Saturday, April 07, 2007

duology links

Now, for a limited time! Absolutely free! No obligation to buy!

Each file is about 10 megs so take your time. Don't listen in your browser, but download.

duets with:

Mark Weaver, tuba

Ruth Zaporah, movement/voice artist

Chris Jonas, soprano and tenor sax

Jeremy Bleich, percussion and oud

Paul Brown, bass

Mike Rowland, drums

These are in the order presented during the concert (which was derived by drawing names out of a hat). I'm on piano each time.

10 comments:

Stavrogin said...

Thank you for duology links.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to check these out. Peter, as an ecologist and lover of experimental/avant garde jazz I really enjoy reading your blog!

Julia said...

hey pete, psyched to hear the recordings. you should get a myspace page and put them up there. Did i really just say that? yes, I did! also, then you could the reporter's myspace friend! www.myspace.com/sfreporter

Dan said...

Downloading now, looking forward to listening!

unnarrator said...

A real achievement, love...as well as a fabulous way to celebrate your third birthday. Well-played!

Chris Rich said...

Peter, I finished my blog tribute to Stochasticus and others. Thanks for existing.

Now ley me type several letter strings to safeguard you from spam you are unlikely to get.

Taran said...

hi peter,
great blog. check out my radio show, the kamasutra of creative music: taran's free jazz hour, www.tfjhp.blogspot.com
you must know mark weber & co.
taran

Massimo Magee said...

These are some great tracks. I particularly enjoyed the last two!

Here's to more in the future!

Anonymous said...

Hey Peter. Blast from the past here, EJ Callanan from Desert Academy.

You just popped into my head the other day so I googled you, and here you are!

Write me at: ejcallanan@yahoo.com and let me know what you're up to! I'd love to hear from you!

God Bless,
EJ

peter breslin said...

thanks to all for stopping to download. The tracks will be available for about one more week.

I'd like to know what people think but there's been an ominous silence..............

PB