Glenn Spearman - Blues For Falasha download album
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20 USD. Unknown Contributor Roles: Glenn Spearman; Donald Robinson ; Chris Brown ; Lisle Ellis; Larry Ochs ; William Winant.
One of the last projects completed before his death in 1998, Blues for Falasha was composed by Glenn Spearman specifically for the Tzadik label's Radical Jewish Culture series. The "falasha" in the title refers to the group of Jews in Ethiopia who claim to have descended from Solomon and Sheba and who practice a kind of pre-rabbinical Judaism. Because of their religion, the Falashas have had to live on the fringes of Ethiopian society and have frequently been persecuted.
Blues For Falasha is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by GLEN SPEARMAN released in 1999 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Bass – Lisle Ellis Tenor Saxophone, Voice – Glenn Spearman Drums, Percussion – Donald Robinson Drums, Percussion, Timpani – William Winant Piano – Chris Brown Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Larry Ochs. Thanks to snobb for the updates.
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Glenn Spearman : Blues For Falasha. The question of identity has historically played a large role in the survival of the Jewish people and had special significance to free jazz tenor titan Glenn Spearman, as the son of an African-American father and a Jewish mother. Before his death of cancer in October 1998, Spearman became involved in a deep exploration of his Jewish roots, a journey that expresses itself musically in Blues For Falasha, his last and most adventurous recorded composition.
Listen to music from Glenn Spearman like The Old Book, Rituals & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Glenn Spearman. Tenor Glenn Spearman is simulataneously a throwback to '60s/'70s fre jazz and a pioneer of a new jazz being born in the San Francisco/Berkeley clubs. His active role in contemporary music for over 20 years has earned widespread recognition. Spearman's role in the avant-garde scene started in Oakland and Berkeley in the late '60s.
Sadly, in October 1998, Glenn Spearman died of cancer. The following year, the label Tzadik released Blues for Falasha, the final recording of Spearman's Double Trio. Glenn Spearman Quartet at Olives SF 1991. Graduation - Glenn Spearman. Hot - Glenn Spearman Double Trio. Marco Eneidi & Glenn Spearman: Naked Mirror. amp; a poem in tribute to Glenn Spearman. Solo for Glenn Spearman. Tremendous music-"Sound Section" excerpt from the Glenn Spearman Double Trio.
|The Old Book||2:14|
|Cold Water And Dirt||10:01|
|TZ 7130||Glenn Spearman||Blues For Falasha (CD, Album)||Tzadik||TZ 7130||US||1999|
|TZ 7130B||Glenn Spearman||Blues For Falasha (CD, Album, RE)||Tzadik||TZ 7130B||US||2016|