Steve Lacy - Axieme mp3 flac
- Album: Axieme
- MP3: 1939 mb | FLAC: 1981 mb
- Released: 1993
- Style: Free Jazz
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Recorded live on September 1975 in The San Francesco Church in Como (Italy), during the Autumno Musicale di Como. Axiom+Ensemble Axieme). Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, hand-etched): VPA-120-A 14-4-78 cA.
Axieme is a live album by the saxophonist Steve Lacy. It was released in 1975 on Red Records. Although not labelled on the LP or CD releases, the album contains solo tracks of Steve Lacy's compositions "Deadline", "The New Duck", "Tao (Suite)", "Coastline" and "The Crust". All compositions by Steve Lacy. Axieme, Pt. 1 & 2" - 24:01. 3 & 4" - 25:09. Steve Lacy - soprano saxophone.
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The four tracks are all part of Axieme, which explores sound, timbre, and rhythm in Lacy's inimitable style. Some of the licks that are so identified with the saxophonist are here (including snippets of Monk), but what makes this so appealing is the freedom expressed. The first "Part" starts with a theme, and repeats it over and over again with minor changes until it becomes something new. Elsewhere, Lacy displays some of his more radical work, with extended technique predominant
Tracklist: 1. Axieme (Part 1 and 2) (24:01) 2. Axieme (Part 3 and 4) (25:09).
Axieme (Solo Saxophone Album). Axieme (Part 1 and 2). Your browser does not support the audio element. Axieme (Part 3 and 4). Terms and Conditions.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Red Record (catalog number VPA121). This album was released in 1977-10-20 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Engineer.
Album · 1992 · 2 Songs. Lacy recorded with Gil Evans in 1957 (they would work together on an irregular basis into the 1980s), was with Thelonious Monk's quintet in 1960 for four months, and then formed a quartet with Roswell Rudd (1961-1964) that exclusively played Monk's music; only one live set (for Emanen in 1963) resulted from that very interesting group. Lacy, who is considered the first "modern" musician to specialize on soprano (an instrument that was completely neglected during the bop era), began to turn toward avant-garde jazz in 1965
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Filed under Avant-Garde Jazz By STEVE LACY. A Axieme 15:41 B Axieme II 13:48. Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy. Red Record – VPA121 (Italy). Recorded live on September 1975 in The San Francesco Church in Como (Italy), during the Autumno Musicale di Como. Thanks to snobb for the addition.
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- Engineer – Augusto Brivio, Gigi "The Genius" Ronchetti*
- Producer – Augusto Brivio, Sergio Veschi
- Remix – Augusto Brivio
- Soprano Saxophone, Composed By – Steve Lacy
NotesRecorded live on September 1975 in The San Francesco Church in Como (Italy), during the Autumno Musicale di Como.