| Walter Hus, Peter Vermeersch, X‑Legged Sally, Thierry De Mey, Flat Earth Society|Thierry De Mey (percussions)
Dirk Descheemaeker (bass clarinet)
Jean-Paul Dessy (cello)
Walter Hus (piano)
Jean-Luc Plouvier (piano)
Eric Sleichim (saxes)
Peter Vermeersch (clarinet)
Rosas danst Rosas (1983)
What the body does not remember (1989)
Maximalist! (band) Wikipedia
Maximalist! was an ensemble formed to perform the compositions that Thierry De Mey and Peter Vermeersch wrote for the dance choreographies of Wim Vandekeybus. The music they performed mixed avant-garde jazz with minimal music; hence (by contrast) the name of the band.
De Mey and Vermeersch had met each other in their previous band Union, an avant-garde punk jazz/classical music ensemble. When the constraints of writing and playing from music scores became too much of a restraint for Peter Vermeersch, he and De Mey split ways in 1989. Maximalist! became a direct precursor to the later band X-Legged Sally, with three early members already present: Peter Vermeersch, Jean-Luc Plouvier and Eric Sleichim.