NEW YORK CONTEMPORARY FIVE - LIVE AT KONCERTSAL, COPENHAGEN, 17.10.1963

NEW YORK CONTEMPORARY FIVE - LIVE AT KONCERTSAL, COPENHAGEN, 17.10.1963

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: ALTERNATIVE FOX

Release date: 08/07/2019

Barcode: 5060672883122

Catalog no.: FOX0000012

Item ID: 481434

The short-lived quintet known as the New York Contemporary Five had a lasting impact on the free jazz movement. It was formed in 1962 with trumpeter Don Cherry, who had been working with free jazz pioneer Ornette Coleman; tenor saxophonist Archie Shepp, who'd been working with Cecil Taylor, Gil Evans and more recently, Bill Dixon; Danish alto saxophonist John Tchicai (whose father was Congolese), a former member of the quintet
assembled by the poet and filmmaker Jorgen Leth, who moved to New York shortly before the Contemporary Five's formation; acoustic bassist Don Moore, who had played with Shepp and Dixon; and drummer JC Moses, who had played with Clifford Jordan and trumpeter Kenny Dorham. This rare performance, given at Copenhagen's Koncertsal on 17 October 1963, has epically-extended cuts of Don Cherry's 'Consequences' and Ornette Coleman's 'Emotions,' plus a peppy take of Thelonious Monk's 'Monk's Mood.'

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