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George Russell

Ezz​-​thetics & The Stratus Seekers Revisited

Label: ezz-thetics

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

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*In process of stocking* On Ezz-thetics: Eric Dolphy alto saxophone, bass clarinet, Don Ellis trumpet, David Baker trombone, George Russell piano, Steve Swallow double bass & Joe Hunt drums. On The Stratus Seekers: Paul Plummer tenor saxophone , John Peirce alto saxophone, Don Ellis trumpet, David Baker trombone, George Russell piano,  Steve Swallow double bass & Joe Hunt drums. The six albums that George Russell recorded in just two years – starting with Sextet at the Five Spot in September 1960 and concluding with The Outer View in August 1962 – are pathbreaking documents that elaborated a radically restructured bridge between the Birth of the Cool and the outermost reaches of the mid-‘60s avant-garde, and set fascinating precedents for subsequent composers who sought to redesign the formal parameters of jazz composition, from Andrew Hill to Henry Threadgill. Of these six, Ezz-thetics and The Stratus Seekers are the most cohesive, most adventurous, and most rewarding.' - Art Lange 

 

Details
Cat. number: ezz-thetics 1132
Year: 2022
Notes:
Tracks 1 - 6: Ezz-thetics (recorded May 8 1961 in NYC) Tracks 7 - 12: The Stratus Seekers (recorded January 31, 1962 in NYC)

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