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Tracklist

A Untitled
B Untitled

Credits

  • Design, Recorded By, Mastered By – Cory E. Card
  • Turntables, Performer [Prepared Records], Performer [Tone Arm], Bells, Performer [Implements], Flute, Performer [Vibratube], Baritone Saxophone – Steve Baczkowski

Notes

Sugar City, Buffalo NY
May 30th, 2010

Edition of 100 copies
Steve Baczkowski - Tone Arm
Performer: Steve Baczkowski
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Title: Tone Arm
Released: 2011
Style: Avantgarde, Experimental, Free Improvisation
MP3 version ZIP size: 1269 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1296 mb
WMA version RAR size: 1810 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 348
Other Formats: AC3 MPC AA FLAC DMF MP4 AU
Steve Baczkowski - Tone Arm.pdf

Zadora
Buffalo Steve (his free jazz nickname) is most frequently noted for his wild baritone sax playing. He really knows how to handle that monster, but he takes a very different tack here. Using tone arm, screwed up records and loops, Steve makes a delirious racket, somewhat in the style of Dennis Duck Goes Disco, but even more manic and cartoony. Oh those golden birdies. - Byron Coley, Size Matters, The Wire 326Tone Arm, Steve Baczkowski's first solo release, takes a more collaged approach. Distorted field recordings of bird chatter, remote flutes, and shuffling feet are sandwiched between tone arm manipulation of Baczkowski's own home-modified vinyl records, resulting in an unpredictable arrhythmia of sounds, looped, sped up, slowed down, or reversed. The Buffalo-based saxophonist has collaborated with percussionist Ravi Padmanabha as well as a number of fine American contemporary free jazz practitioners, including Paul Flaherty, Chris Corsano, and Bill Nace. The vibrant drones of his baritone are impressive – its fleshy timbre sounds uncannily like a didgeridoo – but his delicate, eerie collages, somewhere between Marclay and Moondog, are irresistible.–Natasha Pickowicz, Paris Transatlantic Magazine, Spring 2011