|1||One For The Trane, Part II||21:45|
|2||One For The Trane, Part I||22:00|
|SB 15 148 ST, 15 148 ST||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album)||SABA, SABA||SB 15 148 ST, 15 148 ST||Germany||1967|
|UPS-2108-P||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album, RE)||MPS Records||UPS-2108-P||Japan||1979|
|ULX-47-P||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album)||BASF, MPS Records||ULX-47-P||Japan||1970|
|20651, B0016185-01||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||MPS Records, BASF, Universal Music Special Markets||20651, B0016185-01||US||2011|
|424 552-4||Archie Shepp||The Indomitable Archie Shepp (Cass, Album, RE)||MPS Records||424 552-4||Spain||1989|
Recorded live at the "Donaueschingen Musiktage 1967", October 21st, 1967.
"Mr. Shepp's performance at the Donaueschingen Music Festival was part of a 'SWF-Jazz-Session', the Jazz Concert Series of Südwestfunk Baden-Baden (South-Western German Radio and TV Network)."
Labels read "The Archie Shepp Group".
Shepp's performance at the Donaueschingen Music Festival was part of a 'SWF-Jazz-Session', the Jazz. The important tenor Archie Shepp and his 1967 group - with both Roswell Rudd and Grachan Moncur on trombones, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Beaver at the Donaueschingen Music Festival - Archie Shepp. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The important tenor. This is an exciting album. The important tenor Archie Shepp and his 1967 group - with both Roswell Rudd and Grachan Moncur on trombones, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Beaver Harris - romp through the continuous 43-and-a-half-minute One for the Trane before an enthusiastic audience at a German music festival. Songs in album Archie Shepp - Live At The Donaueschingen Music Festival 1967. Archie Shepp - One For The . Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Possibly the best example of Shepp's work in the 1960sfollowing on from Mama Too Tight and The Magic Of Juju. It has a great rhythm section, with Garrison at the peak of his powers both soloing and accompanying. and a front line of Shepp's tenor and two great trombonists. Reissue with different album cover. Dont get suckered in you may already have this. Album 1968 2 Songs. Archie Shepp. Jazz 1968. One for the Trane, Pt. I Live. II Live. Archie Shepp's solos, which are frequent are extreme and give new meaning to the title of his album, Fire Music. However, there are quieter moments with Grachan Moncur IIIone of the most overlooked jazz musicians of all times, Roswell Rudd and Jimmy Garrison. This exciting concert was recorded at the Donaueschingen Music Festival on October 21, 1967 with tenor saxophonist Archie Shepp, trombonists Roswell Rudd & Grachan Moncur III, bassist Jimmy Garrison & drummer Beaver Harris. The 43-minute continuous piece 'One For The Trane' opens with a gripping flamenco-style bass solo from Garrison and develops into a ferocious collective improvisation. Music Apps & Devices Pricing. Live at the Donaueschingen Music Festival. Archie Shepp 5 tracks Released in 1966 Jazz. Rufus Swung, His Face At Last To The Wind, Then His Neck Snapped. Listen full album. View all Archie Shepp albums. Life At The Donaueschingen Music Album Releases. Women in Music Pt