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David S.Ware, uno de los últimos baluartes de la estirpe de Coltrane, fallecido en octubre de 2012, vuelve a la actualidad con la serie que el sello AUM Fidelity le dedica. El rescate de dos publicaciones en directo alejadas en el tiempo, una de 2005 y otra de 1977, suma mayor interés.

David S.Ware, uno de los últimos baluartes de la estirpe de Coltrane, fallecido en octubre de 2012, vuelve a la actualidad con la serie que el sello AUM Fidelity le dedica. El rescate de dos publicaciones en directo alejadas en el tiempo, una de 2005 y otra de 1977, suma mayor interés.

Joe Lovano & David Murray

Joe Lovano & David Murray

Bud Powell, Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Art Blakey at Birdland

Bud Powell, Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Kenny Clarke at Birdland (Photo: Marcel Fleiss)

Billy Harper: A sonically arresting and moving tenor saxophonist, is — like many of the other great “Texas Tenors” — immediately recognizable by an immense, distinctive sound. Stylistically influenced by Coltrane, Harper has worked extensively with Art Blakey, Max Roach, Gil Evans, Elvin Jones, and Lee Morgan. The San Francisco Chronicle reports, “He is a soul of sensitivity and intelligence, as well as of explosive, majestic passion.”

Billy Harper: A sonically arresting and moving tenor saxophonist, is — like many of the other great “Texas Tenors” — immediately recognizable by an immense, distinctive sound. Stylistically influenced by Coltrane, Harper has worked extensively with Art Blakey, Max Roach, Gil Evans, Elvin Jones, and Lee Morgan. The San Francisco Chronicle reports, “He is a soul of sensitivity and intelligence, as well as of explosive, majestic passion.”

Peter Brotzmann

A towering figure in the history of free jazz and improvised music, Peter Brötzmann Quartet returns to LA for the first time since the live at Echoplex this Monday!

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Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Allen Eager and Kai Winding at the Royal Roost, New York – Herman Leonard

Russel Procope

Russell Procope (August 1908 - January American saxophoneplayer (the Duke Ellington Orchestra).

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