The Milo Fine Free Jazz Ensemble “Improvisations (Being Free)”

The Milo Fine Free Jazz Ensemble “Improvisations (Being Free)”

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The Milo Fine Free Jazz Ensemble
Improvisations (Being Free)
Shih Shih Wu Ai Records (US) 1975
sswa 2 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(SRW, wear on edge and corner, color-faded, some light dirts.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly wear.)

The Milo Fine Free Jazz Ensemble was formed in the early '70s by Milo Fine, a pianist and multi-instrumentalist from Minnesota, USA, who has been active in the avant-garde since the late 1960s. This 2nd album was released in 1975 from his private label. Milo Fine played piano, clarinet, and drums for each piece in a duo, trio, or quartet with the other musicians. All songs are very primitive and dynamic improv sessions. A1, which develops from a prepared piano-like strike to a piano solo that descends like a squall, even has a sense of contemporary musical minimalism.

A1: Solo - Kathy’s Tune
A3: Duet
B1: Trio

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