - John Zorn 50th Birthday Celebration, Volume 5 (2004) [Re-Up]

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Fred Frith & John Zorn - John Zorn 50th Birthday Celebration, Volume 5 (2004) [Re-Up]

Fred Frith / John Zorn ‎- 50⁵ (2004)
XLD | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 290 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 126 Mb | Scans included
Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation | Label: Tzadik | # TZ 5005 | Time: 00:54:17

Working together since 1978, the partnership of Zorn and Frith is one of the most enduring musical partnerships in the downtown scene. Their periodic duo concerts have always been special events in themselves, but when it happens in celebration of Zorn's 50th Birthday, it takes on even greater meaning. Two masters of improvisation meet head to head in the redhot crucible of Tonic for an hour of telepathic communication and exploration, and you are there.

Fred Frith, Nicolas Humbert & Marc Parisotto - Cut Up The Border (2020)

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Fred Frith, Nicolas Humbert & Marc Parisotto - Cut Up The Border (2020)

Fred Frith, Nicolas Humbert & Marc Parisotto - Cut Up The Border (2020)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 280 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 132 Mb | 00:57:28
Experimental, Sound Collage, Spoken Word, Avant-Garde Jazz | Label: Rogue Art

One hundred tapes. Recorded by Jean Vapeur on the now legendary Nagra IV S tape recorder. A box full of the original sound recordings for Step Across the Border, the film Werner Penzel and I travelled around the world to make in 1988-1989 with musician Fred Frith. Just before the collapse of Socialism and the digital take-over of the world. Twenty minutes on every tape. That is, thirty-three hours of sound material. In the end, only ninety minutes of it are in the film. The rest of the recordings have been slumbering away in an old crate, and trailed along on our every studio move, surviving icy winters and even a flood in our archive vault. Now and again I need to clean the tape debris off the Nagra with a brush. Little piles of magnetic dust. But the sounds are still there! Wear debris, a symbol of elapsed time.

Tenko - Slope: Gradual Disappearance (1987) {2001 Shoh}

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Tenko - Slope: Gradual Disappearance (1987) {2001 Shoh}

Tenko - Slope: Gradual Disappearance (1987) {2001 Shoh}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and LOG | scans | 223 mb
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | RAR | 91 mb
Genre: avant-garde jazz, electronic

Slope: Gradual Disappearance is a 1987 album by Tenko Ueno, who simply goes by her first name, Tenko. The album features guest appearances from Arto Lindsay, Wayne Horvitz and Fred Frith. Originally released by Kinniku-Bijo, this pressing was reissued and remastered in 2001 by Shoh.