George Lewis “Homage to Charles Parker”

George Lewis “Homage to Charles Parker”

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George Lewis
Homage to Charles Parker
Black Saint (Italy) 1979
BSR 0029 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(wear on edge, light dirts on back.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

Album released in 1979 by jazz trombonist George Lewis of AACM, Chicago, USA. In addition to allies such as pianist Anthony Davis and multi-reedist Douglas ewart, who introduced the 1984 masterpiece Blend & The Digital Pianos in the guidebook OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION Richard Teitelbaum, also a member of Musica Elettronica Viva, joined on Poly Moog, Multimoog and Micromoog. Both sides feature long songs that use the full length of the board. Side A, based on a classical blues harmonic sequence and progressing at a leisurely pace but with a very deep and fluctuating soundscape, is good, but side B, dedicated to Charlie Parker, which progresses through deep drones into sacred spiritual jazz, is moving. Richard Teitelbaum's synthesiser is also very effective. One word: excellent.

A: Blues
B: Homage to Charles Parker

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