John Ashton Thomas & Ian Ritchie | The Chance Element

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The Chance Element

by John Ashton Thomas & Ian Ritchie

Spontaneous, extemporised music with beautiful, introspective and thoughtful duets between keyboards and soprano saxophone or tin whistle played by Ian Ritchie.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Pi In The Sky
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2. Dawn
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3. The Birds
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4. Field Of Dreams
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5. Fuzzy Business
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6. Looking Awry
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7. Paradigms
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8. Song For Groucho
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9. The Panda's Thumb
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10. Looking East
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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An album of duets from two British composers, Ian Ritchie and John Ashton Thomas. The music was recorded completely live at Candle Studios, London. Most of the tracks were improvised with no previous conception of what was to be played. A couple of the pieces had sketch melodies, but were for the most part spontaneous compositions. The duo has played extensively around bars, clubs and galleries mainly in London. They performed at the 2011 Glastonbury festival.


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