30.08.2014 - Noumatrouff - 22:30

Mark Sanders batterie, Paul Rogers contrebasse, Hasse Poulsen guitare, Paul Dunmall saxophone.

Paul Dunmall

After turning professional at seventeen and touring Europe for one year with progressive rock group Marsupilami he moved to America and lived there for 3 years playing with many musicians including Alice Coltrane and toured with Johnny Guitar Watson for one year. On his return to the UK he worked with folk musicians Polly Bolton/Kevin Dempsey and groupings worked around the Dando Shaft band. In 1979 he became a founder member of the jazz group Spirit Level with pianist Tim Richards plus playing free improvised music with the Nigel Morris trio. At this time also Paul played in the London Improvised music scene. In 1985 the group Tenor Tonic was formed with Alan Skidmore, Tony Levin and Paul Rogers. In 1987 Paul joined the London Jazz Composers Orchestra lead by Barry Guy and joined Danny Thompson’s Folk/Jazz hybrid Whatever. The following year the outstanding collective quartet Mujician was formed with Keith Tippett, Tony Levin, Paul Rogers. Whilst playing in these groups Paul was also still playing in many ad hoc groups plus playing in several of Elton Deans ensembles. Since 2000 Paul is still freelancing and has been playing in the composer’s Brian Irvine’s 14 piece band. In 2003 Brian was commissioned by the BBC to write a full orchestral piece with freely improvised saxophone, a long time dream of Paul’s. In 2000 Paul set up his own improvised music record label with Philip Gibbs called Duns Limited Edition. It brought musicians together to improvise from many different traditions such as classical/folk/ethnic and to date has 52 releases.

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Pour fêter ses soixante ans, le maître-souffleur britannique Paul Dunmall a réuni les musiciens de ses deux trios Deep Whole et Asunder Trio, pour former le Deep Asunder Four, où l’on retrouve le contrebassiste Paul Rogers, subtil magicien de l’archet, le batteur Mark Sanders, au soutien rythmique aussi inventif qu’infaillible, et le plus français des guitaristes danois Hasse Poulsen. Un quartet "all stars" qui rassemble tous les éléments qui font de Météo ce qu’il est. Une musique faite de tension et de jouissance, de liberté et de méthode. Du free, certes, mais qui n’a pas oublié de rester ouvert aux évolutions de la musique de notre temps.
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To celebrate his sixtieth birthday, the masterful British woodwind player Paul Dunmall has brought together the musicians from his two trios, Deep Whole and Asunder Trio, to form the Deep Asunder Four, where we find the double bass player Paul Rogers, a subtle magician of the bow ; the percussionist Mark Sanders, whose rhythmic support is as inventive as it is reliable ; and Hasse Poulsen, the most French of Danish guitarists. An all-star quarter that combines all of the elements that make Météo what it is. A music made of tension and pleasure, freedom and method. This is free jazz, to be sure, but the kind that has not forgotten to remain open to the evolutions of the music of our time.

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