Some Other Zongs

by Daunik Lazro

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Daunik Lazro, baritone sax

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released July 1, 2011

1-2 recorded on April 5, 2010 at Europa Jazz Festival,
Collégiale Saint-Pierre-La-Cour, Le Mans.
3-6 recorded on February 18, 2011 in Saint-Merry church, Paris.
Cover photo by Frédéric Netter.


Ten years after his first and only solo release Zong Book, baritone saxophonist Daunik Lazro delivers another collection of improvised solo pieces, recorded during the 2010 Europa Jazz Festival and in Paris’ Saint-Merry church a few months later. If Lazro’s creativity and technique are no longer to prove, it’s really the highly personal quality of the sonic landscapes he’s creating that strikes the most when listening to the music on this recording. On Some Other Zongs, Lazro displays a varied palette of multi-phonic sounds and colors, always blending the cerebral with the emotional, reaching the depths of his inner self and bringing music out of it, and this even when revisiting a tune like Joe McPhee’s Le Vieux Carré and sort of paying homage to the blues roots of free music.


Reviews:
Julien Héraud, Improv Sphere
Franpi Barriaux, Sun Ship
François Dunlop, Douze Pouces
Guillaume Tarche, Le Son du Grisli
François Couture, Mr. Délire's LD
Henri-Jules Julien, Revue & Corrigée
Mark Corroto, AllAboutJazz
Stef Gjissels, Free Jazz
Luc Bouquet, ImproJazz
Guy Sitruk, Jazz à Paris
Stéphane Ollivier, Jazz Magazine
Maxime Bouchard, Jazz à crédit
Olivier Acosta, Mozaïc Jazz
Dan Warburton, The Wire
Guillaume Belhomme, Les Inrockuptibles
John Eyles, Dusted Magazine
Thierry Lepin, Jazz News
Stuart Broomer, Point of Departure
Jean Buzelin, CultureJazz
Ken Waxman, JazzWord
Joël Pagier, ImproJazz
Clifford Allen, Ni Kantu
Massimo Ricci, Paris Transatlantic
Noël Tachet, ImproJazz

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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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