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Written on: 14/09/2006 by jfderry (208 reviews written)
This is a historical moment caught on a great recording, the astonishing first time outing for Gunter Hampel's new concept of music. So new, that he formed his own Birth Records label to carry it because no other label would/could share the vision.
The concept centres around the collective conversations emerging from the interaction of disparate elements. The novelty arose from the structures that were created for the movement of "New Jazz", or "Free Jazz" as it was becoming known. The… Read Full Review
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