The Art Ensemble of Chicago “Fanfare for The Warriors”

The Art Ensemble of Chicago “Fanfare for The Warriors”

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The Art Ensemble of Chicago
Fanfare for The Warriors
Atlantic Jazzlore (US) 1982
90046-1 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(slightly color-faded on some parts of back.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

Art Ensemble of Chicago, an American Chicago group by Lester Bowie, Joeph Jarman, Don Moye, Roscoe Mitchell and Malachi Favors, who developed a free/experimental jazz style with roots in traditional African music. The album was recorded at Chicago's Paragon Studio in 1973, with Muhal Richard Abrams as a guest, and features some of AEOC's quintessential freaky, brooding, raging free jazz tunes, as well as some of AEOC's most popular and popular jazz tunes. But also includes organic ethno-jazz that directly reflects African folk music. Anyway, AEOC is allways amazing.

A1: Illistrum
B2: What’s to Say

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