Spectrum the anthology
|Format:||Music CD 1997|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsEmergency! Emergency! (9:36) ; Where (12:11) ; Vashkar (4:59) ; Spectrum (8:51) ; Sangria for three (13:07) (Tony Williams, drums, vocals ; John McLaughlin, guitars ; Larry Young (Khalid Yasin), organ)
Turn it over. To whom it may concern
them (4:18) ; To whom it may concern
us (2:56) ; Big Nick (2:43) ; Right on (1:48) ; Vuelta abajo (4:56) ; A famous blues (4:10) ; Allah be praised (4:36) (Williams, drums, vocals ; McLaughlin, guitars, vocals ; Young, organ ; Jack Bruce, bass)
One word (Williams, drums ; McLaughlin, guitars ; Young, organ ; Bruce, bass, vocals) (3:44)
Ego. There comes a time (5:58) ; Circa 45 (6:27) ; Two worlds (4:29) ; Some hip drum shit (1:31) ; Lonesome wells (Gwendy Trio) (7:27) ; Mom and Dad (5:21) ; The urchins of Shermese (6:14) (Williams, drums ; Ron Carter, bass, cello ; Young, organ ; Ted Dunbar, guitar ; Don Alias, Warren Smith, percussion ; Bruce, vocals (on Two worlds))
The old bum's rush. You make it easy (5:18) ; Whatcha gonna do today (3:38) ; The mystic knights of the sea (5:08) ; The boodang (5:10) ; The old bum's rush (10:16) (Williams, drums, vocals ; Tequila, guitar, vocals, percussion ; Webster Lewis, organ, clavinette ; David Horowitz, piano, vibraphone, ARP synthesizer ; Herb Bushler, bass ; Tillmon Williams, tenor saxophone).
Jazz -- 1971-1980.
Percussion music (Jazz)
|Publisher|| New York, N.Y. :Verve,1997
1945-1997, composer, performer.
Tony Williams Lifetime; personnel varies by selection.
Composed by Tony Williams and others.
All selections, except One word, previously released on the Polydor albums Emergency! (1969), Turn it over (1970), Ego (1971) and The old bum's rush (1973).
Program notes by John McDermott ( p. : ports.) inserted in container.
2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.