Peter Brötzmann Sextet/Quartet
The bearded, fierce-looking German sax and clarinet player Peter Brötzmann has been a luminary of the free jazz world for nearly four decades and has become its godfather, collaborating with younger avant-gardists like Chicago reedist Ken Vandermark and Swedish sax player Mats Gustaffson. Brötzmann's original interest was in painting, but he quickly grew frustrated with the gallery situation in the modern art world and turned his focus to playing swing and bebop semiprofessionally in Germany. A self-taught clarinet player, Brötzmann also began playing the saxophone around the time he met bassist/tuba player Peter Kowald in the early '60s. The pair spent a great deal of time together over the next few years, playing music by Charles Mingus and Ornette Coleman and hanging out at Brötzmann's studio listening to modern experimental composers like Karlheinz Stockhausen and John Cage.
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