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STEVE BERESFORD TREVOR TAYLOR IAN BRIGHTON
Kontakte Trio [FMRCD449]

The Kontakte Trio ( Beresford , Brighton and Taylor) evolved from one FMR's 30th year anniversary recording sessions at the Toni Visconti studio in Kingston University earlier this year. Taylor and Brighton had been playing together since the early 70's yet never had the opportunity to work with pianist and electronics improviser Steve Beresford. The primary objective as a trio was to explore their common interests in the electronics aspect of improvised music as well as that of the acoustic instrumentation. The recorded output, they feel, is uncompromising and surprising.


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GLASGOW IMPOROVISERS ORCHESTRA
THE WORD FOR IT NOW [FMRCD458]

A great new release from GIO featuring two main pieces. 'Bit in the air' is a collaboration with GIO and artist Cath Keay whilst A peculiar slumber 1 (For whichever Angle) A peculiar slumber (Near and Remote) is a response by GIOs Graeme Wilson to theatricality of the CGA Spain when the ensemble rehearse


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Alan Tomlinson. Dave Tucker. Phillip marks
OUT AND OUT [FMRCD459]

Recorded at various locations including the Lamp Tavern Birmingham, Lancaster, London and the Harwich festival, Our and Out documents the tremendous power and intensity of this groups improvisations


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Paul Dunmall. Percy Pursglove. Tony Orell
Nothing in Stone [FMRCD463]

Great new session by the incredible Paul Dunmall, this time with Percy Pursglove doubling bass and Trumpet and Tony Orell. on drums , percussion Recorded at Jazz at the Fringe, Bristol, 13th September 2017. Recorded, mixed, mastered by Chris Trent. Special thanks to Jon Taylor. Photographs Jon Taylor. Front cover artwork by Trevor Taylor (3 Musicians after Picasso)


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PETER KUHN KYLE MOTL NATHAN HUBBARD
Intention [FMRCD467]

The Peter Kuhn Trio is back with Intention, in this exciting new release on FMR Records. In this music, Kuhn, Motl, and Hubbard display an ever-deepening rapport and nuanced communication that reflects their clear commitment to musical excellence as individuals and a working trio


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Udo Schindler Krhan Erle Sebastiano Tramontana.  [FMRCD471]

great set of high quality improvisation continues Udo SchIndlers recent work on FMR!


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Paul Dunmall. Frank Paul Schubert. Sebatsiano Dessanay. Jim Bashford
Sign of the Times [FMRCD472]

Recorded at the Lamp Tavern Birmingham, 10/10/2017. and Recorded, mixed Matthew O'Malley. This wonderful improvisation features 3 tracks 'Sign of the times', Talior' and 'Blues in the colour on my beloved' Wood engraving Paul Dunmall. Produced for FMR by Trevor Taylor.


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CHRIS CALDWELL. GRAEME BLEVINS. PETER WYMAN. TIM HOLMES Bowie, Berlin and Beyond
Delta Saxophone Quartet [FMRCD473]

Great new release from the DELTA saxophone quartet, featuring 14 tracks , a mix of the imaginary footsteps of David Bowie and his Berlin years The music here explores and revisits the period when Bowie experimented with the ambient world of Brian Eno, free improvisation , and the minimalist works of classical composer Phillip Glass


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JASNA JOVICEVIC SEXTET
FLOW VERTICAL [FMRCD475]

Flow vertcal is a research of sound vibrations though music, and its direct impact on our body, mind, and enegy. I explore certain sound freqyuencies through creative process, conceptually dividing seven compositions according to seven main psychic centres in the human body - from Mooladhara t0 Sahasrara charka. We all travelled this journey together , leaving our own prints with love and blessing. Jasna


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GILES THORNTON BIG BAND
BE IN TODAY [FMRCD485]

The first ever big band recording on FMR ! This has been an incredibly ambitious and rewarding project, which has involved a lot of people. I am truly grateful for their hard work. Thank you to all who pledged in my crowdfunding campaign. With your help, I was able to create the album, that I wanted to make. Thank you to Tom Richards, who was a huge mentor throughout the creative process. Thank you to Neil Birse, who helped me produce and kept me sane. Thank you to Ben Lamdin for engineering the recording and advising me throughout. Thank you to Peter Beckmann at TechnologyWorks LTD for mastering the album. Thank you to my parents for their support. Finally, a massive thank you to all the musicians who played and sung on the record- it was truly overwhelming to hear them play and sing so beautifully. I hope you enjoy listening to the album, as much as I did enjoy creating it! Giles Thornton

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