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  • Akit says:
    Recording Dates: Track 1 & 2: 17 March at The Worm, Rotterdam Track 3: 21 August at the Red Rose, London Track 4 & 5: 18 March at L'Archiduc, Brussels/5(4).
  • Jule says:
    Thanks to Lol Coxhill's extensive background in jazz, Veryan Weston's classical studies, and both musicians' decision to fully embrace their pasts instead of restricting their playing to one specific aesthetic, the music can leap and bounce from non-referential "pure" improv to swinging interludes or bombastic passages.5/5(1).
  • Tamuro says:
    Mar 17,  · By , Coxhill and Weston had been playing together for over 25 years, and yet the only previous album completely devoted to this duo is the Emanem CD Boundless. Worms Organising Archdukes is not a redundant document, to say the least. The album features pieces from three different concerts.9/
  • Yozshukazahn says:
    At the start of the first, Weston's rippling backdrop gives the piece a romantic setting that evolves but is never lost. In the second, Coxhill takes control early, with some quiet but sustained.
  • Nesida says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Inimitable on Discogs/5(9).
  • Fenrinris says:
    Later on Lol Coxhill teamed up with David Bedford as The Coxhill/Bedford Duo. They recorded a 45, Pretty Little Girl, for John Peel's Dandelion label. It was a jolly little ditty – possibly subversive for its apparent lack of any kind of subversion. I was lucky enough to see them at the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol in either or
  • Kigashicage says:
    performer lol coxhill index 00 file "03 - first encounter part maccpepcongviticatocontkingsulbiohar.co" wave index 01 track 04 audio title "side one part one" performer lol coxhill index 00 file "04 - side one part maccpepcongviticatocontkingsulbiohar.co" wave index 01 track 05 audio title "side one part two" performer lol coxhill index 00 file "05 - side one.
  • Tojall says:
    Worms. The bridge over the Rhine Another postcard with a very similar view labels this "Ernst Ludwigbrucke". The first permanent bridge across the Rhine near at worms was build in It was called the Ernst Ludwig bride and was destroyed during .

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