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Review: The Quietus – Rime

Review: The Quietus – Rime

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Since moving to Glasgow in 2016, the mighty saxophonist Tony Bevan has run the improvised music event Help Me I’m Melting!, where he collaborates with musicians from the Scottish, UK and international scenes. A duo with underground hero Richard Youngs has already appeared online, but Rime is the ...
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Free Download: Bevan/Bourne at LCOM

Free Download: Bevan/Bourne at LCOM

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FOGDL03: Tony Bevan & Matthew Bourne at Leeds College of Music, May 2010Tony Bevan – Tenor and Bass SaxophonesMatthew Bourne – PianoRecorded at Leeds College of Music on the 5th of May 2010.Produced by Tony Bevan.Mastered by Rupert Stevenson.LOCM Parts I to VIAll pieces are ...
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Review : Jazzwize – Tony Joe Bucklash

Review : Jazzwize – Tony Joe Bucklash

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Tony-Joe BuckLash Review – JAZZWISE August 2012**** (Excellent)It’s tempting (and not entirely inaccurate) to call Tony-Joe Bucklash a transcontinental supergroup of 21st century avant garde music. Brits Bevan and Lash, American Morris and Australian Buck are al ...
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Review : Boom Boom Cat – Jazzwise

Review : Boom Boom Cat – Jazzwise

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“Boom Boom Cat” Sunny Murray/John Edwards/Tony Bevan : FogCD011 ****Could Sunny Murray’s left foot actually be the engine at the heart of the universe? That’s what it feels like throughout this live set, recorded at the Vortex in North London, as his clashing hi-hat cymbals churn away relen ...
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Review : A Big Hand – Paris Transatlantic

Review : A Big Hand – Paris Transatlantic

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If you root around on the Net for “Tony Bevan”, what mostly pops up is the work of a UK artist of that name who specializes in bleak, twisted drawings of people’s heads, à la Bacon or Freud. All told, you’d probably have more fun with an album by Tony Bevan the saxophonist, one of the most ...
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