Paul Motian “Tribute”

Paul Motian “Tribute”

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Paul Motian
ECM Records (Germany) 1975
ECM 1048 ST (LP) Original pressing, coated sleeve.
sleeve : EX-(one wrinkle, color-faded.)
media : NM-/EX+(slightly noises a bit, still fine.)

American drummer Paul Motian, who emerged in the '50s with the Bill Evans Trio, played in Keith Jarrett's band in the '70s, developed his electric jazz style with Bill Frisell and Joe Lovano, and played on many sessions with ECM. The album was released in 1975 and features a quintet of musicians including Carlos Ward (as), Sam Brown (ac-g, el-g), Paul Metzke (el-g) and Charlie Haden (b). The acoustic guitars with a hint of Spain or Mexico and the organic drumming like wind or rustling trees on A1/B2, and the endlessly profound world of B1 are among the most spiritually oriented of the early ECM works.

A1: Victoria
B4: Song for Che

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