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Anthony Braxton

Récital Paris 1971

Label: Futura Records

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

In stock

Beautiful solo work from Anthony Braxton -- recorded live in Paris at the start of the 70s, and a fair bit more sensitive than some of his earlier work on that scene! Side one features a beautiful take on Duke Ellington's "Come Sunday" -- one that runs for 25 minutes, and which features Braxton blowing straight, and almost with some of those Lee Konitz-inspired modes he was using around the time. The tune's still got some of the darkness you might expect from Braxton -- but things really go out on side two, which features the originals "GN6/K/7" -- using multi-tracked piano in a very cool, very experimental way!
Cat. number: GER 23
Year: 2009

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