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HI 4 HEAD RECORDS WAS FORMED IN 2002 TO ISSUE
"MUSIC THAT DESERVES TO BE OUT THERE"

 

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'Heath Common was lost. Somewhere west of Notting Hill, somewhere south of '69. Heath Common was lost but now he's found and the Renaissance can begin. This is a rebirth re-emerging from the darkness.
A song-cycle reaching back to the Beats and drawing on the energies generated in those highly charged times before dope-dancing on to the days of the Freak. This is an Odyssey which looks back and then steps forward at one and the same time. Never trust a hippy? Sure thing ...... but only if you wanna lose track of where you're coming from and where you're tripping to. Hare Krishna Humphrey! '













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'It's hard to catch the feel of those improvised nights when the audience knows something unique - and, in its way, perfect - is evolving as it listens, but this is a recording that does just that.' (John Fordham - The Guardian)
for full text go to http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2008/aug/29/jazz?gusrc=rss&feed=music

For text of Barry Witherden's Review in 'The Wire' please click here





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'Alto and soprano wail ecstatically across the complex dancing web of superb Ghanaian percussionists Kofi Adu and Nana Tsiboe' (The Wire)

'Never less than very good, this is at times quite astonishing music' (Jazzwise)

The musicians for the Drum Energy! CD are:
Trevor Watts (leader, alto and soprano saxophones)
Peter Knight (violin)
Nana Tsiboe and Kofi Adu (percussion)
Ernest Mothle (bass)
Liam Genockey (drums)




 


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"........an awesome display of free improv power within a rythmic concept...life affirming music" (The Wire)

"Burning jazz...the SME plays harmolodics" (www.jazzweekly.com)


 


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'The group's audacity grows with greater demands on mood and setting' (All about Jazz)


 


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'A welcome opportunity to hear this trio walking the tightrope between
spontaneous improvisation and the firebrand energy music of free jazz
traditions' (Cadence)

 


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'Unassuming and effective elaborations upon global sounds' (The Wire)

 

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'..their dialogues convey tremendous energy' (Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune)



 
 
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