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Steve Lacy & Brion Gysin: Songs

Read "Songs" reviewed by R. Emmet Sweeney

At the end of 1980, the late Steve Lacy expanded his group to a sextet with the addition of pianist Bobby Few. His first recording with this new configuration was Songs, a 1981 collaboration with poet/painter Brion Gysin, best known for his work with William Burroughs. Lacy and Gysin had worked together as far back as ...


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