Anthony Braxton's 1989 recording of seven compositions (glued together into three performances) in a trio with bassist Adelhard Roidinger and drummer Tony Oxley.
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Catalog ID: 658
Squidco Product Code: 11219
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve 3 panels
Recorded March 21, 1989 at Maison de la Culture, Amiens, France by Peter Pfister assisted by Bruno Menny. Re-mastered in Feburary 2009 by Peter Pfister.
Anthony Braxton-alto, C-melody, soprano and sopranino saxophones, clarinet & flute
Adelhard Roidinger-double bass
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1. Composition 40D, 40G (+63) 19:35
2. All the Things You Are / The Angular Apron / Composition 6A 26:40
3. Composition 40J, 110a (+108B + 69J) 12:07
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"The great avant-garde reed player Anthony Braxton (who on this set switches between alto, C-melody sax, clarinet, flute, soprano and sopranino), bassist Adelhard Roidinger and drummer Tony Oxley play five of Braxton's complex originals, Oxley's "The Angular Apron" and the standard "All the Things You Are." As usual Braxton's improvising is quite advanced and original but is colorful and fiery enough to always hold on to open-eared listener's attention. This is one of literally dozens of stimulating Anthony Braxton sessions currently available."-Scott Yanow, All Music
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