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Pascal Marzan / John Russell - Translations Musikalbum

Pascal Marzan / John Russell - Translations Musikalbum Darsteller: Pascal Marzan / John Russell
Titel: Translations
Stil: Free Improvisation
Category: Jazz
Datum der Freigabe: Jul 2011
Land: UK
Etikett: Emanem
Katalognummer: 5019
Size MP3: 2232 mb
Size FLAC: 1402 mb
Rating: 4.2


2Don't Tease Your Cat18:27
4Eighty-Eight Beautiful Canals10:57
5In Mr Niwa's Garden, Two Chickens Suddenly Ate A Crocodile11:04


  • GuitarJohn Russell
  • Guitar, Recorded ByPascal Marzan


Digital recordings made in London
Tracks 1-3 on 2007 February 5
Trackx 4-5 on 2010 March 22


Russell's duo with French guitarist Pascal Marzan dates back to 2004, and typifies the links he has made with other musicians. The recordings here date from February 2007 and March 2010, in both cases recorded at Russell's home of the time, which helps to explain their relaxed, happy-go-lucky atmosphere. In his sleeve notes, Marzan gives a telling insight into the recordings, noting that the only sounds removed were some unavoidable external noise and the subsequent bursts of laughter and discussion about music. The magic of Pascal Marzan and John Russell's Translations lies in the miraculous pliability of strings. The two guitarists are dangerously adventurous, although one is slightly more programmatic than the other still, both artists test the elasticity of their nylon and steel strings to the maximum extent. It is almost certain, however, that Marzan and Russell did not set out to make this album as edgy as it turned out too much of it sounds unscripted, with music stuttering at first, then billowing out and swelling, as the guitarists get underway. It ebbs and flows and swirls again, as f. Translations 2010. Pascal Marzan, John Russell Artist Format: Audio CD. Be the first to review this item. Delivery Details. John Russell-guitar. Pascal Marzan-guitar. Click an artist name above to see in-stock items for that artist. Artist Biographies: , Show Bio for John Russell. John Russell got his first guitar in 1965 while living in Kent and began to play in and around London from 1971 onwards. An early involvement with the emerging free improvisation scene from 1972 followed, seeing him play in such places as The Little Theatre Club, Ronnie Scott's, The Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Musicians' Co-Op. Additional Personnel, Information. John Russell: guitar Pascal Marzon: guitar. Recording Emanem Translations Pascal Marzan. Translations by John Eyles. About Pascal Marzan. Articles Tour Music Photos Related Search SHOP. Help improve the Translations page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested Tell us why you would like to improve the Translations musician page. SLOW AND SEXY BLUES Marzan is a classically trained musician active in Paris, his home city, both as an improviser and organiser of improvised music events. Although less well-known in England, he has performed on a number of occasions with English improvisers recently, including Steve Beresford, Keith Rowe, John Russell and the London Improvisers Orchestra. Pascals solo per read more. Pascal and I first met in 2004 and our first public appearance was for the indefatigable Adam Bohman as part of his concert series at The Bonnington in London's Vauxhall district. Since then we have played a number of concerts both in England and France and also recorded our private sessions, excerpts from which, chosen by Pascal, can be found here. Pascal's background as a nylon-strung classical guitarist and mine as a steel-strung plectrum player are quite different and this naturally informs our music. By the way, if you don't like guitars you won't like this CD-John Russell, from the liner notes. number: EMANEM 5019. John Russell & Roger Turner - The Second Sky CD, Album. 이 버전 판매. ACTA 14. Stefan Keune, John Russell. Stefan Keune, John Russell - Excerpts & Offerings CD, Album. Pascal Marzan, John Russell - Translations CD, Album. DEN008. Album UK 2011 on Emanem label Jazz Free Improvisation. Digital recordings made in London Tracks 1-3 on 2007 February 5 Trackx 4-5 on 2010 March 22. Eighty-Eight Beautiful Canals. Pascal Marzan, John Russell. In Mr Niwa's Garden, Two Chickens Suddenly Ate A Crocodile. External Links