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Artist: LOWE, FRANK QUARTET
Title: Out Loud
Format: Double LP
Label: Triple Point
Country: USA
Price: $100.00
Hand-numbered edition of 550. Includes a 38-page full-color "brochure" with extensive essays, "choice visuals from the rubble of Watergate-era NYC," etc, etc (see images below).
“This deluxe 2-LP edition presents the complete recordings by the hitherto invisible 1974 quartet of Lowe, Joe Bowie, William Parker, and Steve Reid.
For what would have been his second album as leader, Frank Lowe captured this cataclysmic quartet in-studio at Survival and in performance at Studio Rivbea. Lowe called it Logical Extensions. These 1974 tapes went unreleased and are heard only now in this rediscovered and expanded volume. OUT LOUD gathers the only known recordings of this combustible band, with trumpeter Ahmed Abdullah guesting on one track, and a link to landmark video footage of the quartet live at Rivbea." - Triple Point.

Artist: NEW YORK ART QUARTET
Title: call it art
Format: 5 LP & Hardcover Book Box
Label: Triple Point
Country: USA
Price: $320.00
Hand-numbered edition of 665 in a sturdy white birch box. Includes a 156-page clothbound book "packed with photos, manuscripts, band-member notes, and other memorabilia." Featuring Roswell Rudd, John Tchicai, and Milford Graves with bassists Lewis Worrell, Don Moore, Eddie Gomez, Bob Cunningham, and Reggie Workman, and "guest appearances" by Amiri Baraka, J.C. Moses, and Alan Shorter. “…this is an extraordinary, redefining set. In addition to one alternate take from Mohawk (the great Rudd piece “Banging on the White House Door”), the set includes the groups MoMA performance, a radio set from WBAI with LeRoi Jones, a Halloween 1964 concert at reedman/recording engineer/painter Marzette Watts loft, their set from the “Four Days in December” concerts, and music from a 1965 rehearsal at [Michael] Snows loft.” - Clifford Allen.

"Transcendental Joy! An amazing work of research and tape-archaeology brings us all the missing links in the life of the NYAQ — one of the key developments in the history of our music." — Evan Parker.


Artist: TAYLOR, CECIL & TONY OXLEY
Title: Ailanthus/Altissima
Format: Double LP
Label: Triple Point
Country: USA
Price: $110.00
Edition of 475 released in celebration of Cecil Taylors 80th birthday in 2008. "81 minutes of duet recordings with Tony Oxley, selected by the musicians from ten hours recorded during their two weeks at New Yorks Village Vanguard in 2008. This deluxe collectors item has been issued in a very limited, numbered edition--475 copies worldwide--on vinyl LP only. A 2-disc gatefold set, the record features the cream of the duos two runs at the Vanguard. An accompanying museum-grade folio includes exclusive original poetry by Cecil Taylor and paintings by Tony Oxley. In addition to celebrating Mr. Taylors 80th year, this release honors Mr. Oxleys 70th birthday just before the performances occurred." - Triple Point.

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