- Performer:Tim Berne
- Title:Open, Coma
- Style:Experimental Big Band,Progressive Jazz,Jazz Instrument,Modern Creative,Saxophone Jazz,Avant-Garde Jazz
- Date of release:December, 2001
- Recording date:September 16, 2000 & September 17, 2000
- Recording location:Copenhagen Jazzhouse, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Size FLAC version1149 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1130 megabytes
- Size WMA version1295 megabytes
- Formats:ADX WAV DMF XM APE MMF
Fractured Fairy Tales by Tim Berne, released 11 November 1989 1. Now Then 2. SEP 3. Hong Kong Sad Song : More Coffee 4. Evolution of a Pearl 5. Lightnin' Bug Bouté 6. The Telex Blues. Mark Dresser: Contrabass, Giffus, Bungy Tim Berne: Alto Saxophone, Voice Herb Robertson: Trumpet, Cornet, Laryngeal Crowbar Mark Feldmann: Violin, Baritone Violin Hank Roberts: Cello, Voice, Electronically Processed Cello Joey Baron: Drums, CZ-101, Shacktronics.
Open, Coma is a double album by saxophonist Tim Berne and the Copenhagen Art Ensemble with Herb Robertson and Marc Ducret which was recorded in 2000 in Denmark and Sweden and released on Berne's Screwgun label.
CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. Tim Berne - Open, Coma.
Tim Berne has been described as a saxophonist and composer of granite conviction by The New York Times. Incidentals is the fourth ECM album from alto saxophonist Tim Berne’s dynamic Snakeoil band. Complete and self-contained, it can also be considered a partner volume to the 2015 release You’ve Been Watching Me, further documenting a period in the band’s life in which the energetic core group of Berne, fellow reedman Oscar Noriega, pianist Matt Mitchell and t/vibraphonist Ches Smith was augmented by guitarist Ryan Ferreira, whose textural playing and floating, ambient.
Tim Berne My First Tour - Live in Brussels, released 19 October 2017 1. homage 2. flies 3. mutant of alberan excerpt 4. Spectres 5. tin ear 6. no idea Howdy folks, I’m posting this old cassette recording from a gig in Brussels on my first tour in 1983. Why am I doing this? Because I think this has a side of Paul Motian that maybe isn’t well documented and worth hearing. Herb Robertson is a beast on these recordings. They’re definitely on fire here well. Let’s just say It was early on in my development. Yes this is free but please don’t abuse the privilege. Heheh/Tim October 19th Brooklyn. Live in Brussels, cassette and very analog, February 1983. released October 19, 2017. Tim Berne - Alto Paul Motian - Drums Ed Schuller - Bass Herb Robertson - Trumpet.
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Science Friction is an album by saxophonist Tim Berne which was recorded in 2001 and released on Berne's Screwgun label.
CreditsThomas Agergaard - Flute, Sax (Tenor)
Lotte Anker - Mixing, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Tim Berne - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Saxophone
Steve Byram - Artwork
Thomas Clausen - Fender Rhodes, Piano
Copenhagen Art Ensemble - Ensemble, Performer
Marc Ducret - Guest Artist, Guitar, Primary Artist
Peter Fuglsang - Clarinet, Clarinet (Bass)
Mads Hyhne - Trombone
Ture Larsen - Arranger, Conductor
Klaus Löhrer - Trombone (Bass), Tuba
Niels Erik Lund - Mixing
Anders Mogensen - Drums
Herb Robertson - Guest Artist, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Ib Skovgaard - Mixing
Kasper Tranberg - Cornet
Lars Vissing - Trumpet
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Open, Coma Tim Berne||Tim Berne feat: Marc Ducret / Herb Robertson||27:47|
|2||Eye Contact Tim Berne||Tim Berne feat: Marc Ducret / Herb Robertson||45:57|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||The Legend of P-1 Tim Berne||Tim Berne feat: Marc Ducret / Herb Robertson||32:48|
|2||Impacted Wisdom Tim Berne||Tim Berne feat: Marc Ducret / Herb Robertson||41:31|