Hamiet Bluiett “Birthright”

Hamiet Bluiett “Birthright”

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Hamiet Bluiett
India Navigation (US) 1977
IN 1030 (LP) Original pressing.
sleeve : EX(slghtly wear on edge and corner.)
media : EX/EX(some slgihtly surface noises.)

In the late 1960s, American saxophonist Hamiet Bluiett founded the Black Artist's Group, an artists' organisation that supported the work of artists in a variety of fields, and after moving to New York in 1969, he worked with Charles Mingus and Sam Rivers' groups, and formed the Saxophone Quartet with his friend Oliver Lake in the mid-1970s and explored avant-garde jazz. This solo album was released in 1977. It is a recording of a solo live performance at The Kitchen in New York, recorded entirely on bass saxophone. The ambient sounds are also recorded, and the soulful melody floats pleasantly with the ambience created by the room acoustic. Very pleasant to listen to. Highly recommended.

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