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Q.O. (vinyl 7")

Quentin Rollet, Charlie O. - Q.O. (vinyl 7\
A sax/Hammond organ duet recorded at XtraLab, Paris, then edited at Can Studio, Weilerswist, by René Tinner. Strangely, digital noises were added during the transfer of the sound files and are now part of the abstract music of the duo.
Quentin Rollet (born 1974) started playing the alto saxophone at the age of 11 and the sopranino saxophone at 37. After a few years spent unlearning the teaching of the conservatory, he devoted himself solely to free improvisation. This led him to play on record or on stage with groups as varied as Nurse With Wound, Prohibition, The Red Krayola, Mendelson, David Grubbs, Herman Dune, Akosh S. Unit, Thierry Müller, Rubin Steiner, eRikm, Jac Berrocal, Andrew Liles, Bästard, Ulan Bator, Costes, Red, Melmac, Dragibus, Phoebe Killdeer & The Short Straws, Jérôme Lorichon, Charlie O, Dan-Charles Dahan, Zsolt Söres, Pal Toth, Jean-Noël Cognard, Jean-Pierre Barja, Rivkah, Benoît de Villeneuve...... He is a member of Pointe du Lac, and the co-founder of the labels Rectangle (with Noël Akchoté), reQords and Bisou Records.
Organist, pianist, trumpet player, singer, producer, of jazz, house music, French song, disco, free jazz... Charlie O. has made, with Luigee Trademarq, music for John B. Root's films, remixes for Alex Gopher or De Crecy, the soundtrack of a Cedric Klapisch's film, collaborated with Cosmo Vitteli and David Grubbs, formed a band with Akosh S., ErikM and Quentin Rollet, co-produced an album of Mendelson, participated in Rubin Steiner's "Chantiers", etc.
Artwork: : Michael Krebber.
published in 1999
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