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Archie Shepp (born May 24, 1937) is an American jazz saxophonist. Shepp was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He studied piano, clarinet, and alto saxophone before focusing on tenor saxophone. He occasionally plays soprano saxophone and piano. He studied drama at Goddard College from 1955 to 1959. He played in a Latin jazz band for a short time before joining the band of avant-garde pianist Cecil Taylor.
Archie Shepp, The New York Contemporary Five. The New York Contemporary Five. Archie Shepp, Chet Baker Quintet. Max Roach & Archie Shepp. Jazz At Radio Rai: Archie Shepp Live. 2014 Via Asiago 10. The New York Contemporary Five, 1963. 1 Jazz Album Ever! сборник.
Bass – Jimmy Garrison Drums – Beaver Harris Saxophone – Archie Shepp Trombone – Grachan Moncur, Roswell Rudd. SABA – SB 15 148(Germany). Recorded live at the "Donaueschingen Musiktage 1967", October 21st, 1967. Re-released on vinyl by Polydor as "One For Train" and as "The Indomitable" (MPS Records – 5C 064-61177, Germany, 1978). Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Archie Shepp chronology. Attica Blues Big Band (1979)Attica Blues Big Band1979. Trouble in Mind (1980). Trouble in Mind is a studio album by American jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp and pianist Horace Parlan, featuring performances recorded in 1980 and released on the Danish-based SteepleChase label. The album consists mainly of early and traditional blues and follows up to their 1977 album of duets on spirituals Goin' Home.
Archie Shepp And The New York Contemporary Five. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This set is under Archie Shepp's name in hopes that it would sell more through name recognition than for the quality of music. The musicians,besides Shepp on tenor sax consist of Don Cherry-cornet,John Tchicai-alto sax,Don Moore-bass,and . The music recorded by this group is much more important than a lot of people realize. Their is a slight feel of Ornette Coleman flowing around this music,and not just because of Cherry's presence.
|A||One For The Trane, Part I||22:00|
|B||One For The Trane, Part II||21:45|
- Marketed By – Planeta-Agostini
- Bass – Jimmy Garrison
- Drums – Beaver Harris
- Engineer – Rolf Donner
- Producer – Joachim E. Berendt*
- Technician [Recording Director] – Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer
- Tenor Saxophone, Written-By – Archie Shepp
- Trombone – Grachan Moncur*, Roswell Rudd
NotesRecorded live at the "Donaueschingen Musiktage 1967", October 21st, 1967.
|SB 15 148 ST, 15 148 ST||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album)||SABA, SABA||SB 15 148 ST, 15 148 ST||Germany||1967|
|UPS-2108-P||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album)||MPS Records||UPS-2108-P||Japan||1979|
|ULX-47-P||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album)||BASF, MPS Records||ULX-47-P||Japan||1970|
|20651, B0016185-01||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||MPS Records, BASF, Universal Music Special Markets||20651, B0016185-01||US||2011|
|20651||Archie Shepp||Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (LP)||MPS Records, BASF||20651||US||1972|