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Front cover of the albul FREEJAZZART
Single CD
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JACQUES COURSIL with ALAN SILVA

FREEJAZZART

Jacques Coursil
Alan Silva

“Two giants from the glory days working perfectly here on a contemporary set of duets!”


Jacques Coursil: trumpet
Alan Silva: double bass


An Evening and a Night at THE ANNEX Bar - Pat 1 (3:14)
An Evening and a Night at THE ANNEX Bar - Pat 2 (3:51)
An Evening and a Night at THE ANNEX Bar - Pat 3 (2:25 ) Play An Evening and a Night at THE ANNEX Bar - Pat 4 (4:01)
An Evening and a Night at THE ANNEX Bar - Pat 5 (2:41)
Brooklyn Bridge, the River, the Metal and the Wind (3:05)
Brooklyn Bridge, the River, the Metal and the Wind (3:08)
Brooklyn Bridge, the River, the Metal and the Wind (2:51)
Brooklyn Bridge, the River, the Metal and the Wind (2:21)
Brooklyn Bridge, the River, the Metal and the Wind (2:41)
Bennington-New York Round Trip - Part 1 (2:04)
Bennington-New York Round Trip - Part 2 (2:26)
Bennington-New York Round Trip - Part 3 (1.30)
Bennington-New York Round Trip - Part 4 (2:47)
Bennington-New York Round Trip - Part 5 (3:57)

All compositions by Jacques Coursil

Recorded on November 22nd and 23rd by Christophe Hauser at La Muse en Circuit, Alfortville, France
Mixing: Christophe Hauser (FreeBaseStudio)
Mastering: Jurgen Müller, Pink Noise Musikproduction, Aachen, Allemagne
Photographs: «ROGUEART»
Cover design: Max Schoendorff
Cover realisation: David Bourguignon
Executive producer: Michel Dorbon

The three free sessions of Free Jazz Art, in duo with Alan Silva, came out in one go (with Christophe Hauser, sound engineer and subtle arranger). Alan knew all the procedures in advance having lived through the same experience with Dixon though at a different period. It was easy, because he and I are old friends, having so often played together and so often wandered in the hectic New York of the sixties. Already at that time, he had found his remarkable style of bowed double bass. Jacques Coursil, excerpt from liner notes

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