|Title:||The Willisau Concert|
|Style:||Free Jazz, Free Improvisation|
|Other format:||MP4 DXD VQF FLAC AA MPC AUD|
Recorded at the Mohren Hotel in Willisau. October 11th, 1975 Concert organized by Nikolaus Troxler. Comes in a very complex tripple folding cardboard cover. later released under same cat. nr. with differnet (usual hat Hut) cover. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
The Willisau Concert is a live album by t and composer Joe McPhee, recorded in 1975 it was the second album released on the Swiss HatHut label. All compositions by Joe McPhee. Bahamian Folksong" - 16:20. Joe McPhee - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone. Makaya Ntshoko - drums.
Joe McPhee (born November 3, 1939) is an American jazz t born in Miami, Florida, a player of tenor, alto, and soprano saxophone, the trumpet, flugelhorn and valve trombone. McPhee grew up in Poughkeepsie, New York, and is most notable for his free jazz work done from the late 1960s to the present day. Contents. The Willisau Concert (HatHut, 1976) featuring John Snyder and Makaya Ntshoko. Tenor (HatHut, 1977) – rereleased as Tenor & Fallen Angels in 2000. Rotation (HatHut, 1976 ).
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The Willisau Concert.
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Title: The Willisau Concert. Style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation. Recorded at the Mohren Hotel in Willisau.
Discography of Joe McPhee. Pieces Of Light (With Chris Snyder) (Vinyl). Trinity (With Mike Kull & Joe Mcphee) (Vinyl).