1. Celebrated Jazz saxophonist and flautist Bob Downes' album first appeared on EMI's budget MFP label, arguably the only Progressive Jazz album ever issued by the label. The work was a collaboration with lyricist Robert Cockburn and was an outstanding eccentric example of Jazz Rock with Progressive and even Psychedelic influences.5/5(3).
  2. Apr 22,  · The Open Music trio included, apart from Downes, one of the following bass players: Barry Guy, Jeff Clyne, Harry Miller and Barre Philips (the first two are present on this recording) and drummer Denis Smith. Downes composed all the music and played mostly various flutes, although he was equally fluent playing the alto saxophone/5(1).
  3. Aug 07,  · Album: Electric City "Formed in originally as a trio, Open Music became a vehicule for a lot of Bob Downes' projects and musical activities: solo, trio, .
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bob Downes Open Music - Diversions at Discogs. Complete your Bob Downes Open Music collection/5(19).
  5. Bob Downes, compositore e polistrumentista britannico, estrae dal proprio magic box un'altra chicca che farà fellce gli appassionati di jazz, o meglio, di British vepimunchsforcomsofrresofttansecharju.xyzinfo movimento che, a partire della fine degli anni Sessanta, produsse un pimpante manipolo di musicisti-pionieri che ancora oggi calcano le scene internazionali come Evan Parker, John Surman, Keith Tippett, John Marshall, Ray.
  6. Bob Downes Open Music Openian Openian (label) Bob Downes Music Bob Downes Music (label) Jazz (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade.
  7. Diversions, the album by the Bob Downes Open Music Trio, is featured on CDSML This album sees the saxophonist and flautist lead his trio through an exhilarating set of original compositions blending Downes's melodic flair with the sensibilities of free jazz/5(3).

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