sábado, 21 de agosto de 2010

Pharoah Sanders - Live... (1981)

This album features Pharoah Sanders playing some no-nonsense tenor in a quartet with pianist John Hicks, bassist Walter Booker, and drummer Idris Muhammad. Sanders performs "It's Easy to Remember" (in a style very reminiscent of early-'60s John Coltrane), an original blues, and two of his compositions, including the passionate "You've Got to Have Freedom." The musicianship is at a high level and, although Sanders does not shriek as much as one might hope (the Trane-ish influence was particularly strong during this relatively mellow period), he is in fine form.
by Scott Yanow in All Music Guide

Progressive Jazz

01 - You've Got to Have Freedom (14:17)
02 - It's Easy to Remember (06:51)
03 - Blues For Santa Cruz (08:39)
04 - Pharomba (13:26)
05 - Doktor Pitt (21:34)

Pharoah Sanders - Tenor sax
John Hicks - Piano
Walter Booker - Bass
Idris Muhammad - Drums

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