|A1||The Flow Of Things - No. 1||10:29|
|A2||The Flow Of Things - No. 2||10:11|
|B1||Cards For Quartet||9:14|
|B2||The Flow Of Things - No. 3 (Live)||13:18|
|BSR 0090||Roscoe Mitchell Quartet||The Flow Of Things (LP, Album)||Black Saint||BSR 0090||Italy||1987|
|120090 2||Roscoe Mitchell Quartet||The Flow Of Things (CD, Album)||Black Saint||120090 2||Italy||1987|
|BSR 0090 CD||Roscoe Mitchell Quartet||The Flow Of Things (CD, Album)||Black Saint||BSR 0090 CD||Italy||1987|
Album · 1985 · 4 Songs. No. 1 Flow of Things. Jodie Christian, Malachi Favors, Steve McCall & Roscoe Mitchell. 2. 2 Flow of Things. 3. Cards for Quartet.
The Flow of Things is a live album by jazz saxophonist Roscoe Mitchell recorded in 1986 for the Italian Black Saint label. All compositions by Roscoe Mitchell. The Flow of Things No. 1" – 10:29. 2" – 10:11.
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Artist: Roscoe Mitchell Quartet Title: The Flow Of Things Year Of Release: 1987 Label: Black Saint Genre: Free Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 1. The Flow Of Things - No. 1 10:29 2. 2 10:11 3. Cards For Quartet 9:14 4. 3 (Live) 13:18. Sounding like a sour piece of gauzy metal set aflame, Roscoe Mitchell's soprano saxophone endlessly snakes its way through the three sections of "The Flow of Things" on this 1987 album of the same name.
00:10:29) Roscoe Mitchell Quartet - The Flow Of Things - No. 1. (00:10:10) Roscoe Mitchell Quartet - The Flow Of Things - No. (00:09:13) Roscoe Mitchell Quartet - Cards For Quartet. 4. (00:13:16) Roscoe Mitchell Quartet - The Flow Of Things - No. 3 (Live).
ROSCOE MITCHELL'S ''FLOW of Things'' (Black Saint, LP and cassette) and ''Four Compositions'' (Lovely Music Lt. compact disk only) present contrasting views of a complex and frequently misunderstood musical sensibility. On ''The Flow of Things,'' Mr. Mitchell, a saxophonist and founder of the Art Ensemble of Chicago, is backed by a trio of piano, bass and drums; the album is a probing exploration of musical processes pioneered by the late John Coltrane. The pieces on ''Four Compositions'' include a trio for.