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  1. Hathut Records is a Swiss record company and label founded by Werner Xavier Uehlinger in that specializes in jazz and classical phahangwarbmapmentforreconfokohode.coinfo name of the label comes from the artwork of Klaus Baumgartner. Hathut encompasses the labels hat ART, hatOLOGY, and hat NOIR.
  2. The compositions for this group were designed to be played with less of a pulse-driven approach than my earlier work with the Jon Lloyd Quartet—the ebb and flow of the music takes place organically according to the direction each performer wishes to take. Method maintains a straight pulse almost throughout, but not in a classic free-jazz manner.
  3. The Jon Lloyd Quartet appeared on British radio, toured the UK opposite Bill Frisell, made three acclaimed CDs, the last for Hat Hut called By Confusion, and played at festivals, including the FMP Festival, Berlin. With his own small groups John recorded and toured in the UK, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Russia, Lithuania and.
  4. Head, an album by The Jon Lloyd Quartet on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. But ultimately Lloyd is very much his own man: this disc, recorded live on a tour with his working quartet, is an excellent sampler of his methods. He plays alto & soprano here, & is joined by the formidable John Law on piano, Paul Rogers on bass, & Mark Sanders on drums.
  6. asc cd85, asc cd John Law, Jon Lloyd (2) John Law, Jon Lloyd (2) - Mimesis (Ten Choreographies For Piano And Soprano Saxophone) ‎ (CDr, Album) ASC Records, ASC Records: asc cd85, asc cd UK: Sell This Version.
  7. Label: hat ART - hat ART CD • Series: Hat Jazz Series • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Improvisation, Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz Jon Lloyd Quartet* - By Confusion (, CD) | Discogs/5(2).
  8. Alto and soprano saxophonist Jon Lloyd explains about this release that "the compositions for this group were designed to be played with less of a pulse-driven approach than my earlier work with the Jon Lloyd Quartet - the ebb and flow of the music takes place organically according to .

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