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Free For a Minute (1965/72)

Free For a Minute (1965/72) by Steve Lacy buy album

Steve Lacy

Label: Emanem
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

Shuffle Boil; Barble; Chary; Tune 2; Pannonica; M's Transport; Coming on the Hudson; There We Were; Generous 1; Cue 15 part 2; Cue 16 unannounced; Cue 17 Lisa in the Air; undecipherable jump; Cue 23 Lisa Lies on Bed; Cue 24 Jump montage; Cue 25 Jump montage continues; Cue 29 Dinner; Cue 30 End of Lisa's First Jump; unannounced cue; Cue 7 Bedroom part 3; Cue 9 Frank Fellows; Cue 12 Death Scene; Sortie; Black Elk; Helmy; Fork New York; Living T Blues; 2-Fou; The Rush; The Thing part 1; The Thing part 2.

Personnel

Steve Lacy
Steve Lacy

saxophone, soprano

Additional Personnel / Information

Steve Lacy: soprano saxophone; Kent Carter: double bass; Aldo Romano: drum set (1-9, 23-28); Enrico Rava: trumpet (10-28); Karl Berger: vibraphone, piano (10-22); Paul Motian: drum set (10-22); Steve Potts: alto saxophone (29-31); Irene Aebi: cello (29-31); Noel McGhie: drum set (29-31).


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