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Steve Grossman - Some Shapes To Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Some Shapes To Come on Discogs. Label: Nadja - PA • Series: Trio Jazz Mania • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Jazz-Rock1/5(1).
  2. Reissue of this long out of print Jazz Fusion classic by Steve Grossman (best known for his saxophone performances & recordings with Miles Davis). Some Shapes to Come is an album you can stand up against almost any of the jazz fusion standouts of the '70s. Track List 1. "WBAI" /5(7).
  3. After taking the soprano sax spot in Miles Davis’ pioneering early 70s group, joining just as the balance tipped to the rock in jazz-rock with A Tribute To Jack Johnson and Live-Evil, and then a stint with free-flowing drummer Elvin Jones’, when Steve Grossman stepped into the spotlight he wasn’t messing.. ’s Some Shapes To Come is a wild ride, and a logical extension of the.
  4. Dec 01,  · Steve Grossman - Some Shapes To Come (terrible sounding CD, but great music) I also ordered, but am still waiting on: For any Paul Williams fans, you know how rare this album was when originally released on vinyl, back in The label "PORTRAIT" (a subsidiary of SONY/CBS) released this and then went belly up a few months later, leaving.
  5. True, on the original vinyl the EQ was horrible. I am hoping the digital transfer solved some of that. There is another essential Steve Grossman recording which has not been mentioned: the Elvin Jones LP "Mr. Jones" (which I do not believe exists on CD)/5(7).
  6. A really tremendous set from tenorist Steve Grossman – one that shows his incredible talents as a soloist from start to finish – deeply soulful, and working with a level of imagination that even blows away most of his other albums! The album's got Steve blowing in a Rollins-like trio – with the great Junie Booth on bass and Joe Chambers on drums – both players who are.
  7. Jun 04,  · referencing Some Shapes To Come, LP, Album, PMR This record was reviewed in CODA jazz magazine September "Its heavy music, loud, aggressive and unpolished many of the 7 cuts seem like fragments of longer performances and at least 3 seem to be spontaneously and collectively composed."/5(62).
  8. Jan 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Some Shapes To Come on Discogs. Label: PM - PMR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Jazz-Rock/5(39).

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