Songs and Rituals in Real Time. Songs and Rituals in Real Time is a double LP album by Tim Berne released by Empire Productions (USA) in 1982 and re-released on CD as a part of The Empire Box on Screwgun Records (USA) in 1998. The album was Recorded live at Inroads, New York City on July 1, 1981. It features the quartet of Mack Goldsbury, Ed Schuller, Paul Motian and Tim Berne.
Tim Berne chronology. Songs and Rituals in Real Time (1982). The Ancestors (1983). Tim Berne on inviting Paul Motian to play: "I met Paul Motian when he was doing a gig with the bass player Saheb Sarbib. And I just went up to him and I asked him. And to this day I have no idea how I got the nerve. But he sort of said 'Yeah, man, send me something,' or whatever.
Alto Saxophone, Producer, Composed By – Tim Berne Bass – Ed Schuller Drums – Paul Motian Soprano Saxophone – Mack Goldsbury Tenor Saxophone – Mack Goldsbury. Empire EPC 60K-2 (US). Recorded live on July 1, 1981 in New York City. Thanks to snobb for the updates. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
In Real Time (MAZK album). Tim Berne (born 1954) is an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Described by critic Thom Jurek as commanding "considerable power as a composer and. frighteningly deft ability as a soloist", Berne has composed and performed prolifically since the 1980s. His mainstream success has been limited – Berne recorded two albums for Columbia Records – but he has released a significant body of work over the decades spanning dozens of critically acclaimed recordings.
Shadow Man is Tim Berne's second Snakeoil project for ECM. The composer and bandleader co-produced this set in single takes with David Torn in a New York studio as a way of showcasing the crackling intensity of the group's live performances in balance with the various subtleties in scripted compositions that are sometimes lost in that situation
Tim Berne has been described as a saxophonist and composer of granite conviction by The New York Times. Incidentals is the fourth album from his spirited Snakeoil band and the second (following on from 2015’s You’ve Been Watching Me) to feature the quintet line-up in which his core group with clarinettist Oscar Noriega, pianist Matt Mitchell and Ches Smith is augmented by guitarist Ryan Ferreira. Complete and self-contained, it can also be considered a partner volume to the 2015 release You’ve Been Watching Me, further documenting a period in the band’s life in which the energetic core group of Berne, fellow reedman Oscar Noriega, pianist Matt Mitchell and t/vibraphonist Ches Smith was augmented by guitarist Ryan Ferreira, whose textural playing and floating, ambient.
Tim is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band The Replacements. It was released in October 1985 on Sire Records. It was their first major label release and also the last album made by the original line-up of the band: guitarist Bob Stinson was kicked out of the band towards the end of 1986. Like its predecessors, Tim achieved moderate mainstream commercial success despite critical acclaim
Tim Berne's Snakeoil: Incidentals by Karl Ackermann, published on August 29, 2017. Of the formal Tim Berne groups dating back to his 1990s Caos Totale, only his Bloodcount formation has a larger output than Snakeoil.