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Guy Klucevsek is one of the world’s first and foremost accordion virtuosos, performing with the likes of Laurie Anderson, Anthony Braxton, Dave Douglas, Bill Frisell, Fred Frith and the Kronos Quartet, among many others. His music has graced theater productions, films, dance concerts and he has toured with his ensembles the world over. Guy’s third CD for Tzadik presents a series of charming new compositions filled with the patented Klucevsek wit and humor, and is scored for a fabulous quartet of some of his closest collaborators. A new CD from Guy is always a delight, and this is one of his very best.
In East Germany in the early 1970’s Martin Zeichnete worked as a sound editor for DEFA, (Deutsche Film-Aktiengesellschaft), the state-owned film studio. Like many young East Germans of the time he would listen furtively to West German radio at night and became infatuated with the Kosmische Musik or ‘Krautrock’ epitomised by the likes of Kraftwerk, Neu! and Cluster emerging from his neighbouring country. Martin, a keen runner, hit upon the idea of using the repetitive, motorik beats of this new music as a training aid for athletes. He thought it could benefit the mind as well as the body with the pulsing, hypnotic music bringing focus. A ‘borrowed’ prototype of Andreas Pavel’s Stereobelt showed Martin the technology to provide music on the move already existed and could easily be adapted for runners.
Guy Lafitte was one of the greatest french jazz musician. This pleasant,sympathetic man from the Pyrenees,a mountainous region of the south of France, near Spain, started his career in Paris just after World War II, and often played with great american soloists, including Bill Coleman,Lucky THompson,Sammy Price or even Sonny Rollins. He loved music, friendship, good wine and cassoulet, and his death a few months ago, aged 71,was a great loss.In this Black & Blue reissuue, he pays his dues to his master Coleman Hawkins ("It's the talk of the town","Stuffy","One for the Bean") gives us a marvelous version of "Body and soul", Hawk's tune, and even plays a Charles Trenet's song,"Bonsoir jolie Madame". This is great mainstream jazz,great tenor saxophone, and listening to it,I remember a TV broadcast where Guy was filmed in a New York club playing with Ray Bryant and reaching the stars.