by amere3

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amere3's second album continues their exploration of non-hierarchical conversational trio improvisation. A superb recording of some truly intriguing music.

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“The musicians’ empathy seems so natural that it is almost as if this is a one-man trio at work after 10 years of sound communion; there is a startling new noise afoot in Liverpool.” Chris Searle MORNING STAR


released August 22, 2012

Phil Hargreaves: soprano sax, tenor sax
Simon H. Fell: double bass
Rob Dainton: drums

2009 (57 mins.) in 4-panel card sleeve
© Bruce's Fingers 2012

full track listing:
1. Yesterday’s Filth [13:30]
2. Metamorphisis [10:12]
3. Something About Exactitude and Truth [6:19]
4. The Fat Corner [13:11]
5. Between Throat and Chin [6:10]
6. At What Height Do You Hover? [8:02]

amere3 discography: amere3.bandcamp.com

This musical work was conceived as an album, and is available here as such. However, if you wish to download individual tracks, you can do so at iTunes or Diogenes


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amere3 is a trio of Phil Hargreaves (saxophones and flute), Simon H. Fell (double bass) and Rob Dainton (percussion). The group was formed in 2000, and is based principally in the Northwest of England.

see also: brucesfingers.bandcamp.com/album/trees

[trio illustration: Hieronymus Bosch]
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