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New Fred Anderson, Hamid Drake, & William ParkerBlue Winter ... CD
Eremite, 2005. Used 2CD ... $14.99
A beautiful tribute to the strengths of these players working together in a trio – the sense of respect and patience they each have for each other – letting the sound come at just the right moment in just the right way, as things build together in this amazing way – then leap forth with a power that's even more incredible when all three musicians fall into step! Anderson's tenor gets lots of rich open space to roam around – with these deep tones that strongly echo a Coltrane legacy, almost more soulfully than other albums of this vintage – and Parker's bass is wonderful, as always, in a setting like this – and Drake's drums are a masterpiece of understatement. The set features four long improvisations – recorded live in a very warm space. CD

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New Raphe Malik QuartetCompanions ... CD
Eremite, 1998. Used ... Out Of Stock
Trumpeter Raphe Malik's got some great companions on this set – a quartet that features Glenn Spearman on tenor sax, William Parker on bass, and Paul Murphy on drums – all musicians who can really step out and soar along with Malik's bold improvisations! The performance hits that perfect Eremite expression of older loft jazz modes that makes the label's work from this time so crucial – a set that shows a strong creative jazz fire still burning strongly in the northeast – recorded live in a very respectful way. Tracks are all long, with a great sense of freedom, but still a wonderful focus too – and titles include "Lyon's Jump", "Emblematic", "Bend", and "Health Food". CD
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New William ParkerThrough Acceptance Of The Mystery Place (with bonus track) ... CD
Centering/Eremite, 1976/1981. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Early genius from William Parker – a set of work inspired by the poems of Kenneth Patchen, and performed with a really vivid sound overall! The players here differ from track to track – and the album comes together almost like a sonic suite – echoing some themes very slightly, not in a musical way, but more of an emotive one – gently lyrical one minute, but more boldly expressive at another. Players include Billy Bang and Polly Bradfield on violin, Toshinori Kondo on alto horn, Jemeel Moondoc on alto sax, Arthur Williams on trumpet, John Hagen and Charles Brackeen on tenor, and Parker on bass. Titles include "Rattles & Bells & The Light Of The Sea", "Desert Flower", "Through Acceptance Of The Mystery Peace", and "Commitment". CD also features a bonus track recorded in 1976 – "Face Hands Still Folded", with Billy Bang and Ramsey Ameen on violin, and Parker performing a recitation. CD

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New Raphe Malik QuartetCompanions ... CD
Eremite, 1998. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Trumpeter Raphe Malik's got some great companions on this set – a quartet that features Glenn Spearman on tenor sax, William Parker on bass, and Paul Murphy on drums – all musicians who can really step out and soar along with Malik's bold improvisations! The performance hits that perfect Eremite expression of older loft jazz modes that makes the label's work from this time so crucial – a set that shows a strong creative jazz fire still burning strongly in the northeast – recorded live in a very respectful way. Tracks are all long, with a great sense of freedom, but still a wonderful focus too – and titles include "Lyon's Jump", "Emblematic", "Bend", and "Health Food". CD
 
 
 
 



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