Affonso Zaid (Part One) - Archie Shepp - Theres A Trumpet In My Soul (Vinyl problem for me. Try again. I always loved the young Shepp, and even in this last period I found fascinating in his elegant blues, but this album is great.
I went once to hear your favorites, and Blue in Green is the best for me, and I felt deep emotion listening this version of Alone Together, that reminds me that of Chet Baker with Bill Evans on piano and Pepper Adams on baritone sax I've avoided Shepp from this Album), especially the ones in this series with those awful covers.
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Namespaces Category Talk. In a nutshell, this recording is a treasure. Tenor sax legend Archie Shepp is joined by one of his favorite collaborators, pianist Horace Parlan, in an terrific set of classic jazz ballads, plus two well-chosen Shepp compositions. Tracks: 1. Little Girl Blue 2. He delivered a heartfelt mix of old favorites—standards; Ellington, Monk, and Coltrane originals—singing in his bluesy baritone at Zaid (Part One) - Archie Shepp - Theres A Trumpet In My Soul (Vinyl, and blowing brief LP, the rich emotion propelled as much by the spaces in his statements as in the expressive lines he chose.
JazzTimes : Before we jump into anything historical, can you tell us about what we can expect musically this evening? Archie Shepp: Well, I never know what you can expect. I like to add the element of the theater to music performance. Goddard is a little like Reed [College, in Portland]. When I started college I had only thought of recordings as musical events.
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