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George Russell: George Russell Sextet at the Five Spot
by David Adler
George Russell, like Lennie Tristano, is one of the unsung prophets of modern jazz. The theoretical innovations for which he has become known are suffused throughout this early small group session, released in 1960 by Decca and now reissued by Verve. Although it’s billed as a live record, the reissue essay by Kirk Silsbee lets the ...
George Russell Sextet at the Five Spot
Label: Verve Music Group
Track listing: Sippin' At Bells; Dance Class; Swingdom Come; 121 Bank Street; Beast Blues; Moment's Notice.
George Russell (: George Russell Sextet At The Five Spot
by C. Andrew Hovan
Conceptualist and composer George Russell’s place in jazz history has always been a bit tenuous at best. Few really understand the implications of his Lydian Chromatic concept and up until now very few of his early recorded masterpieces have been available to all but the most diehard of vinyl collectors. Following the seminal 1957 Jazz Workshop ...