Anthony Braxton “Trio and Duet”

Anthony Braxton “Trio and Duet”

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Anthony Braxton
Trio and Duet
Sackville Recordings (Canada) 1974
3007 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(SPSE: 2cm crack on side/small and light crack on two parts on top. wear on edge and corner. light wrinkle.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

This is a 1974 album by leading free jazz/avant-garde American reed player/pianist Anthony Braxton. Side A is a trio formation with Leo Smith and Richard Teitelbaum, side B with Dave Holland. The B-side is a duo with Dave Holland. The trio on the A-side is a highlight, with the Moog Synthesizer played by Teitelbaum providing a fat, tricky electronic sound, while Braxton and Smith's leads intermingle with improvisation in an ultra-inspiring way. This is an electrified free jazz work in common with Don Cherry and John Appleton's 1970 Human Music and George Lewis's some titles from Black Saint label.

A1: HM—421,, (RTS),47
B1: The Song is You

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