Bley, Paul: Paul Bley Synthesizer Show

Bley, Paul SKU: 33239002
Bley, Paul: Paul Bley Synthesizer Show

Bley, Paul: Paul Bley Synthesizer Show

Bley, Paul SKU: 33239002

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Paul Bley Synthesizer Show
Artist: Bley, Paul
Label: Bamboo
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 4752817702016
Genre: Jazz

Bamboo present the first ever reissue of Paul Bley's The Paul Bley Synthesizer Show, originally released in 1971. This stunning album was recorded over three sessions in New York City on December 9th, 1970, January 21st, 1971, and March 9th, 1971. The Paul Bley Synthesizer Show produces new songs and tough translations of previous works from Mr. Joy while joining the likes of other seminal works in 1972's Dual Unity (BAM 7018CD/LP), 1971's Improvisie (BAM 7019CD/LP), and Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show's Revenge: The Greater The Love, The Bigger The Hate (1971). Featuring the songs of Annette Peacock, this collection sets another milestone in the abstract, free jazz spectrum and joins the above trilogy in celebrating an innovative and iconic figure. A classic piece of Paul Bley's work with synthesized free jazz in the 1970s - an essential release for fans of free jazz, fusion, and progressive music. Includes liners with interviews, background notes, and rare archival photos. CD version comes with a full-color 12-page booklet.

Tracks:
1.1 Mr. Joy
1.2 The Archangel
1.3 Nothing Ever Was, Anyway
1.4 Gary
1.5 Snakes
1.6 Parks
1.7 Circles
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