Legendary saxophonist and improviser Harri Sjostrom knows how to build bands. This has certainly been the case since the Lifting The Bandstand album, but back then the great Cecil Taylor was the leader. This is certainly one of the many lessons Harri Sjostrom has learned from the brilliant pianist and leader. He has since given evidence of this an endless number of times. The latest band he has established is a quartet with Elisabeth Harnik, arguably one of the most important pianists in improvised music today, the great John Edwards on bass and percussionist and co-founder of the legendary band The Necks, Tony Buck. Let’s move to Berlin, sit comfortably in the armchairs, we are in for a night flight, the likes of which do not happen often!