Archie Shepp - Montreux FLAC album
Archie Shepp (ts), Charles Majid Greenlee (tb), Dave Burrell (p), Cameron Brown (b) and Beaver Harris (dr) playing "Crucificado (Burrell) and "Miss Toni" (Greenlee) at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 18, 1975.
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Album · 1975 · 3 Songs. Montreux Two Archie Shepp.
Montreux Two is a live album by jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1975 and released on the Arista Freedom label. He was near the end of his free jazz phase and would soon be exploring melodies from both the jazz tradition and the early 20th century; in addition, his tone would begin to decline within a decade.
Blasé is an album by jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp recorded in Europe in 1969 for the BYG Actuel label. All tracks written and arranged by Archie Shepp, except where noted. There Is a Balm in Gilead" (Traditional; arranged by Archie Shepp) – 5:57. Sophisticated Lady" (Duke Ellington, Irving Mills) – 5:11. Archie Shepp – tenor saxophone
Montreux Two (LP, Album). Trio Records, Freedom. Montreux Two (CD, Album, RE, RM). Black Lion Records.
Montreux One (LP, Album). GdJ 14. Archie Shepp. INT 162 320. Montreux One (LP, Album).
Archie Shepp, Attica Blues Orchestra. Montreux Two. A Jazz Hour With Archie Shepp - Stream - EP. 1 Jazz Album Ever! сборник.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Whether it is really absolutely Shepp's best album I don't know, but it is certainly by far my most-played of his records, and among my most-played of all records by anyone. Archie Shepp and Beaver Harris are both sublime on this; Dave Burrell and Charles Majid Greenlee are both very good. There are very few records of which I truly never tire, but this is one. If you like this, seek out the somewhat more obscure Libya, for a studio session of the same intensely swinging, flowing, racing and chasing band a few weeks later.
ARCHIE SHEPP - Montreux. Boxset, Compilation · 1988. Filed under Avant-Garde Jazz By ARCHIE SHEPP.
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Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
Written-By – Archie Shepp
Written-By – Dave Burrell
Written-By – Charles Greenlee
Written-By – Archie Shepp
|6||Along Came Betty
Written-By – Benny Golson
|7||Blues For Donald Duck
Written-By – Grachan Moncur III
- Licensed From – Black Lion Productions Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Tokuma Japan Communications Co., Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Black Lion Productions Ltd.
- Recorded At – Montreux Jazz Festival
- Art Direction – Bob Heimall*
- Bass – Cameron Brown
- Coordinator [Production Coordination] – Steve Backer
- Design – Nancy Greenberg
- Drums – Beaver Harris
- Executive Producer – Alan Bates
- Photography By – Giuseppe Pino
- Piano – Dave Burrell
- Producer – Michael Cuscuna
- Tenor Saxophone – Archie Shepp
- Trombone – Charles Majid Greenlee*
NotesRecorded on July 18, 1975 at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland.
|32JDF-190||Archie Shepp||Montreux (CD, Album, Comp, RE)||Freedom||32JDF-190||Japan||1988|