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Jimmy Giuffre 3 & 4 - New York Concerts - DELUXE 180-GRAM DOUBLE LP
Jimmy Giuffre 3 & 4 - New York Concerts - DELUXE 180-GRAM DOUBLE LP

Jimmy Giuffre 3 & 4 - New York Concerts - DELUXE 180-GRAM DOUBLE LP

 

DELUXE 180-GRAM DOUBLE LP

Gatefold 2LP - This special edition was released for the Record Store Day October 24, 2020 edition

Special gatefold edition including extensive liner notes including special annotations by co-producer Zev Feldman & famed jazz writers Philippe Carles & Bob Blumenthal. “These recordings were never going to be released, but as soon as I heard them, I knew I had to do everything in my power to make these performances public for the first time in almost 50 years. I first discovered the tapes in July 2012, while on a New York business trip. Upon first hearing these recordings I was mesmerized by Jimmy Giuffre’s style of play. It was nothing like the LPs I had collected from his years in Capitol, Atlantic, or Verve. These performances were free, adventurous, and unexpected. As Bob Blumenthal mentions in his liner notes, these recordings also mark a reappearance of the tenor saxophone for Giuffre, who had been playing the clarinet almost exclusively. George Klabin recorded these two concerts in 1965 while a student at Columbia University and the jazz programming director at WKCR-FM. These recordings aired only once on his radio show and remained tucked away until now”. Zev Feldman.

Tracklist:

Side 1

1. SYNCOPATE 7:51
2. INTRODUCTION 0:39
3 CROSSROADS 7:47

Side 2

1. DRIVE 11:40
2. QUADRANGLE 3:53
3. ANGLES 4:32

Side 3

1. SYNCOPATE 8:22
2. QUADRANGLE 7:08
3. THREE BARS IN ONE 8:51

Side 4

1. CRY, WANT 9:42
2. ANGLES 8:11
3. DRIVE 8:06

Personnel:

Sides A & B: JIMMY GIUFFRE, clarinet & tenor sax RICHARD DAVIS, bass JOE CHAMBERS, drums.

Recorded at Judson Hall, New York City, September 3, 1965.

Sides C & D: JIMMY GIUFFRE, clarinet & tenor sax DON FRIEDMAN, piano BARRE PHILLIPS, bass JOE CHAMBERS, drums.

Recorded at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University, New York City, May 19, 1965.

Credits:

All compositions by JIMMY GIUFFRE (Beach Music Co. BMI) except “Crossroads” by ORNETTE COLEMAN (Contemporary Music BMI).

Produced by Zev Feldman.

Executive producer: Jordi Soley.

Mixing, Mastering, and Sound Restoration by George Klabin & Fran Gala at Resonance Records Studios, Beverly Hills.

Format
LP
Discs
2
5990537

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