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Okkyung Lee / Bill Orcutt - Live At Cafe Oto
Okkyung Lee / Bill Orcutt
Live At Cafe Oto
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Otoroku)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Otoroku is proud to present the full recording of the first meeting between Bill Orcutt (USA) and Okkyung Lee (South Korea). Individually these players have focussed on an idiosyncratic approach to their chosen instruments and technique. Okkyung is one of the most singular voices to compromise the cello's 'classical' origin, whilst Orcutt has spent many years developing a unique abstraction of traditional guitar blues.Live at Cafe Oto is an uncompromising combination of these individual elements and an ecstatic improvised assault of mind and sense.180 gram vinyl. Matte sleeve with artwork by Bill Orcutt. Limited edition of 500 copies.
Pat Thomas - The Elephant Clock Of Al Jazari
Pat Thomas
The Elephant Clock Of Al Jazari
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Otoroku)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Recorded live at OTO in May 2015 and mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi, the LP comprises four typically genre-defying and sonically dexterous pieces from one of the UK's most extraordinary pianists.In Pat's own words:The title for this Album, was inspired by the incredible automatic water clock invented by Badi' al-Zaman ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazari. Al Jazari refers to the fact he was born in Al Jazira which lies between the Tigris and the Euphrates in what is now Northern Iraq. Badi al Zaman means prodigy of the age. He is known by historians of technology as the father of modern robotics. The Elephant Clock at seven metres high is a testament to his engineering genius, it utilizes Greek water raising technology, combined with an Indian elephant, Egyptian phoenix, Arabian figures, Persian carpet and Chinese Dragons celebrating the diversity of cultures in the world. This and other marvels of engineering can be found in his Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices translated by Donald Hill (Pakistan Hijra Council). Over 50 devices are mentioned. Amongst them the first analog computer, his remarkable Castle Clock, however, the debt the world owes this muslim genius is found in his remarkable water raising devices, particularly water raising device number 4 where for the first time a crank connecting rod system is used. The crank is considered to be the most important single mechanical device after the wheel, by 1206 this is found fully developed in Jazari`s machines predating Francesco di Giorgio Martini by 3 centuries.'For Al Haytham' is dedicated to the great polymath genius who wrote the great book on vision, the first person to give us a true understanding of how we see. 'Lubb' is an Arabic word meaning innermost consciousness whilst to conclude proceedings 'Done' is loosely based on a well known standard.- Pat Thomas 26th May 2017
Peter Brötzmann / Steve Noble / John Edwards - The Worse The Better
Peter Brötzmann / Steve Noble / John Edwards
The Worse The Better
LP | 2012 | EU | Reissue (Otoroku)
22,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Recording of the stunning first set performed by the trio of Peter Brötzmann, Steve Noble and John Edwards at Cafe OTO in January 2010 during Brotzmann's first residency at the venue. This was also the first time the trio had played together. Recorded at Cafe OTO by Shane Browne, mixed by John Edwards and mastered by Andres [LUPO] Lupich at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.
Peter Brötzmann / William Parker / Hamid Drake - Song Sentimentale
Peter Brötzmann / William Parker / Hamid Drake
Song Sentimentale
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Otoroku)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Peter Brötzmann, tenor sax, b flat clarinet, tarogato. William Parker, bass, guembri, shakuhachi, shenai. Hamid Drake, drums, framedrum, voice.Recorded Live at Cafe Oto on the 27th, 28th and 29th January 2015.Outside of the 2CD release 'Never Too Late But Always Too Early' (Eremite, 2003) there has been scant documentation of one of the most dynamic pairings in all free jazz. Featuring unique material on each format Song Sentimentale rectifies this anomaly with a full blown audio account of the breathtaking communicative heights obtained by these three legends of the living.Over 3 nights in January 2015 the trio seduced a winter worn crowd with the kind of organic interplay only these three can conjure. Warm and urgent the material that covers both formats unveils a wide range of techniques and emotions. This is music on the edge of itself a living, breathing and existing force documented for repeated visits.
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Peter Brötzmann / Jason Adasiewicz / John Edwards / Steve Noble - Mental Shake
Peter Brötzmann / Jason Adasiewicz / John Edwards / Steve Noble
Mental Shake
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Otoroku)
21,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Peter Brötzmann, alto and tenor sax, Bflat clarinet, Taragato. Jason Adasiewicz, vibraphone. John Edwards, double bass. Steve Noble, drums. Recorded live at Cafe OTO on 12 August 2013 by James Dunn. Mixed by Rupert Clervaux at Grays Inn Road. Mastered by Andreas [LUPO] Lubich at Calyx."Our tenth Otoroku release sees a return to the group that kick-started the label - the veteran German reedsman and free jazz pioneer Peter Brötzmann with the long-running London bass/drums partnership of John Edwards and Steve Noble. After the release of "...The Worse The Better" that group went on to play a series of devastating shows in Europe and to emerge as one of Broetzmann's finest working groups. Over the same period Peter was developing a deep rapport with Jason Adasiewicz, the upstart vibraphone player from Chicago. What seems on paper like an awkward pairing reveals itself on stage and on record as a symbiotic revelation. Adasiewicz's physical attack matching Broetzmann for impact whilst the extended sustain of the vibes opens up an eerie space for some of Brötzmann's most fertile lyricism. The recording is from the last set of a two-day residency at Cafe OTO that brought these two groups together for an astonishing quartet. Adasiewicz and Noble struck up an immense partnership in rhythm. Edwards wrestled with a broken house bass and failing amplifier and still managed new levels of invention - stoking the others onwards. Brötzmann was clearly energised - I swear I saw him dancing at the side of the stage whilst exchanging a shattered reed. And for all the usual rhetoric of Free Jazz bluster and machismo, this is a meeting characterised by the joy of communal creation that makes you want to dance - even if only in your head."
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