Mark Nauseef

Mark Nauseef, Ikue Mori, Evan Parker, Bill Laswell - Near Nadir (2011) {Tzadik}

Mark Nauseef, Ikue Mori, Evan Parker, Bill Laswell - Near Nadir (2011) {Tzadik}
XLD rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 251 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 108 Mb
Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 12 Mb
© 2011 Tzadik | TZ 7636
Jazz / Free Improvisation / Experimental / Electronica

Tzadik is proud to present this historic meeting of four major figures in the new music pantheon, each a master improviser and groundbreaking instrumentalist in their own right. Their work together is symbiotic, telepathic—the music powerful and sensitive, sustaining a hypnotic mood with great attention to detail and subtle nuance. Mixed to perfection by Bill Laswell, this is a landmark recording of electro-acoustic improvisation featuring four pioneers of the genre. Mindblowing!

Mark Nauseef - Wun-Wun (1984)  Music

Posted by zerumuga at Aug. 26, 2009
Mark Nauseef - Wun-Wun (1984)

Mark Nauseef - Wun-Wun
Jazz | 1984 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 92 MB | Time 37:21 | Covers

"...mysteriously moving, thoroughly personal, boundary mocking sounds."

Mark Nauseef - With Space in Mind (1997)  Music

Posted by zerumuga at Aug. 16, 2009
Mark Nauseef - With Space in Mind (1997)

Mark Nauseef - With Space in Mind
Jazz | 1997 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 109 MB | Time 45:08 | Covers

Recorded at The Harmony Hall, Matsumoto, Japan between March 1992 and March 1993. Includes liner notes by Mark Nauseef

Sylvie Courvoisier; Mark Nauseef - Birds of a Feather (1997)  Music

Posted by zerumuga at June 30, 2009
 Sylvie Courvoisier; Mark Nauseef - Birds of a Feather (1997)

Sylvie Courvoisier; Mark Nauseef - Birds of a Feather
Jazz | 1997 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 134 MB | Time 55:56 | Covers
This pairing of pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and percussionist Mark Nauseef is an exploration of the percussive textures not only of sonant concepts, but of electronic ones as well. Courvoisier plays a prepared piano here that is amplified and treated by Nauseef. There is an interlude in five parts followed by a trio of suites, which are bordered by Valsettes and one more interlude. How the different sections interact with each other is by the exploration of durational space and what can be articulated within it, whether it be a note, a series of beats, a rhythm, a crash, or all of them together, solo or in exchange.

Mark Nauseef; Miroslav Tadic - The Snake Music (1994)  Music

Posted by zerumuga at Dec. 6, 2008
 Mark Nauseef; Miroslav Tadic - The Snake Music (1994)

Mark Nauseef; Miroslav Tadic - The Snake Music
Jazz | 1994 | MP3 320Kbps | 118 MB | Time 47:49 | Front Covers

 Mark Nauseef; Miroslav Tadic - The Snake Music (1994)
Joachim Kühn, Mark Nauseef, Tony Newton, Miroslav Tadic - Let's Be Generous (1981)

Joachim Kühn, Mark Nauseef, Tony Newton, Miroslav Tadic - Let's Be Generous
Jazz | 1981 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 127 MB | Time 50:42 | Covers

This 1991 release is a pinnacle of avant-fusion and most of the credit goes to Joachim Kühn's gloriously raw and distorted electronic keyboard sound. As a guitarist, it's hardly surprising that Miroslav Tadic would summon prototypes of ecstatic electric music like Jimi Hendrix and Allan Holdsworth, but for a musician best known as a pianist, and occasionally a rather bland one, it's a real shock to hear the same prototypes summoned by keyboards.
Mark Nauseef, Ikue Mori, Walter Quintus, Sylvie Courvoisier - Albert (2006)

Mark Nauseef, Ikue Mori, Walter Quintus, Sylvie Courvoisier - Albert
Jazz | 2006 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 125MB | Time 54:03 | Front Cover
This recording is a tribute to Albert Hofmann who celebrated his 100th birthday on January 11th, 2006.
  Howard Levy, Miroslav Tadic, Mark Nauseef - The Old Country (1996)

Howard Levy, Miroslav Tadic, Mark Nauseef - The Old Country
Jazz | 1996 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 103 MB | Time 42:32 | Covers

After a catchy start on "Invocation," the world-influenced music from former Flecktone Levy (diatonic harmonicas, jew's harp, clavichord), Tadic (guitars, bass guitar), and Nauseef (percussion, drums) deteriorates into performances that are rudderless, timid, and lacking cohesion and verve. Things peak at mid-point in the 12 tunes, but fail to maintain momentum. Sounding more like three self-indulgent guys diddling around in the early morning hours, their scattered music holds little to pique listener interest.
Michel Godard; Miroslav Tadic; Mark Nauseef - Loose Wires (1997)

Michel Godard; Miroslav Tadic; Mark Nauseef - Loose Wires
Jazz | 1997 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 106 MB | Time 41:25 | Covers

Born near Belfort (France) in 1960, Michel Godard soon established himself as an extraordinarily versatile exponent of the tuba, pursuing a career in jazz and classical music.Today he is one of the most virtous tuba and serpent players in Jazz as well as in improvised music. This site informs about his activities in its diversity.

Ian Gillan Band - Child in Time (1976/2007)  Music

Posted by stfine at Aug. 12, 2010
Ian Gillan Band - Child in Time (1976/2007)

Ian Gillan Band - Child in Time (1976/2007)
FLAC image+cue+log+scans | 00:35:53 | 270 MB (+3%)
Progressive Rock | Label: AMR Archive, AIRAC-1383

"Child In Time" is an album by British progressive rock band Ian Gillan Band, released in 1976. The album took its title from the Deep Purple song "Child in Time", a version of which appears on side two of the LP. This was Ian Gillan's first release after leaving Deep Purple, and also features his former "Deep Purple" colleague Roger Glover. It's more Pink Floyd mellow-bluesy sounded then "Deep Purple" albums.