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The Free Forms Sextet - Atomic FLAC

The Free Forms Sextet - Atomic FLAC
The Free Forms Sextet
Free Improvisation
Disques Meteor
GV 1536
FLAC size:
1293 mb
MP3 size:
1303 mb
WMA size:
1274 mb


1Atomic No 1
2Atomic No 2


  • Alto SaxophoneJohn Van Rymenant
  • Composed ByFrancis Joan
  • Double Bass [Bass Violin]Christian De Greves
  • Piano, LeaderPaul Lambert
  • TrumpetClaude Deron
  • Vibraphone [Vibes]Roland Lecourt
  • Vibraphone [Vibes], DrumsAndré Stordeur


The Free Forms Sextet
Contemporary Music- music by P Lambert & Francis Joan
Rarest belgian free jazz 45 from around 1966
Same style style as Kiosk, Brussels Art Quintet, Placebo with legendary Belgian saxophonist John Van Rymenant en experimental electronic music pioneer André Stordeur
Only a few copies known

On the labels:
The Free Form's 6tet
Contemporary Music - Music by P. Lambert & Francis Joan

Paul Lambert • piano (Leader)
Christian De Greves • Bass-viol.
André Stordeur • Vib • Drums
John Van Rymenant • alt. Sax
Claude Deron • Tp.
Roland Lecourt • Vibes


  • Rights Society: BIEM



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