CD Reviews

Angharad Davies – Six Studies

October 7, 2014

CD Confront Recordings I’m not a big fan of the metal tin with a sticker on and vinyl-like CDr series of Confront releases. While I appreciate the flexibility they provide, and the way they allow the label to get releases out quickly and with little expense, I just don’t like the way they look and […]

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CD Reviews

The Sealed Knot – Live at Cafe Oto

August 12, 2013

CD Confront Now this is a difficult one. The Sealed Knot are one of my favourite groups of all time. They were one of the first improv groups that I made special trips into London to watch around the turn of the millennium (previously I had just attended whatever the LMC were putting on, often […]

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CD Reviews

Saturday 8th August

August 8, 2009

Although Barry Chabala’s realisation of Michael Pisaro’s An unrhymed chord composition has just been released on the Confront label as part of the Collector’s Series I have to admit to have been listening to a recording of it quite often over several months. In fact, if I had not already agreed to release a different […]

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CD Reviews

Sunday 12th April

April 12, 2009

Although I have said here before that I always prefer when it is possible to buy CDs directly from a musician or label, one thing I have missed over recent months is a semi-regular trip to the Sound323 record shop to browse through shelves and find things that perhaps you didn’t think you were looking […]

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