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Boomkat Product Review:
A timely reminder of Derek Bailey’s mould-breaking expressive genius, sparring Han Bennink on drums on the 2nd ever reissue of their Selections From Live Performance At Verity’s Place- originally recorded in 1972 and now repackaged with an extra side of the duo’s improvisations made in September 1973.
For the uninitiated, this pairing is a formidable and perhaps hard-to-grasp proposition, but their combination of playfulness and feral nature is underlined by cutting precision and dexterity that’s hard to ignore, especially if you’re intrigued by the chaos of noise music proper or the deviant angles of dance music’s more extreme, grid-warping innovators.
For everyone else - from blues scholars to avant-rock freaks and free jazz nuts - you’ll probably already know that Bailey / Bennink’s early free improv hook-up is a genuine blinder.