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Creative Improvisation Ensemble captures the meeting of two avant-garde giants, Marion Brown and Wadada Leo Smith, on May 12, 1970 in Paris, France. The session finds Brown and Smith on their primary instruments, alto saxophone and trumpet respectively, with both musicians performing various percussion instruments as well. The release marks the latest edition of Org Musicís Freedom Records reissues series, mastered for vinyl by Dave Gardner and pressed at Pallas Group on transparent red audiophile-grade vinyl. †The album has not been pressed on vinyl since its original release in 1975.

Centering
Njung-Lumumba Malcolm
And Then They Danced
Rhythmus #1

Creative Improvisation Ensemble captures the meeting of two avant-garde giants, Marion Brown and Wadada Leo Smith, on May 12, 1970 in Paris, France. The session finds Brown and Smith on their primary instruments, alto saxophone and trumpet respectively, with both musicians performing various percussion instruments as well. The release marks the latest edition of Org Musicís Freedom Records reissues series, mastered for vinyl by Dave Gardner and pressed at Pallas Group on transparent red audiophile-grade vinyl. †The album has not been pressed on vinyl since its original release in 1975.

Centering
Njung-Lumumba Malcolm
And Then They Danced
Rhythmus #1

711574936410

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ORG Music
Rel. Date: 11/24/2023
UPC: 711574936410

Creative Improvisation Ensemble [RSD Black Friday 2023]
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Centering
2. Njung-Lumumba Malcolm
3. And Then They Danced
4. Rhythmus #1

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Creative Improvisation Ensemble captures the meeting of two avant-garde giants, Marion Brown and Wadada Leo Smith, on May 12, 1970 in Paris, France. The session finds Brown and Smith on their primary instruments, alto saxophone and trumpet respectively, with both musicians performing various percussion instruments as well. The release marks the latest edition of Org Musicís Freedom Records reissues series, mastered for vinyl by Dave Gardner and pressed at Pallas Group on transparent red audiophile-grade vinyl. †The album has not been pressed on vinyl since its original release in 1975.

Centering
Njung-Lumumba Malcolm
And Then They Danced
Rhythmus #1

        
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