Braxton, Anthony - New York, Fall 1974

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1975 Blue Label Original Housed In A Heavy Textured Gatefold. LP Appears Unplayed. Circular Impression On Front Cover Where Small Cut Out Hole Almost Was. “Anthony Braxton, Who Switches Here Between Alto, Flute, Clarinet, Sopranino And Contrabass Clarinet, Is Heard Interpreting Six Of His Originals In A Wide Variety Of Settings. Most Accessible Are His Three Performances With A Quartet Also Including Trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, Bassist Dave Holland And Drummer Jerome Cooper. Braxton Also Adds Violinist Leroy Jenkins To The Group On One Piece And Has A Duet With Richard Teitelbaum's Moog Synthesizer. However, The Most Historic Performance Is By An Unaccompanied Saxophone Quartet Consisting Of Braxton, Julius Hemphill, Oliver Lake And Hamiet Bluiett; This Band (With David Murray In Braxton's Place) Would Soon Emerge As The World Saxophone Quartet. The Wide Amount Of Variety On This Set Makes This Album A Perfect Introduction To Anthony Braxton's Potentially Forbidding But Logical Music.” Scott Yanow, AMG.

Artist: Braxton, Anthony Title: New York, Fall 1974 Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: Arista Catalog ID: AL 4032 Country: USA Our ID: 144754
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