|A2||Cat's Flux 2||5:45|
|A4||Left Of The Neo-Left||1:12|
|B3||Some Mother Blues||8:30|
|B4||What's Left Of The Neo-Left||1:55|
|INCUS 5||Evan Parker & Paul Lytton||Collective Calls (Urban) (Two Microphones) (LP, RP)||Incus||INCUS 5||UK||Unknown|
|psi 02.05||Evan Parker / Paul Lytton*||Collective Calls (Urban) (Two Microphones) (CD, Album, RE)||psi||psi 02.05||UK||2002|
Продавец: Официальный магазин Parker. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Никольская, 25. ОГРН: 1117154033237
Composed By – Parker, Lytton. Percussion, Electronics, Sounds, Noises – Paul Lytton. Photography By – Alan Johnston. Recorded By – Bob Woolford. Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Instruments, Tape – Evan Parker. Typography – Avril Hodges.
4 Left Of The Neo-Left 1:18. 5 Lytton Perdu 13:26. 6 Voice Fragment 0:25. 7 Some Mother Blues 8:06. 8 What's Left Of The Neo-Left 2:00. evan parker paul lytton - 1972 - collective calls (urban) (two microphones)/ - . 0. evan parker paul lytton - 1972 - collective calls (urban) (two microphones)/01 Peradam. evan parker paul lytton - 1972 - collective calls (urban) (two microphones)/02 Cat's Flux . lac - 2. 5. evan parker paul lytton - 1972 - collective calls (urban) (two microphones)/03 Shaker.
The duo of Parker and Lytton lodges readily under the canopy of other like-minded partnerships in creative improvised music. Think Lyons and Taylor or Cherry and Coleman. In a region of music that is nary a half century old, it’s a special thing for players to span the decades together and have an active union of ideas still survive. Much of the music registers as a difficult listen, with Parker opting for pitch-strained overtones and Lytton answering with analagously oblique harmonics on what sounds like bowed metallic surfaces. Peradam is an exception, more closely aligned with the conventional sound properties of their respective instruments, as Parker blows knotted note flurries and Lytton pounds out galloping press rolls.
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04 Left of the Neo-Left. 07 Some Mother Blues. 08 What's Left of the Neo-Left. Collective Calls (Urban) (Two Microphones). Evan Parker & Paul Lytton - Collective Calls (Urban) (Two Microphones).
Evan Shaw Parker (born 5 April 1944) is a British saxophone player who plays free jazz. Recording and performing prolifically with many collaborators, Parker was a pivotal figure in the development of European free jazz and free improvisation. He has pioneered or substantially expanded an array of extended techniques. Collective Calls (Urban) (Two Microphones) (Incus, 1972) with Paul Lytton. At the Unity Theatre (Incus, 1975) with Paul Lytton. Saxophone Solos (Incus, 1976). Monoceros (Incus, 1978).
Super Rare Evan Parker & Paul Lytton - Collective Calls Incus 5 (Urban) (Two Microphones) UK 1972 Free Jazz, Free Improvisation Percussion, Electronics, Effects, Noises - Paul Lytton Saxophone, Performer, Tape - Evan Parker Comes in lightweight paper sleeve and does not have original inner sleeve.