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Performer: Marion Brown
Title: Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun
Country: Germany
Released: 1970
Style: Free Jazz
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 727
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Afternoon of a Georgia Faun is a lovely, inspired album, a key work in Marion Brown's oeuvre and a recording that belongs in any collection of contemporary jazz. Rispondi Avvertimi 5 Helpful. Modifica edizione principale Dati corretti. Aggiungi tutto alla Wantlist Rimuovi tutto dalla Wantlist. Marketplace 49 in vendita da € 12,00.

Album · 1970 · 2 Songs. Afternoon of a Georgia Faun. Marion Brown, Anthony Braxton, Chick Corea, Andrew Cyrille, Jeanne Lee & Bennie Maupin.

Part of his album "Marion Brown Quartet" released in 1966, Capricorn Moon (below in a video illustrated by a Nordic filmmaker) offers us a distinct and elegant Jazz, with Brown starring one of the most extraordinary solos of his caree. evealing some proximity to John Coltrane or in the higher notes, with Pharoah Sanders. Marion Brown - Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun. Recorded at the Sound Ideas Studio - New York City, August 10th, 1970 - Engineer: George Klabin.

Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun. Overview (current section).

Artist: Marion Brown Album: Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun Genre: Avant-Garde, Free Jazz Label: ECM Released: 1970 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun (17:05). Djinji's Corner (18:03). 2, Dynamic Range Meter . 1 log date: 2014-08-02 14:23:15 -. Analyzed: Marion Brown, Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun -. DR Peak RMS Duration Track -. DR16 -. 3 dB -2. 0 dB 17:05 01-Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun DR14 -. 8 dB -1. 4 dB 18:03 02-Djinji's Corner -. Number of tracks: 2 Official DR value: DR15. Samplerate: 44100 Hz Channels: 2 Bits per sample: 16 Bitrate: 875 kbps Codec: FLAC .

The song 'Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun' by Marion Brown has a tempo of 61 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Afternoon of a Georgia Faun'. Video Afternoon of a Georgia Faun. 1. Top Songs Marion Brown.

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Background information. 1931-09-08)September 8, 1931 Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Notable recordings during this period included Afternoon of a Georgia Faun for the ECM label in 1970 and three albums for the Impulse! label between 1973 and 1975. He played alto saxophone on the composition "Bismillahi 'Rrahman 'Rrahim" from Harold Budd's 1976 release The Pavilion of Dreams, a piece originally written by Budd for Brown's Vista LP, released the previous year. Pianist Amina Claudine Myers' debut album Poems for Piano: The Piano Music of Marion Brown (Sweet Earth, 1979) featured Brown's compositions predominantly. Aside from his influence in the jazz avant-garde, several other areas of music have taken interest in Brown's music.

Tracklist

Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun 17:00
Djinji's Corner 18:04

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ECM 1004 ST Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(LP, Album) ECM Records ECM 1004 ST Germany 1970
CF 1004, 3100 302 Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(Cass, Album) ECM Records, Polydor CF 1004, 3100 302 Germany 1970
ECM 1004 Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(LP, Album) ECM Records ECM 1004 US 1970
ECM 1004 ST Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(LP, Album) ECM Records ECM 1004 ST Germany 1970
ECM 1004 Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(LP, Album, Promo) ECM Records ECM 1004 US 1970
ECM 1004, 527 710-2 Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(CD, Album, RE) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 1004, 527 710-2 Germany Unknown
ECM 1004, 527 710-2 Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(CD, Album, RE) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 1004, 527 710-2 Germany Unknown
ECM 1004, ECM 1004 ST, 2301 004 Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(LP, Album, RP) ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 1004, ECM 1004 ST, 2301 004 Germany Unknown
ECM 1004 ST, ECM 1004 st. Marion Brown Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun ‎(LP, Album, RP) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 1004 ST, ECM 1004 st. Germany Unknown


Reviews (2)
Wyameluna
A Japanese pressing on Odeon also exists as promos only, I think.

Kendis
Review by Brian OlewnickDifficult as it may be for younger listeners to believe, there was a time when ECM released adventurous improvised music. Back near its inception in the early '70s, the label issued a wide variety and decent number of challenging avant-garde recordings that represented some of the most forward-looking musical thinkers of the time. One of these was Marion Brown, who, at the time of this session, was about midway between his extreme post- Coltrane explorations and the luscious, down-home evocations of Georgia that he would create for Impulse! over the next few years. He gathered 11 musicians, including a couple from the then current Miles Davis Bitches Brew band (Chick Corea and Bennie Maupin), the then little-known Anthony Braxton, Andrew Cyrille, and the late great vocalist Jeanne Lee for two side-long, wide-ranging pieces. The first, the title track, is a wonderful, percussive evocation of pastoral Georgia, something along the lines of what the Art Ensemble of Chicago were doing around the same time, but without the satire and with a greater sense of serenity. As the flutes, reeds, voice, and piano enter, there is no idea of "soloing"; instead, each contributes to the ongoing, evolving texture of the piece, creating a fabric that's as cohesive as it is unplanned. The remaining cut, "Djinji's Corner," is a bit more fleshed out, a little more "traditional" in one way, though still quite unusual for the time. Again, a reference point might be Art Ensemble works from around the same time, here a mélange of free horns and intense percussion, with Jeanne Lee soaring over the top, mixing words and glossolalia, similar to her stellar work on Carla Bley's Escalator Over the Hill. The effect is more eerie and spiritually infused than the preceding piece, with keening, bowed cymbals and deep pulses from the lower clarinet family. It gradually builds to something of a frenzy, but in an unforced manner that shows it to be merely another approach to the territory explored earlier. Afternoon of a Georgia Faun is a lovely, inspired album, a key work in Marion Brown's oeuvre and a recording that belongs in any collection of contemporary jazz.

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