Veryan Weston

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Veryan Weston
Born (1950-09-03) September 3, 1950 (age 71)
Sussex, England
GenresFree improvisation, jazz, classical
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsPiano, keyboards
Years active1970s–present
LabelsEmanem
Associated actsTrevor Watts
Websiteveryanweston.weebly.com

Veryan Weston (born 1950) is a British pianist active in free improvisation, jazz, and rock music. He has worked with Lol Coxhill, Eddie Prévost, Trevor Watts, Caroline Kraabel[1] and Phil Minton.

Weston was born in 1950 and lived in Cornwall before moving to London in 1972.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Underwater Carol (Matchless, 1987)
  • Playing Alone (Acta, 1997)
  • Mercury Concert (Emanem, 1999)
  • Unearthed (33 Records, 1999)
  • Five Shadows (Emanem, 2001)
  • Tessellations for Lutheal Piano (Emanem, 2003)
  • Gateway to Vienna (Emanem, 2005)
  • Unlocked (Emanem, 2007)
  • Allusions (Emanem, 2009)
  • Different Tessellations (Emanem, 2011)
  • Haste (Emanem, 2012)
  • Dialogues for Ornette! (FMR, 2015)
  • Tuning Out (Emanem, 2015)
  • Discoveries On Tracker Action Organs (Emanem, 2016)
  • The Make Project (Barnyard, 2018)
  • Crossings (Hi 4Head, 2020)

As sideman[edit]

With Lol Coxhill

  • The Joy of Paranoia (Ogun, 1978)
  • Digswell Duets (Random Radar, 1979)
  • Cou$cou$ (Nato, 1984)
  • The Inimitable (Chabada, 1985)
  • Frog Dance (Impetus, 1986)
  • Boundless (Emanem, 1998)
  • Coxhill On Ogun (Ogun, 1998)
  • Spectral Soprano (Emanem, 2002)
  • Worms Organising Archdukes (Emanem, 2002)
  • Out to Launch (Emanem, 2003)

With Phil Minton

  • Ways (ITM, 1987)
  • Ways Past (ITM, 1992)
  • Songs from a Prison Diary (Leo, 1993)
  • Mouthfull of Ecstasy (Victo, 1996)
  • Ways Out East, Ways Out West (Intakt, 2005)
  • Slur (Emanem, 2007)

With Trevor Watts

  • Trevor Watts' Moire Music (Arc, 1985)
  • Saalfelden Encore (Cadillac, 1987)
  • With One Voice (Arc, 1988)
  • 6 Dialogues (Emanem, 2002)
  • 5 More Dialogues (Emanem, 2011)
  • Dialogues in Two Places (Hi 4 Head, 2012)
  • At Ad Libitum (for Tune, 2015)
  • Dialogues with Strings (Fundacja Suchaj, 2017)
  • The Real Intention (Fundacja Suchaj, 2020)

With others

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Emanem, l'improvisation britannique au bout du tunnel". Chronicart.com (in French). Les Editions Réticulaires. 12 April 2001. Archived from the original on 8 July 2011. Retrieved 9 January 2009.
  2. ^ "Biog & Discog". Veryanweston.weebly.com. Retrieved 2020-07-03.

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