Grachan Moncur III - New Africa download album
What Grachan Moncur lacks in quantity of albums, he makes up for in quality. Worth it for the "New Africa" Suite alone, but I think "When" is the true high point. One of the finest modal bass walks you'll be lucky enough to take. The interplay of Shepp's sax and Moncur's trombone rustle around you like the sweet chill of an autumn wind. Andrew Cyrille's drums are almost crystalline. A sublime effort overall.
Complete your Grachan Moncur III collection. 2nd Movement: New Africa. 3rd Movement: Black Call. 4th Movement: Ethiopian Market.
New Africa is an album by American trombonist Grachan Moncur III recorded in 1969 and released on the BYG Actuel label in the same year.
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New Africa: Grachan Moncur III (tb), Roscoe Mitchell (as), Dave Burrell (p), Alan Silva (b), Andrew Cyrille (dm) + Archie Shepp (ts). One morning I waked up very early : Grachan Moncur III (tb), Fernando Martins (p, voc), Beb Guerin (b), Nelson Serra de Castro (dm). Paris, 10-09 + 4/11 1969. Turbobit datafile uploaded. Manhattans - Greatest Hits (1980).
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New Africa (17:30) 1st Movement: Queen Tamam 2nd Movement: New Africa 3rd Movement: Black Call 4th Movement: Ethiopian Market 02. Space Spy 6:55 03. Exploration 10:45 04. When 12:00. One of the label’s finest efforts, New Africa, belongs to the great trombonist and composer Grachan Moncur III. A big hunk of the heaviest-hitting Actuel recordings took place due to activities related to The Pan-African Music Festival in Algiers in July of ’69 and the subsequent Actuel Festival in Amougies, Belgium in October of the same year. All of New Africa’s contributors were large factors in this development, and the album sits proudly at the end of one era as it points to a new road. This LP sprang from the endless luminescence of late-Coltrane and helped to signal the way ahead.
Home Grachan Moncur III Catalog - album index, Discography - session index. Grachan Moncur III Catalog. 1963 (age 26). Grachan Moncur III - Evolution (Blue Note BLP 4153). Lee Morgan, trumpet; Grachan Moncur III, trombone; Jackie McLean, alto sax; Bobby Hutcherson, vibes; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Anthony Williams, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 21, 1963. Grachan Moncur III - New Africa (BYG (F) 52. 21). Grachan Moncur III, trombone; Roscoe Mitchell, alto sax, piccolo; Archie Shepp, tenor sax Dave Burrell, piano; Alan Silva, bass; Andrew Cyrille, drums. Studio Saravah, Paris, France, August 11, 1969. 1. New Africa: 1st Movement: Queen Tamam, 2nd Movement: New Africa, 3rd Movement: Black Call, 4th Movement: Ethiopian Market.
NotesLabels in Spanish. Outer sleeve notes in English.
|529.321||Grachan Moncur III||New Africa (LP, Album, Gat)||BYG Records||529.321||France||1969|
|529.321||Grachan Moncur III||New Africa (LP, Album, RE, 180)||BYG Records||529.321||US||Unknown|
|PIC-3520||Grachan Moncur III||African Concepts (LP, RE, TP)||Picc-A-Dilly||PIC-3520||US||1980|
|GET 321||Grachan Moncur III||New Africa (LP, Album, RE)||Get Back||GET 321||Italy||2002|
|529.321||Grachan Moncur III||New Africa (LP, Album, Gat)||BYG Records||529.321||France||Unknown|