Steve Lacy – Dreams. Label: Saravah – SH 10058. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Sorry Steve, I sold it in 1986 when I was out of money. DB is not quite interesting, strange mix and haunting tracks.
The three-CD box set that makes up Scratching the Seventies/Dreams represents Steve Lacy's first expatriate records in Paris beginning with sessions in June of 1969 and concluding in 1977 with six of the seven members of the Steve Lacy Septet (pianist Bobby Few was not yet on board). Here, five complete albums tell the story of that decade in the musical aesthetic of Steve Lacy's development as an artist as well as a composer and bandleader.
More albums from Steve Lacy: Stabs, Solo In Berlin by Steve Lacy. The Forest And The Zoo by Steve Lacy. Estilhaços by Steve Lacy. Reflections by Steve Lacy. View all albums . Dreams. More albums from Steve Lacy: Stabs, Solo In Berlin by Steve Lacy. About.
Artist: Steve Lacy Album: Scratching The Seventies, Dreams Genre: Free Jazz, Post-Bop Label: Saravah Released: 1996 Quality: FLAC (tracks+.
Steve Lacy – soprano saxophone, composed. Steve Potts – alto saxophone, soprano saxophone. Derek Bailey – guitar. Lacy saw jazz in the 70s as a way to make sense of the entire world - a world in transition and fragmentation. The amazing thing is that - at least in the avant-garde music world - he succeeded: because everyone there cites him as an influence.
Monk's Dream is an album by Steve Lacy and Roswell Rudd released on the Verve label in 2000. It features performances by Lacy, Rudd, Jean-Jacques Avenel, John Betsch and Irene Aebi's vocals on two tracks. Monk's Dream" (Monk) - 7:35. Pannonica" (Monk) - 9:26.
Composed by Steve Lacy, arranged by Jeff Crompton. What you would hear in a dream: imaginary, misty, gently floating on fluffy clouds. from Edgewood Sax Quartet demo, track released December 23, 2011. Heavily influenced by modern and avant-guarde free jazz, such as Steve Lacy, John Zorn, Ornette Coleman, et. .Edgewood Sax Quartet. Edgewood Sax Quartet demo. Contact Edgewood Sax Quartet.
Filed under Avant-Garde Jazz By STEVE LACY. A1 The Uh Uh Uh 7:20 A2 Dreams 4:05 A3 The Oil 9:10 B1 The Wane 10:00 B2 Crops 7:00. Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Steve Potts Bass – Jean-Jacques Avenel, Kent Carter Drums – Kenneth Tyler Guitar – Boulou Ferré (tracks: A2, B2), Derek Bailey, Jack Treese (tracks: A2, B2) Soprano Saxophone, Composed By – Steve Lacy Voice, Cello – Irene Aebi. Saravah – SH 10058(France).
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Performer: Steve Lacy
Recording date: May 12, 1975 & May 15, 1975
Size MP3: 1684 mb
Size FLAC: 1464 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
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