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Peter Brötzmann Octet
Machine Gun

Machine Gun is pretty much ground zero for a certain strain of European free improvisation: the explosion that sparked a thousand future fires. Peter Brötzmann is of course the headline figure here, but his Octet also contains such fantastic players as Han Bennink, Fred Van Hove and Evan Parker, all playing their hearts out. High energy reissue on vinyl from Cien Fuegos.
  • Vinyl LP (CF020)
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Peter Brötzmann Octet
Machine Gun Alternate Takes

Accompanying their new reissue of Peter Brötzmann’s legendary Machine Gun album, Cien Fuegos also provide some fascinating outtakes from those fiery 1968 sessions, never before pressed to vinyl. We get an alternate spin on Machine Gun itself, plus the first take of a composition that never made it to the finished album. A must for fans of the Brötz.
  • Vinyl LP (CF021LP)
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  • Last copy

Brötzmann / Miller / Moholo
Opened, But Hardly Touched


  • Vinyl Double LP (CF010)

Peter Brotzmann / Harry Miller / Louis Moholo
The Nearer The Bone, The Sweeter the Meat

Legendary saxophonist Peter Brotzmann meets two South African musicians on a reissue of this classic FMP session on Cien Fuegos. Brotzmann deploys his full range of reeds, from the lows of the bass clarinet to the dizzy highs of the soprano sax. Harry Miller grinds away on his double bass and Louis Moholo keeps up a constant spattering rhythm on the drums, all facilitating free jazz joy.
  • Vinyl LP (CF005)
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  • Cien Fuegos

Hermann Nitsch
Orgien Mysterien Theater – 25. Aktion

Hermann Nitsch is known for his epic performance artworks: a realisation of one of his Orgien Mysterien Theater pieces can last for days and involve hundreds of blood-soaked performers. This LP documents the sonic aspect of a 1982 ritual, remastered and reissued from a very limited original gallery edition. Out on Cien Fuegos.
  • Vinyl LP (CFX06)

Peter Brotzmann & Han Bennink
Schwarzwaldfahrt

1977 in the Black Forest near Aufen, two men make nature music. Broztmann and Bennink wander through trees, streams and lakes. With an arsenal of clarinet, viola, birdcalls, sand, land, water, air and sax, this repress out on Cien Fuegos takes you to many places. All recorded live out in the open world, Broztmann and Bennink know to get things done. With reed in the water experiments, tree bark improvisations and saxophone to the sky meditations. Bring your record player outside and become one with it all. 

Peter Brotzmann / Han Bennink / Van Hove
Tschüs

West Berlin in 1975. We have a free city. We have three men. All aching to be heard and with no rules on how. This record shows a more gentle side of Brotzmann’s sax, Bennink banging on the drums or anything he finds and Hove then exploring the whole piano. Get your ears ready for bird song experiments and cocktail jazz treachery. Yes, we are free indeed. Out on Vinyl LP.

Peter Brotzmann & Han Bennink
Ein Halber Hund Kann Nicht Pinkeln

Brotzmann & Bennink are situated at the very core of European Free Improvisation, and this is a vinyl reissue of their very first duo recording, from 1977. A piece of history then, but also a very playful and fresh sounding set of music, in which the duo occasionally leave their usual saxophone / percussion territory to dabble in clarinets, violas, and even banjos! Good fun.

Manfred Schoof Orchestra
European Echoes

A group of free-form Jazz lads from 1969, Manfred Schoof Orchestra has some big names; Evan Parker, Enrico Rava and Derek Bailey to name a few. European Echoes is a chaotic cacophony of sounds, one track taking up the A side and one for the B, hailing from a time when music was blossoming and everything was possible. Edition of 750 copies.   

Mittagspause
Mittagspause

German punks Mittagspause liked to dabble in guitar aggression and dark comedy, although this self-titled record finds them working at a slower, more meditative pace making music informed more by dub music than by no frills punk rock. This new reissue from Cien Fuegos takes what was once a double 7" and turns it into a straight-up LP.

Camp Sophisto
Songs In Praise of The Revolution

Camp Sophisto is a new wave/industrial/electronic project by German musician Peter Hein who was the singer of punk band Fehlfarben. Songs In Praise Of The Revolution was originally released on the legendary Dusseldorf art/punk label Pure Freude in 1983 and at the time received rave reviews in the English music press. Available on 7” single. Limited to 500 copies.
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  • Cien Fuegos

Peter Bröztmann Trio
For Adolphe Sax

Their first record as a crew of players, The Peter Bröztmann Trio play by the strictest of free jazz rules on For Adolphe Sax, refusing melody and limiting tonality for a record that sticks to the improvisational disasters the genre is proudest of producing. This record feeds on catharsis rather than composition, respecting the instincts that lead to music and none of the disciplines.
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  • Cien Fuegos

Brotzman / Hove / Bennink
Tschus


  • Label(s):
  • Cien Fuegos

Brotzman / Hove / Bennink
Balls


  • Label(s):
  • Cien Fuegos