Giuseppi Logan | Quartet

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Quartet

by Giuseppi Logan

Giuseppi Logan chose companions Don Pullen and Milford Graves and Eddie Gomez for this session, which is rich in imagination, and added to the dimension of musicians who would become the roster of ESP-Disk.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Tabla Suite
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2. Dance of Satan
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6:19 album only
3. Dialogue
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4. Taneous
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5. Bleeker Partita
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\"One of the most uncompromisingly \'out\' free jazz records of its time\" -Stewart Mason / All Music Guide

On November 11th, 1964, Giuseppi Logan went to Bell Sound Studios to record his first album for the newly formed ESP-Disk label. Bernard Stollman had discovered Giuseppi and others who would form the nucleus of his label at the October Revolution Concert of 1964. For the recording, Giuseppi chose friends and fellow music companions Don Pullen and Milford Graves, and added bassist extraordinaire Eddie Gomez.

The session is rich with imagination, and added to the dimension of musicians who would become the roster of ESP-Disk.

Research and accurate session date information and analog tape transfer by Michael D. Anderson.
Digitally remastered
Comes in a new Digipak Format


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