Various - The New Wave In Jazz flac album
Title: The New Wave In Jazz
Style: Free Jazz, Modal
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Cerebral Complex Earnest Intense Knotty Uncompromising Volatile. Freedom Imagination Late Night Revolution. John Coltrane, Archie Shepp. The New Wave in Jazz. The free or avant-garde jazz era was at its creative peak in 1965. This six-track anthology contains intriguing performances from primary and secondary artists, blending remastered versions of original numbers with two cuts first issued on the LP The New Breed. The John Coltrane Quartet's "Nature Boy" shows Coltrane at the edge on tenor. Tenor saxophonist Archie Shepp was presented in volcanic, explosive fashion on "Hambone.
Recorded live at The Village Gate, New York City on March 28, 1965. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
No wave was a short-lived avant-garde music and art scene that emerged in the late 1970s in downtown New York City. Reacting against punk rock's recycling of rock and roll clichés, no wave musicians instead experimented with noise, dissonance and atonality in addition to a variety of non-rock genres, including free jazz and funk, while often reflecting an abrasive, confrontational and nihilistic worldview
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The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance a haven for the free and wilful. featuring music that originates from a fascination for free improvisation and modern minimal music. The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance a haven for the free and wilful.
The New Wave Jazz Collective is playing again! Be at Zest Cafe at Wadsworth and Yale in west Denver, a brand new jazz venue, Saturday the 30th from 5-9. Delicious food, good drinks, and great music! And don't forget to catch the Amy Darling Jazz Trio at the same venue the night before, Friday the 29th, featuring Wilson Luallen and Wes Leffingwell! All free, all ages! New Wave Jazz Collective added a new photo to the album: New Wave Jazz Collective - with Wilson Luallen and 3 others. November 15, 2012 ·. Tuesday, Nov. 20th, 2012. Come and jam with us! New Wave Jazz Collective.
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
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|A1||–John Coltrane||Nature Boy
Double Bass – Jimmy GarrisonDrums – Elvin JonesPiano – McCoy TynerTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneWritten-By – Eden Ahbez
|A2||–Albert Ayler||Holy Ghost
Cello – Joel FreedmanDouble Bass – Lewis WorrellDrums – Sonny Murray*Tenor Saxophone – Albert AylerTrumpet – Donald AylerWritten-By – Albert Ayler
|A3||–Grachan Moncur*||Blue Free
Double Bass – Cecil McBeeDrums – Bill Harris*Trombone – Grachan Moncur*Vibraphone – Bobby HutchersonWritten-By – Grachan Moncur*
Alto Saxophone – Marion BrownBaritone Saxophone – Fred PirtleDouble Bass – Reggie JohnsonDrums – Roger BlankTenor Saxophone – Archie SheppTrombone – Ashley FennellTrumpet – Virgil JonesWritten-By – Archie Shepp
|B2||–Charles Tolliver||Brilliant Corners
Alto Saxophone – James SpauldingDouble Bass – Cecil McBeeDrums – Billy HigginsTrumpet – Charles TolliverVibraphone – Bobby HutchersonWritten-By – Thelonious Monk
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Carrere
NotesRecorded live at The Village Gate, New York City on March 28, 1965. Originally released in 1968 on Impulse!
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|AS-90||Various||The New Wave In Jazz (LP, Album, Gat)||Impulse!||AS-90||US||1966|
|A-90 S||Various||The New Wave In Jazz (LP, Album)||Sparton Impulse! Records||A-90 S||Canada||1966|
|A-90||Various||The New Wave In Jazz (LP, Album, Mono)||Sparton Impulse! Records||A-90||Canada||1966|
|AS-90||Various||The New Wave In Jazz (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Impulse!||AS-90||US||1972|
|TD-3030-AI||Various||The New Wave In Jazz (LP, Album, Gat)||Impulse!||TD-3030-AI||Japan||1976|