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Steve Lacy with Don Cherry - Evidence (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Steve Lacy's early records are all pretty darn great, but this album's a really special gem – a rare pairing with trumpeter Don Cherry, and an album with an incredibly haunting sound!Brand: New Jazz/Prestige (Label).
  2. Jul 08,  · From "Steve Lacy with Don Cherry ‎- Evidence" [ New Jazz - NJLP (LP) US ] Personnel: Soprano Saxophone -- Steve Lacy Trumpet -- Don Cherry Bass -- Carl Brown Drums -- .
  3. Artist: Steve Lacy, Don Cherry Genre: Jazz Release Date: 07/06/ Label: Modern Silence Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note.
  4. LP, Vinyl record album. Don Cherry & Friends Baden Baden Free Jazz Meeting – December Masahiko Togashi, Steve Lacy, Don Cherry, & Dave Holland Live At Yubin Chokin Kaikan Hall, Tokyo – May 14, Evidence/High Jazz (Switzerland), New Copy (reissue).
  5. A massive double-length set from saxophonist Steve Lacy – and maybe one of the strongest 70s statements from his legendary European quintet! The album features two different live performances – each of which open up in the brilliant freedoms allowed by the European scene since the end of the 60s, but restructured by Lacy in that fantastic energy he shared with Steve Potts on alto, Irene.
  6. Evidence is the fourth album by Steve Lacy and was released on the New Jazz label in It features performances of four tunes written by Thelonious Monk and two from Duke Ellington by Lacy, Don Cherry, Carl Brown and Billy Higgins.
  7. Label: New Jazz - NJLP ,New Jazz - NJ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Post Bop Steve Lacy With Don Cherry - Evidence (, Vinyl) | /5(19).
  8. Evidence, an Album by Steve Lacy. Released in on New Jazz (catalog no. NJLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop.
  9. The great soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy() inspired John Coltrane to take up the instrument and became obsessed with playing Thelonious Monk's music. This excellent but little-known album was recorded in New Jersey on November 1, with Ornette Coleman collaborators Don Cherry(trumpet) & Billy Higgins(drums) plus bassist Carl Brown/5(8).

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