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Steve Lacy / Roswell Rudd Quartet: Early And Late

Read "Early And Late" reviewed by Robert Iannapollo

Steve Lacy (soprano saxophone) and Roswell Rudd (trombone) had a long and illustrious musical history together dating back to the 1950s playing in Dixieland ensembles. By the early 1960s, they were committed modernists and formed a quartet devoted (mostly) to the music of Monk; School Days, a 1963 live date released twelve years later on hatOLOGY ...

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Steve Lacy - Roswell Rudd Quartet: Early and Late

Read "Early and Late" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Un piccolo scrigno con tesori preziosi, questa edizione Cuneiform, che raccoglie incisioni sparse della coppia Lacy-Rudd in diverse situazioni, ma soprattutto regala ben quattro tracce datate 1962, dunque precedenti l’incisione del noto School Days. Come tutto il repertorio di quell’album, tre di questi quattro pezzi sono elaborazioni da Thelonious Monk, che i due allora giovani jazzmen veneravano come un ...

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Steve Lacy - Roswell Rudd Quartet: Early and Late

Read "Early and Late" reviewed by Troy Collins

One of the greatest front lines in modern jazz, soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy and trombonist Roswell Rudd were a singular force. From their earliest forays in the 1950s, Lacy and Rudd performed together regularly but recorded infrequently. Besides a handful of Black Saint/Soul Note albums from the early 1980s, there are few documents of their many ...