Alan Wakeman


This  small masterpiece of 'free britannico'  was released in 1978 on Graham Collier's independent label Mosaic  [...] After thirty years this trio's performance is as powerful as ever and, owing to the remastering, Wakeman's tenor sounds even more ferocious and razor-edged. The rhythm section provided by Bridge and Morris is equally impressive: they fill in every small space left available by the soloist, creating a richness of light and shade which adds tension to the improvisation.

Review by Claudio Bonomi in MUSICA JAZZ, July 2012


TRITON

Personnel:

Alan WAKEMAN (tenor and soprano saxophones)

Paul BRIDGE (double bass)

Nigel MORRIS (drums)

 

Recorded at Beck Studios, Wellingborough, Northants, on January 6 and 7, 1978

Remastered by Nick Pugh at Balanced Bass Media, Luton

CD duplication by CD Wizards 

 

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What the critics said about Wilderness of Glass when it was first released in 1978:

Any reader with a taste for thoughtful modern jazz should give this a try. Barry McRae -Jazz Journal

A music that wrestles with the universe. Robin Bynoe - Records and Recording

 Driving post-Coltrane stuff – and it’s very good indeed. Brian Case - New Musical Express

Needs many adjectives to describe its force. It is powerfully moving and often reaches those ‘highs’ which can only be described as joyous . Godfrey Talbot - View

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