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Cloudy - Steve Lacy - Stabs / Solo In Berlin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Find Steve Lacy discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Steve Lacy discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Soprano saxophonist worked in a variety of settings and as a solo improviser, ranges from the traditional to the avant garde. Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Soprano Sax: Original Jazz Classics.
  2. Stamps, an Album by Steve Lacy. Released in on Hat Hut (catalog no. K/L; Vinyl LP). Genres: Free Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz. Featured peformers: Steve Lacy (soprano saxophone, whistle, composer), Steve Potts (alto saxophone, soprano saxophone), Irène Aebi (cello, violin, bells, vocals), Kent Carter (bass), Oliver Johnson (drums), Werner X. Uehlinger (producer), Pia Uehlinger (producer).
  3. Steve Lacy and his quintet are well featured on this double LP which documents two appearances at European festivals. In addition to the soprano/leader, altoist Steve Potts has long been a commanding improviser in his own right and offers a constrasting yet complementary solo voice. Bassist Kent Carter and drummer Oliver Johnson are always alert during this complex music (seven Lacy scalar.
  4. Artist Release Name zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.xyzinfo Label Format Year Country; Steve Lacy Quintet: Mal Waldron With The Steve Lacy Quintet: 30 AM America Records: LP, Album,,
  5. Originally opened in as a cinema in the Potsdamer Straße 96 in Berlin the venue was used for concerts from to , run by Manfred Sass. Currently the location is .
  6. Globe Unity - 40 Years counts as something of a retrospective, and quite nearly a "greatest hits" album. There are two tunes from the classic FMP dates, one tune each from saxophonist Steve Lacy and trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, and "The Forge" from their brief Japo sojourn.
  7. A massive double-length set from saxophonist Steve Lacy – and maybe one of the strongest 70s statements from his legendary European quintet! The album features two different live performances – each of which open up in the brilliant freedoms allowed by the European scene since the end of the 60s, but restructured by Lacy in that fantastic energy he shared with Steve Potts on alto.

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