Wadada Leo Smith - Anthony Braxton - Organic Resonance mp3 album
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Anthony Braxton discography. 1974: Trio and Duet (Sackville) with Dave Holland, Leo Smith and Richard Teitelbaum. 1974: New York, Fall 1974 (Arista). 1975: The Montreux/Berlin Concerts (Arista). 1996: Eight by Three, Borah Bergman. 2003: Organic Resonance, Wadada Leo Smith (Pi). 2003: Saturn, Conjunct the Grand Canyon in a Sweet Embrace, Wadada Leo Smith (Pi). 2006: Black Vomit, Wolf Eyes. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
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Wadada Leo Smith - Anthony Braxton : Organic Resonance Contents.
Organic Resonance is a live album by American jazz trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and reedist Anthony Braxton, which was recorded live at New York's Tonic club in 2003 and released on Pi Recordings Organic Resonance. Live album by. Wadada Leo Smith & Anthony Braxton. It's possible to follow the compositional threads and really immerse yourself in the improvised dialogues; sometimes knotty, sometimes tender, sometimes furiously abstract.
Organic Resonance is a live album by American jazz trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and reedist Anthony Braxton, which was recorded live at New York's Tonic club in 2003 and released on Pi Recordings. It was their first full duo recording. The Penguin Guide to Jazz states "Widely admired on first release, these are curiously disappointing sets that never seem to find the two players on common ground.
Wadada Leo Smith was a member of several of Braxton’s most distinctive early small groups of the late 1960s and early 1970s; a trio with Leroy Jenkins that recorded an LP ( Silence ) for the Freedom label in 1969, a quartet (with Jenkins and Muhal Richard Abrams) that played on Braxton’s first LP as a leader ( Three Compositions of New. Jazz, on Delmark), and another quartet (with Jenkins and percussionist Steve McCall) that recorded 2 LPs for the French BYG label.
Release group by Anthony Braxton and Wadada Leo Smith. Braxton and Smith's musical relationship began in 1960s Chicago in the early days of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. Since then their paths have crossed infrequently (at least on record), but their mutual admiration has remained strong. Despite differing approaches, both men have seen themselves as composers as much as improvisers, devoted to Boulez and Stockhausen as much as to Charlie Parker or John Coltrane.
Wadada Leo Smith & Anthony Braxton - Organic Resonance.
|1||Tawaf (Cycles 1 - 7)||11:48|
|2||Composition, No. 314||15:13|
|3||Composition, No. 315||16:39|
|4||A Celestial Bow, Stone Rivers And Silver Stars Overlayed In Red||9:37|
- Recorded At – Tonic
- Published By – Kiom Music Co.
- Published By – Synthesis Music
- Edited At – V-I Studio
- Mixed At – V-I Studio
- Copyright (c) – Pi Recordings
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pi Recordings
- Composed By – Anthony Braxton (tracks: 2, 3), Wadada Leo Smith (tracks: 1, 4)
- Design – Ikue Mori
- Engineer [Recording], Recorded By, Mixed By, Edited By – Val Jeanty
- Executive-Producer – Seth Rosner
- Painting [Cover] – Ornette Coleman
- Saxophone [F], Alto Saxophone [Eb], Soprano Saxophone [Bb], Sopranino Saxophone [Eb] – Anthony Braxton
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Producer – Wadada Leo Smith
NotesRecorded on 5 April 2003 live at Tonic, New York City.
Cover painting: Detail from No. 34 by Ornette Coleman, 1989.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 808713000627
- Barcode (Printed): 8 08713 00062 7
- Rights Society (Anthony Braxton): BMI
- Rights Society (Wadada Leo Smith): ASCAP
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