28 September 2014

JEAN-LOUIS CHAUTEMPS - JEAN-PIERRE DROUET - DANIEL HUMAIR - FRANÇOIS JEANNEAU - JEAN-FRANÇOIS JENNY-CLARK - HENRI TEXIER ‎– SOLI SOLO... PLUS (ARC - LES AMIS DU MUSÉE D'ART MODERNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS, 1985)




A1. Scherzoid
A2. Espace Sonore N°1
A3. Pierre Molinier
A4. La Tex Au Logis

B1. Crac
B2. Solo Plus
B3. Zarbale
B4. Heliodanse
B5. Improvisation Pour Tom Et Gongs


Jean-Louis Chautemps, saxophone
Jean-Pierre Drouet, drums
Daniel Humair, drums
François Jeanneau, saxophone
Jean-François Jenny-Clark, double bass
Henri Texier, double bass


Recorded at the auditorium of the Musée D'Art Modern de la Ville de Paris.

Arc - Les Amis Du Musée D'Art Moderne De La Ville De Paris - 581

LP Rip





9 comments:

Nick said...

GF

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SamRivers D said...
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Nick said...

They don't all play it together, Sam

Chris said...

Thanks Nick these French guys are the best.

SOTISE said...

thanks!!

Clown-zo Ami said...

Drouet was part of the under-rated, yet great band called "New Phonic Art", and also of course a member of the Stockhausen gang around the time of the infamous and mind-blowing "From the 7 Days" stuff. I have had good luck ordering from the Stockhausen operation in Germany- go for it![Come to think of it JF-JC was a key member then,too. I will be interested to see people post comments about the actual music on this interesting contribution!

-Otto- said...

Thank you, Nick!

Solomon said...

Thank you.

SamRivers D said...

I find this a very enjoyable floating mobile of configurations and solos, impeccably presented by our poster. Jeanneau & Chautemps balance each other quite effectively. A strong showing from Texier. Bravo to Humair for a fine job directing this whole affair. That being said, Drouet's inclusion does feel like an afterthought, though one can be grateful for even a brief chance to hear him outside of NPA, Berio, Stockhausen... I'm delighted to hear he came under the tutelage of René Leibowitz (check out his Beethoven symph cycle!), Barraqué, and Hodeir. Wow! What an upbringing!
Anyway, I was surprised at moments where I could have been fooled I was hearing a Vandermark group (though with broader emotional color)! Thanks again for sharing this!