Giorgio Buratti-(J.Byard, D.Richmond, B.Jones,E.Preston) A smooth day ...-Durium lp, MS A 77268-1971
An unexpectedly intense foray into total improvisation, rather similar in substance and perhaps inspired by Mingus's 1961 free-cut up Collaged piece 'Passions of a man' , similarly alternating rambunctious, abrupt explosive polytonal gospel romps with elided pointillistic textural abstraction.. .
....besides which the fun being had by all involved is palpable and infectious...and very clearly audible..almost relentlessly so!
Amazing !.. what a joy to hear the great Jaki Byard in completely free mode for an entire record , his contribution is outrageously fluid ..and certainly among the busiest and most genuinely interactive i've ever heard him..
Not much info to be gleaned online about this particular session,
Here's a link to Buratti's website
Buratti made a string of interesting experimental albums from the late 60's to the mid 70's , some of which don't easily fit into genre classifications,one of those" Explosions "can still be found here, see the last comment by al66
PS.. this was a garage sale find years ago , the record is pockmarked with tiny indentations ... not a great copy .. to be sure.!.