André Goudbeek | Lê Quan Ninh | Peter Jacquemyn | Uwaga | Not Two Records

Not Two, 2011 | MW 859-2 | CD

André Goudbeek – tenor sax | Peter Jacquemyn – bass, voice | Lê Quan Ninh – percussion

Recorded live at the Alchemia, Kraków on October 23, 2008. Recorded by Rafal Drewniany. Mixed and mastered by Rafal Drewniany (dts studio). Cover art work by Peter Jacquemyn. Photograph by Pierre Michel Zaleski. Design by Marek Wajda. All compositions by André Goudbeek / Peter Jacquemyn / Lê Quan Ninh

Tracklist: 1. Attention! [44:26] 2. Pasop! [12:09]

Andre Goudbeek

major Dutch double bass and clarinet player; active from late 60s. He records with the giants of American and European free jazz: Fred Van Hove, John Tchicai, Phil Minton, John Carter, Barre Philips, Burton Green, Derek Bailey.

Peter Jacquemyn

is not only a great double bass player but also a sculptor, graphic and performer. He belongs to the most creative artists on Belgium improvised music scene. He was first a student, then a music parter of the master of double bass – Peter Kowald. He constantly performs and records with such artists as: Fred Van Hove, Conrad Bauer, Wolfgang Fuchs, Michael Moore, Ernst Reysegger, Barre Phillips, Paul Rutherford, Tony Oxley, Terry Ex, Assif Tsahar. Jacquemyn toured in Poland in 2007 with Kris Wanders Quartet, also joined international project of Mikolaj Trzaska.

Lê Quan Ninh

born in Paris; a drummer active from early 80s. He has cooperated with Peter Kowald from 1987 in Global Village project – recurrent meetings of improvisers from different cultural traditions, such as: Sainkho Namtchylak, Zeena Parkins, Leo Smith, India Cooke, Xu Feng Xia, Lawrence “Butch” Morris.



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