Here is Marion Brown in a solo performance. This is in a lyrical, pensive, thoughtful mood, just the alto sax and nothing else. It goes to show that there was a side to Marion Brown which I find enthralling and captivating. While he was a part of the "fire music" through his ESP albums, his collaborations with Coltrane and Shepp in the 60s, there was another side, beautifully captured here. And, I think, somewhat fitting as a piece of remembrance in view of his recent passing away. Sit down, lean back and let the thoughts wander to the music of Marion Brown.
Marion Brown solo
18 April 1985
"The Joint", WBRS-FM
Winer Wing, USDAN Student Center
No titles here, but I'm sure listeners will recognise several in the course of the two sets, close to 70 minutes in all. This was up on the Dime network, so thanks to those who recorded/uploaded and seeded.