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Following the critical acclaim for Prévost’s bold series of recorded concerts in 2011, join us for a unique monthly series of concerts, revisiting the recordings and discovering how the music has evolved.
Evan Parker tenor saxophone, John Edwards double bas, Eddie Prévost drums
“All Told... is all about movement. Evan Parker sticks to tenor saxophone, and Prévost plays a drum kit; the lineup is no different than that on Way Out West. The intricate bass figures, brushed drums and gruff-toned, spiraling horn lines are constantly on the move, twisting around each other in an ongoing exchange of challenge and support.” — Bill Meyer, Downbeat
“All Told is a clever title. It’s a tidy summation of the nature of free improvisation: in
performance, nothing’s hidden—all is there. So it’s in this spirit of full disclosure that All Told presents a complete performance by Prévost, Evan Parker, and John Edwards. You’d be hard pressed to find many unsure steps here, though.
“All Told is a spontaneous performance, but in many ways it’s among the jazziest things
these guys have done in a number of years.... Parker sticks solely to tenor, working with
well-spaced sonic parcels, skittering packets of notes that seem to ricochet unpredictably
off everything they meet. Like Coltrane, Parker deals in density of sound rather than individual notes, a harmonic atmosphere that’s difficult to parse but endlessly fascinating. Edwards, as usual, is brain-numbingly good. There’s a primal physicality to his bass playing that clearly enlivens his playing mates. “As the subtitle reveals, All Told is to
be the first in a series of albums, all captured from an on-going concert series started by
Prévost last year. Parker is the benchmark for remarkable saxophonists in this day and age, and the natural starting point. We’ve been fortunate to share in countless “meetings”
with these musicians over the years (though the infrequency with which these three have
played together is baffling), and any excuse to bring great talents together is obviously
welcome. Keep calling your meetings, Eddie. All Told sets the bar high. But somehow, I don’t think that will be a problem.” — Dan Sorrells, Freejazz