Parker, Evan & John Wiese / C-Section
Album: C-Section   Collection:Jazz
Artist:Parker, Evan & John Wiese   Added:Jul 2011
Label:Second Layer Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-08-07 Pull Date: 2011-10-09 Charts: Jazz
Week Ending: Oct 2 Sep 25 Sep 18 Sep 4 Aug 28
Airplays: 1 1 1 3 1

Recent Airplay
1. Sep 26, 2011: Ghost Trees (cont..)
Dog Cesarean
4. Sep 02, 2011: Jazz: Cantan
Dog Cesarean
2. Sep 21, 2011: Memory Select
The Jist
5. Aug 31, 2011: Halfway Classical
Dog Cesarean
3. Sep 16, 2011: sounds
No Shoes
6. Aug 31, 2011: Memory Select
No Shoes

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2011-07-29
Jazz electronic, free improv, noise. Liner notes: “Real-time improvisations, to be played at maximum volume.” Evan Parker is the featured saxophone prodigy from the UK, while American Wiese handles the electronics, tapes, and computer patches. Avant-garde, circular embraces of free forms, long takes, and all that is unpredictable. Muscular and strange, this is the kind of music I would stumble across in warehouses/art spaces in Berlin. A lot of people wouldn’t call this music, but if you have read this far, you’ll probably enjoy this.

1.Fluttery sax acrobatics and rhythmic, machinery static, heavy looped thump. A jail cell slamming closed and the flowers are talking to you from Alice in Wonderland. (14:31)
2. Chipper, sparse, rapid. (2:18)
*3. Trippy layers of scaling sax improv with subtle tape noise. (4:44)
4. Noise loops and layers are a bit more industrial, sounds like you are on board a train about to crash with a group of paranoid people who have each consumed two cups of coffee too many. (24:20)

Track Listing
1. The Jist   3. No Shoes
2. Little Black Book   4. Dog Cesarean