Steve Day's Visitors is a leftfield critique of the current state
of play which could provocatively make waves within the mainstream.
It contains a twisted mix of spoken, broken English over improvised
street-jazz injected with indie guitar. That's the method, the key
is in the content. Steve Day has written books on Ornette Coleman
and improvisation, as well as lots of sleeve notes on Anthony Braxton.
Among his collaborators on this CD are Bill Bartlett (piano), Aaron
Standon (reeds & guitar), Alex Harvey (guitar), Andrew 'Duds' Young
(guitar), Fiona Harvey (el. bass, viola), Anton Henley (drums).
"Visitors" is not like anything that usually happens in a studio.
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