|1||A Little Booker
Composed By – Max Roach
Composed By – Cecil Bridgewater
|SN 1073||Max Roach Double Quartet Feat. The Swedenborg String Quartet||Max Roach Double Quartet Feat. The Swedenborg String Quartet - Live At Vielharmonie Munich (LP, Album)||Soul Note||SN 1073||Italy||1985|
|SN 1073||Max Roach Double Quartet||Live At Vielharmonie (LP, Album)||Soul Note||SN 1073||Italy||1986|
|121073-2||Max Roach Double Quartet||Live At Vielharmonie (CD, Album, RE)||Soul Note||121073-2||Italy||Unknown|
|SN 1073 CD||Max Roach Double Quartet||Live At Vielharmonie (CD)||Soul Note||SN 1073 CD||France||1985|
Recorded November 7, 1983 at Vielharmonie Munich Mixed June 26, 1984 at Barigozzi Studio, Milano. Matrix, Runout: SN 1073 MPO 02. Rights Society: .
Percussion, Producer – Max Roach. Photography By – Hannes Schneider, Mirko R. Boscolo. Tenor Saxophone – Dayne Armstrong. Recorded November 7, 1983 at Vielharmonie Munich Mixed June 26, 1984 at Barigozzi Studio, Milano Mastered at Polygram, Tribiano - Milano. Rights Society (Side B): .
Album · 1965 · 2 Songs. Cecil Bridgewater, Anders Lindgren & Max Roach.
In the 1980s, Max Roach began experimenting with string quartets, eventually settling on a double quartet idea, using a traditional bop lineup with the addition of the Uptown Strings, a group formed at his request by his daughter Maxine, who plays viola. However, on this live date from Munich, Germany, Roach's jazz quartet is accompanied by the Swedenborg String Quartet. The two compositions heard here are the extremely fast 20-minute "A Little Booker," and trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater's 18-minute piece, "Bird Says.
Live at Vielharmonie. Live album by. Max Roach Double Quartet.
Live at Vielharmonie is a live album by American jazz drummer Max Roach recorded in 1983 in Munich for the Italian Soul Note label. All compositions by Max Roach except as indicated. A Little Booker" - 20:28. Bird Says" (Cecil Bridgewater) - 18:03. Recorded at the Vielharmonie in Munich, West Germany on November 7, 1983. Max Roach - drums, percussion. Cecil Bridgewater - trumpet. Dayne Armstrong - tenor saxophone. Lars Holm, Ulrika Jansson - violin.
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MAX is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach featuring tracks recorded in 1958 and released on the Argo label. A decade earlier, Roach had absorbed Kenny Clarke's drumming style and, with trumpet virtuoso Clifford Brown, forged his own brand of bebop. By 1958, on his way to becoming a true jazz elder, Roach began pushing the boundaries of jazz even further".
Live at VielharmonieLive album by Max Roach Double ecordedNovember 7, 8:31LabelSoul NoteProducerMax RoachM Contents.