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Tag Archives: Archie Shepp
Destination: OUT just turned 6 years old! To mark the occasion, we’ve revamped and reactivated our “Beginner’s Guide to Free Jazz.” The main reason we launched the site was to turn people onto this remarkable music and show that, rather than being… Continue reading
Originally posted 18 April 2007 SUNDANCE SUBWAY COUPLE ANGEL CHILE Jeanne Lee Conspiracy Earthforms : 1975 JL, voice; Sam Rivers, soprano and tenor sax; Gunter Hampel, flute, piano; Jack Gregg, bass; Steve McCall, drums. “People who talk about revolution and… Continue reading
LA PREPARATION Max Roach and Archie Shepp Force (Sweet Mao – Suid Afrika 76) Uniteledis : 1976 MR, drums; AS, sax. This exceptional double-album of duets with Archie Shepp helped inaugurate Max Roach’s own revolutionary cultural program. Over the ensuing… Continue reading
CONSEQUENCES TRIO New York Contemporary Five Consequences Fontana : 1963 Archie Shepp, tenor sax; Don Cherry, trumpet; John Tchicai, alto sax; Don Moore, bass; J. C. Moses, drums. The New York Contemporary Five barely lasted a year all told, but… Continue reading
SUNDANCE SUBWAY COUPLE ANGEL CHILE Jeanne Lee Conspiracy Earthforms : 1975 JL, voice; Sam Rivers, soprano and tenor sax; Gunter Hampel, flute, piano; Jack Gregg, bass; Steve McCall, drums. “People who talk about revolution and class struggle without referring explicitly… Continue reading