Button-Nose Records (Holland) 1971
sleeve : EX-(wear on edge and corner, wrinkles one corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(some light surface noises caused by slightly hairlines.)
This is an album by American pianist Narada Burton Greene, whose work "Trees" with percussionist Daoud Amin was featured in the guidebook "OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION," and was released on her own label in 1971. Side A is a four-part suite of over 22 minutes in which she attempts to express the theme of mountain ranges with Tom Moore's flute and cello, but it seems to be mostly improvised. The organic sounds that appear from time to time are captivating. Side B is also a free improvisation, in which the player hits the keyboard as he pleases, and the prepared technique that appears in the middle of the piece is a real treat. The B-side is also a free improvisation where the player strikes the keyboard as he pleases, and the prepared technique in the middle of the track is a real treat.
B: Now Music