The Swiss jazz trio Day & Taxi continues to be saxophonist Christoph Gallio’s primary on/off project through the entire 1990s. Personnel adjustments have managed to get difficult for the machine to record (just three albums through the decade), nonetheless it enjoyed a particular reputation among avant-garde jazz supporters in European countries, America, and Japan, as much international travels testify. The group’s compositions (mainly Gallio’s) utilize sparseness in agreements to allow melodies flow openly (not really unlike Steve Lacy), hence producing the music available yet innovative. Gallio formed Time & Taxi cab in 1988 being a quartet with saxophonist Urs Blöchlinger. He previously simply performed in bassist Lindsay L. Cooper’s ensemble Idiomix, that Dieter Ulrich was the drummer. This lineup is not noted on record and Blöchlinger shortly quit, departing Gallio on the helm. They gave several concerts around Züwealthy, but at that time, the saxophonist was active touring along with his task, Certainty Sympathy (with Alan Zimmerlin and Matthew Ostrowski), so Time & Taxi continued to be on the glaciers for two years. The machine was reactivated in 1991 for the tour of Switzerland and a documenting session that led to the trio’s initial record, All, released on its leader’s very own label, Percaso. On the effectiveness of its great reception (including phrases of compliment from drummer Milo Great in Cadence), Time & Taxi cab toured Russia as well as the Baltic State governments (1993) and was asked to about every Canadian jazz celebration held through the summer months of 1994. Gallio performed just a small number of concerts the next year beneath the trio’s name with Bruno Schneebeli (bass) and Christian Wolfarth (drums), however the unpredictable lineup brought its profession to a halt. In 1997, the saxophonist re-formed the trio with Ulrich and a Swiss bassist, Dominique Girod. After several warm-up gigs to check the brand new compositions, the three of these documented a two-day studio room program that yielded two CDs, About (1998, Percaso) and Much less and Even more (1999, Device). The trio continued tour frequently for a couple of years, going to the U.S. in 1998, Italy in 1999, and Russia and Germany in 2000, occasionally with Wolfarth completing. By middle-2001, Gallio got totally revamped the lineup with bassist Daniel Studer (a normal sideman of Giancarlo Schiaffini) and drummer Marco Käppelli.