Decoy With Joe McPhee: AC/DC

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Joe McPhee has been around for some time now, making his first appearance in the late 60s. Readers may remember his recordings for CJR and Hat Hut. He has visited Europe regularly and here is reunited with three leading figures on the London scene who make up Decoy: Steve Noble, John Edwards and Alexander Hawkins. Recorded live at Dalston’s Cafe Oto, it’s based on free improvisation and avant garde jazz, mixed with traditional forms and other elements. The set st
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