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Stefan Keune / John Russell - Frequency Of Use Album

Stefan Keune / John Russell - Frequency Of Use Album Performer: Stefan Keune / John Russell
Album: Frequency Of Use
Country: Germany
Released: 2003
Style: Free Improvisation
Label: Nur/Nicht/Nur
Genre: Jazz
Catalog #: BERSLTON 102 12 31
Size FLAC: 2102 mb.
Size MP3: 2751 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 449
Record Source: CD, Album


6How Much9:07
10Just That8:14


  • Acoustic GuitarJohn Russell
  • CoverHans Schneider
  • Music ByJohn Russell, Stefan Keune
  • Recorded By, Mastered ByMartin Davidson
  • Sopranino Saxophone, Alto SaxophoneStefan Keune


Recording Dates:
Tracks 2 to 8 & 10 on 21 October 2002 in London
Tracks 1 and 9 on 20 October 2002 at the Red Rose, London


  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Label Code: LC 05245


The working relationship between the German saxophonist Stefan Keune and the British guitarist John Russell has grown a bit deeper, but their approaches remain the same. They even chose a similar blend of studio and live improvisations recorded over two days by Emanem label owner Martin Davidson. That doesn't mean this album is superfluous Keune's discography runs too short for that. But if you have heard their first CD for John Butcher's Acta label, this one feels like meeting a good friend. Acoustic Guitar John Russell Sopranino Saxophone, Alto Saxophone Stefan Keune. About this release. NurNichtNur BERSLTON 102 12 31 Germany. Recording Dates: Tracks 2 to 8 & 10 on 21 October 2002 in London Tracks 1 and 9 on 20 October 2002 at the Red Rose, London. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Buy STEFAN KEUNE - STEFAN KEUNE, JOHN RUSSELL : FREQUENCY OF USE music. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Stefan Keune: Sunday Sundaes Creative Sources. Showing 1 items Cache expiring in 72h Keyword-based search Best seller rank More. John Russell born 1954 in London is an acoustic guitarist who has worked exclusively in the field of free improvisation since the 1970s. He has been active consistently during that time as a promoter of concerts of freely improvised music in London, providing hundreds of playing opportunities for both local and international musicians. Russell has appeared on more than 50 published recordings. He has been described as an acoustic guitar loyalist who always manages to combine a classical delicacy. Stefan is an album led by trumpeter Dennis González which was recorded in 1987 and released on the Swedish Silkheart label. The Penguin Guide to Jazz notes Stefan is probably the trumpeter's masterpiece. a masterful record. All compositions by Dennis González except where noted. Stefan Keune sopranino, alto-saxophone John Russell acoustic guitar. Digital recording made in London by Martin Davidson 2002 October 21, exept 1, and 9, at the Red Rose 2002 October 20. Mastering by Martin Davidson. Cover by Hans Schneider. Special Thanks to: Martin Davidson, Hans Schneider and Joachim Zoepf. Tracklist: 1. Where 2. Why 4. How 5. What 6. Who 7. Anyway 8. How Much 9. Just That 10. Read the review of Stefan Keune, John Russell, Hans Schneider, Paul Lovens - Nothing Particularly Horrible Live in Bochum '93 FMR, 2019 on The Free Jazz Collective. Listen to online Stefan Keune, John Russell - Frequency Of Use, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Stefan Keune, John Russell - Frequency Of Use from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label NurNichtNur catalog number BERSLTON 102 12 31. This album was released in 2003 year. Format of the release is. CD , Album. Date of Copyright . Russell guitar and Keune saxophone play Mopomoso free improvisation night at the Vortex Jazz Club, London. 8th Februaray 2009. Filmed by Sylvie to music from Stefan Keune like Palate, Conically speaking & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Stefan Keune. From 1982, Stefan Keune studied privately with various teachers starting on the tenor saxophone. He was attracted to free improvised music from the beginning while using classical techniques from contemporary music as the basis of his playing. Keune began playing in local groups from 1985 with Martin Blume amongst others and since then he has intensively dedicated himself to the different kinds of improvised music. In 1987, he added the sopranino to his selection of instruments and has been playing it exclusively si read more