Steve Lacy & Barry Wedgle | The Rendezvous

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The Rendezvous

by Steve Lacy & Barry Wedgle

Steve Lacy is the best Soprano Saxophonist that ever was
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Who Knows
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2. The Rendezvous
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3. Cancoa Do Amor Demais
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4. Whickets
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5. Blues for Aida
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6. The Cure
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7. The Crust
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8. Gallups Galop
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9. Death Notice
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10. Arties Last Song
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11. Whammies
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12. Whickets
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Steve Lacy-soprano saxophone
Barry Wedgle-guitar

Recorded at Chauve Souris Studio in Paris, France in 1994.
This combination of classical guitar and soprano saxophone has rarely been recorded and sounds like nothing you have ever heard before.
This is the culmination of Steve and Barry's longtime friendship; they met in Paris and have played together on many occasions,
notably with pianist Mal Waldron. A collection of compositions by Steve Lacy, Barry Wedgle,
Thelonius Monk and Antonio Carlos Jobim, this is an essential disc for any jazz aficionado's collection.

Cover art by B. Wedgle


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