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Alliance Steve Reid - Live at the South Bank - 88389 by Alliance

Item description: This Books and Media CDs and Vinyl product is by Alliance - Release Date:11/15/2011;Notes:Double vinyl LP pressing of this 2011 release. The late Steve Reid, veteran Jazz drummer and percussionist, and Kieran Hebden (Four Tet), the British electronic musician/producer young enough to be his grandson, present the fifth and final installment of their momentous synergy. The music on this double CD was recorded in concert on 20 June 2009 in the foyer of the Queen Elizabeth Hall at London's Southbank Centre, as part of the Meltdown Festival curated by Free Jazz legend Ornette Coleman. For this marathon workout, Reid and Hebden were joined by Swedish power saxophonist Mats Gustafsson, whose fiery blowing style had inspired Kieran to seek out a drummer like Steve to work with in the first place. Live at the South Bank stands as a memorial to a thrilling and productive partnership sadly cut off in it's prime.;Track List:1. Morning Prayer;2. Lyman Place;3. People Be Happy;4. Untitled;5. 25th Street;6. The Sun Never Sets... Learn More

Manufacturer: Alliance

Keywords: Alliance, Rock Vinyl P-S

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