23 September 2011

Archie Shepp Quintet - Live in Rome '81


Heterogeneous line-up led by Shepp (the French pianist
A.Jean-Marie replaces the announced M.Waldron while
L.Parsons member of the Kalaparusha group is on trumpet)
for a concert of good/medium level.

Rec. live at "Teatro Olimpico", Rome, Italy, on February 3,
1981 (mix recording)

Archie Shepp,tenor & soprano saxes,piano,flute
Longineu Parsons,trumpet
Alain Jean-Marie,piano
Santi Wilson Debriano,bass
John Betsch,drums

1. U-Jamaa [A.Shepp] (10:46)
2. You Don't Know What Love Is [G. de Paul] (16:59)
3. There Is No Greater Love [I.Jones] (12:01)
4. Piano Solo (02:54)
5. Unknown (09:37)
6. Lush Life [B.Strayhorn] (14:07)
7. Well You Needn't [T.Monk] (14:10)
8. 'Round Midnight [T.Monk] (15:08)
9. Giant Steps [J.Coltrane] (13:54)

Total Time 1:49:41

No Greater Love

4 comments:

riccardo said...

mp3 (244 MB)

flac (581 MB) part1 part2

trane said...

Well, although Jean-Marie can't possibly make up for Waldron's absence, its still Shepp, thanks

sasha said...

Interesting looking line-up of tunes here..Of course we all know how Shepp moved his focus almost exclusively back to standard material..Still makes you wonder what the other efant terribles from the October revolution made of it? Somehow can't imagine Cecil Taylor, Bill dixon et al being so enamoured of the Cole Porter songbook etc.

Anonymous said...

While both the pianist and the trumpet player are unknown to me, I look forward to hearing this concert. After all: any Shepp is better than no Shepp! Many thanks for the posting.

-Brian