Jeff Kaiser and Brad Dutz: The Order of Her Bones (PFMCD008)

Jeff Kaiser

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Jeff Kaiser: trumpet, flugelhorn, and voices.
Brad Dutz: marimba, glass marimba, vibes, xylophone, bass slit drum, gongs, nipple gongs, wind gong, bell plate, heavy bell, Indian bells, bell chimes, sea urchin chimes, obsidian chimes, cup chime, crotales, rotosound, bird whistles, Brazilian birdcalls, clay jay call, Rawcliffe clay bowls and tuba flute, rainstick, hadjira, concertina, ratchet, shakers, caxixi, bones, pods, balloon whistle, pandiero, riq, bougarabou, spinner, finger cymbals, cymbals, bongos, cajon, string cajon, frame drum, snare drum, bass drum, and voices.

1. The White Haired Gentleman Approaches 6:41

2. Magnification Embrace 5:50

3. The Scrupulous Hand of Childhood 6:18

4. Wounds and Contusions 3:18

5. The Vigilant Conspiracy 5:28

6. The Order of Her Bones 1:48

7. Stories, RumorsÉ 6:58

8. Finches and Wrens 5:42

9. It Becomes Translucent 5:32

10. Bring Me Some Eggs 3:16

11. No Coffee? Nothing? 4:56

12. Faintly Appearing 5:02

Total Playing Time: 60:50

1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 by Jeff Kaiser and Brad Dutz
© 2002 Jeff Kaiser Music, ASCAP and Leaky Spleen Music, BMI 4, 8, 12 by Brad Dutz
© 2002 Leaky Spleen Music, BMI Recorded by Brad Dutz at Apperson Street Studios in Tujunga, CA on 3.19.01, 6.4.01, and 9.15.01 Mastered by Jeff Kaiser
Design and layout by Jeff Kaiser
Brad Dutz endorses Paiste, VIC FIRTH, REMO, Yamaha, and Mountain Rythym

pfMENTUM CD008

PFMCD008

Hannes Giger and Joey Oz: Hear…or what? (PFMCD002)

Jeff Kaiser

[Please note: This disc is out-of-print, this page is for archival purposes.]

Hannes Giger: contrabass

Joey Oz: vibes and percussion

HEAR is an ongoing collaboration that began in 1994. All the music is improvised with some of the pieces based on minimal formal or thematic concepts. Besides playing the traditional sounds of vibes and contrabass, the HEAR musicians spend a lot of time expanding the sonic vocabulary of their instruments. Spoken words have also begun to find their way into the HEAR performance.

Erich “Joey Oz” Fischer lives in Aarau, Switzerland. He studied trumpet, percussion and timpani at the conservatory in Zurich and attended the Berklee college of Music in Boston in 1992. He teaches drum set at the Music Academy Basel and since 1988 has worked in a variety of jazz, latin and rock bands as vibraphonist, composer and arranger.

Hannes Giger, lives in Los Angeles, California. He studied contrabass at conservatories in Basel and Geneva, Switzerland, at the University of Cincinnati and the University of California, San Diego. Since 1991 he has performed in the United States, Asia and Europe and has ventured into a variety of styles, from classical to contemporary music, from traditional music to free jazz and performance art.

pfMENTUM CD002

PFMCD002