|1||Hold It Right There||6:06|
|2||Right On Guys||37:47|
|3||The Gearbox Explodes!||20:21|
Live at St. Dominics Retreat Working Mens Club, Newcastle upon Tyne October 24th 2006.
Recorded direct to mini-disc using one microphone by [...]. Post-production: [...].
Thanks to Roger Telford, Paul Kelly and particularly Chris Trent for working miracles with the source recording.
Excerpts from this concert will appear in the documentary film ‘Sunny’s Time Now’ by Antoine Prum to be released in 2008.
All pieces are free improvisations by Murray (Murrayisum Music, AFL, Sacem, BMI)), Bevan (PRS), Edwards (PRS).
C & P Foghorn Records (UK) 2007.
Catalog number on spine: FGCD009
Catalog number on disc: FOGCD009
The Gearbox Explodes succeeds because Murray, tenor and bass saxophonist Tony Bevan and bassist John Edwards are each fearless and have, over time, developed a level of group empathy which enables deep and vigorous interaction. The closing The Gearbox Explodes is another incident-packed collective workout, its first 10 minutes performed over funky drum and bass lines, before moving into free rhythm, still with an R&B feel, for the second half. Another remarkable album from this hard-wired trio. Track Listing. Right On Guys Hold It Right There The Gearbox Explodes Personnel. The Gearbox Explodes by Sunny Murray, John Edwards, Tony Bevan, released 01 October 2007 1. Right On Guys 2. Hold It Right There 3. The Gearbox Explodes Sunny Murray : Drums John Edwards : Double Bass Tony Bevan : Tenor & Bass Saxophones An incident-packed collective workout performed over funky drum and bass lines, before moving into free rhythm, still with an R&B feel. Gatefold Digipak Includes unlimited streaming of The Gearbox Explodes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 10 days. Double Bass John Edwards Drums Sunny Murray Tenor Saxophone, Bass Saxophone Tony Bevan. About this release. Foghorn Records FOGCD009 UK. Recorded on 24 October 2006 live at St. Dominics Retreat Working Mens Club, Newcastle upon Tyne. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Likewise, Sunny Murray beat new paths around the kit with Cecil Taylor in the 1960s, but a double booking at a Newcastle jazz club last year saw his trio decamp to the working men's club opposite. You can sense Sunny's boys start to snag the regular drinkers during the first of three lengthy binges. The saxophonist Bevan relishes accompanying a legend Edwards is the best bassist in Britain. All play like they have something to prove. Foghorn FOGCD009. The Peter Edwards Trio - A Matter of Instinct. 1, rub. P&p: rub p&p. The Teardrop Explodes - Kilimanjaro. Information for album The Gearbox Explodes: Sunny Murray Trio. The Gearbox Explodes 2007. Members A 2006. James Murray : Sunny Murray. John Edwards. Tony Bevan. Bevan Kingston Lewis A 1989. Limescale A 2003. Steve Reid Ensemble A 2005. Listen to music from Sunny Murray , John Edwards , Tony Bevan like Part IV, Part I & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sunny Murray , John Edwards , Tony Bevan. Release group information. Artist: Sunny Murray, John Edwards & Tony Bevan. Type: Album. The jazz drummer Sunny Murray, who has died 81, was a particularly free-thinking descendant from those African origins. Murray also struck up a productive relationship with the British saxophonist Tony Bevan and the double bassist John Edwards, documented on the unexpectedly intimate and delicate album The Gearbox Explodes 2006 and the studio session I Stepped Onto a Bee 2010. Strength and intensity at the drumkit were the variables that mattered most to Murray and he felt convinced in the late 1960s that he was the one drummer capable of conveying the new levels they had then reached in jazz. Album Review Archive. Sunny Murray, John Edwards and Tony Bevan I Stepped Onto A Bee. Posted by Stewart Lee Saturday, June 11th, 2011. Working with Cecil Taylor and Albert Ayler in the Sixties, Sunny Murray, the Dr Who of the drumkit, escaped the tyranny of time. Here he teams again with his British collaborators, the saxophonist Tony Bevan and John Edwards, the European improvisers bass player of choice. Bevan and Edwards are in uncharacteristically bluesalicious mode here. Having spent a lifetime dodging melodies in search of transcendence, they circumnavigate the carvery to load up on fat licks