Start Moving Earbuds

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    The download also includes a pdf file of the original artwork for the 1994 CD version 4-page booklet, inlay and disc.
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“I can’t recall hearing these improvisors on better form. Definitely one of the finest improv releases you’re likely to hear in 1995.” CHRIS BLACKFORD

“There’s passion, intellect and first-rate group interaction. What more can one ask from a contemporary improvising trio?” Robert Iannapollo CADENCE

“Rarely has this combination sounded more inspired in recent times.” Stefan Jaworzyn MUSIC FROM THE EMPTY QUARTER

“Amazing.....simply one of the best English improv recordings I’ve heard in ages.” Stefan Jaworzyn SCUM LIST

A WIRE record of the year (Jazz & Improvisation) 1995

“An hour’s worth of exceptional English free music. There’s a certain spark of creativity here that makes for constantly rewarding listening. Don’t miss out on it.” Stefan Jaworzyn RESONANCE

“This is fresh, exciting music that holds the attention and fires the imagination.” John Eyles RUBBERNECK


released November 1, 1994

Mick Beck: tenor sax
Simon H. Fell: double bass
Paul Hession: drums

1993 (57 mins.)
© Bruce's Fingers 1994

full track listing:
1. Manchester Bus Station [06:47]
2. At The End [06:48]
3. Jumbo's [02:54]
4. Norman [20:56]
5. Moving Earbuds [05:45]
6. (Simon Arriving On The) Breakdown Truck [13:57]

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Something Else

Mick Beck (tenor sax & bassoon), Simon H. Fell (double bass), Paul Hession (drumset)
Mick Beck formed Something Else in 1992. From its inception the group mixed compositions and improvisation, and developed a style where complex compositions played from memory could be cued at will by any member of the group, to be played, discarded or ignored by all musicians as they saw fit. ... more


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