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Reissuing Peter Brotzmann's first album from 1967 on his own BRO label (subsequently reissued by FMP in 1972) in a trio with German bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Sven Ake Johansson.
 

Brotzmann Trio, Peter
For Adolphe Sax

Brotzmann Trio, Peter: For Adolphe Sax (Atavistic)
Label: Atavistic    
Released in: USA    


"At last, the reissue of German saxophonist Peter Brötzmann's long out-of-print first record, one of the most auspicious debuts of free music, and a trenchant tribute to the inventor of the saxophone. For Adolphe Sax is a roundhouse punch of European free jazz, delivered in 1967 by the saxophonist's first classic trio featuring drummer Sven-Ake Johansson and bassist Peter Kowald. Initially issued in a tiny private run on Brötzmann's own BRO label -- silkscreened cover designed by Brötzmann, with hand-stamped inner record labels -- it was later reissued on FMP as one of the earliest in the Berlin-based label's extensive, essential catalogue. The Unheard Music Series has lovingly remastered For Adolphe Sax from the original tapes, and the package includes a plump gallery of period photos from Brötzmann's personal collection. In addition to the original music, the CD is augmented by a never-released nine-minute track, recorded in the studios of Radio Bremen, which adds Belgian pianist Fred van Hove to the trio; in a way, this group give a hint of the transition from Brötzmann's initial threesome with Johansson and Kowald to the next working trio with Van Hove and drummer Han Bennink."-Atavistic



Remastered from the original master, 12 page booklet with photos, includes an additional never-released nine-minute track from the studios of Radio Bremen.




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Product Information:

Remastered from the original master, 12 page booklet with photos, includes an additional never-released nine-minute track from the studios of Radio Bremen.

UPC: 735286223026

Label: Atavistic
Catalog ID: ALP 230CD
Squidco Product Code: 17174

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2012
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded June 1967 by Gunter Schutte. First edition privately released on LP by Peter Brötzmann on his BRÖ label in 1968 as BRÖ 1. Reissued in 1972 on FMP as FMP 0080.






Personnel:

Peter Brotzmann-tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone

Peter Kowald-bass

Sven Ake Johansson-drums

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Track Listing:

1. For Adolphe Sax 19:20

2. Sanity 4:49

3. Morning Glory 16:18

4. Everything 9:56







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