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John Surman - Discography on ECM
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Born in Tavistock, Devon, England in 1944, composer/multi-instrumentalist John Surman is one of the key figures in a generation of European musicians who have crucially expanded the international horizons of jazz during the past thirty years or so. Long acknowledged as an improviser of world class, Surman has also composed a body of work which extends far beyond the normal range of the jazz repertoire. Already, by the late 60s, it was clear that Surman was a phenomenon.

He started out as a teenager playing the music of fellow Devonian Mike Westbrook, and then amazed the London establishment with displays of extravagant instrumental proficiency combined with a passionate, rumbustious imagination.

As a soloist, Surman's early career took shape in the melting pot that produced a number of fine British musicians during the 60s. As well as his association with Westbrook, there was varied experience with the blues of Alexis Korner, hard bop with Ronnie Scott’s octet, mainstream jazz with Humphrey Lyttleton, South African township influences with the Brotherhood of Breath and jazz-rock with John McLaughlin. During this period he forged lasting relationships with composer John Warren, pianist John Taylor and bassist Dave Holland, with whom he co-led an exciting trio featured on his first album for Deram ‘John Surman’. Surman also lead his own Octet in 1968 and performed in the big band directed by Mike Gibbs, but the formation of The Trio, in 1969, can be seen as a watershed in terms of his international profile. This unit, with expatriate Americans Barre Phillips (bass) and the late Stu Martin (drums) became one of the busiest and musically vital groups on the European circuit.


He had also begun a long-term collaboration with the American choreographer/dancer Carolyn Carlson, and was based at the Paris Opera with her company for some time.

In 1978, he recorded in duo both with Stan Tracey (Sonatinas) and also the Norwegian singer Karin Krog (Cloudline Blue). In addition he toured and recorded with the quartet of bassist Miroslav Vitous until 1982. His debut solo album, ‘Upon Reflection’ was recorded for ECM Records in 1979, launching a fruitful relationship with the company that continues to the present day, and includes four further solo records. Other albums include ‘Such Winters Of Memory’, with Karin Krog and Pierre Favre; and the 5-star Down Beat-rated ‘The Amazing Adventures Of Simon Simon ‘ with Jack DeJohnette.

During the 80s and 90s, John maintained an impressively high output of quality work. As an instrumentalist, he played in duo with DeJohnette, Albert Mangelsdorff, Karin Krog, Barre Phillips, John Taylor, and performed in more open group formations with peer group musicians such as Kenny Wheeler, Dave Holland, Elvin Jones, Jon Christensen and Mangelsdorff. In addition he toured and recorded in quartet with Paul Bley, Bill Frisell and Paul Motian.

Surman took part in several tours over a period of years with the great Gil Evans Orchestra - being a member of the band which performed and recorded live in Perugia with Sting, in addition to a number other special concerts that the band staged with the likes of Van Morrison and John McLaughlin.

The duo with Karin Krog remains an important part of his activity, and, on a number of occasions, this has been augmented by a choir of mixed voices.

In the UK, he has toured twice for the Contemporary Music Network, once with the 10-piece Brass Project, and later in duo with Jack DeJohnette.

In 1994, Surman was commissioned by the Bath Festival, BBC Radio 3, the Arts Council and South West Arts, to write new music for various groupings from solo to Brass Project, and including the Nordic Quartet with Karin Krog, Terje Rypdal and Vigliek Storaas, to celebrate his 50th birthday year.

A further commission in 1996 from Salisbury Festival allowed John to return to a long-standing fascination with choral music, producing Proverbs and Songs, an extended work for solo saxophone, pipe organ (John Taylor) and the 80-strong Salisbury Festival Chorus, directed by Howard Moody, and premiered in Salisbury Cathedral. The concert was recorded for BBC Radio 3, and has now been released by ECM. This album was one of the Mercury Prize choices for ‘Album of the Year’ status in 1998. The piece continues to be popular and has been performed in a number of countries including France, Romania, Switzerland and the UK.

In 1998 he premiered a new chamber orchestra version of his acclaimed solo recording, The Road to St. Ives. The work was commissioned and performed by the Bournemouth Sinfonietta, New music for saxophone and string quintet, (led by Chris Laurence), received its first performance at the Bath Festival 1998 and developed into the collection of pieces which can be heard on the ECM album ‘Coruscating’.


As well as expanding his horizons as a composer, Surman has continued to play live throughout the world. His unique solo performances reflect the special blend of acoustic and electronic music featured on recordings like ‘The Road To St Ives , ‘ A Biography of the Reverend Absalom Dawe’, and the popular ‘Private City’ by far his best-selling album. A solo visit to India took place in October 2003. His duo with John Taylor toured in China towards the end of 1997 and continues to perform regularly throughout Europe and beyond. He also appears in duo with Karin Krog , using a variety of electronics and keyboards - ( check out ‘Bluesand’ on Karin’s Meantime Records label) .

His quartet with John Taylor, Chris Laurence and John Marshall remains one of the most distinctive of European small bands and appeared in November 2003 at the Macau Festival and play in Poland during December.

Surman has recorded prolifically for ECM over the years. During the 1990s, he released solo albums and recordings with the Brass Project, the English quartet with Taylor, Laurence and Marshall, and with the Nordic Quartet.

He has also featured on two records with Paul Bley, Gary Peacock and Tony Oxley, and on the album, Thimar, with Anouar Brahem and Dave Holland.

Since 2000, Surman’s duo collaboration with Jack Dejohnette has been much to the fore, with two albums being released by ECM - the first ’Invisible Nature’ recorded live at the Tampere and Berlin Jazz Festivals and the second ‘Free and Equal’ in which the duo are joined by the10 piece chamber ensemble London Brass in a live concert recorded at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Surman's music transcends familiar boundaries. Although a deep love of the entire jazz tradition is an important element, he is equally affected by the melodic qualities of choral music and English folk music - “If I look back to what turned me on about music, it was what I heard before I ever came across any jazz.” The surprise, and the enduring pleasure, of Surman's art is the contrast of simple, haunting melody, lush orchestral textures and intense improvisation.

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DISCOGRAPHY ON ECM

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BARRE PHILLIPS - 1976 - MOUNTAINSCAPES
ECM 1076
843167-2

Barre Phillips bass
John Surman soprano and baritone saxophones,
bass clarinet, synthesizer
Dieter Feichtner synthesizer
Stu Martin drums, synthesizer
John Abercrombie guitar

Mountainscape I -­ VIII

In 1976 Barre Phillips began recording as a solo artist for ECM Records with Mountainscapes. After admiring the incredibly high recording standard (a constant aspect of ECM recordings), the uniqueness - strangeness, in fact - of the music was just striking. music/jazz/barre_phillips_mountainscapes.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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MICK GOORICK - 1979 - IN PAS(S)ING
ECM 1139
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Mick Goodrick guitar
John Surman soprano
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Eddie Gomez bass
Jack DeJohnette drums

Feebles, Fables And Ferns
In The Tavern Of Ruin
Summer Band Camp
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In Passing

Mick Goodrick enters the ECM building as band leader with "In Pas(s)ing", alongside a host of first-hand musicians, like Eddie Gomez (b.), John Surman (sax.) and Jack DeJohnette (dms.) Although featured for the same label with Gary Burton Quintet or Charlie Haden's MLO, his musical profile asked for a customized "Mick-style" album. Goodrick comes on this CD with a suite of original compositions, all to the delight of long-time Goodrick fans. And, in confirmation of public's expectation, this album hits the top of collective appreciation with its subtle, sensitive approach to improvisation. Goodrick's unique musicality and paraphrastic sugestivity meets Gomez's velocity and DeJohnette's multi-faced rythmicity. At intervals, Surman points with a dash of "ECMish" reflexive connotations. A "must" for jazzers who are not only after norms.


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MIROSLAV VITOUS - 1980 - FIRST MEETING
ECM 1145
519280-2

Miroslav Vitous bass
John Surman soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
Kenny Kirkland piano
Jon Christensen drums

Silver Lake
Beautiful Place To
Trees
Recycle
First Meeting
Concerto In Three Parts
You Make Me So Happy

This 1980 quartet session, unavailable in the U.S., features a young Kenny Kirkland on piano along with John Surman on soprano sax and bass clarinet and Jon Christensen on drums. Vitous wrote all but the title track, a tension-filled group improvisation. The dramatic "Silver Lake" begins the disc with rubato filigree and evolves into a driving yet impressionistic feel. "Beautiful Place To" follows, with its odd, Zen-like repeated melody, leading into "Trees," another rubato exploration with a short, precise melodic theme at its core. "Recycle," the album's high point, is prefaced by a beautiful piano and bass clarinet duo passage that sets the stage for hard-swinging improvisation. Vitous is unaccompanied on "Concerto in Three Parts," giving his warm, ardent arco style an extended feature (he bows throughout much of the disc as well). The lilting "You Make Me So Happy" serves as the finale. Recommended but hard to find, First Meeting documents the strength of Vitous' writing and playing and also yields a satisfying encounter with the late Kirkland, early in his career.

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1979 - UPON REFLECTION
ECM 1148
825472-2

John Surman soprano and baritone saxophones,
bass clarinet, synthesizers


Edges Of Illusion
Filigree
Caithness To Kerry
Beyond A Shadow
Prelude And Rustic Dance
The Lamplighter
Following Behind
Constellation

John Surman is not only a master on his several reed instruments, but he also has a unique and singular musical vision that is truly inventive. This is one of his solo recordings, where he plays all of these reed instruments, in addition to synthesizer. Surman is great on baritone sax and bass clarinet, and his soprano sax playing is a welcome alternative to all the smooth jazz triteness that is associated with higher pitched saxes. music/john_surman_uponreflection1979.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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BARRE PHILLIPS - 1980 - JOURNAL VIOLONE II
ECM 1149
847328-2

Barre Phillips bass
John Surman soprano and baritone saxophones,
bass clarinet, synthesizer
Aina Kemanis voice

Part I­-VI

Simply one of the most inspired recordings ever in modern music. This is a masterpiece. In the late '60s, bassist Barre Phillips recorded his first solo bass album, Journal Violone. It has been hailed as a classic of extended technique and free improvisation on this particular instrument. Phillips occasionally used the same title for his subsequent solo recordings, prompting often disgraceful comparisons. music/jazz/barre_phillips_journalviolone.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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BARRE PHILLIPS - 1980 - MUSIC BY
ECM 1178
LP 2301 178

Barre Phillips Bass
Aina Kemanis Voice
John Surman Soprano and Baritone Saxophones, Bass Clarinet
Herv Bourde Alto and Tenor Saxophones, Flute
Claudia Philips Voice
Pierre Favre Drums, Percussion

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Double Treble
Elvid Kursong

The recordings of Barre Phillips will never be widely available or popular. They are odd, challenging, and sometimes quite scary. The sounds that he evokes from his bass are remarkable. He is truly an artist - not just a musician, but a painter of images. Now, if only ECM will release the very, very creepy Barre Phillips release "Music By...". That one is a genuine soundtrack to bizarre dreams and nightmares!

Note: "Music by" has never printed on cd and the lp is really hard to find. This is the one of two titles on this discography not in lossless format. Anyhow, here you can find a good bitrate version at 320 kbps with nice and clear sound (& main covers]. It could be awesome if somebody could provide us with a lossless format music/jazz/Barre_Phillips_Aina_Kemanis_John_Surman_Harve_Bourde_Claudia_Ph.html" target="_blank">[Alternate 192 version on Avax]

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MIROSLAV VITOUS - 1981 - MIROSLAV VITOUS GROUP
ECM 1185
LP

Miroslav Vitous Bass
John Surman Soprano and Baritone Saxophones,
Bass Clarinet
Kenny Kirkland Piano
Jon Christensen Drums

When Face Gets Pale
Second Meeting
Number Six
Inner Peace
Interplay
Gears
Sleeping Beauty
Eagle

Titled simply Miroslav Vitous Group, this album literally begs consideration of the group itself, which on paper seems kind of strange. Vitous would be remembered as an early fusion jazz pioneer and something of a bass virtuoso. John Surman on the whole is a tough-minded saxophonist, and in the case of this album his appearances often help the group shift into a more interesting direction. Pianist Kenny Kirkland adds the kind of prettiness this label's honcho adores. Drummer Jon Christensen comes along on many sessions on this label, often creating an impression as the world's quietest drummer.

Note: "Miroslav Vitous Group" has never printed on cd and the lp is really hard to find. This is the second of two titles on this discography not in lossless format. It could be awesome if somebody could provide us with a lossless format music/jazz/Miroslav_Vitous_Group_Miroslav_Vitous_Group_ecm.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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1981 - THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF SIMON SIMON
ECM 1193
829160-2

John Surman soprano and baritone saxophones,
bass clarinet, synthesizer
Jack DeJohnette drums, congas, electric piano

Nestor's Saga
The Buccaneers
Kentish Hunting
The Pilgrim's Way
Within The Halls Of Neptune
Phoenix And The Fire
Fide Et Amore
Merry Pranks
A Fitting Epitaph

John Surman's music transcends familiar boundaries. Although a deep love of the entire jazz tradition is an important element, he is equally affected by the melodic qualities of choral music and English folk music. The surprise, and the enduring pleasure, of Surman's art is the contrast of simple, haunting melody, lush orchestral textures and intense improvisation. This is one of the best Cd’s John Surman with Jack De Johnette has dropped to date. The Amazing Adventures of Simon Simon carries a very emotional theme throughout the album. music/jazz/free_jazz/john_surman-amazing_adventures_simon_simon.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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MIROSLAV VITOUS - 1983 - JOURNEY'S END
ECM 1242
843171-2

Miroslav Vitous bass
John Surman soprano and baritone saxophones,
bass clarinet
John Taylor piano
Jon Christensen drums

U Dunaje U Prepurka
Tess
Carry On, No. 1
Paragraph Jay
Only One
Windfall

Bassist Miroslav Vitous recorded this quartet session in 1982 with John Surman on soprano and baritone saxophones and bass clarinet, John Taylor on piano, and Jon Christensen on drums. Unavailable in the U.S., the disc includes two remarkable pieces by Surman, the lilting 3/4 "Tess" and the churning, wildly unpredictable "Paragraph Jay." Taylor weighs in with the closing track, "Windfall," another shimmering entry in 3/4 time. Vitous' nine-minute opener, "U Dunaje U Prespurka," inspired by a Czech folk song, is a marvel of gradual development and abstract grooving. "Only One," a rubato meditation that Vitous dedicates to his late father, finds the leader switching from upright to electric fretless bass. Surman's rhythmic clicking of keys on bari sax serves as the foundation for "Carry On, No. 1," a wholly improvised piece; Vitous intuitively sends it into high gear about halfway through with superbly chosen low notes. Journey's End is highly recommended to those willing to search for it. music/jazz/miroslav_vitous_tobecontinued.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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1982 - SUCH WINTERS OF MEMORY
ECM 1254
810621-2

John Surman bar & sop saxophones,
bass clarinet, recorder,
piano, synthesizer, voice
Karin Krog voice, Oberheim ring modulator, tamboura
Pierre Favre drums

Saturday Night
Sunday Morning
My Friend
Seaside Postcard 1951
On the Wing Again
Expressions
Mother of Light / Persepolis

This music has a mood unlike anything I have ever heard. As the title suggests, Such Winters of Memory...I feel a kind of introspection that only winter can evoke. I am always pleasantly surprised each time I listen to it. I like the blending of layers between the organic sounds of the sax & bass clarinet and with the synthesizer loops. Karin Krog's voice gives the music a most unusual edge with some underlaying speaking parts within the songs besides her wonderful singing.

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1985 - WITHHOLDING PATTERN
ECM 1295
825407-2

John Surman baritone and soprano saxophones,
bass clarinet, recorder, piano, synthesizer

Doxology
Changes Of Season
All Cat's Whiskers And Bee's Knees
Holding Pattern I
Skating On Thin Ice
The Snooper
Wildcat Blues
Holding Pattern II

A saxophone workout from '85 by outstanding British player John Surman. While solo sax can be extremely tiring, Surman mixes enough elements of rock, free, blues, and hard bop to keep the songs varied. His aggressive style, especially on baritone, keeps the energy level really high.

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PAUL BLEY - 1986 - FRAGMENTS
ECM 1320
829280-2

Paul Bley piano
John Surman soprano and baritone saxophones,
bass clarinet
Bill Frisell guitar
Paul Motian drums

Memories
Monica Jane
Line Down
Seven
Closer
Once Around The Park
Hand Dance
For The Love Of Sarah
Nothing Ever Was, Anyway

One of Paul Bley's most beautiful group recordings, Fragments has a band designed by ECM producer Manfred Eicher, rather than by the pianist himself. Clearly, Eicher was thinking about sonority, as well as sympathy, when he created this quartet with John Surman on soprano and baritone saxophones and bass clarinet, Bill Frisell on guitar, and Paul Motian on drums. music/paul_bley_fragments.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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PAUL BLEY - 1987 - THE PAUL BLEY QUARTET
ECM 1365
835250-2

Payl Bley piano
John Surman soprano sax bass clarinet
Bill Frisell guitar
Paul Motian drums

Interplay
Heat
After Dark
One In Four
Triste

This 1988 release was the second by this quartet (Fragments, their first, was released two years earlier). The set features compositions written by each of the players, with two contributions from Bley. The ensemble is well matched and the absence of a traditional rhythm section allows the musicians to play in and around open spaces (an approach in keeping with the group members' own releases). Bill Frisell's long and lingering notes peek out from behind Bley's piano, while John Surman's reeds wrap the whole in a rich, gauzy cloth. music/itsart_bley_4tet.html" target="_blank">[Complete presentation]

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