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Artist: BROTZMANN TRIO, PETER
Title: For Adolphe Sax
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"This is the one that started it all -- German tenor saxophonist Peter Brötzmanns first album in a long career that would spawn many, many more recordings in the years to come. Recorded with the rhythm section of bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Sven-Åke Johansson, this is intense, unrelenting free-jazz with little in the way of clear structure or melody... this is music that gets by on force and pure energy, rather than polite tunes or other musical decorum. Apart from a few brief moments of quiet during Sanity, the second track, this stuff just doesnt quit, with Brötzmanns consistently abrasive, high-pitched wailing leading the charge and the other two members stirring up a pretty good ruckus themselves (Kowald, especially, gets in a good sting-sawing bass solo on Morning Glory)." --All Music Guide; pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Recorded by Günter Schütte, 1967, in Wuppertal. Peter Brötzmann (tenor & baritone saxophone); Peter Kowald (double bass); Sven-Åke Johansson (drums)." -Cien Fuegos.

Artist: BROTZMANN, PETER GROUP
Title: Alarm
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
“First vinyl reissue of Alarm by the Peter Brötzmann Group, originally released on FMP in 1983. Harry Miller: bass; Louis Moholo: drums; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Brötzmann: saxophone; Frank Wright: saxophone; Willem Breuker: saxophone; Toshinori Kondo: trumpet;Alan Tomlinson: trombone; Hannes Bauer: trombone. Recorded during the 164th NDR Jazzworkshop, November 12, 1981, at the Funkhaus Hamburg. Produced by Peter Brötzmann and Jost Gebers. Cover design by Peter Brötzmann.” - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: BROTZMANN, PETER SEXTET/QUARTET
Title: Nipples
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $36.00
"180-gram vinyl. The legendary, rare Brötzmann album finally reissued on vinyl for the first time, with the special fold-out leporello on the front. One-time pressing of 1000. Originally released on Calig in 1969. Side A: The Peter Brötzmann Sextet: Peter Brötzmann: tenor sax; Evan Parker: tenor sax; Derek Bailey: guitar; Fred van Hove: piano; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Han Bennink: drums. Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany, on April 18, 1969; recording engineer: Kurt Rapp. Side B: The Peter Brötzmann Quartet: Peter Brötzmann: tenor sax; Fred van Hove: piano; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Han Bennik: drums. Recorded at Rhenus Studio, Godorf, Germany, on April 24, 1969; recording engineer: Conny Plank. Cover design: P. Brötzmann." - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: BROTZMANN, PETER/HAN BENNINK
Title: Ein Halber Hund Kann Nicht Pinkeln
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"Peter Brozmann: soprano, alto, tenor saxophone, b-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, piano. Han Bennink: drums, piano, viola, banjo, bass clarinet. Recording: A1 & A2 recorded live by Bernhard Arndt on April 8th & 9th, 1977 during the Workshop Freie Musik at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin. A3, A4, A5 & B1 recorded by Jost Gebers on March 26th, 1977 at the Quartier Latin in Berlin. B2 to B5 recorded by Jost Gebers on March 27th, 1977, at the Quartier Latin in Berlin. Produced by Jost Gebers. This album was originally released on FMP, 1977. Original FMP catalog number: FMP 0420." -Cien Fuegos

Artist: BROTZMANN, PETER/HAN BENNINK
Title: Schwarzwaldfahrt
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"180 gram vinyl reissue of this LP, originally released by FMP in 1977. Peter Brötzmann and Han Bennink -- e-flat clarinet, b-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, birdcalls, viola, banjo, cymbals, wood, trees, sand, land, water, air. Recorded open air on a Stellavox recorder by Peter Brötzmann and Han Bennink from May 9th to 11th, 1977 in the Black Forest near Aufen and the Schwarzenbach Talsperre. Produced by Peter Brötzmann and Jost Gebers." -Cien Fuegos.
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Artist: BROTZMANN/BENNINK/VAN HOVE
Title: Balls
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"Cien Fuegos presents live recordings circa 1970 Berlin from the legendary free music duo of German free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann and Dutch jazz drummer and percussionist Han Bennink and pianist Fred Van Hove. Instrumentation: Peter Brotzmann (tenor saxophone), Fred Van Hove (piano), Han Bennink (drums, gachi, shell, voice). Recording: Recorded by Wolfgang Bukatz on August 17th, 1970 in Berlin. Supervision by Hans-Dieter Frankenberg. Produced by Jost Gebers. This album was originally released on FMP, 1975. Original FMP catalog number: FMP 0020." -Cien Fuegos
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Artist: BROTZMANN/BENNINK/VAN HOVE
Title: Tschus
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"Cien Fuegos presents live recordings circa 1975 Berlin from the legendary free music duo of German free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, Dutch jazz drummer and percussionist Han Bennink and pianist/accordionist Fred Van Hove. Instrumentation: Peter Brötzmann (clarinets, alto, tenor & bass saxophone, vocals), Fred Van Hove: (piano, accordion), Han Bennink: (drums, cymbals, Schwirrholz, accordion, clarinets, floor, walls, megaphone, etc.). Recorded by Jost Gebers on Sunday afternoon, September 14th, 1975 at the Quartier Latin in Berlin. A6 was recorded live by Jost Gebers on September 13th, 1975 at the Quartier Latin in Berlin. Produced by Jost Gebers. This album was originally released on FMP, 1970. FMP catalog number: FMP 0230." -Cien Fuegos
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Artist: BROTZMANN/HARRY MILLER/LOUIS MOHOLO, PETER
Title: Opened, But Hardly Touched
Format: Double LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $56.00
"On Opened, But Hardly Touched, the Brötzmann/Miller/Moholo combination displays the most accessible approach of the live trio recordings surveyed. An extemporaneous master who puts the spur in the spur of the moment, reedman Peter Brötzmann is surely one of Albert Aylers most vital sons for his blowing stamina and savage sense of humor. Bassist Harry Miller and drummer Louis Moholo lend the muscle needed to anchor and counterpoint the saxophonists wildest flights. Elsewhere associated with projects having a decidedly ethnic flavor, the two South Africans show off an earthiness that swings hard, in meter and out. The clarity of FMPs November 1980 recording beautifully underlines their contributions. The boundaries between composition and improvisation are intentionally blurred... The musics design suggests a certain inevitability as it effects pendular swings between quietness and intensity, solos and duets, microtones and staunch collective blowing. On the attractive opener, Eine Kleine Nachtmarie, Miller and Moholo pull rhythmically in and out of sync, juggling time against free sections, against the bleat of Brötzmanns soprano stand-in, the tarogato. Special Request for Malibu perhaps best reveals the sonic extremes. The spasmodic throes of Brötzmann on clarinet and tenor contrast with his big soft flaps of breath in duet with arco bass -- as Miller plays sinuous near-electronic sonorities, between notes and white noise. Through all of the performances Moholo pushes, restless and jabbing, but with flexible touch." --Down Beat, 1983; Pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Recorded live by Jost Gebers on November 5th and 6th, 1980 in Berlin. Peter Brötzmann (alto, tenor, and baritone saxophone, E-flat clarinet, tarogato); Harry Miller (double bass); Louis Moholo (drums)." Cien Fuegos.

Artist: BROTZMANN/HARRY MILLER/LOUIS MOHOLO, PETER
Title: The Nearer the Bone, the Sweeter the Meat
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"180 gram vinyl, originally released in 1979 on the FMP label. Peter Brötzmann on soprano, alto, tenor saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Harry Miller on double bass, and Louis Moholo on drums. Recorded by Jost Gebers on August 27th, 1979 at the FMP-Studio in Berlin. Produced by Peter Brötzmann and Jost Gebers." -Cien Fuegos.

Artist: BROTZMANN/VAN HOVE/BENNINK
Title: FMP 0130
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"Pressed on 180-gram vinyl; presented in gatefold sleeve. Cien Fuegos presents a reissue of an untitled LP by Peter Brötzmann, Fred van Hove, and Han Bennink, originally released on FMP in 1973. Peter Brötzmann: clarinet; alto, tenor, baritone, bass saxophones. Fred van Hove: celesta, piano. Han Bennink: drums, khene, rhythm-box, selfmade clarinet, gachi, oe-oe, voice, tins, homemade junk, elong, dhung, kaffir piano, dhung-dkar. Recorded by Dietram Köster on February 25, 1973, Bremen. Photographs by Dagmar Gebers and Krista Brötzmann; design by Peter Brötzmann." - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: BROTZMANN/VAN HOVE/BENNINK PLUS ALBERT MANGELSDORFF
Title: Couscouss de la Mauresque
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $30.00
"Peter Brötzmann: tenor saxophone; Fred Van Hove: piano; Han Bennink: drums, voice; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone. Recorded during the Free Music Market, August 27 and 28, 1971, in Berlin. Designed by Peter Brötzmann. Part of the legendary "Berlin Trilogy" originally released by FMP in 1971 (FMP 0040). 180-gram vinyl. One-time pressing of 500. First standalone reissue." - Cien Fuegos.

"Brötzmanns regular trio was joined by the trombonist Albert Mangelsdorff, one of the most respected German jazz musicians, who has managed to keep abreast of musical developments for more than a decade. Those who remember him only for those fine early-sixties albums (like Tension, on German CBS) will be in for a shock, because hes updated his playing all the way. On Couscouss De La Mauresque, for instance, his tonal distortions rival those of Paul Rutherford, as he backs Brötzmanns wailing with a rip-snorting obligato. He has the advantage of being a virtuous technician, so that some of his wilder flights are truly breathtaking. . . . Mangelsdorffs technique doesnt hinder his fire, either, and hes well able to stand up to the rest of this very hairy band. Van Hove and Bennink obviously know each other inside out by now, and youll hear few more exciting passages of music than their interlude during the trombonists solo on Couscouss. Bennink is getting further into textures every day, and on this album makes great play with his steel-drum and many unidentifiable implements, thus giving the music a great deal of variety. If you wanted to buy just one of these records, it would be very hard to choose because the level is so high throughout." --Richard Williams, Melody Maker, February 5, 1972.

Artist: BROTZMANN/VAN HOVE/BENNINK PLUS ALBERT MANGELSDORFF
Title: Elements
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $30.00
"Peter Brötzmann: tenor saxophone; Fred Van Hove: piano; Han Bennink: drums, voice; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone. Recorded during the Free Music Market, August 27 and 28, 1971, in Berlin. Designed by Peter Brötzmann. Part of the legendary "Berlin Trilogy" originally released by FMP in 1971 (FMP 0030). 180-gram vinyl. One-time pressing of 500. First standalone reissue." - Cien Fuegos.

"What reveals itself in the über energetics on display here is the ability of one quartet to take so much for granted and yet express so much in the process. Van Hove, for instance, shuns all conventions in his approach to the piano: he quotes Liszt and Schubert as well as Ellington and Peterson then wipes all of them out with his elbows as if erasing a chalkboard. His Florence Nightingale is a perfect example. Texturally, he creates diversions from the fury while never disengaging from it. Brötzmann and Mangelsdorff are out and out challenging each other to see who can destroy their instruments first, and Han Bennick is the most proactive percussionist in jazz history. His use of anything and everything while simultaneously playing a trap kit that creates time is astonishing. Elsewhere, on Brötzmanns Elements, African percussion and slow, long opened tonal drones by Mangelsdorff create a backdrop for the other two to explore without rushing in. Brötzmann enters almost tenderly, looking for a room to exit out of, but engaging himself in the microtonalities created by the rhythm section. Van Hoves long augmented chords create a mode for not opening but splintering that exit and Brötzmann ushers the band through in a hurry heading for the outer reaches of the possible. . . . one of the best documents of the period on any continent." --Thom Jurek, AllMusic, 1991.

Artist: BROTZMANN/VAN HOVE/BENNINK PLUS ALBERT MANGELSDORFF
Title: The End
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $30.00
"Peter Brötzmann: tenor saxophone; Fred Van Hove: piano; Han Bennink: drums, voice; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone. Recorded during the Free Music Market, August 27 and 28, 1971, in Berlin. Designed by Peter Brötzmann. Part of the legendary "Berlin Trilogy" originally released by FMP in 1971 (FMP 0050). 180-gram vinyl. One-time pressing of 500. First standalone reissue." - Cien Fuegos.

"The great thing about this trilogy/set is how naturally everything flows. . . . each subdividing of the group, each solo excursion, feels smooth and logical, as though the player(s) in question had nodded to the others as if to say Gimme a minute here, Ive got an idea, and received assent in response. Theres all the ferocity any free jazz diehard could ask for, but it never goes on so long that it becomes schtick, and its always countered by passages that are genuinely beautiful in the most conventional, you-could-play-this-for-your-mom sense. Even without Mangelsdorff, Brötzmann, Van Hove and Bennink were a remarkably empathetic and attuned team, and when he joined them (and these records document their second and third times playing together, ever), everyones game was raised." - Phil Freeman, Burning Ambulance, 2013.

Artist: CAMP SOPHISTO
Title: Songs in Praise of the Revolution
Format: 7"
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $15.00
“New Wave/Industrial/Electronics-Project of Peter Hein (Singer of German Punklegend FEHLFARBEN) in the early 80s. Initially released on Düsseldorfs art/punk PURE FREUDE label. They received rave reviews in NME (“celebratory violence”) and SOUNDS in 1983: “...they convert the punk spirit into a hybrid dance music, if British punk bands would reconsider their attributes and use them in a more positive manner we could have another musical revolution over there, but for now CAMP SOPHISTO are the innovators in that field.” First and final pressing of 500.” - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: DAMMERATTACKE
Title: Tausend Seen
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $28.00
"A psycho-motorik fit of epilepsy is probably the best synonym for "Dämmerattacke!," but this Austrian new wave band were not only set on attacking your bodily movements, they were also set on attacking your ears. Tausend Seen was originally released in a very small quantity in 1982, and is now -- after 30 years -- available again in a remastered edition. Punk rock is skillfully combined with new wave, and this album has the disturbing yet catching feeling of Joy Divisions Closer and it is still an amazing, stand-alone piece of music. Walter Leinwebers melancholic voice adds the perfect portion "anti-pop" to the mix. It all adds up to an extraordinary recording of Austrian underground music history, which has long been out-of-print and very sought-after in the international new/cold wave scene. The record was produced by Konrad Becker and remastered in 2012 by Amann Studios. Members include: Erich Allinger (keys); Michael Andersch (vocals); Thomas Guth (bass); Franz Heuschneider (bass, guitar); Walter Leinweber (guitar, vocals); Wolfgang Leinweber (drums)." -Cien Fuegos.

Artist: EISLER/BROTZMANN/VAN HOVE/BENNINK
Title: Einheitsfrontlied
Format: 7"
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $16.00
"This 7" was originally released on the legendary German FMP label in 1973. Features Hanns Eisler, Peter Brötzmann, Fred Van Hove and Han Bennink." -Cien Fuegos.
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Artist: EXTENDED VERSIONS
Title: Same
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $28.00
"The Extended Versions were one of THE bands in the early 90s in Austria, combining avant-garde, politics, electronics and rock. After two regular albums, they worked as The More Extended Versions with Robert Wyatt for two more albums. Christof Kurzmann later founded the label Charhizma, is active today in the groups Made To Break (with Ken Vandermark), El Infierno Musical, Magic I.D., and others. Christof Kurzmann (bass, vocals, saxophone, sampler); Helmut Heiland (guitar, bass, drum computer). Remastering 2014 by Martin Siewert." - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: HOTEL MORPHILA ORCHESTER
Title: Schwarze Energie
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $28.00
"The Hotel Morphila Orchester was founded in 1978 by Peter Weibel (voice/lyrics) and Loys Egg (guiter/composition). "In the old times in Vienna, every good hotel or coffeehouse had their own orchestra. Since this tradition is extinct today, we call ourselves after a hotel that doesnt exist either. Hotels have a good tradition in rock music: Heartbreak Hotel, Morrison Hotel, Hotel California.... The name of the hotel swings between morbid, morphium, Morpheus (god of dreams/sleep), Mephistopheles, Morphe, Godzilla and indicates the character of the hotel, the guests, the music: monster-rock by machines, music of the metropoles, neon-rock, code-breaker, clinic-music for patients of all kinds." --Peter Weibel; In his unmistakable flow of speech, where no syllable can be assured that it wont drown in the flood of words, Peter Weibel recites the sincere lyrics, pushed by a heavy beat. Peter Weibel is internationally-known for his work as an artist (conceptual, video, media), and he has worked with the Viennese Actionist group, lecturing at various universities since the 70s. Since 1999, he has been the head of the ZKM/Center For Art and Media Karlsruhe. In the 90s, Germanys Chicks On Speed had an underground hit with their cover-version of Hotel Morphila Orchesters "Sex In Der Stadt" (trans. "Sex In The City"). Their only full-length album Schwarze Energie from 1982 is an international collectors item; the re-issue was remastered from the original tapes and pressed to 180 gram vinyl. Includes lyric sheet." -Cien Fuegos.

Artist: KOWALD, PETER QUINTET
Title: s/t
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
“Cien Fuegos present a reissue of Peter Kowald Quintets self-titled album, originally released by FMP in 1972. Personnel: Günter Christmann - trombone; Peter Kowald - tuba, bass, alphorn; Peter van der Locht - alto saxophone; Paul Lovens - drums; Paul Rutherford - trombone. Composed and produced by Peter Kowald. Recorded by Eberhard Sengpiel at Akademie der Künste, Berlin, on January 19th, 1972. First released on FMP as FMP 0070.” - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: MITTAGSPAUSE
Title: s/t
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $28.00
"Legendary German punk pioneers, founded by charismatic singer Peter Hein (later: Fehlfarben) in 1978. Subversive, aggressive and with bitter humor, sharp statements to the situation of society and politics in Germany of the late 70s. The music is slower, more dub-influenced than the typical uptempo punk rock of those times. Peter Hein (vocals); Franz Bielmeier (guitar); Thomas Schwebel (guitar); Markus Oehlen (drums). The album was originally released on Pure Freude as a double 7". Remastering 2014, first and final pressing of 1,000." - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: NITSCH, HERMANN
Title: 25. Aktion (wiederaufgeführt)
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
“Re-performance of 25. Action, March 1982 in the gallery Pakesch, Vienna. The premiere was in New York, in 1968. Hermann Nitsch, an Austrian painter, performance-artist and composer, was a crucial founding artist of "Viennese Actionism". He has held exhibitions and performed all over the world since the 60s. The idea of the very sensual and archaic Orgien Mysterien Theater was developed in the late 50s and has been performed in variations to this day. For this piece, Nitsch works out all settings of the rituals, the feast in great detail, precisely composes days of art, performance, food, wine and music, to celebrate the existence of mankind…” - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: NOVAKS KAPELLE
Title: Naked
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $28.00
"One of the wildest Austrian bands in the late 60s and 70s, with their own mix of prog rock, hard rock, art, porno and extreme live shows. The original of this record is nearly impossible to find, and goes for a couple 100 euros. Now, after more than 30 years, a one-time repress of 750 copies is finally available. Members include: Erwin Novak (drums), Walla Mauritz (vocals), Peter Travnicek (bass), and Paul Braunsteiner (guitar). Recorded in 1977 at Musicland Studios, Munich, remastered in 2013 by Martin Siewert." - Cien Fuegos

Artist: SCHLIPPENBACH TRIO
Title: Pakistani Pomade
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"Cien Fuegos presents a reissue of Pakistani Pomade by the Schlippenbach Trio, originally released on FMP in 1972. Evan Parker: soprano and tenor saxophone; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul Lovens: drums. Recorded by Dietram Köster in November 1972, Bremen. Artwork by Benjamin von Schlippenbach; layout by Peter Brötzmann. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl." - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: SCHOOF ORCHESTRA, MANFRED
Title: European Echoes
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"Cien Fuegos presents a 1969 album from the Manfred Schoof Orchestra -- headed up by popular European avant-garde jazz figure, Manfred Schoof. Originally issued on FMP, the labels first release. Features appearances from musicians such as Peter Brötzmann, Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Paul Rutherford, Evan Parker. Born 1936 in Magdeburg, Manfred Schoof is one of the most popular jazz avant-gardists in Europe. He played in projects like Globe Unity Orchestra, Manfred Schoof Quintet, New Jazz Trio, and many more. Since 1990, he has taught music at the University Of Cologne and works for television and radio. He composed the music for "The Program With The Mouse." Enrico Rava (trumpet); Manfred Schoof (trumpet); Hugh Steinmetz (trumpet); Peter Brötzmann (tenor saxophone); Gerd Dudek (tenor saxophone); Evan Parker (soprano saxophone); Paul Rutherford (trombone); Derek Bailey (guitar); Fred Van Hove (piano); Alexander von Schlippenbach (piano); Irène Schweizer (piano); Arjen Gorter (double bass); Peter Kowald (double bass); Buschi Niebergall (double bass); Han Bennink (drums); Pierre Favre (drums). Recorded by an unknown engineer in June 1969, in Bremen. Produced by Jost Gebers. Cover design: Wolf Walt. Photograph by Johannes Muth." -Cien Fuegos.

Artist: VOGUE, THE
Title: A Doll Spits Cubes
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $28.00
"This legendary Austrian beat/mod/psychedelic band existed from 1978 to 1982. The album A Doll Spits Cubes was self-released by the band in an edition of 300, gone in days, once repressed as a bootleg and heavily sought-after in the years to come until today. The song "Frozen Seas of Lo" made it to #2 in the Austrian charts. With insert." - Cien Fuegos.

Artist: VON SCHLIPPENBACH, ALEXANDER
Title: The Living Music
Format: LP
Label: Cien Fuegos
Country: Austria
Price: $31.00
"180 gram vinyl reissue of German free improvisation pianist and composer Alexander von Schlippenbachs The Living Music, originally released on his own Quasar label in 1969. Recorded by Conny Plank, it features Peter Brötzmann (tenor & baritone saxophone), Manfred Schoof (cornet, flugelhorn), Michael Pilz (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone), Paul Rutherford (trombone), Buschi Niebergall (double bass, bass trombone) and Han Bennink (drums, percussion). The Living Music remains one of the paramount avant/free jazz records." - Cien Fuegos.

"...the six pieces on The Living Music explore the concepts of open spaces and collective improvisation at least as much as they do everyone-solos-at-once clatter." - All Music Guide (4/5) .

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