Martin Lozano Lewis Wiens Duncan | At Canterbury

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At Canterbury

by Martin Lozano Lewis Wiens Duncan

This recording features a live studio recording of improvised music at Canterbury Music Company. It features Jean Martin - dr, Frank Lozano - sax, Jim Lewis - tr, Rainer Wiens - guit mbira and Christine Duncan - voice.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Throwing Light
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10:27 album only
2. Face the Same Direction
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3:14 album only
3. Corollary
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10:23 album only
4. Patience Game
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10:10 album only
5. Sojourn
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6. Invocation
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7. Social Insects
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"At Canterbury" is a live studio recording of improvisations by Rainer Wiens, guitar and mbira, Frank Lozano, saxophones, Jim Lewis, trumpet and flugelhorn, Jean Martin drums and Christine Duncan, voice and theremin.

This documents the first collaboration of these 5 artists; Rainer Wiens, one of the most original modern jazz guitar stylists in Canada, who has been hailed as a genius “composer, arranger and facilitator of world musical traditions”, Jean Martin and Christine Duncan of Barnyard Drama and the Element Choir projects, and long time musical co-conspirators, Frank Lozano and Jim Lewis. Though most of these players have worked together in one combination or another over the years, this project, the brainchild of Lozano, is the free spirited, grooving, cinematic, trippy, passionate; sometimes furious, sometimes soulful, resulting journey of this inaugural group adventure.


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