Pharoah Sanders: Oh Lord, Let Me Do No [Vinyl 1LP 180gram]

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Ethno Jazz/Free Improvisation/Avant-Garde
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kontynent: Ameryka Północna
kraj: USA
opakowanie: kartonowe etui
Although Pharoah Sanders was originally considered a firebrand, thanks to his wild early free jazz work in the '60s, his later records are actually more in the tradition of players like his one-time leader John Coltrane and, especially, Rahsaan Roland Kirk. The title track from this 1987 session could have been on any of Kirk's Atlantic albums, a mixture of gospel sway and free jazz honk that builds into a hypnotic swoon under Leon Thomas' rich baritone vocals. (Thomas also appears on his own composition, the blues "If It Wasn't for a Woman," and the closing "Next Time You See Me.") On the extended, relaxed take of Coltrane's "Equinox," Sanders doesn't try to copy his former boss' phrasing, but there's certainly a Coltrane-like elegance to Sanders' lyrical solo. In fact, Sanders' playing on the standard "Polka Dots and Moonbeams," which also features a lovely Vince Guaraldi-like piano solo by William S. Henderson III, is downright pretty. Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong is a mellow and peaceful set by a player who no longer needs to make noise; whether old-school fans will appreciate this is debatable.
by Stewart Mason

Pharoah Sanders: Tenor Saxophone
Tarik Shah: Bass
Greg Banoy: Drums
Donald Smith: Electric Piano
William S. Henderson III: Piano
Leon Thomas: Vocals (tracks: A1, B1, B3)

A1. Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong 5:35
A2. Equinox 9:25
A3. Polka Dots And Moonbeams 6:11

B1. If It Wasn't For A Woman 4:39
B2. Clear Out Of This World 13:45
B3. Next Time You See Me 3:54

wydano: 2003-09-13
nagrano: Recorded NYC - July 13, 1987



Doctor Jazz Records
Pharoah Sanders
Oh Lord, Let Me Do No [Vinyl 1LP 180gram]
tenor saxophone
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