Since the mid-1960s there has been determined and persistent presence in music making that owes nothing to establishment preferences, fashionable nuances or market forces. Experimentalism and improvisation speak of enquiry, curiousity and adventure in music. And, albeit that these practices have had to exist within the corrosive slipstream of the aforementioned tendencies, the search for meaningful and fulfilling musical expression can only become real through and towards self-empowerment.
Improvisation | Barry Guy | CDs | Eddie Prévost | Evan Parker | Keith Rowe
Free Jazz | CDs | Eddie Prévost | John Edwards | Nathaniel Catchpole
Improvisation | Alexander von Schlippenbach | CDs | Christof Thewes | DVDs | Eddie Prévost | Evan Parker | John Edwards
DVDs | Eddie Prévost | Jennifer Allum | John Butcher | Ricardo Tejero | Ute Kanngiesser
Uncategorisable | Axel Dörner | CDs | Eddie Prévost | Kai Fagaschinski | Noid | Sachiko M | Taku Unami