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Unit Structures

Cecil Taylor

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- The Penguin Guide to Jazz

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Steps
Cecil Taylor
10:18
2
Enter, Evening (Soft Line Structure)
Cecil Taylor
11:06
3
Unit Structure/As Of A Now/Section
Cecil Taylor
17:45
4
Tales (8 Whisps)
Cecil Taylor
7:11
Total Playing Time    46:20
Pianist Cecil Taylor formed a very unique sounding band for his Blue Note Records debut in 1966. Featuring two double basses, played by Henri Grimes and Alan Silva, the band also included Eddie Gale Stevens, Jr. on trumpet, Jimmy Lyons on sax, Ken McIntyre on alto sax, oboe and bass clarinet, and Andrew Cyrille on drums.
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