Archie Shepp - The Tradition

    Avant-garde giant Archie Shepp made an indelible contribution to experimental jazz. Double- LP The Tradition was recorded in Rome in 1977 for Horo Records with drummer Clifford Jarvis and bassist Cameron Brown; the raucous “Hooray For Mal” has shades of be-bop, while Duke Ellington’s “Sophisticated Lady” is largely tackled by Shepp on upright piano (with gorgeous soloing by Brown); “Things Have Got To Change” hearkens to Shepp’s experience of the Pan-African Cultural Festival of Algiers of 1969 and Ellington’s “I Didn’t Know About You” is relayed as a soft tenor ballad with rough edges. First press with yellow label. Both Lps are in strong EX close to NM condition. Gatefold laminated sleeve is EX (name written inside the gatefold). 

  • Archie Shepp
  • The Tradition
  • Label: Horo
  • Reference: HDP 13-14
  • Country: Italy
  • Release year: 1978
  • Cover state: VG++
  • Vinyl state: NM
    • Price : 55,00 €