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Roswell Rudd: Blown Bone

Read "Blown Bone" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Nel marzo del 1976 il trombonista Roswell Rudd approfittò del passaggio newyorkese di alcuni suoi colleghi per dedicare un paio di giornate alla registrazione di alcune tracce nei Blue Rock Studios di Eddie Korvin. La compagine è varia e - come spiega lo stesso Rudd nelle note che accompagnano il CD - rappresenta diverse fasi della storia musicale del ...

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Roswell Rudd: Blown Bone

Read "Blown Bone" reviewed by Clifford Allen

Trombonist and composer Roswell Rudd's third decade on the modern jazz scene showed listeners something more than a robust Archie Shepp sideman or a co-leader of the New York Art Quartet. For those accomplishments alone he would have been revered, but the '70s saw his palette expand into orchestral composition and varied long-form suites, as well ...

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Roswell Rudd: Blown Bone

Read "Blown Bone" reviewed by John Eyles

Recorded in March 1976 (with an unreleased interlude from 1967 added here) and only ever released in Japan in 1979, this album is a little lost gem. Unusually for an Emanem release, it features not free improv but straight-ahead jazz. This album is labelled “File under: Jazz (Free/Blues/Latin) --not a common designation for the label.

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