Milo Fine Discography of CDs
||Concerning the Other Condition/Spontaneous Composition Generator Vinyl LP (2010) |
Milo Fine albums "Moosbrugger" was recorded on the occasion of my first public collaboration with Paul Metzger. Before the concert, and for a number of reasons, my thought was that, when my name was drawn for a solo, I'd be playing drum set. ...
||Medusa's Lair Vinyl LP (2009) |
Milo Fine CD discography Track Listing of songs: Medusa's Lair; Medusa's Lair;
||Koi/Klops CD (2001) |
Milo Fine albums Koi/Klops collects performances from three concerts of the Milo Fine Free Jazz Ensemble held between December 2000 and April 2001 with three different lineups. Fine is mainly heard on his drum kit made of found objects and lo-fi electronics (the m-drums II), but he also plays piano, clarinet, violin, and celeste. The only other musician to contribute to all tracks is guitarist Steve Gnitka. This duet makes up the whole "ensemble" for the first two pieces. Keyboardist Jason Shapiro and bassist/guitarist/clarinetist Nathan Smith join them for the next two numbers, while the last track is a trio of Fine, Gnitka, and saxophonist Scott Newell. Fine's group has been compared to John Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble, and this recording brings more evidence of the similarity. But the music on Koi/Klops is generally less self-absorbed and more lively, akin to a session by the trio of Evan Parker, Barry Guy, and Paul Lytton for example (the latter's kit also includes junk metal). That is to say the music is not all ultra-abstract, sparse, and quiet; neither is it entirely a high-energy contest. The quartet pieces are especially nice and include many changes in instrumentation. Shapiro's use of a synthesizer is refreshing and absolutely relevant -- this instrument is often perceived as a heresy in free improv circles. ~ François Couture
Recorded at the West Bank School Of Music, Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 1, 2000, February 2, 2001 and April 6, 2001.
Personnel: Milo Fine (violin, clarinet, alto clarinet, electric clarinet, piano, prepared piano, celesta, drums); Nathan Smith (guitar, bass clarinet, acoustic bass); Steve Gnitka (guitar); Jason Shapiro (piano, synthesizer).
Liner Note Author: Milo Fine.
Recording information: West Bank School Of Music (12/01/2000-04/06/2001).
Photographer: Paul Higgins.
Personnel: Milo Fine (clarinet, violin, piano, celeste, drums, electronic drums, electronics); Scott Newell (vocals, tenor saxophone); Nathan Smith (bass clarinet, guitar, bass); Jason Shapiro (piano, synthesizer); Steve Gnitka (guitar).
||Old Eyes & Mysteries CDs |
Milo Fine music CDs Recorded in Paris, France on May 30, 1979, and Radio DRS, Zurich, Switzerland on January 9, 1990. Includes liner notes by Joe McPhee.
Tracks 1-9 are AAD, tracks 10-13 are DDD.
Joe McPhee Po Music: Joe McPhee (soprano, alto & tenor saxophones, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn); Urs Leimgruber (soprano & tenor saxophones); Andre Jaume (bass clarinet, tenor saxophone); Jean-Charles Capon (cello); Milo Fine (piano, drums); Raymond Boni, Steve Gnitka (guitar); Pierre-Yves Sorin (bass); Fritz Hauser (drums, percussion).
Producers: Pia Uehlinger, Werner X. Uehlinger.
Personnel: Joe McPhee (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn); Steve Gnitka, Raymond Boni (guitar); Jean-Charles Capon (cello); André Jaume (bass clarinet, tenor saxophone); Urs Leimgruber (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Milo Fine (piano, drums); Fritz Hauser (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Peter Pfister.
Liner Note Author: Joe McPhee.
Recording information: Paris, France (05/30/1979/01/09/1990); Studio 2, Radio DRS, Zurich, CH (05/30/1979/01/09/1990).
Editor: Peter Pfister.
Photographer: Ken Brunton.
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