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Noah HowardLive At The Swing Club – Torino Italy ... CD
Ricordi/SeriE.WOC (Italy), 1974. New Copy ... $19.99
One of the most spiritual sessions we've ever heard from Noah Howard – a real gem from his 70s years on the European scene – and a record that takes all his previous avant explorations and gives them even more focus than before! The group's got a great way of building up a cosmic sense of energy before it takes off – real magic that comes from the Fender Rhodes and acoustic piano of Michael Smith, the bass of Bob Reid, and drums of Noel McGhee – the last of whom is a player who really drives the action along when needed – setting the spark that burns to a fire in Howard's bold alto solos. Noah also plays a bit of bells and tambourine – and Smith has a great way of resonating his acoustic keys in these wide waves of sound – very introspective, like some of Lonnie Liston Smith's early work with Pharoah Sanders. Titles include "Paris Dreams", "Lecke", and "Mardi Gras". CD

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Noah Howard/Justin Wiggin/Chris MappFrom Dust We Came – To Dust We Return (with bonus download) ... LP
Dirtier Promotions, 2016. Near Mint- ... $16.99
One of the most meditative records we've ever heard from reedman Noah Howard – a very introspectively spiritual set that echoes the concern with mortality in the title! The group's a trio – with Justin Wiggan on electronics and Chris Mapp on bass – the former of whom creates these moody soundscapes that are then given some humanity through the acoustic performance of the other two players – sometimes at a low rumble from Mapp's bass, which is bowed or plucked, depending on the passage – always with the sort of beautifully-blown alto lines we'd expect from Howard! The album maybe feel's like Wiggan is in the role of the leader, but the presence of Howard is key – and would be nothing without his performance. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download card.)

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✨✧ Noah Howard, Zusaan Kali Fasteau & Bobby FewExpatriate Kin ... CD
Creative Improvised Music Projects, 1997. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print. Punch through barcode, promo sticker on tray card, booklet has a slight cut corner.)

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✨✧ Noah HowardSpace Dimension ... LP
America/SeriE.WOC (Netherlands), Early 70s. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the few key pairings of Noah Howard and Frank Wright – and a great session that stands perfectly next to those recordings made by the pair under Wright's name! The record bristles with the best energy of the BYG and America sides from the time – but possibly goes even beyond those with a sense of cohesion and soulfulness that is especially gripping. The pairing of Howard's alto and Wright's tenor is one of those few avant matches made in heaven, and they work together wonderfully in freely exploratory territory that recalls the best of the ESP scene of the 60s. The group's a quartet – with Bobby Few on piano and Art Taylor on drums – and tracks include the Howard originals "Space Dimension", "Viva Black", "Song For Poets", and "Blues For Thelma" – plus a shorter version of Wright's classic "Church Number Nine", recorded with Muhammad Ali on drums. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 250!)
 
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✨✧ Archie SheppPitchin Can ... LP
America (France), 1970. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
One of the few Shepp records for America that never had another issue other than this rare original pressing! This one's one of Shepp's avant party sessions – with a bevvy of great players (Alan Shorter, Sonny Murray, Clifford Thornton, Noah Howard, Lester Bowie, and others), all playing fairly freely on two long tracks: "Uhuru", which stretches over sides 1 and 2, and Cal Massey's "Pitchin Can", which takes up the rest of side 2. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing in a flip-back cover.)

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✨✧ John CorbettVinyl Freak – Love Letters To A Dying Medium ... Book
Duke University Press, 2017. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An incredible look at the format of vinyl – put together by a guy who's got one of the hippest record collections we've ever seen! John Corbett's been writing about music, art, and other formats for decades – but his real labor of love is vinyl records – a format he continued to embrace even at the height of the CD era – so much so that he talked Downbeat magazine into letting him write a special column on musical delights that had never made it to the digital format! Corbett helped plenty of music get reissued on CD himself – thanks to countless label projects – but he also always held a special place in his heart for the kinds of records that never got reissued – and those are the sorts of titles featured here – a massive run of music that runs from jazz to funk, American and European, totally obscure to completely common – presented beautifully together in this massive book! The volume doesn't just bring together Corbett's columns, but also offers up full color reproductions of all the record covers, along with a few other details too – to support efforts on dozens of artists – a huge list that includes Melvin Jackson, Bill Leslie, Black Grass, Night Blooming Jazzmen, Phil Seamen, Khan Jamal, Klaus Doldinger, The Mad-Hatters, Tommy Jones, Guy Warren, The Three Souls, United Front, Johnny Lytle, London Experimental Jazz Quartet, Paul Smoker, AK Salim, Noah Howard, Jack Wilson, and many others – a good number of whom have yet to be reissued. The book is wonderful – and Corbett's longtime declaration of being a vinyl freak is more important than ever, given the rebirth of the medium! Book is 250 pages, softcover, with color images. Book
 
 
 



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