27 June 2013

EVAN PARKER & BARRY GUY ‎– TAI KYOKU (JAZZ & NOW, 1985)



A.  Tai Kyoku I

B1. Tai Kyoku II
B2. Tai Kyoku III


Evan Parker, saxophone
Barry Guy, bass


Side A Recorded 9 November 1985 in Hiroshima
Side B Recorded 21 November 1985 in Tokyo Meguro

Jazz & Now ‎– 3

Vinyl Rip

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

these two are always play good together,
thanks much, Nick!

James Manion said...

Thank you Nick as always, great stuff!

onxidlib said...

Very, very nice to see this.
Thanks Nick. Forgot to buy it some weeks ago when I saw it at discogs and then it was gone.
So it is especially great to be able to hear it now!

slovenlyeric said...

Question: does anyone know if there is any truth to the story that Evan Parker is going to stop releasing music via PSI Records. I assume the story is true and probably connects to the move by Emanem's founder to Spain, but I am not sure. No more Emanem or PSI? Sad, if true.

onxidlib said...

Evan Parker has not the wish to stop releasing on PSI - that's what he told me on the 10th of January.
But with the relocation of Martin Davidson to Spain no one knows how PSI will be continued or who will be responsible for the actual work concerning the production.
Evan Parker obviously has not enough time for such a task.
...and I do not think EMANEM will cease its productions.
See also what he writes on the website > http://www.emanemdisc.com/news.html

slovenlyeric said...

Thank you for the quick reply to my question. It looks like a tough situation from what Davidson says in the link you indicated. What he says there corresponds with what I have heard regarding the loss of distribution. Sad.

john said...

Thanks for this one,which I'd never heard of.

David said...

Is it possible to reup this please? Thanks!

Nick said...


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francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

David said...

Thanks Nick!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Nick for the reup. This fits nicely since I have a serious crush on Evan Parker's music since I saw him playing with Schlippenbach a year ago. Yes, I am a noobie to free improvisation, coming from completely different sonic spheres.

Paul Woods said...

Re other comments on Emanem and PSI I can see entirely where Martin Davidson is coming from and why he has not committed to future releases. Have just bought Evan's As The Wind and is a must hear. Excellent service from EmamenDisc