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Blues For Shepp

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  1. Attica Blues is an album by avant-garde jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp. Originally released in on the Impulse! label, the album title is a reference to the Attica Prison riots. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(2).
  2. Refining his large-ensemble experiments of , Attica Blues is one of Archie Shepp's most significant post-'60s statements, recorded just several months after authorities ended the Attica prison uprising by massacring 43 inmates and hostages. Perhaps because Shepp's musical interests were changing, Attica Blues isn't the all-out blast of rage one might expect; instead, it's a richly arranged Price: $
  3. Four for Trane is a studio album by Archie Shepp released on Impulse! Records in Four of the five tracks are reworkings of pieces originally recorded on John Coltrane 's Giant Steps and Coltrane Plays the Blues, rearranged by Shepp and Roswell Rudd. Coltrane himself co-produced the album alongside Bob Thiele.
  4. Check out Archie Shepp on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Skip to main content. Try Prime Attica Blues SHEPP,ARCHIE. Attica Blues SHEPP,ARCHIE. CD: $ Fire Music [LP] Archie Shepp. Vinyl: $ French Ballads Shepp, Archie Quartet.
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  6. Sep 26,  · Archie Shepp - Attica Blues () Refining his large-ensemble experiments of , "Attica Blues" is one of Archie Shepp's most significant post-'60s statements, recorded just several months after authorities ended the Attica prison uprising by massacring 43 inmates and hostages.
  7. Feb 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Archie Shepp - Blues For Brother George YouTube; Wes Montgomery live - Duration: Terminal Passage , views. Heart.
  8. The 60s albums are GREAT but "Attica Blues" breaks all the rules and lays down a new standard. Who needs rules when you got the "Attica Blues". This is a sure fire classic and a brilliant concept album bringing to the musical audience the injustices during and after the Attica jail riot, the music from this album and the historical events.
  9. May 18,  · Archie Shepp reminisces about auditioning for Lee Morgan, John Coltrane’s dislike of socks, and a Wild West-style confrontation with Miles Davis Specific to your time period, bebop and jump blues and R&B were all happening at the same time, and I remember you speaking of how Lee Morgan looked upon you at the very beginning.

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