Result of some experiments earlier in the week working with 2 input signals from guitar and walkman.
Dave Jackson has posted a recording from some of the regular sessions that happened at The Milkroom. It’s a smaller group featuring him on sax, Richard Harrison on percussion and myself on guitar. These were really fun sessions with a rotating cast of Manchester players week by week. http://davejackson.bandcamp.com/album/jbh-7-12-2010
Video turned up of my reading of Italo Calvino’s ‘Visibilty’, part of a project instigated by Danielle Ledda at University of Cagliari in Sardinia on Calvino’s ‘6 memos for the next millenium’. Playing from other manc improvisers here.
Some splendid shots from Joincey of Saturdays swiftly rearranged gig; church to living room in one quick move: turned out very well in the end.
Nice little recording here from Frakture of a duo with Phil Lucking on Trumpet from last Centrifuge do at Kro Bar.
pictures from Noise Upstairs last night, full set here all taken by Paul Green. Definitely can’t keep my feet still!
recorded @ Union House Todmorden, sept 2010 Dave Birchall & Dan Weaver using electric guitar, double bass, box of bits and assorted objects
Saturday 6th November Catatumbo Ingrid Laubrock: saxophones Ingrid Laubrock is a founder member of the F-IRE collective, currently resident in New York she has worked with Evan Parker, Kenny Wheeler and Polar Bear amongst others. “darkly beautiful and breathtakingly inventive” All About Jazz Olie Brice: double bass A mainstay on the London improvising scene hasContinue reading “Catatumbo in Manchester”
from solo set @ Nip and Tipple, Whalley Range, Manchester on 13th September. Also playing at a couple of gigs this coming week: Thursday 23rd September ‘Centrifuge 6’ @ Kro Bar, Manchester Sunday 26th September ‘St Lukes All Dayer’ @ St. Lukes Church, Liverpool Then following Friday 1st October really excited to be promoting thisContinue reading “live guitar action”
Recorded at Quadelectronic 27 event last tuesday at Quad Studios, Leicester. See more on Jims youtube channel here.