Label: P-Vine Records - PCD-20038,Theresa Records - PCD-20038 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop
· Pharoah Sanders Composed By, Arranged By, Producer, Tenor Saxophone. Walter Booker Bass. B. Kazuko Ishida Coordinator. Melvyn Ettrick Design. Idris Muhammad Drums. Doug Reid Engineer. Peter B. Adams Engineer. Mark Needham Engineer. Allen Pittman Liner Notes, Producer/5(68).
Regardless of this album’s title, Live At The East is not actually live at the East. The East ‘a cultural and educational center for people of African descent’ was based in Brooklyn and existed from the late ‘60s through to the ‘80s. Pharoah Saunders was very influenced by the center and dedicated one of his Impulse! recordings to it/5(91).
· 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."/10(20).
tumblr. By Pharoah Sanders ' playing essentially alternated between two moods: ferocious and peaceful. This live record gives one a good example of how the passionate tenor sounded in clubs during the early '70s. Sanders is joined by an impressive group of players: trumpeter Marvin "Hannibal" Peterson, flutist Carlos Garnett, Harold Vick on tenor, pianist Joe Bonner, the basses of Stanley .
Live At Antibes Jazz Festival, Juan-Les-Pins, July 21st, (LP) Pharoah Sanders.
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