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3 CD Trifold Cardboard CD Sleeve
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
Beautifully designed packaging, matte print on hefty cardboard trifold CD sleeve. Disc one is the original release of Science Friction. Disc two and three are live. Design and art by Steve Byram. Photo by Robert Lewis.
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Disc 1 - Original Science Fiction 2001 studio recording
Disc 2 & 3 - Recorded live in Winterthur, Switzerland on April 12 2003. Engineered by Ron Kurz for Swiss Radio DRS2. Mixed and mastered by DT/Splattercell. Produced by Peter Burli for Swiss Radio DRS2. Executive producer Peter Gordon.
Art, design, lines & foibles by Steve Byram
Photos by Robert Lewis
released August 13, 2002
Tim Berne - alto saxophone
Marc Ducret - guitar
Craig Taborn - Fender Rhodes, laptop, organ
Tom Rainey - drums
supported by 43 fans who also own “Mind Over Friction”
I remember seeing Bloodcount play at Leeds Irish Centre about this time…the band very nearly outnumbered the audience… but it was one of the best gigs (out of very many) I ever saw and the band were terrific…on fire…25 years ago!! Who says you can’t time travel? This rediscovered recording took me right back…what a find! Thanks Tim…Love & Respect. Marc Ducret? My wife remembered his “scary sunglasses”… John Cratchley
supported by 40 fans who also own “Mind Over Friction”
It's almost hard to believe there's any space for Tim to fit in when they play this stuff as a duo! The magical uber-complex counterpoint flowing from and resolving to the killer tunes has a similar feel to the full band Berne but these are clarifying in their complexity - you can understand all the moving parts on the same level. Also perhaps the best showcase of Mr Mitchell's solo skills I've heard - he's fully in his element! Giles
Flutist and composer Nicole Mitchell tackles this eight-movement work with a drumless chamber quartet featuring some of the most forceful voices in improvised music. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 6, 2018