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The Long Haul

by Rempis Percussion Quartet

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Clock Ticks 17:44
Tumbleweeds 46:08


Dave Rempis - alto/tenor/bari saxophone
Ingebrigt Håker Flaten - bass
Tim Daisy - drums
Frank Rosaly - drums

Recorded April 13th, 2011
live at The Hideout, Chicago, IL

Recorded and mixed by Dave Zuchowski

Produced by Dave Rempis

Special thanks to Mitch Cocanig, Andrea Jablonski, and the entire Hideout crew.


released August 26, 2020

This live recording from 2011 by the longstanding working band The Rempis Percussion Quartet documents a period of work in between two previous releases - 2010's Montreal Parade, and 2013's Phalanx - the first release ever put out on Aerophonic Records!   Here we find a band live onstage, and ready to roll for what had increasingly become a rare "hometown" performance after Flaten moved away from Chicago a few years earlier.  Situated at the legendary Hideout, a warm Chicago venue that served as a home base every Wednesday night from 2006-2014 for the improvised music scene locally, nationally, and internationally, the band was comfortable, fired up, and ready to go for the occasion.  We're very happy to present this previously undocumented era in the band's development for the first time.


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Aerophonic Records / Dave Rempis Chicago, Illinois

Aerophonic Records is a 100% artist-run label created by well-known Chicago saxophonist Dave Rempis (Rempis Percussion Quartet, The Engines, Ballister, Vandermark Five) to document his ongoing work. His intent with the label is to give him more direct contact with his audience, more control over how his work is presented, and more synchronicity between touring schedules and recorded output. ... more

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