|Album:||Freedom of the City 2002||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||London Improvisers Orchestra||Added:||Jul 2003|
|Add Date:||2003-07-28||Pull Date:||2003-09-29||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Sep 28||Sep 21||Aug 24||Aug 10||Aug 3|
|1.||Nov 14, 2009:||Music Casserole
|4.||Sep 18, 2003:||Civil Society
Fanfare for L.I.O.
|2.||Oct 03, 2003:||Memory Select
|5.||Aug 22, 2003:||Memory Select
|3.||Sep 26, 2003:||Memory Select
Too Busy [excerpt]
|6.||Aug 04, 2003:||Fly By Night
1- Fourteen-segment piece that starts loud but is mainly quiet and sneakily rustling. Nice segments will bells, and later with prerecorded voice
2- Big and wild, w/wacky poetry. Great fast start w/ bells!
3- Trombone "concerto." Nicely tumbling feel, with occasional pauses where the trombone gets to solo.
4- Percussion trio. Quiet, starts inaudibly.
5- Building orchestral swirls. Pauses at about -2:00 for a series of "solos" by cell phones -- cute idea but possibly too quiet for radio
6- Quiet, minimalist strings. Builds to big loud ending. Kind of monochromatic, doesn't need to be 10 minutes.
7- Drunken marching-band fanfares, bookended by quiet patches
|3.||Concerto for Paul Rutherford||6.||Giallo|
|7.||Fanfare for L.I.O.|