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  1. Voodoom Reply
    Anthony Braxton (who on this set plays alto, soprano, C-melody sax, clarinet, and flute) met up with his longtime pianist Marilyn Crispell for the first time on this Black Saint release. With bassist John Lindberg and drummer Gerry Hemingway forming what would be (with Mark Dresser in Lindberg's place) a regular group for nearly a decade, his quartet was off to a strong start.
  2. Zulukree Reply
    3 Compositions resonated with the aesthetic being forged on these late ’60s albums. This was a radical new sound in free jazz, paring back the unrelenting energy and frenzied blowing sessions that had become de rigueur in favor of space, extreme dynamics, humor, and versatility in both instrumentation and style. Ironically, given the chilly reception with which this scene was greeted at the.
  3. Makazahn Reply
    3rd issue from late 60s-early s. Like the first two issues, this depicts a full-length Braxton. It is distinguished by the label, which lacks the blue background above the stripe, and which has N. Lincoln - Chicago, IL on label, as well as "printed in USA."4/5(1).
  4. Duzil Reply
    Three Compositions of New Jazz (april ), that also featured Muhal Richard Abrams on piano, contained the minute Comp. 6E, the manifesto of Braxton's style (at the same time abstract, visceral and geometric). The record sleeve provided the graphic scores of the music, that looked more like mathematical equations, and explained the chance.
  5. Voodoorr Reply
    * Delmark DL, DS Anthony Braxton - 3 Compositions Of New Jazz. Anthony Braxton Solo. Anthony Braxton, alto sax. Parkway Community Center, Chicago, IL, summer
  6. Tojataur Reply
    Squidco sells CDs, DVDs, Vinyl LPs and magazines of unusual music in the fields of improvisation, compositional music, experimental, chamber rock, and Rock In Opposition.
  7. Gardarisar Reply
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  8. Kazrakus Reply
    This is Braxton, so it's out there, fair enough. But when approaching this, do it with tongue in cheek. Don't be too hard on it, simply go with the flow. This isn't music on which to build new jazz constructs, it's just a fun record where jazz shows its sense of humour, its irreverence, and even it's madness. I dig it. In fact, I LOVE this CD.5/5(6).