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Evan Parker
Drawn Inward

Evan Parker tenor and soprano saxophones, khene
Philipp Wachsmann violin, viola, live electronics, sound processing
Barry Guy double-bass
Paul Lytton percussion, live electronics
Lawrence Casserley live electronics, sound processing
Walter Prati live electronics, sound processing
Marco Vecchi live electronics, sound processing
 
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DrawnInward

Recorded December 1998
ECM 1693
 
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"Drawn Inward" is the follow-up to the widely-acclaimed "Toward The Margins", a recording that attracted a great deal of critical attention for its sensitive cross-referencing of free improvisation, live electronics and real-time sound processing. "Absorbing, innovative and wholly original music," The Times of London declared. "Drawn Inward" adds computer musician/composer Lawrence Casserley to the line-up. At any given moment, up to five musicians in the band are playing live electronics, increasing the fascinating maze-like complexity of the sound that swirls around Parker's extraordinary saxophone.