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8 thoughts on “ Fortunato - Marion Brown - Why Not (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Brown's "New Blue" Is A Slow Modal Study In Blues From The Post-Modal School. In Fact, Given The Airiness And Strange Intervals Played By Brown And Moncur, It Is A New Kind Of Modal Blues. "Fortunato" Is The Vanguard Take On Post-Bop Swing. It Honks, Squeaks, And Turns Itself Around To Meet Knotty Changes From Burrell Playing In The Middle.
  2. Marion Brown has, it seems, something of a rep as a standard 60s ESP 'freak-out jazz' sax player. if this was true, it might be enough to dismiss his albums (without actually listening to them) as probably well-intentioned but just-as-likely unlistenable.5/5(3).
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  4. Marion Brown Mario Brown Quartet vinyl LP album record UK SFJL FONTANA Favourite Auctions Marion Brown: Why Not: ESP Disk: LP, Album, Reissue, US: Marion Brown: Geechee Recollections: IMP Impulse! LP, Album, Stereo, Japan: Marion Brown: November Cotton Flower: RJL
  5. Three for Shepp, an Album by Marion Brown. Released in February on Impulse! (catalog no. AS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz. Featured peformers: Grachan Moncur III (trombone), Marion Brown (alto saxophone), Sirone (bass), Bob Thiele (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (engineer), Joe Lebow (cover design), Robert Flynn (design), Ray Gibson (photography), Marty Topp (photography), .
  6. A CD that brings together some important early work from altoist Marion Brown – two long tracks from the sessions for his Quartet album on ESP – and a later album issued only overseas! The set begins with the long tracks "Capricorn Moon" and "Mephistopheles" from Marion Brown Quartet – one of our favorite albums ever on the legendary ESP label – a rhythmic, soulful, early session by.
  7. Guadeloupean pianist Jonathon Jurion explores the legacy of American saxophonist Marion Brown, a cult figure whose time in Paris left an indelible mark on the French Jazz scene. The session blends traditional Ka drums and the exceptional double bass of Michel Alibo with Jonathan's piano to bring a percussive Caribbean reading of Brown's diverse 4/5(1).
  8. Mar 08,  · From "Marion Brown - Porto Novo" [ Polydor ‎- (LP) UK ] Composed by Marion Brown Alto Saxophone -- Marion Brown Bass -- Maarten van Regteren Altena Drums -- Han Bennink Recorded in.

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