Steve Lacy - Epistrophy flac album
|A2||Ruby My Dear||4:23|
|B3||Friday The Thirteenth||5:47|
- Printed By – I.D.N.
- Bass – Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark*
- Design [Cover] – Claude Romain
- Drums – Aldo Romano
- Engineer – Charles B. Raucher*
- Executive-Producer – Jean-Louis Ginibre
- Photography By [Photo], Coordinator [Coordination] – Jacques Bisceglia
- Piano – Michel Graillier (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B3)
- Producer – Jean Georgakarakos, Jean-Luc Young
- Sleeve Notes – Philippe Carles
- Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy
- Written-By – Thelonious Monk
NotesRecorded in Paris, September 23, 1969
|AFF 43||Steve Lacy||Plays Monk (LP, Album, RE)||Affinity||AFF 43||UK||1979|
|GET 2023||Steve Lacy||Plays Monk (LP, Album, RE)||Get Back||GET 2023||Italy||2003|
|L6 362||Steve Lacy||Steve Lacy Plays Monk (LP, Album, RE)||Affinity||L6 362||Spain||1982|
|YX-2015||Steve Lacy||Epistrophy (LP, Album, RE)||BYG Records||YX-2015||Japan||1975|
|AFF 43||Steve Lacy||Plays Monk (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||Affinity||AFF 43||UK||1979|
Epistrophy (Steve Lacy album). Epistrophy (also released as Steve Lacy Plays Monk) is the second album by Steve Lacy to consist entirely of tunes written by Thelonious Monk following Reflections (1958). It was released in 1969 on the French BYG label and features performances by Lacy, Michel Graillier, Jean-François Jenny Clark and Aldo Romano.
Evidence is the fourth album by Steve Lacy and was released on the New Jazz label in 1962. It features performances of four tunes written by Thelonious Monk and two from Duke Ellington by Lacy, Don Cherry, Carl Brown and Billy Higgins.
Epistrophy (Steve Lacy album). But Lacy keeps to the notion of repetition, syncopation, and melodic invention that Monk did, and the band is nearly symbiotic in its communication around and with him. The music here is a delight and a revelation all at the same time. The sound is warm and full and the transfer is solid
Steve Lacy - Epistrophy. Album: Remains, 2015. Has been played on. Russia 4.
Epistrophy (aka Plays Monk) is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by STEVE LACY released in 1969 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Thelonious 7:12 A2 Ruby My Dear 4:23 A3 Light Blue 5:57 A4 Epistrophy 2:14 B1 Epistrophy 6:46 B2 Mysterioso 3:58 B3 Friday The Thirteenth 5:47. Bass – Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark Drums – Aldo Romano Piano – Michel Graillier (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B3) Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy. BYG Records – BYG 529126 (France).
This reissue of a 1969 French date makes its very first appearance on CD and its debut as a . release some 25 years after its original issue on the BYG label as Epistrophy. Plays Monk is also the first record Lacy made after taking up residence in Paris. His band for the outing features the legendary Italian drummer Aldo Romano, the pianist Michel Graillier, and bassist Jean-François Jenny-Clark
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