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Gerd Dudek
’Smatter / Day and Night
(psi 02.01) / (psi 12.05)
IN HIS brief sleeve narrative to ’Smatter, Gerd Dudek’s first record under his own name, Evan Parker, a luminous fellow saxophonist, expresses a sense of incongruity that his is indeed Dudek’s recorded leadership debut.
The album’s label, psi, is Parker’s label, so the Bristolian’s admiration goes much futher than words. But ’Smatter is indeed a deeply beautiful record, cut by Dudek in 1998 when he was 60 with bandmates familiar enough on the British jazz sene: Chris Laurence on bass, John Parricelli on... read more

 
11 October 2016 in World News, Views: 33
Source: Morning Star
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