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Brown, Marion: Why Not? Porto Novo! Revisited

Label: ezz-thetics by Hat Hut Records Ltd
Product Code: 29306
Catalog Code: ezz-thetics 1106
Country: Switzerland
 
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Reissuing two essential albums from saxophonist Marion Brown--Why Not? (ESP, 1968) and Porto Novo (Polydor, 1969)--the first recorded in NY in a quartet with pianist Stanley Cowell, bassist Sirone and drummer Rashied Ali, the second recorded in The Netherlands in a trio with Han Bennink on drums and Maarten Van Regteren Altena on double bass; essential.


Brown, Marion: Capricorn Moon To Juba Lee (remastered)

Label: ezz-thetics by Hat Hut Records Ltd
Product Code: 27859
Catalog Code: ezz-thetics 1102
Country: Switzerland
 
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Merging and remastering two essential albums from free jazz saxophonist Marion Brown: his 1966 ESP album "Marion Brown Quartet" with trumpeter Alan Shorter, bassist Reggie Johnson and percussionist Rahied Ali; and his 1967 Fontana album "Juba-Lee" in a septet with Reggie Johnson, drummer Beaver Harris, pianist Dave Burrell, trombonist Grachan Moncur III & saxophonist Bennie Maupin.


Brown, Marion / Dave Burrell: Live At The Black Musicians' Conference, 1981

Label: NoBusiness
Product Code: 26796
Catalog Code: NBCD 109
Country: Lithuania
 
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In 1981 Archie Shepp and Roman Wiggins coordinated the University of Massachusettes's week-long event of workshops, concerts & lectures focused on modern jazz, the opening concert the wonderfully sophisticated duo of alto saxophonist Marion Brown and pianist Dave Burrell peforming 7 pieces of compositions from each, plus two Strayhorn pieces, ending with "Lush Life"; essential.