Never Mind The Future

by Sarah Murcia

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06:29
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02:41
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07:05
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02:43
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03:02
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03:50
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02:15
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06:46
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04:32

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Sarah Murcia, double-bass, voice, sh101
Benoît Delbecq, piano
Mark Tompkins, voice
Olivier Py, saxophones
Gilles Coronado, electric guitar
Franck Vaillant, drums, percussion

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released February 9, 2016

All arrangements by Sarah Murcia except #3 by Gilles Coronado.

Recorded May 2015 at Midilive and mixed Oct. 2015 at Studio Boxson by Philippe Teissier du Cros.

All compositions by Paul Cook/Steve Jones/Glen Matlock/John Lydon except #3, #8 by Paul Cook/Steve Jones/John Lydon/John Beverley and #13 by Jacques Revaux/Claude François.

Produced by Sarah Murcia & Philippe Teissier du Cros.
Executive production by Stéphane Berland.

Sarah Murcia presents “Never Mind the Future”, a variation on the Sex Pistols’ “Never Mind the Bollocks” album. In dissecting and reinterpreting each song, it is not a simple exercise in covering tunes but a will to actually feed on the music of the Sex Pistols in order to express hers. A music that blends jazz, rock and song, where Sarah Murcia is accompanied by her band ‘Caroline’, with the addition of pianist Benoît Delbecq and dancer/crooner Mark Tompkins.

TO BE PLAYED LOUD

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Ayler Records France

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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