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Crepuscule With Nellie - New York Contemporary Five* - Consequences (CD, Album)

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  1. Akizuru
    Recorded in New York City on August 23, except "Trio" recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 12, Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 4 /5(4).
  2. Tarisar
    Crepuscule With Nellie Composed By – T. Monk* B3: Trio Composed By – B. Dixon* The New York Contemporary Five: Consequences ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Cool Music (3) Europe: Sell This Version: J, ZY: New York Contemporary Five* Consequences /5(12).
  3. Tadal
    Crepuscule With Nellie Composed By – T. Monk* B3: Trio Composed By – B. Dixon* The New York Contemporary Five: Consequences ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Cool Music (3) Europe: Sell This Version: OI The New York Contemporary Five: Consequences /5(9).
  4. Moogusar
    Crepuscule With Nellie Composed By – T. Monk* B3: Trio Composed By – B. Dixon* New York Contemporary Five* Consequences Sell This Version: The New York Contemporary Five: Consequences ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Cool Music (3) Europe: Sell This Version: J, ZY: New York /5(5).
  5. Zulkihn
    8 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about New York Contemporary Five* - /5(39).
  6. Meztisho
    Jun 27,  · This reissue of the New York Contemporary Five recordings from can't help but draw one's attention to the social unrest occurring in America in In the riots in Harlem and Philadelphia over police brutality were followed by similar riots a .
  7. Meztizshura
    The New York Contemporary Five marked a relatively brief chapter in Archie Shepp's career; they existed for barely two years and played almost exclusively in Europe. Today, the group is recognized as an important stepping stone in the mainstream of the emerging free movement of the early '60s, when Shepp had yet to claim his place alongside /5(3).
  8. Kenris
    The album was originally released on the Sonet label in as New York Contemporary 5 in two separate volumes on LP and later as an edited concert on a single CD, removing the track "Cisum." less.
  9. Tygot
    This historically significant LP has six selections recorded by the New York Contemporary Five on November 11, The short-lived group, which consists of cornetist Don Cherry, altoist John Tchicai, Archie Shepp on tenor, bassist Don Moore, and drummer J.C. Moses, was avant-garde for the period, influenced most by Ornette Coleman 's Quartet; the participation of Coleman 's cornetist certainly helped.

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