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Steve Lacy Three: N.Y. Capers and Quirks

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Quirks; Bud

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Steve Lacy Three: Steve Lacy Three: N.Y. Capers and Quirks

Read "Steve Lacy Three: N.Y. Capers and Quirks" reviewed by Mike Neely


Steve Lacy’s long recording career has been one of uncommon consistency of thoughtful, risk taking jazz. Steve Lacy Three: N.Y. Capers & Quirks is a trio recording adding to this great soprano saxophonist’s body of work an excellent often “free jazz” performance recorded live in 1979. Still in his early twenties, Lacy was recognized as a ...

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Steve Lacy Three: N.Y. Capers & Quirks

Read "N.Y. Capers & Quirks" reviewed by Robert Spencer


The Steve Lacy Trio with Jean-Jacques Avenel and John Betsch has been touring around the country for a few years now, purveying a stylish cool that contrasts interestingly with the trio on this disc: Lacy with bassist Ronnie Boykins and drummer Dennis Charles. This disc, recorded in 1979, captures Lacy during a freer, more fiery period. ...

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Steve Lacy Three: N.Y. Capers & Quirks

Read "N.Y. Capers & Quirks" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Recorded in 1979, N.Y. Capers & Quirks finds soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy teaming with drummer Dennis Charles who had previously worked with Lacy during stints in Cecil Taylor’s group and the Gil Evans’ Orchestra. Sadly, Dennis Charles passed away in 1998 while the bassist on this date; Ronnie Boykins, died only four months after these live ...


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