A monster saxophonist who took the New York scene by storm recorded nine pieces with the
pianist whose previous encounters were with Evan Parker, Rosco Mitchell, Thomas Chapin, etc.
As Sam Prestianni writes in his liner notes, "... Bergman may be Perelman's ideal
pianistic counterpart (next to Matt Shipp, or perhaps Marilyn Crispell)."
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