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Malachi ThompsonFreebop Now ... CD
Delmark, 1998. Used ... $4.99 6.99
With Billy Harper on tenor, Oliver Lake on alto, and Harrison Bankhead on bass. Amiri Baraka recites on one track, and the legendary Sonny Seals plays tenor on another. CD
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Malachi ThompsonNew Standards ... CD
Delmark, 1994. Used ... $5.99
Features Ron Bridgewater on tenor, Sonny Seals on alto, and Carter Jefferson on tenor! CD
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Malachi ThompsonSeventh Son (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Ra/Mad About Records (Portugal), Early 70s. New Copy ... $34.99 39.99
The first album from Chicago trumpeter Malachi Thomspon – and the hippest, too! The set was recorded in 1974 – much earlier than anything we've seen from Malachi on record – and it's got a vibe that would be right at home in the Strata East universe – especially in the way the rhythms come together with some really unusual instrumental phrasings! Thompson's trumpet is joined by Sonny Seals on tenor, Kirk Brown and Harold Barney on electric piano, John Thomas on guitar, and Aaron Dodd on tuba on two tracks – sounding pretty darn cool by using his instrument almost like a bass. Penny Jeffries sings on the cut "The Quest" – and other instrumental numbers include "Two Nights In Malakal", "Street Dance", "West Side Stomp", and "Kirk's Tune". LP, Vinyl record album

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