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Roscoe Mitchell with Muhal Richard Abrams, Anthony Braxton, Malachi Favors, Joseph Jarman, George Lewis, Wallace McMillan, Henry Threadgill
első megjelenés éve: 1976

2 x CD
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1. CD tartalma:
1.  Nonaah
solo concert Willisau
2.  Ericka
solo concert Willisau
3.  Nonaah
solo concert Willisau
4.  Off Five Dark Six
duet with Anthony Braxton
5.  A1 TAL 2LA
duet with Malachi Favors
6.  Tahquemenon
with Muhal Richard Abrams & George Lewis
2. CD tartalma:
1.  Improvisation 1
solo concert Berkeley
2.  Ballad
3.  Nonaah
with Joseph Jarman, Wallace McMillan & Henry Threadgill
4.  Sing
5.  Improvisation 2
6.  Sing
solo concert Berkeley
7.  Chant
solo concert Berkeley
8.  Off Five Dark Six
solo concert Berkeley
Jazz / Free Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz

Roscoe Mitchell - Sax (Soprano), Engineer, Soloist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Anthony Braxton - Sax (Soprano), Sopranino
Chuck Nessa Producer
George Lewis Trombone
Henry Threadgill Sax (Alto)
Joseph Jarman Sax (Alto)
Malachi Favors Bass
Muhal Richard Abrams Piano
Roberto Masotti Cover Photo
Stu Black Engineer
Terry Martin Liner Notes
Wallace McMillan Sax (Alto)

1976-1977. This is one of Mitchell's best solo statements. It includes a full-side treatment of the title cut, solo works, duos, and an incredible alto number with Mitchell, Henry Threadgill (as), Joseph Jarman (reeds), and the undervalued Wallace McMillan (b). ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide

Roscoe Mitchell

Active Decades: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s
Born: Aug 03, 1940 in Chicago, IL
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Modern Creative, Avant-Garde, Early Creative, Free Jazz, Progressive Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation

Roscoe Mitchell is the rare jazz musician who also moves comfortably within the realm of contemporary classical music. It might even be said that Mitchell is a more convincing artist when working in European-influenced forms. When relying on structural and formal jazz conventions, Mitchell can often come off as stilted and unswinging. On the other hand, his forays into free-time, nontonal improvisation (both structured and unstructured) are as spontaneous and as emotionally satisfying as the best jazz. Mitchell's improvisations exercise extraordinary discipline and intellectual rigor. He's at once a patient and impulsive improviser, prone to alternating episodes of order and chaos, clarity and complexity. Mitchell is a technically superb -- if idiosyncratic -- saxophonist. His tone on alto and soprano tends to be edgy and brittle. At his most lyrical, Mitchell's saxophone lines exploit the instrument's strength as an interval-making machine; his improvised melodies often bear similarity to works by the classical composer Morton Feldman, though Mitchell's music is more overtly emotional. At his most energetic, Mitchell takes advantage of the saxophone's timbral flexibility and the horn's natural tendencies, which allow a player to play fast, scalar lines. Whether playing soft or loud, slow or fast, Mitchell's playing is invariably suffused with passion and intensity.
Mitchell played saxophone and clarinet as a teenager. While stationed in Germany as a member of the Army, Mitchell played in a band with tenor saxophone innovator Albert Ayler. Upon returning to the U.S. in 1961, Mitchell played bop with a group of Wilson Junior College students which included bassist Malachi Favors and saxophonists Joseph Jarman, Henry Threadgill, and Anthony Braxton. Mitchell began listening to the recordings of Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane. He studied with pianist/composer Muhal Richard Abrams. In 1962, he began playing in Abrams' newly organized Experimental Band, a rehearsal group which explored many of the contemporary alternatives to conventional jazz improvisation and composition. In 1965, he became one of the first members of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), a nonprofit organization established by Abrams, pianist Jodie Christian, drummer Steve McCall, and composer Phil Cohran. The AACM were devoted to the same principles as the Experimental Band. In 1966, Mitchell's sextet (with trumpeter Lester Bowie, tenor saxophonist Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre, bassist Favors, trombonist Lester Lashley, and drummer Alvin Fiedler) became the first AACM group to record. Abstract in concept and execution, the album, Sound (Delmark), was an in-depth examination of the interaction between sound and silence, utilizing such unorthodox devices as spontaneous collective improvisation, toy instruments, and non-musical noise. A departure from the more extroverted work of the New York-based free jazz players, Sound pointed the way to a new manner of playing jazz-based music. Around this time, Mitchell also performed and recorded as a solo saxophonist. By 1967, the Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble consisted of the leader, Favors, trumpeter Lester Bowie, and drummer Phillip Wilson. That combination did not record; Wilson was replaced by Jarman, and in 1969 the group traveled to Europe. The sojourn was very successful. The band -- renamed the Art Ensemble of Chicago -- recorded extensively, particularly in France. The resulting albums formed the initial basis of their reputation.
Mitchell played briefly in St. Louis upon returning to the United States in 1971. He then resettled in Chicago. Around 1974 he established the Creative Arts Collective. Based in East Lansing, MI, the group was similar in purpose to the AACM. The '70s found Mitchell expanding on his solo saxophone concept, working with his AACM cohorts in various combinations and performing with the Art Ensemble. The latter group became possibly the most highly acclaimed jazz band of the next two decades, winning critics' polls with regularity. In the '80s and '90s, Mitchell also led the Sound Ensemble, who included members of his Creative Arts Collective. In the '90s, Mitchell branched out even more, collaborating more frequently with such classical composer/performers as Pauline Oliveros and Thomas Buckner. A trio with Buckner and the virtuoso pianist Borah Bergman was an ongoing and effective unit. Since 2000, Mitchell has remained active, releasing a handful of recordings including Song for My Sister in 2002, Solo 3 in 2004, and Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3 in 2007.
---Chris Kelsey, All Music Guide

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