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Fuchsia Swing Song

Sam Rivers, Jaki Byard, Ron Carter, Anthony Williams

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Fuchsia Swing Song
Sam Rivers; Jaki Byard; Ron Carter; Anthony Williams
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Sam Rivers; Jaki Byard; Ron Carter; Anthony Williams
Sam Rivers; Jaki Byard; Ron Carter; Anthony Williams
Sam Rivers; Jaki Byard; Ron Carter; Anthony Williams
Total Playing Time    38:57
"... Rivers's compellingly unlovely tenor approach is very inventive ... the swing-to-bebop bridgehead represented by the effervescent pianist Jaki Byard is an attractive contrast to the leader's sinewy singlemindedness."
- The Guardian

"Five Stars ... the music, oh, that music! ... endlessly ingenious at every level. The musicians have an uncanny ability to pull and stretch every passage like taffy without actually breaking the core melodic framework of the tunes. They can be subtle, belligerent, tender and even completely over the edge, but all of these disparate contributions become integral to one of the most thrillingly satisfying records of the era ... doesn't seem to garner as much attention as some of the more popular titles in the Blue Note catalogue and that's a real crime because this is truly one of the finest jazz albums of the era."
- All About Jazz

This debut album from tenor saxophonist Sam Rivers, formerly of the Miles Davis Quintet, was released in 1964 on Blue Note and walks the line between jazz and blues. Rivers is accompanied on this collection of his own original songs by Davis's rhythm section of Ron Carter on bass and drummer Tony Williams, with pianist Jaki Byard.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CM BLUE NOTE (A92) Studio Masters

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