FMP CD 21 Duos: Europa America Japan


Peter Kowald

Peter Kowald, double bass, in duos with:

  1. Joëlle Léandre, bass, voice: Soeurbet frereboise (03.51); recorded 14 December 1986 in Berlin.
  2. Seizan Matsuda, shakuhachi: Wind arms (04.39); recorded 11 December 1986 in Tokyo.
  3. Evan Parker, soprano saxophone: Straight angles suite (03.19); recorded 16 August 1987 in Berlin.
  4. Diamanda Galas, voice: Throat I (04.45); recorded 12 March 1986 in Berlin.
  5. Conrad Bauer, trombone: Bein auf stein (04.04); recorded 12 August 1989 in Berlin.
  6. Tom Cora, cello: Growing crazy (02.19); recorded 30 March 1986 in New York.
  7. Andrew Cyrille, drums, voice: Serious fun I (05.23); recorded 30 March 1986 in New York.
  8. Irène Schweizer, piano: Wundenkönigin und Fühlebär (04.49); recorded 14 December 1986 in Berlin.
  9. Akira Sakata, alto saxophone: Birth of signs (03.13); recorded 11 December 1986 in Tokyo.
  10. Masahiko Kono, trombone: Genmai (03.24); recorded 31 March 1986 in Brooklyn, New York.
  11. Peter Brötzmann, tenor saxophone: Trollymog (02.31); recorded 29 June 1986 in Berlin.
  12. Tadao Sawai, koto: The further float (04.19); recorded 23 October 1986 in Tokyo.
  13. Derek Bailey, guitar: Lost lots (02.58); recorded 10 July 1988 in Berlin.
  14. Floros Floridis, clarinet: Giorgos' red (04.19); recorded 1 February 1989 in Athens.
  15. Han Bennink, drums: Diepe Spoeren (03.14); recorded 9 July 1988 in Berlin.
  16. Jeanne Lee, voice: In these last days (03.48); recorded 19 April 1988 in New York.
  17. Keiki Midorikawa, cello: Grüner mori (04.08); recorded 7 October 1986 in Tokyo.
  18. Junko Handa, biwa, voice: Power without power II (05.59); recorded 23 October 1986 in Tokyo.
  19. Danny Davis, alto saxophone: Riff raff go on (01.579); recorded 23 October 1986 in Tokyo.
This is a CD version of FMP LPs 1260, 1270 and 1280 with some tracks different, some the same. A second CD of tracks from the LPs was released in late 2003 as Duos2 (FMP CD 124).


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