Sunny Murray “S.T.”

Sunny Murray “S.T.”

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Sunny Murray
Sunny Murray
Shandar (France) 1971
SR 10 008 (LP) coated gatefold sleeve
sleeve : VG+(SPSE: 9cm crack on bottom, light dirts on inside of gatefold.)
media : EX+/EX(some light noises, side B has one slightly hairline that does not affect to sounds.)

American jazz drummer Sunny Murray, who played on many sessions as one arm of Cecil Taylor and Albert Ayler, as well as in many of his own groups, released this album on the French label Shandor in 1971. In addition to French musicians such as Michel Portal (b-cl, taragot), Francois Tusues (p), Bernard Vitet (tp), Beb Guerin (b), Hart Leroy Bibbs (vo), Ken Terroade (ts) and Ken Terroade (ts) and Ambrose Jackson (tp). It was recorded live at Maison de la Radio's ORFT in 1968. The full B-side, featuring Hart Leroy Bibbs' Spoken Word, is over 15 minutes of breathtaking free improvisation that mixes the indigenous with the sophisticated. Murray's drumming is very Afro-primitive. Highly recommended for those who like Don Cherry's 70's work including “Mu” and “Live in Ankala”.

A2: Hilarious Paris
A3: Elephant’s Dream
B1: Flower Train

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