M.U.N. - Hession / Wilkinson / Fell - St. Johns (CD, Album)

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  1. Fell's most notable early group was a group with drummer Paul Hession and saxophonist Alan Wilkinson, a free-jazz trio that was exceedingly fast and furious even by the standards of that genre. Their work was primarily released as cassettes and CDs on Fell's label Bruce's Fingers, including Bogey's and the group's only studio album, foom! foom!
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  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for St. Johns - Hession/Wilkinson/Fell on AllMusic -
  4. The trio of Alan Wilkinson on alto and baritone saxophones, Simon H. Fell on double bass, and Paul Hession on drums first came together to play improvised music in , releasing their first album, Bogey ’ s (Bruce ’ s Fingers) in
  5. Jan 12,  · John Wilkinson, a guitar player who accompanied Elvis Presley for more than a thousand shows as a member of the TCB Band, died on Friday at .
  6. JOHN HESSION Director, Product Development Engineering at Electrochem, An Integer Company. Greater Boston Area Medical DevicesTitle: Director, Product Development .
  7. Music For 10(0) by Simon H. Fell, released 20 August 1. Music For 10(0) [preview excerpt] A suite of pieces for 10 improvisers plus poet, recorded live at the Termite Festival. Poems by the redoubtable Out To Lunch selected press quotes "Music For 10(0) may be Fell's best recording yet. If you haven't checked out Fell's music, I suggest strongly that you do so.
  8. Registered Firm by Hession / Wilkinson / Fell + Morris, released 01 March 1. Registered Firm 2. Bows And Buttons The impressive fruit of the quartet's UK tour. An intriguing amalgam that spits fire. selected press quotes "Spontaneous music of a scorching and unrelenting intensity conversational music of the most intuitive eloquence unquenchable energy.

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