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Cecil Taylor e Bill Dixon: esce l'inedito in studio del 1992

Label: Triple Point Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Side A: Piece One; Piece Two.
Side B: Piece Three; Piece Four.
Side C: Piece Five; Piece Six; Piece Seven.
Side D: Piece Eight; Piece Nine; Piece Ten; Piece Eleven.

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Duck Baker Plays Monk

Label: Triple Point Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Blue Monk; Off Minor; Bemsha Swing; Round Midnight; Light Blue; Straight, No Chaser; Jackie-ing; In Walked Bud; Misterioso.

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Out Loud

Label: Triple Point Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Side A: Untitled 1; Vivid Description; Side B: Listen; Untitled 2; Logical Extensions; Side C: Whew!; Side D: Untitled 3; Closing Announcement.

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Frank Lowe: Out Loud

Read "Out Loud" reviewed by John Sharpe


In the spring of 1974, the storied ESP label had just released the leadership debut of thirty-year old reedman Frank Lowe, and now he was considering his next move. Val Wilmer in her groundbreaking As Serious As Your Life (Quartet Books, 1977) observes about Lowe: “Everywhere you go in New York you'll run into him, working ...

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Out Loud

Label: Triple Point Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Side A: Untitled 1; Vivid Description; Side B: Listen; Untitled 2; Logical Extensions; Side C: Whew!; Side D: Untitled 3; Closing Announcement.

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Article: Album Review

Frank Lowe: Out Loud

Read "Out Loud" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The year separating Thanksgivings of 2013 and 2014 has abounded in historic reissues and discoveries. There are several from idiosyncratic bandleader Sun Ra in addition to ones from saxophonists John Coltrane, Clifford Jordan and Charles Lloyd. And of course there are such gems as the third volume of trumpeter Miles Davis' Fillmore bootlegs and clarinetist/saxophonist Jimmy ...

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Frank Lowe: Out Loud

Read "Out Loud" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Musical archeology has become somewhat of a trend these days. It might be explained, in part by the rebirth of vinyl and the excavation of long out-of-print titles, but also there are scores of devoted collectors who've discovered unpublished recordings of significant artists. For the serially neglected avant-garde of jazz, some of these finds have been ...


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