Stanley Cowell - The Piano Choir “Handscapes”

Stanley Cowell - The Piano Choir “Handscapes”

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Stanley Cowell - The Piano Choir
Strata-East/Trio Records (Japan) 1973
PA-6051~52 (2LP) Promotional copy. gatefold sleeve. w/obi, insert(color-faded.)
sleeve : EX(SRW)
media : EX/EX,EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

The Piano Choir, a piano septet featuring pianist Stanley Cowell, founder of the prestigious black jazz label Strata-East, along with Nat Jones, Hugh Lawson, Webster Lewis, Harold Mebern, Danny Mixon, and Sonelius Smith, released a double album in 1973. It is featuring live recordings from a concert held in 1972, shortly after the group's formation. The album is a masterpiece of cosmic piano ensemble, with acoustic piano at its core, electric piano, organ, African piano, percussion, and voice, and a sense of openness that seems to soar toward the heavens. No longer does it need to be described as jazz. Japanese promo.

A1: Jaboobie's March
C1: Man Extensions

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