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The Free Jazz MANIFESTO

...and he said them: do not follow me... find your own way .

...bien sûr, les auditeurs n'existent pas, c'est une illusion collective...

Do not admire. Do not admire anything. Admire no one, be free...so you'll be free -
Hear your own, hear your next ones...I hear bits of music, resounding... Repetitive - madness
alienation -
This is neuro - time - consuming devastation….of our alienated life -
I do rebel -
Ain't consuming The System, Your Stuff, Sir!
Ain't hearing this brand-new shitting out -
No Radio - No Supermarket - No MUSIC – No industry...for me -
please!

TheFreeJazz:

“Music” has become nowadays a big bluff......

It's now! … time for a revolutionary , situationist use of music....:

1. refuse all music-impositions of the Mess-Age... the media society

2. refuse all kind of dead, serial brainwashing use of “music”.

3. take a flute / take something to play with you.

4. try to recreate your own time... cutting out all impositions of the capitalist society

5. use less than you need -
“Music” belongs nowadays to the "society of the spectacle" (Guy Debord)

...sorry, but the “mood” is really negative...

Things have to change.
We create our own music

playing

listening

as a way to get together and not as a way of tearing us apart
dividing our world.... making

advertisement - show/spectacle in this "society".

Get free
go on foot on the road
wander by bike... use less than we really need

take the rhythm of your feet in you

your whistling breath

play as you like... - dont' care how -

be free!

life is short,

don't work too much...

don't work at all for the system

disobey (this-obey-this-order-too!)

(You can download "my" tracks, play them where you like, copy them and give to your grandmother, make a remix and share with everyone, but you just can't sell them, 'cause they're free, and so were meant to be - and so should be everything).

If you like, please give money to EMERGENCY Hospitals all around the world.

Thanks

d.p.
TheFreeJazz

TheFreeJazz davide puglielli, nowhere, Italy

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  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    Children playing at 1.26
    on June 07, 2013 19:32

    @ejsoriginals: Thank You!!

  • A Comment on Gabriele Giorgini's
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    Do it like Fredo (Lo Scroccone) at 3.19
    on April 23, 2013 11:03

    bel fraseggio! ci sento echi di Scofield (Uberjam)

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    The Fretboard as a Canvas at 3.26
    on April 20, 2013 06:51

    grazie, ma era un pezzo "sperimentale" ISPIRATO A dEREK bAILEY, IL CHITARRISTA "FUORI DI TESTA" iNGLESE. CIAO

  • A Comment on Nino Scaffidi's
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    Nino Scaffidi - Da Dove Sto Chiamando at 2.03
    on January 05, 2013 23:12

    ma la canzone è ispirata a Carver?

  • A Comment on Nino Scaffidi's
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    Nino Scaffidi - Da Dove Sto Chiamando at 2.03
    on January 04, 2013 00:35

    Mih! ma sei un poeta!

  • A Comment on Mike Miller Jazz Guitar's
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    Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Jazz trio live) at 1.46
    on December 19, 2012 08:57

    your guitar sounds like a tonal Derek Bayley guitar. Great!

  • A Comment on mangenerated's
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    Inner Tree at 1.05
    on November 21, 2012 09:24

    I find right this moment! so interesting!

  • A Comment on Jake Harper's
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    Free Improvisation at 1.43
    on October 24, 2012 08:40

    very interesting, but something lookks like/ sounds like blocked... there must be a turning point. It sounds great. There is a constant search.... I think that you need friends to play...as me

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    Lullaby at 1.05
    on March 05, 2012 20:14

    Good! Thank you

  • A Comment on Chris Alpiar's
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    Jupiter - Deep Space (montage) 4:34 at 1.31
    on February 19, 2012 21:56

    Travolgente! Great

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    The fretboard is a flatland where crossing line...
    on February 17, 2012 23:21

    an homage to Abbott's Flatland.... where Flatland is the fretboard... and sounds and strings and lines and notes are....

  • A Comment on faustseele's
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    Derek Bailey - Noting at 4.28
    on February 14, 2012 11:58

    Hi, is is this an original song of yours , played in the style of Bailey or is it Derek playing? It sound very interesting in both cases! Keep goin' on!

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    Requiem for Chet and Miles at 0.49
    on February 08, 2012 10:03
  • A Comment on Vincent Grit's
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    Hiphop Darbuka at 1.23
    on February 04, 2012 22:34

    a very sensual music !

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 2: Duo for Braxton/Pavone at 2.24
    on January 10, 2012 11:48

    Unruhe... unruhiges Spielen, 'ne zerrissene Seele?

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    Blues for Washboard & Uku-Guitar at 3.08
    on October 26, 2011 21:58

    Fine, I heard your music....my wife likes it. Bye

  • A Comment on Vincent Grit's
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    Jozef Israelsstraat at 1.29
    on October 26, 2011 15:32

    Minimal, excellent. There's much poetry here.

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    Sleepery at 1.43
    on October 24, 2011 14:31
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    Sleepery at 1.18
    on October 23, 2011 19:35

    ciao! Grazie, Thanks

  • A Comment on clippzclippedoutclippingz's
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    Gerbil turner at 3.43
    on October 20, 2011 13:50

    your music is complex but interesting although the sound (electronic) is alienating (I think)
    Interesting -

  • A Comment on RyAn j. DiLLoN's
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    Solar Eclipse (8-track digital) at 1.26
    on September 22, 2011 18:21

    I respect your music but if I have to tell what I feel...well (no one asked me to tell what I feel...why should I say what I feel.... to many words. I think this way of playing guitar is a kind of note - masturbation. I mean an orgy of notes coming out as fast as they can, plus hard sound perhaps overdrive or something like that. This is a pronlem, I mean this playing "hard" shows that you can play, and very well... but you are very far away from music. Sorry

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 5: Urgent lamento resulting in calmness at 4.12
    on September 20, 2011 08:24

    Oszillationen... Shwanken , Schaukeln des Seins

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 5: Urgent lamento resulting in calmness at 2.36
    on September 20, 2011 08:21

    ein harter Weg durch den Ausdruck...um etwas zu suchen. Es ist die Dauer vielleicht das Ende der Suche

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 5: Urgent lamento resulting in calmness at 0.49
    on September 20, 2011 08:20

    Nach dem Stimmen (der "Stimmung") kommt das Chaos

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 5: Urgent lamento resulting in calmness at 0.07
    on September 20, 2011 08:18

    Am Anfang scheint es wie z.B. wenn man ein Instrument stimmt

  • A Comment on AtmosTrio's
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    Bach's Little Fugue in Gm on guitar at 1.07
    on September 16, 2011 21:04

    God exists...because Bach is the perfection

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 1: Introduction to the Quartet at 7.40
    on September 16, 2011 20:57

    d.h. alles wird geschaffen , um die Stille zu geniessen. Schoen!

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 2: Duo for Braxton/Pavone at 0.33
    on September 16, 2011 20:55

    Wenn ich das gehoert haette, ohne zu wissen, wer spielt...dann haette ich gesagt: das ist John Surman!

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 1: Introduction to the Quartet at 7.40
    on September 16, 2011 20:53

    Die Pause bedeutet viel...die Stille wird manchmal notwendig

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 1: Introduction to the Quartet at 5.54
    on September 16, 2011 20:52

    Die Noten scheinen hier einen Ausgang aus einem Labyrinth zu suchen.

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    SBG No. 3: Exotic Sounds by multi-instrumentalists at 2.18
    on September 16, 2011 20:49

    Fraseggio : Ausgezeichnet! Die Musik ist schoen, und ja, ernst. Diese Musik ist traurig und verzweifelnd...Das gefaellt mir

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 4: Solemn, confused and lamenting at 1.38
    on September 16, 2011 20:41

    Komplex und faszinierend. Der Anfang ist sehr poetisch. Eine ziellose Wanderung durch Tone und Musik.

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 5: Urgent lamento resulting in calmness at 5.16
    on September 16, 2011 20:39

    Ich haette das Schlagzeug weggenommen. Das Stueck ist Perfekt so, schlaglos

  • A Comment on TomProxy's
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    SBG No. 6: A buoyant, vivid, energetic finale at 5.56
    on September 16, 2011 20:38

    Schoen und interessant. Etwas erinnert mich an die Musik von John Abercrombie und John Scofield (Ueberjam...) . Am Anfang hat man eine Idee von Traurigkeit.

  • A Comment on yabri's
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    javier valdebenito -problemas matrimoniales. at 17.29
    on September 14, 2011 07:46

    Yo no ablo espanol. Esto brano es muy interessante!

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    Psychopathic-Syncopation at 3.09
    on July 31, 2011 13:11

    @Vincent Grit: Hi, I bought a washboard and added something : a piece of wood, and a little metallic dish. If you like you can see something similar looking for" David Langlois" on you-tube, Bye and Thanks

  • A Comment on TheFreeJazz's
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    EndOfDreams at 7.13
    on June 12, 2011 07:40

    @remedosvarios: Gracias mucho! Remediosvarios Ubrigado!, grazie!

  • A Comment on marimo-beats's
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    hybrid jazz track 2 basic version 1 at 2.08
    on May 03, 2011 11:15

    Auch hier: ich finde den Rhythmus ist zu stark, der Riff (oder das Riff?) ist interessant aber das Schlagzeug haette ich beschraenkt. Aber gut. (vielleicht zu schnell... ich mussa sagen: das ist meine Musik nicht, und du hast Freiheit (ich schreibe , wie ich da sehe... ciao

  • A Comment on marimo-beats's
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    XXX piano at 1.37
    on May 03, 2011 11:11

    Das ist, als ob du einen Weg raus durch den Chaos, suchen wuerdest... das arme Klavier muss kaempfen! Interessant

  • A Comment on Gabbana Records's
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    Welcome at 0.08
    on April 29, 2011 21:16

    this is a creeping song for a snake dance

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