(Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz) Anthony Braxton - Town Hall 1972 - 2005 (Japan Edition), APE (image+.cue), lossless

(Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz) Anthony Braxton - Town Hall 1972 - 2005 (Japan Edition), APE (image+.cue), lossless
Anthony Braxton - Town Hall 1972
Жанр: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: Japan
Год издания диска: 2005
Издатель (лейбл): Absord
Номер по каталогу: ABCJ-351
Аудио кодек: APE (*.ape)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 68:36
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
Источник (релизер): nnm, thanks barin99
1. Composition I
2. Composition II
3. All the Things You Are
Anthony Braxton - Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
John Stubblefield - Clarinet (Bass), Flute
Jeanne Lee - Synthesizer
Dave Holland - Bass
Phillip Wilson - Marimba, Percussion
Barry Altschul - Percussion
Jerome Lee - Vocals
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Anthony Braxton / Town Hall 1972
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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For those seeking the deep roots of Anthony Braxton's numbered series of compositions — numbering close to 200 — this 1972 concert is essential in that it features live recordings of 'Composition 1' (for percussionist Jerome Cooper), 'Composition 2' (for pianist Frederic Rzewski), and 'Composition 3.' This marks a return home, albeit a temporary one, for the composer and multi-instrumentalist — Braxton left the United States for France in 1968, where he made a few recordings for European labels. Braxton showcases his work in a number of settings here — in a pair of trios with bassist Dave Holland and drummers Phillip Wilson and Barry Altschul, and on 'Composition 3' (for vocalist Jeanne Lee) saxophonist John Stubblefield and Lee herself become a part of the band. Also in the mix is in a wildly abstract but street-tough read of 'All the Things You Are.' On 'Composition 1,' Braxton, Holland, and Wilson establish early on what would be a trait in the composer's improvisations, which is the notion of a theme thoroughly stated, abstracted, deconstructed, and reconstructed into something wholly other while remaining recognizable. Critics have argued this, but those who deny it just don't listen closely enough. Here Braxton's first quotations from Warne Marsh make their way onto tape, and his manner of shifting pitch against chromatic and even whole-tone harmonics to create the appearance of diatonic abstraction comes into play as the body of the work. Holland plays away from it, moving toward Braxton's outer reach while Wilson moves inside the thematic construct, opening it up enough to keep Holland within reach of the subtle shifts some of the improvisation requires for articulation. On 'Composition 2,' the center moves outward with Altschul and Holland playing on the perimeter; Braxton's complex but nonetheless readily apparent lyric fragments keep them rooted to a space just within his reach improvisationally, inverting the traditional operation of a trio. Finally, on 'Composition 3,' Lee adds a kind of (a)tonal center as Braxton tries out six different reeds. Stubblefield offers a muscular counterpart to Braxton's more speculative tone, and offers a spatial figure for all things to exist in equally. Silence is an integral part of the dynamic in this quintet, where no player oversteps her or his placement within the construct of the whole. And while it is true, other than the cover tune, none of this 'swings' per se; it doesn't reek of academia either. The playing here is soulful and engaging throughout it features some crack improvisation. This is a welcome reissue in Braxton's voluminous back catalog.
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