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Live In New York, 2010

Format:
Compact Disc (Audio)
No of Discs:
2
Availability:
Available
Release Date:
23-06-2017
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Barcode:
642623310229
Packaging:
Digipak
Catalog Number:
AUM102
Live In New York, 2010
Live In New York, 2010

Description

'Live in New York, 2010' presents a tremendous one-night engagement by saxophone colossus David S. Ware and his latter day Trio in an intimate club setting - the Blue Note on October 4, 2010. Packaged in deluxe 8-panel digipak, with liner notes by producer Steven Joerg.

Featuring his perennially steadfast musical partner William Parker on bass, and equally incomparable Warren Smith on drums, they were celebrating the recent release of the studio album, 'Onecept'. Having played an electrifying set at Vision Festival in June, this extended night in October was the third and final magnificent time on which this trio convened.

Appearances at jazz clubs in New York were rare for Ware. The two hour+ sets, with repast in-between, allowed him and group to inhabit the space; afforded more time to stretch out and breathe with the music. As Ware was exclusively dealing with spontaneous forms during this period in his creative life, the six extended suites here were newly created on that night. None of these fantastic multi-track recordings have been previously released.

This is the extraordinary third edition in the David S. Ware Archive Series [preceded by the 'Birth of a Being (Expanded)' set and the 'Live in Sant'Anna Arresi, 2004' Duo with Matthew Shipp]. This set is manna for those who are already fans of his work, and a bountifully potent entry point for new converts.

"Ware is a genius at extrapolating from and recombining source material on the fly - his mind as well as his fingers move with electric urgency. The saxophonist has long sought to reach an ideal state as a player - to master the mechanics of his horn so thoroughly that his thoughts can flow straight into music, as though the instrument didn't exist." - Chicago Reader

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