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(Avant-Garde / Free / Modern Creative / Tzadik Key Series) Wadada Leo Smith - Kabell Years: 1971-1979 - 2004, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Avant-Garde / Free / Modern Creative / Tzadik Key Series) Wadada Leo Smith - Kabell Years: 1971-1979 - 2004, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
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Wadada Leo Smith - Kabell Years: 1971-1979
Жанр: Avant-Garde / Free / Modern Creative / Tzadik Key Series
Год выпуска диска: 2004
Производитель диска: USA (Tzadik Key Series TZ 7610-4)
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 4:57:52

Wadada Leo Smith flugelhorn, trumpet, little instruments
Anthony Davis piano
Oliver Lake alto and soprano saxophones, flute
Wesley Brown bass
Pheeroan AkLaff drums, percussion
Disc 1: Creative Music - 1 (1:17:56)
1. Nine (9) Stones on a Mountain
2. Improvisation No. 4
3. Creative Music - 1
4. aFmie - Poem DancE 3
5. Ogotommêli: Dogon Sage
6. Ep - 1
7. Ngoma: Gravity and Lightwaves
8. Seeds
9. Zekr
10. Until the Fire
Disc 2: Reflectativity (1:15:48)
1. Reflectativity
2. t wmukl - D
3. North American Stomp
4. Visions
5. Transcendental Suite
Disc 3: Song of Humanity (1:08:41)
1. Song of Humanity
2. Lexicon
3. Peacocks, Gazelles, Dogwood Trees & Six Silver Coins
4. Of Blues and Dreams
5. Pneuma
6. Tempio
7. Play Ebony Play Ivory
Disc 4: Ahkreanvention (1:15:29)
1. Life Sequence 1
2. Love is a Rare Beauty: Movements 1-5
3. Aura
4. Ankrasmation
5. Atoke
6. Fana
7. The Zebra Goes Wild

 
Tzadik release notes
From 1971–1979 Wadada Leo Smith released four albums on his own, privately pressed label Kabell. Under the supervision of the composer, this material has now been collected, remastered and coupled with over two hours of unreleased bonus tracks, including the second set of the influential Reflectativity concert and the legendary Mapenzi solo concert from 1976. Complete with a twenty-eight page booklet featuring session photos and tributes from musical associates such as George Lewis, Alvin Singleton, Larry Ochs, Anthony Davis, Bobby Naughton, Henry Kaiser and John Zorn, this is an essential collection from the peak period of one of Creative Music’s most important composer/performers. ~ Tzadik release notes
 
AAJ Review
John Zorn's Tzadik label continues to honor the genius of Wadada Leo Smith, this time with a crucial collection of material he recorded and released himself on his Kabell label in the seventies. This four-CD box set gathers Creative Music 1, Reflectativity, Song of Humanity, and Ahkreanvention, plus over two hours of unreleased material.
Creative Music 1 features Smith solo. Like his brother AACM members in the Art Ensemble of Chicago, Smith fills the performance frame with remarkably imaginative improvisations on trumpet and moves easily to other sources of sound: various percussion instruments, bicycle horns, pans, flutes, and toys. Both "Nine (9) Stories on a Mountain" and "Improvisations No. 4" have extended percussion jaunts joining unique trumpet song. The title track moves back and forth between the two. "aFmie-Poem DancE 3" displays his artistry on flugelhorn, while on "Ogotommeli: Dogon Sage" he creates an Indonesian feel playing gamelan. 'Seeds' and 'Zekr' are gems of virtuosity, while the longer "Until the Fire" maps the breadth of Smith's vision.
Reflectativity pays an early visit to the Smith/Anthony Davis association that continues to grow. With Wes Brown on bass, "Reflectativity" represents a groundbreaking extended improvisation/composition piece. Re-recorded 25 years later for Tzadik with Malachi Favors replacing Brown, the original bristles with activity, from Davis' restless piano against the brisk bass to Smith's clattering percussion and incisive trumpet. The slyer "T Wmuki-D" shows Smith and company's ability to use silence as a fourth band member, a factor in much of Smith's work. As the piece develops, Brown flies over the fretboard to Smith's grounded flugelhorn. Davis leads the "North American Stomp," which settles into a trio improvisation with Smith flexing his embouchure. Composed or improvised, 'Visions' displays the beauty of three working as one, deep listening all the way.
Song of Humanity introduces a larger ensemble, including Pheeroan Ak Laff on drums and Oliver Lake on alto sax and flute. After Smith and Brown introduce the title track, Lake takes it apart. Smith returns, still muted, with Brown, then both lay out for a Davis interlude. "Lexicon" features Lake on soprano and more involved group playing. The band dazzles with complex interplay and imagination. Davis branches out to electric piano with "Peacocks, Gazelles, Dogwood Trees and Six Silver Coins," but doubles with Brown on acoustic. Lake and Smith play a short arranged segment before breaking loose, and then Davis moves to atmospheric organ. Lake puts in hard time on alto for "Of Blues and Dreams," and Davis devises some dense counterpoint. Davis gives the unreleased "Play Ebony Play Ivory" an elegant sendoff. The circular half hour's performance ends with three flutes in a conference of the birds.
Finally, Ahkreanvention returns full circle to present Smith solo again, moving from horn to percussive effects. The previously unreleased "Ankrasmation" features twenty minutes of Smith blowing a ribbon of melody that crackles, roams, and reflects. A brief workout on cymbals defines "Atoke," while "The Zebra Goes Wild" has Smith firing up the flugelhorn, with brief digressions on harmonica and gongs.
This generous set includes a 28-page booklet with session photos and tributes from Zorn, Davis, Henry Kaiser, and George Lewis, among others. A fitting tribute to a living master, and a fascinating look at beautitul work created over thirty years ago in near obscurity, much of it available for the first time. ~ Rex Butters, AAJ
 
Jazztime Review
Affixing the AACM label to any musician is a somewhat dicey proposition, but particularly in the case of Wadada Leo Smith. Like Lester Bowie, the trumpeter had paid considerable dues in the territories before propitiously arriving in Chicago as the venerable collective was coalescing. Despite the trumpeter's contributions to the Association's seminal recordings of the late 1960s, he was based in Chicago for only a few years. He was in Paris for the history-making recording binge for BYG/Actuel beginning in '69. Like Muhal Richard Abrams and Leroy Jenkins, Smith migrated eastward in the '70s, but settling in the New Haven area, not New York City. Though his unique voice as an improviser and considerable promise as a composer were established on Anthony Braxton's Delmark and BYG discs, it was in Connecticut that Smith created his first and probably most enduring body of recorded works. Unlike other internationally toasted members of the AACM, Smith released his music on his own Kabell label. His output was nothing less than astounding, as most if not all of the four Kabell LPs he issued during the 1970s would merit at least minor classic status in any responsible survey of the decade, especially now that they have been collected with an additional 90 minutes of previously unissued studio and concert performances on the four-CD Kabell Years: 1971-1979.
Smith documented his solo music with his first Kabell LP, Creative Music-1, bringing two together two strains explored by a number of AACM artists; a keen formalism, expressed through Smith's instrumentalist bearing and his compositional rigor, and the signifying of ritual through sound collages of percussion and "little instruments." Recorded in 1971, this recording falls between Braxton's For Alto and The Roscoe Mitchell Solo Saxophone Concerts (the one great Sackville LP that has so far eluded reissue), but instead of the frontal assaults that were part and parcel of the saxophonists' music, Smith favored a subtlety that frequently approaches stealth to place not only the trumpet but sound itself into a new context. Like Bowie and Bill Dixon before him, Smith explored a vast array of timbres, but with surer intonation than Bowie (conversely, Smith does not make masterly mistakes) and a stronger sound than Dixon. His use of percussion tended to be sparse rather than rudimentary. The resulting ambiance is as elemental as it is abstract, which is often attributed to Smith's Mississippi Delta roots.
It is a mix of temperament and methodology that accounts for the differences between Smith's solo music and that of the saxophonists. Whereas Braxton and Mitchell's solo performances delineated and reinforced obvious structural parameters, Smith's every note and silence presented a whole new range of options for where the music might go. Subsequently, there is a more palpable sense of the emerging moment in Smith's solo music. That Smith was able to transpose this approach to an ensemble setting is nothing short of stunning, particularly when considering that the trio and quintet performing as New Dalta Ahkri on, respectively, Reflectativity (1974) and Song of Humanity ('76), were, with the exception of saxophonist Oliver Lake, obscure newcomers and recent students. True, the signatures of pianist Anthony Davis (who debuted with bass player Wes Brown on Reflectativity), Lake and drummer Pheeroan akLaff (the latter two rounding out the Song of Humanity quintet) are all over these early recordings but what is impressive is how fresh they sound and how well they serve Smith's intentions.
Still, the difference in mood between the two New Dalta Ahkri albums is striking. Reflectativity has many calm, even serene moments, but there is constantly an undertow pulling the listener into the built-in indeterminacy of Smith's compositions. Though Brown's space-soaking sound is not well served by the recording, Davis' gracefulness comes through despite the further handicap of a marginal piano. If anything, this accentuates the penetrating attack and luminous tone Smith musters. He is definitely the leader of the date, but Davis and Brown's adherence to Smith's approach yields a fundamentally collective music. Song of Humanity is more heated and muscular, and not solely because of the presence of akLaff, who was already capable of detonating explosive music, particularly with Lake, who was then bursting upon the international scene. This is arguably the most daring of Davis' '70s recordings, especially in his use of electric piano, which foreshadows his work in Smith's Golden Quartet. At the same time, the music has the compositional grounding to prevent it from dissipating into mere intensity.
Smith's last Kabell was a second solo album, Ahkreanvention, about which he is now apparently ambivalent, as he chose to excise two pieces for Ghanaian flute. As engaging as they are, the surviving tracks ultimately have as much of a supplemental feel as the extra material from the New Dalta Ahkri dates and a riveting '76 Oakland solo concert (which is, unfortunately, scattered over two discs). Even so, they add weight to issues with which commentators and historians must contend: Are Smith's Kabells an important early milestone in the AACM's diaspora, reflecting the widening influence of its pedagogy of musician-generated creativity? Or are they Smith's first post-AACM recordings? ~ Bill Shoemaker, jazztimes.com
 
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EAC Report (Disc 2)
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