Globe Unity - Improvisations download album
Album · 1978 · 4 Songs. Improvisations 1-4 Globe Unity.
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The Globe Unity Orchestra was - intermittently between 1966 and the late 1980s - a truly remarkable thing: a big, big band playing free music. The form of most of the group's workouts will be familiar to anyone who's heard John Coltrane's landmark 1965 album Ascension.
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Globe Unity’s Compositions makes a natural partner to Improvisations, also released on JAPO. This is the last of the collective’s three albums for ECM’s sister label, and ends a sporadic tenure with colorful tapestries of internally composed pieces. What makes this album such an archival treasure its early glimpse into the compositional careers of trumpeters Kenny Wheeler, Enrico Rava, and Manfred Schoof. Nodagoo is quintessentially Wheelerian, opening with a solemn tuba before erupting into a late-night free jazz masterstroke spearheaded by Evan Parker on tenor.
That, "Globe Unity 40 Years" and the Lacy piece make up the bulk of this album and contain some wonderful individual features. An improvising ensemble is only as strong as its component players and they are only as good as their communication and rapport. It's unheard of for an avant-garde ensemble to put out a Greatest Hits album and that was most likely not the intent of 40 Years. After the release of Globe Unity 2002 (Intakt, 2992), GUO has been getting far more work than would be expected for an international experimental large group. Playing so near to its 40th anniversary, it is not surprising that Schlippenbach, who just turned 70 in April 2008, would be somewhat nostalgic.
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Peter Brötzmann
- Bass – Buschi Niebergall
- Bass Clarinet – Michel Pilz
- Bass, Tuba – Peter Kowald
- Cello – Tristan Honsinger
- Drums – Paul Lovens
- Engineer – Martin Wieland
- Guitar – Derek Bailey
- Piano – Alexander von Schlippenbach
- Producer – Thomas Stöwsand
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Evan Parker
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Gerd Dudek
- Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff, Günter Christmann, Paul Rutherford
- Trumpet – Kenny Wheeler, Manfred Schoof
NotesRecorded September 1977, Tonstudio, Bauer/Ludwigsburg.
|JAPO 60021, JAPO 60021 ST, 2360 021||Globe Unity*||Improvisations (LP, Album)||Japo Records, Japo Records, Japo Records||JAPO 60021, JAPO 60021 ST, 2360 021||Germany||1978|
|UCCU-9020, JAPO 60021||Globe Unity*||Improvisations (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||JAPO Records, JAPO Records||UCCU-9020, JAPO 60021||Japan||2003|
|PAP-9191||Globe Unity*||Improvisations (LP, Album, Promo)||Trio Records||PAP-9191||Japan||1978|