Dunmall​-​Park​-​Sanders (Birmingham, 02​-​15​-​11)

by Paul Dunmall, Han-earl Park and Mark Sanders

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“An expert lesson on group interplay and spontaneous compositions.” Paul Acquaro (Free Jazz)

“Eschewing conventional groove but adhering to solos and telepathic communications, conjuring the jazz trio hierarchy as imagined by Albert Ayler.” Marc Medwin (New York City Jazz Record)

“On sait les liens qui unissent Dunmall et Sanders – ce qu’ils ont pu donner par le passé : de Shooters Hill enregistré en sextette en présence de Paul Rutherford à I Wish You Peace du Moksha Big Band –, c’est donc la présence de Park – que l’on a pu entendre récemment auprès d’un autre britannique de taille, Lol Coxhill, sur Mathilde [Mathilde 253], et se fit remarquer déjà auprès de Dunmall et Sanders sur un Live at the Glucksmann Gallery – qui intéresse ici. Aux salves imparables du ténor, il oppose des nappes et quelques arpèges accrochés quand Sanders compte les points avec aplomb.
“Plus loin, c’est à la cornemuse puis au soprano qu’intervient Dunmall : pour déjouer ses tours (de force et d’adresse), Park choisit une nouvelle fois la subtilité : ses accords étouffés renversent les échanges du trio, transformés bientôt en horizontalité sur laquelle les trois hommes s’entendent alors en apaisés.” Guillaume Belhomme (Le son du grisli)

Two non-stop sets of improvised music. This live recording juxtaposes the formidable creativity and muscular technique of veteran improviser-saxophonist Paul Dunmall, the imaginative cyborgian virtuosity of guitarist Han-earl Park, and the ever inventive playing of Mark Sanders, arguably the most sought-after improviser-drummer of his generation.

Recorded on February 15, 2011 at The Lamp Tavern, Birmingham, presented by Mike Hurley/Fizzle and Improvisation Birmingham.

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released January 12, 2013

Paul Dunmall: saxophones and bagpipes.
Han-earl Park: guitar.
Mark Sanders: drums.

Performance presented by Mike Hurley/Fizzle and Improvisation Birmingham.
All music by Paul Dunmall, Han-earl Park and Mark Sanders.
Recorded and mastered by Chris Trent.
Artwork by Han-earl Park.

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Han-earl Park Cork, Ireland

Improviser, guitarist and constructor Han-earl Park (박한얼) has been crossing borders and performing fuzzily idiomatic, on occasion experimental, always traditional, open improvised musics. Ensembles include Mathilde 253 with Charles Hayward and Ian Smith, Eris 136199 with Nick Didkovsky and Catherine Sikora, and Numbers with Richard Barrett. ... more

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