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Tom Prehn Kvartet - Axiom FLAC album

Performer: Tom Prehn Kvartet
Genre: Jazz
Title: Axiom
Released: 1963
Style: Free Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1395 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1819 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1583 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 287
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Producer, Liner Notes – John Corbett. Tenor Saxophone – Frits Krogh Axiom was recorded in 1963 for the Danish label Sonet. The two tracks of the original LP, mastered from both extant copies of the test master, are augmented by a single track from 1966, never before released.

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Axiom has significant historical importance by being what is quite possibly the first European free jazz record, even if it was not released at the time. Recorded in Copenhagen in October 1963, it should have been Tom Prehn Quartet´s debut album for the Sonet label. But by the time the test pressings arrived, a couple of months later, the music already sounded old to them and Sonet subsequently pulled the plug. A few sleeves and labels had been printed but only two complete copies survived, making it one of the rarest jazz albums ever.

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Tom Prehn's music, which is exclusively known from a 1967 release that was reissued on the Unheard Music Series, is not only impossibly uncommon, it is also exceptionally wonderful, featuring an extended tenor saxophone solo by Frits Krogh that is clearly influenced by Sonny Rollins but has a unique character. The rhythm section is deep into non-metrical time, something unusual in a European context before 1965, and comparisons to Cecil Taylor are valid, though Prehn's playing has little in common with the American master, exploring chords and clusters rather than linear runs

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