Glenn Spearman - Free Worlds album flac
Title: Free Worlds
Style: Free Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1929 mb
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Glenn Spearman – Free Worlds. Label: Black Saint – 120207-2. Tenor Saxophone – Glenn Spearman. Trumpet – Raphe Malik (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 8). Written-By – Spearman (tracks: 1, 3, 6 to 8). Notes. Recorded on May 1994 at Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (1,3,6,8) Recorded on June 1994 at Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (2,7) Recorded on June 1995 at Sharkbite Studio, Oakland, CA (4) Recorded on December 1994 at Guerilla Euphonics, Oakland, CA (5) Mastered at Disctronics, Tribiano Milano.
Glenn Spearman's premature death from cancer in 1998 was a tragic loss for avant-garde jazz. Although not a huge name in the jazz world, Spearman was an expressive tenor saxman who played with a lot of passion. The Californian's integrity shines through on Free Worlds, a posthumous release that focuses on some sessions he led in the Bay Area in 1994 and 1995. While those who believe that hard bop is the only form of jazz that has a right to exist would do well to look elsewhere, Free Worlds is recommended to those with a taste for free jazz and the avant-garde.
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Take tenor saxophonist Glenn Spearman. He made a handful of records which were mostly ignored. He worked with Cecil Taylor for a year and frequently collaborated with trumpeter Raphe Malik. Unfortunately, Spearman died in October of last year. And only now are people starting to notice his amazing talent. Among his lasting legacies is his trio record First and Last, recorded only three months before his death ("his last ever earth gig, performing or recording").
Glenn Spearman (February 14, 1947 – October 8, 1998) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He was associated with free jazz and experimental music. Spearman was active in Oakland, California, in the late 1960s but moved to Paris in 1972 and founded the band Emergency with bassist Bob Reid. This group recorded two albums, performed on radio and television in France, and appeared at the festival in Avignon
Glenn Spearman (February 14, 1947 – October 8, 1998) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He was specifically associated with free jazz and experimental music. Spearman was active in Oakland, California from the late 1960s, but moved to Paris in 1972, where he co-founded an ensemble called Emergency with the bassist Bob Reid. This group recorded two albums, performed on radio and television in France, and appeared at the festival in Avignon. He spent time as an artist-in-residence in Rotterdam and touring through Europe before returning to the United States in 1983.
Tenor saxophonist Glenn Spearman's sound was rooted in '60s and '70s free jazz, and he was a central figure of the new jazz scene of California's Bay Area. He first got involved in the avant-garde music scene in the Oakland area in the late '60s. In 1972, he went to Paris, where he founded his grou. . Spearman was active in Oakland, California from the late 1960s, but moved to Paris in 1972, where he founded an ensemble called Emergency. This group recorded several albums on Brain Records in the 1970s, performed on radio and television in France, and appeared at the festival in Avignon. Free Worlds (Black Saint, 1994). The Fields (Black Saint, 1996).
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Long Forward Pasts
Written-By – Robinson*, Spearman*, Ellis*, Plimley*
|3||Fields Before The Ram||12:26|
Acoustic Guitar – Dhyani Dharma MasEngineer – Mark KeatonSynthesizer – John Baker Tabla – Tim WitterVoice – Shafqat Ali Khan, Ustad Salamat Ali KhanWritten-By – Traditional
|5||The Skin She Bears
Engineer – Myles BoisenWritten-By – Paul*, Robinson*, Spearman*, Routhier*
|7||Pipes, Spirit & Bronze||5:53|
- Recorded At – Mobius Music
- Recorded At – Sharkbite Studios
- Recorded At – Guerilla Euphonics
- Mastered At – Disctronics, Tribiano, Milano
- Manufactured By – Disctronics, Tribiano, Milano
- Distributed By – IREC Milano
- Alto Saxophone – Marco Eneidi (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 8)
- Design – Don Paul, Dub Runnerz
- Double Bass – Lisle Ellis (tracks: 1 to 3, 6 to 8)
- Drums – Donald Robinson (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 8)
- Electric Guitar – J.R. Routhier* (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8)
- Engineer – Oliver DeCicco* (tracks: 1 to 3, 6 to 8)
- Executive-Producer – Flavio Bonandrini
- Mastered By – Aldo Borrelli
- Photography By – Eleanor Lindgren
- Piano – Paul Plimley (tracks: 2, 7)
- Producer – Don Paul
- Tenor Saxophone – Glenn Spearman
- Trumpet – Raphe Malik (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 8)
- Written-By – Spearman* (tracks: 1, 3, 6 to 8)
NotesRecorded on May 1994 at Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (1,3,6,8)
Recorded on June 1994 at Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (2,7)
Recorded on June 1995 at Sharkbite Studio, Oakland, CA
Recorded on December 1994 at Guerilla Euphonics, Oakland, CA
Mastered at Disctronics, Tribiano Milano.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 27312 02072 4
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): S 120207-2 01 DISCTRONICS
- Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L502
- Other (On disc): Manufactured in Italy by Disctronics
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.