Label : CBS
Serie : ATK
Genre : Jazz
Style : Fusion, Free Improvisations
When Free Jazz meets the Beat generation in a great Spiritual Jazz session recorded in 1969, performed by the Full Moon Ensemble, and featuring the avant-garde drummer Claude Delcloo. Best known as the group of Archie Shepp, during his live performance at Juan Les Pins Jazz Festival in 1970, Full moon Ensemble was formed by Joseph Déjean & Claude Delcloo, the main composers for the group. Claude Delcloo is also known as the founder of BYG Records & Actuel magazine, champion of counterculture in the late sixties in France. Deeply influenced by John Coltrane & Pharoah Sanders's compositions, the collective plays progressive jazz associated to some protest music based on esoteric poetry from american poet Bob Kaufman. Titles include the Samba Miaou suite selected in the Spiritual Jazz Series (vol.3) from JAZZMAN RECORDS and the compilation created by Digger's Digest, Mobilisation Générale, released in 2013 for french independant label, Born Bad Records.
Martine Toureil_electric piano
Gérard Coppéré_flute, sopranino, soprano & tenor saxophone
Jeff Sicard_flute, bass clarinet, alto & tenor saxophone
01. Tribute To Bob Kaufman
- 43 W. 87th Street Sur Mémoires De Guerre
- Samba Miaou
- Samba Miaou Sur Renvoyez-Les
- Samba Miaou Sur Benediction
- 43 W. 87th Street Sur Peut-Être"
02. W. 85th Street
03. King Kong