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by Bloodcount

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John Cratchley
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John Cratchley I remember seeing Bloodcount play at Leeds Irish Centre about this time…the band very nearly outnumbered the audience… but it was one of the best gigs (out of very many) I ever saw and the band were terrific…on fire…25 years ago!! Who says you can’t time travel? This rediscovered recording took me right back…what a find! Thanks Tim…Love & Respect.
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Giles I listened to this on a bus ride the other day and at one point the heaviest and funkiest drum beat I'd ever heard emerged behind a Tim Berne solo. I dunno what track it was (just like if I'd been there live?) but anyway buy this and find that moment for yourself, satisfaction guaranteed!!
Jonathan Pryor
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Jonathan Pryor No lie! The recording quality on both these albums SUPERB! (My #2 is Mr. Johnson's Blues. The drums RIP on that tune! Favorite track: The Opener.
Eric Devin
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Eric Devin Wow! Tim's not kidding about the sound -- check out the detail on the drum solo on "Bro Ball." Burn it to CD or stream to a stereo -- currently have this on my system and the clarity/mix is excellent.
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Bro Ball 16:54
Snow White 11:58
The Opener 12:52
IRU.S 21:04


Wow…I should clean more often!
I think this is the best sounding and best musically of all the live bloodcount recordings.
Apparently it was in witness protection till now on ADAT
Anyway,it’s being liberated now with 2 sets quartet and 2 sets with Marc Ducret.
Each 2 hour download is being sold separately.
Thanks for checking it out!
-The artist formerly known as Bruce


released September 3, 2021

Jim Black, drums
Michael Formanek, bass
Chris Speed, tenor sax and clarinet
Tim Berne, alto & baritone sax, composer

Recorded live in ‘97 Somewhere by Someone
Mastered by Joe Branciforte

All music Tim Berne party music bmi


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