Rashied Ali Frank Lowe Duo “Exchange”

Rashied Ali Frank Lowe Duo “Exchange”

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Rashied Ali Frank Lowe Duo
Survival Records (US) 1973
SR-101 (LP) Original pressing.
sleeve : EX(slightly wear on corner, some small and slightly dirts on rear.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly surface noises. Both side has one very small pressing-error that does not affect to sounds.)

A duo album released in 1973 by drummer Rashied Ali and saxophonist Frank Lowe, two musicians who were strong personalities in the New York avant-jazz scene. This is the first release on Survival Records, a label owned by Ali, who also contributed to the scene through the management of Ali's Alley, a live venue, and Studio 77, a recording studio. The album is an energetic improvisational exchange, with Lowe's distinctive saxophone playing exploding like an elephant's scream as it blows against Ali's supremely primitive drumming. It is the ultimate in superb free music that shakes every cell of the body with overwhelming power. It is exactly what the title suggests: music of communion. In B2, you can also hear ethnic jazz that is similar to that of Don Cherry, with whom both artists have had contact.

A1: Exchange - Part 1
A2: Exchange - Part 1
B2: Exchange - Part 2

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