Jazz Festival Montreux, July 20, 1975. Personnel: Anthony Braxton – alto saxophone Kenny Wheeler – trumpet, flugelhorn Dave Holland – bass Barry Altschul – drums
Knock Yourself Out (For Jean-Michel Basquiat) Track #2 from the album “Elements of Style : Exercises In Surprise”, (Atavistic 2004) Ken Vandermark – tenor saxophone
Album: “For Coltrane” Marilyn Crispell – piano
Grammy Award 2017, Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album, Winner 0:02:30 Introduction to ‘The Presidential Suite’ 0:04:16 Part I: John F. Kennedy (“Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You”) 0:11:38 Part II: Jawaharlal Nehru [More]
One of the keys to understanding what Laplante is trying to do on Blade of Love comes from Laplante himself: There were certain specific sounds that I imagined being in Blade of Love, but I [More]
Personnel: Roswell Rudd – trombone Mark Dresser – bass
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Smash & Scatteration is an album by guitarists Vernon Reid and Bill Frisell which was originally released on the Minor Music in 1985 before being rereleased on CD on Rykodisc. Track listing: Side One 1. Landscapes in Alternative History 2. Size [More]
Album: “Live in Zurich” Marilyn Crispell – piano, 1990
Personnel: Wadada Leo Smith – trumpet Vijay Iyer – piano, Fender Rhodes piano, electronics Released in March 2016 – Available on CD / Download A cosmic rhythm with each stroke features pianist Viay Iyer and [More]