Everything is in the instructions

by Scott Fields & Jeffrey Lependorf

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Scott Fields, guitar
Jeffrey Lependorf, shakuhachi

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released November 1, 2013

Recorded at Topaz Studios, Cologne, Germany on October 20, 2012.
Cover photo by Frédéric Netter.


Scott Fields is a leading guitarist and composer in avant-jazz and New Music. Jeffrey Lependorf is a composer of contemporary chamber music and opera. He is also a certified master of the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese bamboo flute, and has helped create a new repertoire of music for this ancient instrument. In Everything is in the instructions, they perform new works for guitar and shakuhachi that combine written and improvised material. Don’t look for anything related to so-called ‘world music’ or some new agey concept here. This is the exciting combination of two major musical personalities, and definitely music for the 21st century, where sound, silence and structures are masterly entwined to create something entirely new and original.


Reviews:
François Couture, Mr. Délire's LD
Eyal Hareuveni, AllAboutJazz
Olivier Acosta, Mozaïc Jazz
Alexander Schmitz, Jazz Podium
Franpi Barriaux, CitizenJazz
Christian Larrède, JazzNews
Joël Pagier, ImproJazz
Grego Edwards, Gapplegate Guitar Blog
Ben Taffijn, Draai om je oren

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Founded in 2000 in Sweden, Ayler Records has gained recognition among Free Jazz fans by releasing both archive and contemporary recordings documenting the American, Scandinavian and French Free Jazz scenes.

In 2009, Ayler Records moved to France and has since opened the catalogue to recordings in less direct relationship with the Free Jazz canon, while remaining faithful to its original spirit.
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