Paris Concert is a live album by the short-lived jazz group Circle, which consisted of saxophonist Anthony Braxton, pianist Chick Corea, bassist David Holland and drummer Barry Altschul, recorded in 1971 and released in 1972 on the ECM label
Circle (5) – Paris - Concert. Label: Trio Records – ECM-4010~11, ECM Records – ECM 1018/19. Series: ECM 10th Anniversary Collections –, Trio Jazz Mania –. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. Recorded on February 21, 1971 at the Maison de l'. Office De Radiodiffusion - Television Francaise) France Inter. Realisation: Andre Francis' "Jazz Sur Scene". An ECM Production Made by Trio-Kenwood Corporation, Japan ¥3,000. Include Japanese liner notes. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All.
Circle (5) – Paris-Concert. Label: ECM Records – ECM 1018/19, ECM Records – 843 163-2. Format: 2 CD, Album, Reissue. Paris Produced and broadcasted by . Realisation: Andre Francis "Jazz sur Seine".
Paris Concert (Circle album) Paris Concert. Live album by. Circle. Circle 1: Live in Germany Concert (1970). Paris Concert (1971). Circle 2: Gathering (1971).
LP (Item 28281) ECM, 1971 - Condition: Near Mint-. LP, Vinyl record album. An essential 2LP set that's just about the only vinyl release you can find that documents the work of the legendary (and short-lived) Circle group – an important avant jazz combo that featured Anthony Braxton, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, and Barry Altschul. The record captures a Parisian concert from 1971, and the band runs through a great reading of Wayne Shorter's "Nefertitti", plus original material like "Duet", "Toy Room – Q&A", "Song For The Newborn", and "Lookout Farm".
Paris Concert (Circle album). 1971 live album by Circle.
Of all of the recordings from the short-lived avant-garde quartet Circle, this double-LP is the most rewarding. Cut live in Paris, this set features pianist Chick Corea, the reeds of Anthony Braxton, bassist Dave Holland, and drummer Barry Altschul playing a wide variety of fairly free explorations. Highlights include their reinterpretation of the standard "There Is No Greater Love," the playful "Toy Room - Q & A," Braxton's "73 Degrees Kelvin," and "Nefertiti.
Corea called the Paris Concert (recorded 1971) the realization of a dream. Melody Maker: Paris Concert is evidence that here was one of the most excitingly talented bands of recent years, for these 94 minutes of music simply burst with vigorous invention. Initially published in May 1972, vinyl is reissued in April 2017 as audiophile pressing taken from the original analog tapes.
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