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Rempis/Johnston/Ochs - Spectral (2014)

18-06-2014, 11:40
Jazz



Rempis/Johnston/Ochs - Spectral (2014)

Artist: Rempis/Johnston/Ochs
Title Of Album: Spectral
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Aerophonic Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 55:27 min
Total Size: 137 MB

Tracklist:

1. Traction
2. Iterated Integrals
3. Wrinkle Wrankle
4. How It Started
5. Snaggletooth Tussle
6. Cheek And Bones
7. The Drop

Dave Rempis – alto saxophone
Darren Johnston – trumpet
Larry Ochs – tenor/sopranino saxophones

This free-improvising trio came together in the fall of 2011, when Rempis journeyed to the West Coast to discover some things about his compatriots on the Bay Area improving scene. Trumpeter Johnston, a frequent visitor to Chicago, where the two had collaborated in several different settings in the years prior, suggested this trio lineup for a performance at Oakland’s Uptown Nightclub. Although Rempis hadn’t worked with Ochs before, the latter’s renowned experience in the all-horn lineup of ROVA made the idea especially appealing. From the first few notes, that initial meeting flowed comfortably, yet in totally unexpected ways, with all three making logical structural decisions that gave their improvisations the feel of through-composed pieces. Eager to continue developing this language that the three later came to dub “invisible architecture,” Rempis made a follow-up trip to the Bay Area in the spring of 2012 for two more concerts and a studio recording session. Spectral, the first document of their work, was the result of that visit, and shows an improvising trio playing out an audible game of chess. Not satisfied with simply existing in the moment, these three combine sensibilities to look many moves ahead, setting each other up time and again to capitalize on structural possibilities that give rare and meaningful form to an otherwise very spontaneous music.





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