Recorded on August 10th, 1970 at the Sound Ideas Studio, New York City. Top O'Lin (An instrument that Marion Brown made by attaching tops of cooking pots to a board. It's played with a violin bow, or struck. Rights Society: GEMA. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
Afternoon of a Georgia Faun. The first, the title track, is a wonderful, percussive evocation of pastoral Georgia, something along the lines of what the Art Ensemble of Chicago were doing around the same time, but without the satire and with a greater sense of serenity. As the flutes, reeds, voice, and piano enter, there is no idea of "soloing"; instead, each contributes to the ongoing, evolving texture of the piece, creating a fabric that's as cohesive as it is unplanned.
Tracklist: 1. Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun, 2. Djinji’s Corner. More albums from Marion Brown: Gesprächsfetzen by Marion Brown. Vista by Marion Brown. Three For Shepp by Marion Brown. Marion Brown In Sommerhausen by Marion Brown. Porto Novo by Marion Brown. Zenzile Featuring Marion Brown by Marion Brown. Passion Flower by Marion Brown. 79118 Live by Marion Brown.
Album · 1970 · 2 Songs. Afternoon of a Georgia Faun. Marion Brown, Anthony Braxton, Chick Corea, Andrew Cyrille, Jeanne Lee & Bennie Maupin.
Afternoon of a Georgia Faun is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by MARION BROWN released in 1970 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A Afternoon of a Georgia Faun 17:00 B Djinji's Corner 18:04.
Artist: Marion Brown Album: Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun Genre: Avant-Garde, Free Jazz Label: ECM Released: 1970 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (17:05). Djinji's Corner (18:03). 2, Dynamic Range Meter . 1 log date: 2014-08-02 14:23:15 -. Analyzed: Marion Brown, Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun -. DR Peak RMS Duration Track -. DR16 -. 3 dB -2. 0 dB 17:05 01-Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun DR14 -. 8 dB -1. 4 dB 18:03 02-Djinji's Corner -. Number of tracks: 2 Official DR value: DR15. Samplerate: 44100 Hz Channels: 2 Bits per sample: 16 Bitrate: 875 kbps Codec: FLAC .
Marion Brown: Afternoon of a Georgia Faun (1970). Richard Davis: The Philosophy of the Spiritual (1971). Rolf Kühn Jazzgroup: Going to the Rainbow (1971). John Surman: Conflagration (1971). Elvin Jones: Merry-Go-Round (1972). Airto Moreira: Free (1972). Anthony Braxton: The Complete Braxton (1973). Overview (current section).
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|ECM 1004 ST||Marion Brown||Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (LP, Album)||ECM Records||ECM 1004 ST||Germany||1970|
|ECM 1004||Marion Brown||Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (LP, Album)||ECM Records||ECM 1004||US||1970|
|ECM 1004, ECM 1004 ST, 2301 004||Marion Brown||Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (LP, Album, RP)||ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 1004, ECM 1004 ST, 2301 004||Germany||Unknown|
|ECM 1004, 527 710-2||Marion Brown||Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (CD, Album, RE)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 1004, 527 710-2||Germany||Unknown|
|CF 1004, 3100 302||Marion Brown||Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (Cass, Album)||ECM Records, Polydor||CF 1004, 3100 302||Germany||1970|