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The Song is You: Woodstock Jazz 1981

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All of those players could have just stood up there for the moment to be thrilling. But as an added attraction they actually played together They put on a show memorable for all time.
ECM Records press release on the Woodstock Jazz Festival

The raw, live quality of these performances is balanced with a clarity of sound that makes the listener feel as though he were sitting at the edge of the stage. The compositions are mere launching pads for free flights of spontaneous, often breathtaking, invention.

One of Douglas Records best selling reissues, this set featuresamong other amazing selectionsAnthony Braxtons unforgettable interpretation of John Coltranes classic Impressions, an All Blues celebration featuring Pat Metheny at his best, and the intimacy and distinctive emotion displayed by duettists Chick Corea and Lee Konitz on Round Midnight.

ARTISTS
Chick Corea (piano); Jack DeJohnette (drums); Miroslav Vitous (bass); Lee Konitz (sax); Anthony Braxton (sax); Pat Metheny (guitar)

TRACKS
Disc One:

Impressions
No Greater Love
All Blues

Disc Two:


Waltz
Isfahan
Stella By Starlight
Round Midnight

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