Friendship Next of Kin
Label: DMG ARC
Released in: USA
Considered by many fans to be one of the rarest late '60s Euro/Brit avant jazz recordings, these sessions bring together such legendary players as Harry Miller, Mike Osborne and Louis Moholo in a free jazz outing that unites European, American and African players.
For this reissue on New York avant record store Downtown Music Gallery's own ARC label, Friendship Next of Kin is presented in two versions: an edited version which includes a drum solo excised from the original take (replayed here), and the album version without the solo.
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Label: DMG ARC
Catalog ID: DMG/ARC 702
Squidco Product Code: 7203
Recorded September 1969, London, UK. Originally released on the BYG associated 'Goody' label in France.
Mongezi Feza-pocket trumpet
Mike Osborne-alto sax
Kenneht Terroade-tenor sax, flute
Earl Freeman-bass, piano, voice
Louis Moholo-incidental percussion
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1. Friendship Next of Kin (An homage to Kenneth Teroades's "Love Rejoice")
2. Facts of the Universe
3. Friendship Next of Kin (original album version)
All compositions by S. Lissack