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Hallo,finally after so long I can sit down and listen this record, thanks a lot interesting blog
Hi luomosa!I'm glad you liked it.Cheers!
I have been looking for this record a very long time.Have you ever heard his duet records with Anthony Braxton or Cecil Taylor ? They are worth the effort and expense of finding them.I enjoy duet records with drums or bass because they really have to know their instrument to keep a listners attention for 40+ minutes is alot harder than it looks.Thanks for sharing this gem of a recording
Hi Neroon001!You're welcome. Thanks for leaving your comment.Unfortunately I don't have a single record of Anthony Braxton and only two albums from Cecil Taylor: "Nefertiti, the Beautiful One..." and "One Too Many Salty Swift...". But I'll take your precious advice as soon as possible.I'll also post in a near future some more interesting duet records such as Aldo Romano/Joe Lovano's "Ten Tales"; Steve Coleman/Dave Holland's "Phase Space" or Gary Peacock/Bill Frisell's "Just So Happens".So keep on dropping by...Cheers!
Incredible music. Thank you!
Abdullah Ibrahim and Max Roach. Very special.....thank you.
Hi there!An incredible record indeed; glad you liked it.Cheers!
Just heard a song from this on WKCR, wanted to hear more. Excellent blog, thanks a lot.