Haazz & Company - Unlawful Noise mp3 downloadPerformer: Haazz & Company
Title: Unlawful Noise
Style: Free Jazz
Location: The Bimhuis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Date of recording: October 27, 1976
Size MP3 version: 1659 mb
Size FLAC version: 1774 mb
Size WMA version: 1681 mb
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Haazz & Company - Unlawful Noise mp3 download
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Haazz & Company: Unlawful Noise by Micah Holmquist, published on July 1, 2001. The sextet responsible for Unlawful Noise stands out because four of the players (Kees Hazevoet, Peter Bennink, Peter Brotzmann, and Han Bennink) are white and hail from Europe while the remaining two (Johnny Dyani and Louis Moholo) are black musicians who were born in South Africa. The fact that this music, recorded on October 27, 1976, came at least a full decade before Apartheid began to dissipate on any significant level turns this material into a powerful political statement even if politics are not overtly part of the music or the packaging.
Is Unlawful Noise the best album by Haazz & Company? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Unlawful Noise by Haazz & Company (1976) Overall rank: 69,837th. Accolades: Top albums of 1976 ( 709th ). Top albums of the 1970s ( 6,976th ). Best albums of all time ( 69,837th ).
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The Haazz in this group is Peter Haazzveroot, a Dutch pianist and instrumentalist who is little known. He was part of the initial Dutch jazz scene, playing with Han and Peter Bennick, Peter Brotzman and many other important European musicians. He retired from music in the late 70s and went into an academic career, so his recorded output is small. That makes this disc intriguing. So the album is intriguing to any free jazz fan. But, unless you are a fan of relentlessly extreme music, the results are really unsatisfying. The first cut, Unlawful Noise, is truly that. It begins with a long intense section of clarinet overblowing. There is little change in dynamic and little change in texture.
|1||Unlawful Noise||Haazz & Company||28:07|
|2||Agitprop Bounce||Haazz & Company||23:58|
CreditsHan Bennink - Clarinet, Clarinet (Bass), Percussion
Peter Bennink - Bagpipes, Sax (Alto), Sax (Sopranino), Sax (Soprano)
Peter Brötzmann - Clarinet, Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
John Corbett - Liner Notes, Reissue Producer
Johnny Dyani - Bass
Haazz & Company - Primary Artist
John McCortney - Mastering
Louis Moholo - Drums