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Anthony Braxton|Five Pieces (1975)

Five Pieces (1975)

Anthony Braxton

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This out-of-print album features one of Anthony Braxton's great combos, a quartet with trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, bassist Dave Holland and drummer Barry Alstchul. Braxton (who switches between alto, clarinet, sopranino, flutes and contrabass clarinet) explores four of his diverse originals plus the standard "You Stepped Out Of A Dream." The tightness of his very alert and versatile group and the strength of the compositions make this one of Anthony Braxton's most rewarding records of the mid-1970's.
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You Stepped Out of a Dream
00:07:11

Anthony Braxton, Associated Performer, Main Artist - M.H. Brown, Composer - Gus Kahn, Composer

(P) 1975 Arista Records LLC

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G-647 (Opus 23H)
00:04:37

Anthony Braxton, Associated Performer, Composer, Main Artist

(P) 1975 Arista Records LLC

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4038-NBS (Opus 23G)
00:08:09

Anthony Braxton, Associated Performer, Composer, Main Artist

(P) 1975 Arista Records LLC

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4 8 9 M (Opus 40M)
00:17:18

Anthony Braxton, Associated Performer, Composer, Main Artist

(P) 1975 Arista Records LLC

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BOR----H (Opus 23E)
00:03:23

Anthony Braxton, Associated Performer, Composer, Main Artist

(P) 1975 Arista Records LLC

Album Description

This out-of-print album features one of Anthony Braxton's great combos, a quartet with trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, bassist Dave Holland and drummer Barry Alstchul. Braxton (who switches between alto, clarinet, sopranino, flutes and contrabass clarinet) explores four of his diverse originals plus the standard "You Stepped Out Of A Dream." The tightness of his very alert and versatile group and the strength of the compositions make this one of Anthony Braxton's most rewarding records of the mid-1970's.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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