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A Hues Of Melanin - Part One (Soprano Saxophone Section). C1 to D2), Ed Michel (tracks: C1 to D2), Michael Cuscuna (tracks: A, B) Producer – Ed Michel Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Piano, Vocals, Composed By – Sam Rivers. Tracks A-C2 recorded live on November 10, 1973 at the Battel Chapel, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. C3 recorded live on July 6, 1973 at The Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland. C4, C5 recorded live on October 27, 1972 at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. Side D recorded live on August 3, 1973, at the Molde Jazz Festival, Molde, Norway.
The Complete Blue Note Sam Rivers Sessions traces that development chronologically (and flawlessly) over the course of three discs, including the entirety of his four albums as a leader: the relatively straightforward Fuschia Swing Song, the avant-bop masterpiece Contours, the radical standards album A New Conception, and the galvanizing, brilliant avant-garde classic Dimensions and Extensions (which also comprised. Rivers may not be quite as much a household name as some of his equally forward-thinking peers, but any jazz fan remotely interested in the avant-garde should know that this set constitutes some of the finest avant-garde jazz Blue Note ever released – the music here should be considered a cornerstone of any self-respecting avant-garde collection.
Streams is a live album by American jazz saxophonist Sam Rivers featuring performances recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1973 for the Impulse! label. It's a shame there aren't more documents of this phase in Rivers' career, though that could be said of pretty much all of his phases
This album documents two shows during Sam Rivers' early '70s Trio period. With nothing but drums and bass churning along behind him continuously, he would spend up to an hour switching between tenor and soprano sax, piano, and flute. And he is a virtuoso on ALL of them. While the Blue Note sessions showcase Rivers's compositional skills as well as his improvising genius, this 1973 live trio music is pure free improvisation.
Streams, recorded live at Montreux, Hues (both records contain different trio performances later collated on CD as Trio Live), the quartet album Sizzle and his first big-band disc, Crystals; perhaps his best-known work from this period though is his appearance on Dave Holland's Conference of the Birds, in the company of Anthony Braxton and Barry Altschul. The Complete Blue Note Sam Rivers Sessions (Mosaic, 1996).