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Tetuzi Akiyama London 13th October

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  • Nathaniel Catchpole
    Tetuzi Akiyama solo boogie plus trios with: John Butcher & Ross Lambert Nathaniel Catchpole & Sebastian Lexer Thursday 13 October 8pm £6 Red Rose Club, 129
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 6, 2005
      Tetuzi Akiyama

      solo boogie

      plus trios with:
      John Butcher & Ross Lambert
      Nathaniel Catchpole & Sebastian Lexer

      Thursday 13 October
      8pm
      £6
      Red Rose Club, 129 Seven Sisters Road, London N7 7QG
      tel: 020 7978 9006
      e-mail: ongaku@...
      www.ongakusound.com


      Following his last appearance in London with Keith Rowe and Eddie Prévost a couple of years ago, Ongaku:enjoy_sound are very pleased to be able to present Tetuzi Akiyama ("challenging for the title of most interesting guitarist on the planet" - The Wire) again in a further programme of his music, on 13th October in London for another unique concert.

      He will play on the night in two new trios, and also perform solo. Ongaku collaborators Nathaniel Catchpole and Ross Lambert ("extraordinary" - The Wire) have both played with Tetuzi in Tokyo, and it's a simple pleasure for now them to return this favour.

      The evening will also feature world-renowned saxophonist John Butcher, in a trio with Lambert and Akiyama. Butcher (www.johnbutcher.org.uk/ ) has not played with either musician before. His latest appearance at Ongaku has just been released on the double CD 'horn_bill' (Matchless).

      Catchpole, also featured on 'horn_bill', will play with Akiyama and Sebastian Lexer. Sebastian runs the successful 'Interlace' concert series at Goldsmiths, and is a colleague of Nat and Ross in the group 9! and on Resonance 104.4FM's 'Coin on the Track', as well as having a longstanding association with John Tilbury.

      Tetuzi's solo boogie playing reached wide attention on the vinyl only Don't Forget to Boogie "...a straight solo performance of riffs, licks and grease that would make Billy Gibbons jealous and European festival organizers scratch their heads in bewilderment." (pitchfork).

      This promises to be a very special concert.


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