Following on from last round's Relative Band salvo, here's more waggish Aussie improv probings, with all-star avant violinist/cellist/string antagonist Jon Rose using this LP to lay out a cross-section of his outwardly-bound ensembles of the period, pitting himself here against formidable improvising sparring partners from all four corners of the globe, with the likes of David Moss, Ellliott Sharp, Wayne Horvitz and Christian Marclay providing the sonic markers of Downtown NY improv praxis and the UK wing of the non-idiomatic improv spectrum represented by folks like Paul Rutherford, Roger Turner, John Russell, Maggie Nicols and Evan Parker along with a bevy of other worldwide operatives. Amidst these unfettered dialogues, you'll also find a 40's-era recording of Aussie jazz violinist Jo "Doc" Rosenberg appended. Why? 'Cause Jon said so.
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