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Bley / Peacock / Motian

Not Two, ...

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  • Type CD
  • Label ECM
  • UPC 0731455944723
  • Catalog number ECM 5594472
  • Release date 19 December 08

About the album

Bassist Gary Peacock pulled together this reunion of a classic edition of the Paul Bley Trio. They've played together in duos over the years, but this - rather astonishingly - is the first time that Bley, Peacock and Motian have recorded as a trio in 35 years.This was a history-making group, free and yet intensely melodic; it has lost none of its persuasiveness. Highlights include Bley's depth-sounding explorations of the bottom end of the Bösendorfer piano on "Not Zero", a reworking of "Fig Foot" from the trio's original 60s repertoire, a stunning Peacock solo on "Entelechy", and much spirited spontaneous interaction.

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