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New York Art Quartet (ESP)

Reissue of the 1964 release of this incredible yet short-lived NY free jazz ensemble, one of the first ESP issues, and including a recitation from Amiri Baraka.
 

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UPC: 825481010047

Label: ESP
Catalog ID: ESP 1004CD
Squidco Product Code: 9415

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2008
Country: USA
Packaging: Digipack
Recorded on November 26, 1964 at Bell Sound Studios, NYC by Art Crist.


Personnel:

Roswell Rudd-trombone

John Tchicai-alto sax

Lewis Worrell-bass

Milford Graves-drums, percussion

Amiri Baraka-recitation #2

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track listing:


1. Short 8:22

2. Black Dada Nihilismus 3:37

3. Sweet 8:24

4. Rosmosis 4:56

5. Untitled 9:53

6. No. 6 8:07




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"Roswell Rudd assembled the newly formed New York Quartet for an afternoon recording session at Bell Sound Studios in midtown Manhattan. They were joined by a small, youthful appearing individual, the poet Amiri Baraka. Their engineer was the late Art Crist, an accomplished pianist. I was introduced to Lewis Worrell, Amiri Baraka and John Tchicai. The group was short lived. I heard them again 40 years later, when they reassembled for a concert at the South Street Seaport in New York City, opening for Sonic Youth at the invitation of Thurston Moore. Lewis Worrell, who had vanished from the scene, was replaced on bass by Reggie Workman."-Bernard Stollman


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