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Various - Freedom Of The City 2004: Small Groups album

Various - Freedom Of The City 2004: Small Groups album
Performer: Various
Title: Freedom Of The City 2004: Small Groups
Genre: Jazz
Style:Free Improvisation
Released: 2006
MP3 album szie: 1410 mb
FLAC album size: 1601 mb

Freedom of the City 2004: Small Groups.

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Russell - Keune - Minton - Wachsmann - Wolf
1-1 Whithersoever 22:22
1-2 Titled Improvisation Part One 9:23
1-3 Titled Improvisation Part Two 7:55
1-4 Titled Improvisation Part Three 4:58
Clive Bell & Sylvia Hallett
1-5 A Skein 12:12
1-6 A Lock 6:48
1-7 A Gaggle 7:03
1-8 A Purl 4:49
Burn - Butcher - Cooper - Denley - Guthrie - Hutchinson
2-1 Tension Sort 7:48
2-1 Geiger Release 10:21
Gail Brand &
2-3 Heart Sliced Open 10:23
2-4 Pop Goes The Drunkard 11:57
Roger Smith & Louis Moholo-Moholo
2-5 The Very First Time 30:29
2-6 The End Of The Very First Time 5:29


  • Double Bass – Georg Wolf (tracks: 1-1)
  • Drums [Drum Set] – Louis Moholo-Moholo* (tracks: 2-5, 2-6)
  • Flute, Flute [Bass Flute, Flax], Alto Saxophone, Voice – Jim Denley (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Guitar – John Russell (tracks: 1-1), Roger Smith (tracks: 2-5, 2-6)
  • Guzheng – Clare Cooper (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Percussion [Amplified] – Will Guthrie (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Piano, Percussion – Chris Burn (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Shakuhachi, Reeds [Sipsi, Pi Saw Flute, Mini Khene, Cretan Pipes] – Clive Bell (tracks: 1-5 to 1-8)
  • Sopranino Saxophone – Stefan Keune (tracks: 1-1)
  • Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – John Butcher (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Synthesizer, Electronics – Matt Hutchinson* (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
  • Trombone – Gail Brand (tracks: 2-3, 2-4), Paul Rutherford (tracks: 1-2 to 1-4)
  • Viola, Saw, Performer [Bicycle Wheel, Jews Harp, Breath], Electronics [Digital Delays] – Sylvia Hallett (tracks: 1-5 to 1-8)
  • Violin, Electronics – Philipp Wachsmann (tracks: 1-1)
  • Voice – Morgan Guberman (tracks: 2-3, 2-4), Phil Minton (tracks: 1-1)


Recorded at the Freedom of the City festival, Conway Hall, London on 2 May 2004