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Titolo:
Live At Sweet Basil
Interprete:
The Steve Lacy Sextet
Stile:
Avant-garde Jazz, Free Jazz, Post Bop
Rilasciato:
1992
Numero di catalogo:
01241 63128-2
Paese:
US
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1745 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1356 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Novus

Tracklist


1Prospectus10:48
2Blinks14:29
3The Wane14:55
4The Bath12:38
5Morning Joy16:11


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PD90647The Steve Lacy Sextet Live At Sweet Basil ‎(CD, Album)Novus, RCAPD90647US1992
01241 63128-4NA, 01241 63128-4The Steve Lacy Sextet Live At Sweet Basil ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)Novus, Novus01241 63128-4NA, 01241 63128-4US1992


Crediti


  • Art Direction, DesignJacqueline Murphy
  • BassJean-Jacques Avenel
  • CoverZao Wou-Ki
  • DrumsJohn Betsch
  • EngineerJoe Lopes, Warren Schatz
  • Engineer [Assistant]Suzy Fink
  • Liner NotesSteve Futterman
  • Photography By [Sextet]Jay Strauss
  • PianoBobby Few
  • ProducerJohn Snyder
  • Producer [Series Director]Steve Backer
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto SaxophoneSteve Potts
  • Soprano Saxophone, Composed BySteve Lacy
  • Voice, ViolinIrene Aebi
  • Words ByBlaise Cendrars (tracks: 1), Bob Kaufman (tracks: 3)


Note


Recorded live on July 6 and 7, 1991 at Sweet Basil, New York, NY.
Recorded to Sony R-DAT.

Printed in USA.


Codici a barre


  • Barcode: 0 1241 63128 2 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored, '11' stamped): 01241-63128-2 Y1A 11 MFD BY JVC
  • Rights Society (2 to 5): SACEM
  • Rights Society : BMI


Aziende


  • Copyright (c) – BMG Music
  • Recorded At – Sweet Basil
  • Published By – Steve Lacy Music
  • Published By – Margun Music, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – JVC


Album


Live at Sweet Basil is a live album by saxophonist Steve Lacy's Sextet, which was recorded in New York in 1991 and first released on the RCA Novus label in 1992. The versions of Lacy's five scalar originals are each at least ten minutes long and find the musicians playing with enthusiasm and consistent creativity. Their relaxed but adventurous solo and ensemble work make this a. The Steve Lacy Sextet comprised of the leader on soprano, Steve Potts doubling on alto and soprano, Irene Aebi playing violin and singing, pianist Bobby Few, bassist Jean-Jacques Avenel, and drummer John Betsch had a rare opportunity to appear on a major American label in the early '90s. This live set is an excellent example of the group's unique music performed live. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1992 CD от Live At Sweet Basil на Super Quartet Of Mal Waldron Featuring Steve Lacy - Live At Sweet Basil Paddle Wheel K28P 6471 00:00 A1 What It Is 12:20 A2 Evidence 23:13 B1 Snake Steve Lacy Sextet : Live At Sweet Basil is a avant-garde jazz music live album recording by STEVE LACY released in 1992 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Bass Jean-Jacques Avenel Drums John Betsch Piano Bobby Few Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone Steve Potts Soprano Saxophone, Composed By Steve Lacy Voice, Violin Irene Aebi. About this release. Not enough data Average Rating n n m av m n m AV where: av trimmed mean average rating an item has currently received. AV the site mean average rating. Live At Sweet Basil favourites. Be the first to add a commen. Special Attributes. Live Recording. Songs in album Live At Sweet Basil 1985. The Jazz Messengers Blakey - Jodi. The Jazz Messengers Blakey - Blues March. The Jazz Messengers Blakey - Mr Babe. Live at Sweet Basil is a live album by saxophonist Steve Lacy 's Sextet, which was recorded in New York in 1991 and first released on the RCA Novus label in 1992. Steve Lacy saxophonist. of greater interest from a historical standpoint than musical. The Penguin Guide to Jazz observed it's scarcely a momentus occasion, musically speaking, for either man. The album was rereleased as a double LP in 1985 and as a CD in 2000 with three additional tracks from the concert. Blinks is a live album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy, which was recorded in Switzerland in 1983 and first released on the hat ART label in 1984 as a double LP. The album was rereleased as a double CD in 1997 with two additional tracks from the concert and a single CD with only five tracks in 2001 as ürich Live 1983