Peter Brötzmann Sextet / Peter Brötzmann Quartet - More Nipples album FLAC
- Performer: Peter Brötzmann Sextet
- Title: More Nipples
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: MP3 ASF DXD TTA AU AA FLAC
- Released: 2003
- Style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
- MP3 album: 1118 mb
- FLAC album: 1218 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 152
Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet – Nipples. Label: Atavistic – UMS/ALP205CD. The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, The Peter Brötzmann Quartet - Nipples (LP, Album).
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Nipples (Peter Brötzmann album). Nipples is a 1969 album by free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, originally released on the Calig record label. The title track is performed by a sextet comprising Brötzmann (tenor saxophone), Evan Parker (also on tenor saxophone), Derek Bailey (guitar), Fred Van Hove (piano), Han Bennink (drums), and Buschi Niebergall (bass).
Songs from More Nipples by Quartet, The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet. Free download and listen More Nipples. Tracks count: 3. Views: 0. Quartet, The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - More Nipples 17:25. Quartet, The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - Fiddle Faddle 13:22. Quartet, The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - Fat Man Walks 09:25.
Download The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - Nipples. Nipples: Best 1 songs. The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - Tell A Green Man 15:32. The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet: best 2 tracks. The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - Tell A Green Man Nipples, 2000 15:32. Quartet, The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet - More Nipples More Nipples, 2006 17:25. Artist: The Peter Brötzmann Sextet, Quartet.
Nipples is a 1969 album by free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, originally released on the Calig record label. The other track featured, "Tell a Green Man", is performed by a quartet made up of Brötzmann, Van Hove, Niebergall, and Bennink. The album was reissued on CD by Atavistic Records as part of their Unheard Music Series in 2000
Initially, Nipples seems like the work of a sextet of toddlers who have been unleashed in a room full of musical instruments. After the third or fourth time through, though, a logic begins to present itself. There's a point about two-thirds of the way through Nipples where all the instruments- with the exception of Peter Brotzmann's tenor sax- stop playing. For about one minute, the sax emits long, almost toneless keenings. The sound just doesn't make sense. Then, you realize that Peter Brotzman has stopped playing his saxophone, and Papa Legba has taken over instead. Papa Legba is riding this man's sax- a human being could not possibly be responsible for a noise like this.
Much has been said and written about Peter Brötzmann's Machine Gun, an album as violently intense as the title implies. But as seminal and acclaimed as that album is, Nipples, recorded around the same time with many of the same people, seems to be forgotten. Less dense, "Tell a Green Man" leaves more room for Bennink to come to the forefront in a leaner quartet rounded out by Brötzmann, Van Hove, Niebergall, and Bennink. Recorded in 1969, Nipples is a vibrant, early testament of this cast's lasting talent and creativity.
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- Made By – Americ Disc
- Recorded At – Tonstudio Bauer
- Recorded At – Rhenus Studio
- Mastered At – Airwave Recording Studios
- Bass – Buschi Niebergall
- Composed By – P. Brötzmann*
- Cover – Brötzmann*
- Design – ATAWorld, PMFroehle*
- Drums – Han Bennink
- Engineer [Sound] – Conny Plank (tracks: 2, 3), Kurt Rapp (tracks: 1)
- Guitar – Derek Bailey (tracks: 1)
- Mastered By – John McCortney
- Photography By [Parker, Brötzmann] – Hans Harzheim
- Piano – Fred Van Hove
- Producer – John Corbett
- Tenor Saxophone – Evan Parker (tracks: 1), Peter Brötzmann
- Transferred By [Tape Transfer] – Jost Gebers
- Typography [Lettering] – Brö.*
NotesTrack 1 Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, April 18, 1969.
Track 2 & 3 Rhenus Studio, Godorf, April 24, 1969.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 735286223620
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L481
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 8108
- Matrix / Runout: 2SDW1<0241>ALP236CD
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN CANADA BY AMERIC DISC