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Old 01-12-2011, 11:39 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I would like to note though that by Last Exit I mean the one with Bill Laswell, Brontzman, and Sonny Sharrock not the one with Sting. Apparently they're both Jazz fusion bands but I'm pretty sure that the one with Sting is not really worth mention.
Heh. Yeah, I assumed you meant the first one.
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Old 01-12-2011, 12:45 PM   #12 (permalink)
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If Jazz mixed with Post Hardcore sounds appealing to you I would highly recommend this..



I would go as far as saying that this band are probably my favourite band to come out of the 00's.
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If Jazz mixed with Post Hardcore sounds appealing to you I would highly recommend this..



I would go as far as saying that this band are probably my favourite band to come out of the 00's.
That sounds very much like it would appeal to me. I'll definitely check it out.
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Old 01-12-2011, 12:59 PM   #14 (permalink)
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James Chance & the Contortions - Buy



Other songs feature more of the 'noise' part, but the sax parts in this are just too good to pass up.

Free Improv. Jazz with lots of noisy qualities are quite prominent, too.

Masayuki Takayanagi - Free Form Suite - The first half of this album is actually very modal-jazz-y, but the second half is an improvised madhouse which really reaches the apex in the last few minutes, becoming absolutely nuts.

Masayuki Takayanagi - New Direction Unit: April Is the Cruellest Month - Much noisier on a first listen, and more ingrained into free jazz than the one I previously mentioned.

Of course, obvious rec's for this stuff include Peter Broeztmann's Machine Gun:



Also, if free jazz with a lot of chaos/disonnance contrasting the melodic parts is something you enjoy, seek out Double Trouble Two by The London Jazz Composers' Orchestra. I couldn't get enough of it.

For something more current: Red Trio's 2010 Self-titled release was quite good if I remember, and it involved dissonance, though not as much pure 'noise'.



Oh, and John Coltrane - The Olatunji Concert: The Last Live Recording is one of the most noisy, unforgiving "jazz but not jazz" albums you'll ever hear. The 'version' of "My Favorite Things" on there is essentially 15 minutes of rabid chaos, then they play the theme, then... Just madness. Truly passionate stuff if you're in the right mood for it.
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Yeah, I'm already pretty familiar with John Zorn in general. But thanks! What's your favorite Naked City album out of curiosity?
I only own Torture Garden,it is a great album.
I am not that much into experimental jazz,but I like John Zorn.
Sometimes I am wondering if I like him because he actually does good music or if it´s just because he has done an album with the drummer from Napalm Death.
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Otomo Yoshihide gets off on noise jazz and most of his subsequent bands.

(Not much else on the album reaches this unfortunately)

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