***Eddie Prévost, a preeminent musician in the UK improvised music scene and founding member of legendary AMM, might be equally renowned for his generous, decades-long mentorship. Both talent and Prévost’s mentorship are on display in this new album, The Secret Handshake with Danger, Volume one which features five musicians (Binker Golding on Saxophones, Henry Kaiser on Guitar, N.O. Moore on Guitar, Olie Brice on Double Bass and Eddie Prévost on Drums) improvising from a lifetime of collaboration. The album’s two extended tracks are largely influenced by Miles Davis’s On The Corner electro-jazz era, but the volume is entirely spontaneous composition, recorded and mixed in a single day in a Westpoint London studio, hours before the official national lockdown. The tracks stretch from classical arrangement to avant-garde electronic manipulation at disorienting speeds and exhilarating rhythms, navigating the confusion with confidence and trust. A second volume, recorded during the same session, will be released soon.