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  Наименование CD :
   Archie Shepp, Bill Dixon - Quartet

Год издания : 2009/1962

Компания звукозаписи : Free Factory

Музыкальный стиль : Hard Bop

Время звучания : 1:13:50

Код CD : FF 065

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Free - Avant-Garde)      

Recorded: October, 1962 New York


Tracks 1-4: Reissue of 'Archie Shepp/Bill Dixon Quartet' LP from 1962.

Archie Shepp - tenor sax

Bill Dixon - trumpet

Don Moore - bass

Reggie Workman - bass on track 4

Paul Cohen - drums

Howard McRae - drums on track 4

Recorded:October, 1962 New York

Tracks 5-7: Reissue of 'Bill Dixon 7-Tette / Archie Shepp & The New York Contemporary Five' LP from 1964. BD Septet on

Archie Shepp & The New York Contemporary Five

Archie Shepp - tenor sax

John Tchicai - alto sax

Don Cherry - pocket cornet on track 7

Ted Curson - trumpet, piccolo trumpet on tracks 5 & 6

Ronnie Boykins - bass

Sunny Murray - drums

Recorded: February 9, 1964 New York

Tracks 8-14; AS + on tracks 5-7

Recorded:October, 1962 New York

Bill Dixon Septet

Bill Dixon - trumpet

George Barrow - tenor sax

Ken McIntyre - alto sax, oboe

Howard Johnson - tuba, baritone sax

David Izenzon - bass

Hal Dodson - bass

Howard McRae - drums

Recorded: February 4, 1964 New York

Here's another recently released CD of doubtful provenance. However it does contain the only re-issue of Archie Shepp's debut recording session for Savoy. This long-lost session has never been released before (I think!) and therefore is of some historical importance, as well as containing some good music as a bonus! The CD is filled out with two other sessions from the Savoy catalogue that have already seen the light of day on 'genuine' re-issues.


The unique quartet recordings by Archie Shepp and Bill Dixon. Their only known recorded works together consist of the studio quartet album made for Savoy in October 1962 - presented here on CD for the first time ever. As a bonus to this interesting album, we have added Archie Shepp's only other recording session for the Savoy label, with the New York Contemporary Five including Don Cherry on one track; and Bill Dixon's second recording session, in a septet format. For approximately 18 months (from the fall of 1961 to June 1963), Archie Shepp and Bill Dixon co-led a group that varied in size between a quartet, quintet and sextet, depending on the gig. They mostly played coffee houses and small theaters in Greenwich Village, and travelled to Scandinavia in July 1962 for a series of concerts at the socialist-leaning First International Youth Festival in Helsinki.

All Music Guide

  Соисполнители :

Don Moore (Bass)
Paul Cohen (Drums)

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Наименование трека



   1 Trio         0:08:53 Bill Dixon
   2 Quartet         0:09:16  
   3 Somewhere     T       0:06:01  
   4 Peace         0:09:29  
   5 Where Poppies Bloom (Where Poppies Blow)         0:07:48  
   6 Like A Blessed Baby Lamb         0:09:28  
   7 Consequences         0:04:58  
   8 Winter Song 1964 Section I         0:01:31  
   9 Winter Song 1964 Section II         0:00:47  
   10 Winter Song 1964 Section III         0:09:17  
   11 Winter Song 1964 Section IV         0:00:47  
   12 Winter Song 1964 Section V         0:01:49  
   13 Winter Song 1964 Coda         0:00:31  
   14 The 12th December         0:03:15  


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