Luna (19) ‎– Space Swell

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Arhoolie Records ‎– 8001, Arhoolie Records ‎– ST 8001
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A1 Space Swell
Flute, Alto Saxophone – Gabriel SternWritten-By – Lee Cronbach
A2 Moon And Flag Polka
Written-By – Lee Cronbach
A3 We'll Think Of That, Later
Drums – Harvey P. WarrenDrums, Trombone – Bill GraussWritten-By – Pat Wallace
A4 Nisaba In The Grass
Drums – Ellsworth JohnsonTrombone, Trumpet [Slide], Bass – Bill HannafordWritten-By – Lee Cronbach
B1 Twin Bass Bass
Trombone, Trumpet [Slide], Bass – Bill HannafordViolin, Trombone – Harvey P. WarrenWritten-By – Pat Wallace
B2 Warp
Written-By – Pat Wallace
B3 Paraphernalia
Written-By – Pat Wallace

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Recorded at Sierra Sound Studio - Berkeley, Calif. in August of 1967.

© 1967 by Arhoolie Records

Catalog number on spine and labels: 8001
Catalog number on back cover: ST 8001

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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side 1): 195
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side 2): 196

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October 6, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Great Avant-Garde-Free-Jazz music, sounding like they liked Cecil Taylor and the "Blue Note" albums
from that time. It also somehow evoked Kagel and Stockhausen's more improvised pieces from that time,
but then stocks ,the cycle of the seven days is from a year or so later. Thats not to imply this music
is derivative. It feels like a take on Free- Jazz, by students who were versed in or interested in the
Avant-Garde (euro chamber and orchestral) music of their time.