Sonny Simmons - The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Audio recording
Title: The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings
Style: Free Jazz, Interview
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The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings (CDr, Album, Promo, RE + CDr, Album, Promo, RE + Co). ESP Disk.
The Complete ESP-Disk Recordings. Main Personnel, Percussion. Composer, Liner Notes, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto).
Switch to Expanded View. ESP (Eric Singer Project) (1999).
His then-wife, Barbara Donald, played trumpet on several of his early records, including his ESP-Disk titles Staying on the Watch and Music from the Spheres; Arhoolie Manhattan Egos, and Contemporary titles Rumasuma and the double album Burning Spirits. Simmons also partnered with Prince Lasha on several recordings, two of which – The Cry! (1963) and Firebirds (1968) – were released by Contemporary. Personal problems derailed both his music career and home life, leading to divorce and homelessness.
Sonny Simmons by Clifford Allen, published on July 24, 2004 at All About Jazz. Find more Interviews articles. Alto saxophonist Sonny Simmons was born on Sicily Island, Louisiana. At a young age, he moved to Oakland, California with his family, bringing the budding musician into contact with touring musicians like Duke Ellington and Charlie Parker as well as local modernists. By the early '60s, Sonny had moved to LA to record and work with altoist Prince Lasha; in 1963 Simmons moved to New York to play and record with Eric Dolphy, Elvin Jones and other major figures in the new jazz. With his then wife, trumpeter Barbara Donald, Sonny recorded as a leader and in 1970 returned to the West Coast. The Complete ESP-Disk Recordings; The Traveller. The Traveller by Rex Butters. The Traveller by Mark Corroto.
The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings (ESP 1980). Rumasuma (Contemporary 1969). Talkover Music: Sonny Simmons. Jewels (Boxholder 1991). Les Oubliés de Jazz Ensemble. Playing "That" Nigger Music (Touché 1972). Barbara on Her and Sonny's Children. The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings (ESP 1980s). Closing Theme: Specks Williams. We Gave the Drummer Some.
1043 Sonny Simmons – Music from the Spheres. 1044 Marzette Watts – Marzette & Company. 4007 Frank Wright - The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings. 4008 Pharaoh Sanders - Pharaoh Sanders Quintet. 4025 Albert Ayler - Slug's Saloon. ESP-Disk is a New York-based record company and label founded in 1964 by lawyer Bernard Stollman. Though it originally existed to release Esperanto-based music, starting with its second release (Albert Ayler's Spiritual Unity), ESP became the most important exponent of what is commonly referred to as free jazz. ESP also released recordings by uncommercial underground rock acts including the Fugs, The Godz and Pearls Before Swine. Bernard Stollman faced allegations of not paying royalties to the artists that were signed to ESP-Disk
1001 Ni Kantu En Esperanto. 1002 Albert Ayler – Spiritual Unity. 1003 Pharoah Sanders Quintet – Pharoah's First. 1004 New York Art Quartet. 1005 Byron Allen Trio. 1006 Ornette Coleman – Town Hall, 1962. 1007 Giuseppi Logan Quartet. 1008 Paul Bley – Barrage. 1009 Bob James – Explosions. 1010 Albert Ayler – Bells. 1011 Ran Blake – Plays Solo Piano. 1012 Lowell Davidson Trio featuring Gary Peacock.
|Staying On The Watch|
|A Distant Voice||7:32|
|City Of David||15:20|
|Changing From The 50's To The 60's||2:26|
|The Avant Garde||1:43|
|Fear Of Exposing The Music||1:50|
|Sonny On Barbara Donald I||2:35|
|Staying On The Watch||0:34|
|Sonny On Barbara II||1:52|
|City Of David||0:56|
|Barbara On Her And Sonny's Children||0:43|
|The College Circuit||0:50|
|Music From The Spheres|
|On Eric Dolphy I||1:32|
|On Eric Dolphy II||2:44|
|How They Treat Us||2:10|
|The West Coast||1:02|
|Musicians Need Work||1:49|
|The Music Industry||2:20|
|Learn Your Appliance||1:56|
|The "New Music"||1:12|
|Barbara On Slug's Saloon||0:32|
|ESP 4012||Sonny Simmons||The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings (CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + Comp)||ESP Disk||ESP 4012||US||2006|
|ESP 4012||Sonny Simmons||The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings (CDr, Album, Promo, RE + CDr, Album, Promo, RE + Co)||ESP Disk||ESP 4012||US||2006|