Archie Shepp - Attica Blues FLAC album
Seven year later, he revisited the music featured on that album, along with several new pieces, for an expanded big band line-up
Archie Shepp: tenor and soprano saxophones Clifford Thornton: cornet Roy Burrows, Charles McGhee, Michael Ridley: trumpet Cal Massey: fluegelhorn Charles Greenlee, Charles Stephens, Kiane Zawadi: trombone Hakim Jami: euphonium Clarence White: alto saxophone Marion Brown: alto saxophone.
Attica Blues is an album by avant-garde jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp. Originally released in 1972 on the Impulse! label, the album title is a reference to the Attica Prison riots.
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The opening title track refers to the shooting of43 inmates at the Attica Prison riot some months before. Shepp distils righteous, bristlinganger into a huge, shuddering slice of funk. Two electric bassists, four percussionists and obligatory wah-wah guitars provide monster riffage under huge slabs of horns, strings and Henry Hull's urgent, desperate vocal pleading. The album never touches those energy levels again, but finds its intensity in different ways. Steam" is one of Shepp's loveliest tunes and gets a couple of string-soaked readings here,topped off with whirling,.
Album · 1972 · 10 Songs. Invocation: Attica Blues. Archie Shepp, William Kunstler & Romulus Franceschini.
Listen free to Archie Shepp – Attica Blues (Attica Blues, Invocation: Attica Blues and more). Refining his large-ensemble experiments of 1971, Attica Blues is one of Archie Shepp's most significant post-'60s statements, recorded just several months after authorities ended the Attica prison uprising by massacring 43 inmates and hostages. Perhaps because Shepp's musical interests were changing, Attica Blues isn't the all-out blast of rage one might expect; instead, it's a richly arranged album of mournful, quietly agonized blues and Ellingtonian swing, mixed with a couple of storming funk burners.
Jazz legend Archie Shepp, forms a new Attica Blues big band to produce a live album + DVD. Created by. Archie Shepp. Archie Shepp is eager to transmit his experience and these timeless values to the new Attica Blues orchestra. This includes: - Recording & Mastering Fees - Transportation and technical setup at the two concert venues
Attica Blues has all his in your face sound even though he isn't ripping jagged shards as he had in the past. The record still displays emotional angst that is every bit as powerful and distraught as Davis's celluloid images. The tracks have the deep soul of all of Shepp's finest such as On This Night and Four By Trane. The difference is Archie utilizes the arrangements as the forefront while his horn simmers in the background like an angry voice needing to be heard.