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About Roswell Rudd
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Roswell Rudd (born Roswell Hopkins Rudd, Jr. in Sharon, Connecticut, on November 17, 1935) was an American jazz trombonist. Although skilled in all styles of jazz (including dixieland, which he performed while in college), he is known primarily for his work in free and avant-garde jazz. Since 1962 Rudd worked extensively with Archie Shepp, a close friend. Rudd participated in key free jazz recordings, notably with the New York Art Quartet, on the soundtrack recording for Michael Snow's 1964 film New York Eye and Ear Control, and Michael Mantler & Carla Bley's 1968 "Jazz Composer's OrchestrA- Communications" featuring Cecil Taylor, Don Cherry, Pharoah Sanders, Larry Coryell and Gato Barbieri
The New York Art Quartet and the Noah Howard Quartet on Ezz-thetics
by John Eyles
Although the Ezz-thetics label has been issuing a steady stream of classic albums from the '50s and '60s, some of the label's releases cannot be called classics but are of great historical interest and significance nonetheless. Some such albums are discoveries which have never before been released, while others are reissues of albums which were outshone ...
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New York Art Quartet
The New York Art Quartet was a pioneering free jazz ensemble that emerged in the early 1960s. The group was formed in 1964 by saxophonist John Tchicai and drummer Milford Graves, both of whom were associated with the avant-garde jazz movement in New York City. The quartet also included trombonist Roswell Rudd and bassist Lewis Worrell.
The New York Art Quartet was known for their innovative and experimental approach to jazz, drawing from various influences such as bebop, free improvisation, and European classical music. They embraced a collective improvisational style, allowing each member to contribute their unique voice to the music.
Steve Davis: Systems Blue
by C. Andrew Hovan
From Kid Ory to Roswell Rudd, the role of the trombone has changed dramatically over the brief span of jazz history, as we know it. Whether it be keeping a beat via the style of tailgating," exploring a multitude of textural possibilities through the challenges of the avant-garde, or working somewhere in that middle ground that ...
Andrew Cyrille, William Parker, Enrico Rava: 2 Blues for Cecil
by Giuseppe Segala
È già stato detto molto, di questo album. Appuntamento al vertice di tre musicisti, che in momenti diversi hanno incrociato la personalità magmatica di Cecil Taylor e la sua musica. Andrew Cyrille, William Parker ed Enrico Rava, nell'ordine alfabetico in cui sono elencati dal disco, hanno dato vita al trio per la prima volta ...
By Brian Allen
Label: Braintone 22
Track listing: 1. REPROJECTED 2. UHUH 3. CONSUSNESS 4. GUIDE FOR THE FRACTAL MINDGAZE HUT 5. 80% 6. ALWAYS SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT 7. LUCKY MACHETE 8. SLOTH VS. TENORGALACTIC 9. BROWNFIELD 10. NOW HE LEAVES A MESSAGE 11. 29N 95W 12. AANDERUD AND R. RUDD 13. NOW SHE BOWS A STRING 14. FOUR LETTER ANIMAL 15. WHERE YOU B 16. ANAGRAM CITY 17. HYPOTHETICAL 18. COOKING WITH KNOERNSCHILD 19. BALLAD OF THE PROBLEM FOR ALL YOUR ANSWERS 20. PUSHING A ROPE 21. RADIO OMNI 22. NOT BEFORE TIME 23. THE PART THAT’S ALWAYS LEFT OVER 24. OTAKU’S RHOMBUS 25. BLUESGNOSIS 26. THE CONFIGURATION INSIDE THE SITUATION
Fire Music To Mama Too Tight Revisited
By Archie Shepp
Track listing: Fire Music: Hambone; Los Olvidados; Prelude To A Kiss; The Girl From Ipanema; Malcolm, Malcolm, Semper Malcolm. Mama Too Tight: A Portrait Of Robert Thompson (As A Young Man); Mama Too Tight; Theme For Ernie; Basheer.
Arild Andersen Quartet: Affirmation
by Dan McClenaghan
Arild Andersen began his association with ECM Records in 1975, with the release of his album Clouds In My Head. He has released over 20 more recordings in a leadership role for the label, and has participated in even more albums--for ECM and other labels--in a sideman role, joining artists as diverse as pianists Bobo Stenson, ...
Xhosa Cole: Ibeji
by Karl Ackermann
Few places on the global jazz scene are enjoying the enthusiastic resurgence of the genre more than the UK. Names that are becoming more familiarBinker Golding, Nubya Garcia, Idris Rahman, Shabaka Hutchings and othershave triggered something of a youth movement. Emerging in that group is yet another top-notch saxophonist, Xhosa Cole. Cole's sophomore release, Ibeji is ...
Duck, You Plucker!
by Patrick Burnette
It's an episode years in the making when Mike is finally able to track down guitarist, composer, and raconteur Duck Baker. We discovered Duck through his solo recording of Herbie Nichols' tunes, but Mike finds out that Duck has collaborated with such luminaries as John Zorn, Roswell Rudd, and Eugene Chadbourne while keeping up a stream ...