577 Records Is Proud To Announce A New Vinyl LP
Daniel Carter, Patrick Holmes,
Matthew Putman, Hilliard Greene,
This project is the exciting, unusual and at times unexpected result of five musicians from different backgrounds getting together in a room and making music together for the first time. The chemistry they create is driven by a telepathic understanding, hence the title of the album.
This is not the first project for musicians Daniel Carter, Matthew Putman and Federico Ughi. The three have been collaborating closely for the last ten years. Their first album, The Gowanus Recordings, (also featuring Demian Richardson and Dave Moss) was released in 2009.
Daniel Carter was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in Massachusetts. His musical background includes recording and performances with legendary artists such as Sun Ra, Yoko Ono, Cecil Taylor, Living Colour, TEST, Other Dimensions In Music, MMW (Medeski Martin and Wood), Jaco Pastorius, Sonic Youth and many many others. Pianist Matthew Putman grew up in Ohio where he studied classical music and theatre. He is a renowned scientist and educator, best known for his work in nanotechnology, the science of working in extremely small dimensions. Drummer Federico Ughi grew up in Rome, Italy. He has developed his own style through the years, studying with master Ornette Coleman and playing and touring the world with celebrated bands like The Cinematic Orchestra and Blue Foundation.
On this record Carter, Putman and Ughi collaborate for the first time with Texas-born clarinet player Patrick Holmes (a brilliant up-and-coming member of the New York downtown scene) and veteran bassist Hilliard Greene, a mainstay of the avant-garde for the last 20 years. He has played with Cecil Taylor, Don Pullen, and Charles Gayle among many others.
Daniel Carterís poetry is featured on the cover of these exclusive limited edition vinyl LPs.
The album is out now on Forward Festival & 577 Records www.577records.com
This is an exclusive limited edition of 300 hand-numbered vinyl LPs + digital album
This project will be featured this Friday December 8th at the Forward Festival 2017