- Don Rendell/Ian Carr Quintet - Tan Samfu
- Nucleus - Earth Mother
- Nucleus - Changing Times
Music Outside examines at length the music made outside the margins of pop in Great Britain, and makes a case for all of the artists he was involved with, and others in the scene at the same time, clearly analyzing and predicting their lasting influence. Itâ€™s packed with knowledge about not only music, but also the emerging musical culture in the U.K. Music Outside includes chapters on Mike Gibbs, Mike Westbrook, Derek Bailey, John Stevens, John Hiseman, Evan Parker, Trevor Watts, Chris McGregor, and even Carr himself(!), to mention a few. Colorful characters that make their way through its pages are Garrick, Winstone, John Surman, Rendell, and Kenny Wheeler. In addition to the original volume, there is a new chapter in this edition as well, written by Roger Cotterell, a barrister who is also a widely recognized jazz journalist, critic, and historian. He does his own fine -- if somewhat brief -- bit to trace this fascinating story from the end point of Carr's original tome.
The book can be purchased from Northway Publications in the U.K. Inquiries can be made to its address at 39 Tytherton Road London N19 4P. But there is better news for punters and fans: Music Outside will be distributed in the United States by ParkWest Publications in Miami. ParkWest confirmed that it would be available within the next two months. Email queries can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org. A quick look at Amazon in the U.S. and the U.K. revealed no listings for the title.
Credit where itâ€™s due: Thanks to https://wyattandstuff.blogspot.com/ for the original info. Another resource for all things Carr is the unofficial https://www.iancarrsnucleus.net/.