Laswell, Bill

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Laswell, Bill - Baselines Baselines
Jazz Used - LP 60221 Elektra Musician
Beautiful 1983 White Label Promo. His First Album As Leader, Originally Released Via Celluloid. Features Fred Frith, Daniel Ponce, Michael Beinhorn And Others. LP Is Mint, Unplayed. Back Of Jacket Has A Sticker Covering The Gold Promo Stamp And A Faint Stain On Bottom Front Left Corner.... more details
 
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Hear No Evil
Jazz Used - LP 90888 Virgin
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Laswell, Bill - Baselines Baselines
Jazz New - LP CEL NY 6005 Celluloid
Sealed 1983 Original. "Even Though Bill Laswell Was Already Immersed In Numerous Projects Since The End Of The '70s, Including Leading His Loose Ensemble Material, He Didn't Release A Solo Record Until 1984, And Baselines Was Quite A Strange Album. On The One Hand, There's "Upright Man," One Of The Most Infectious Grooves Laswell Has Ever Conceived, Boasting Ace Bass Playing And A Weird Taped Sermon As Sort-Of Lead Vocals. Then There's "Work Song," Which Is Funky And Catchy And Features Phillip Wilson's Somewhat Off-Beat Drumming (Pun Intended). The Other Tracks Are More Experimental, Weird, And Don't Catch On As Well — Although They All Reward Repeated Listening, For At First The Listener Might Get Lost Between Ronald Shannon Jackson's Irate Drumming, Michael Beinhorn's Acid-Drenched Synths And Snippets Of Tapes And Shortwave, The Stuttering Horns Of George Lewis And Ralph Carney, The Undescribable Contributions Of Fred Frith, And The Vocalisms And Percussion (Rhythmic And Non-Rhythmic) David Moss Provides." Chris Genzel, All Music.... more details
 
Laswell, Bill - Baselines Baselines
Jazz New - LP 60221 Elektra Musician
Sealed 1983 Original. His First Album As Leader Features Fred Frith, Daniel Ponce, Michael Beinhorn And Others.... more details
 
Laswell, Bill - Baselines Baselines
Jazz Used - LP CEL NY 6005 Celluloid
Rare 1983 Original Housed In The Laminated Jacket Featuring The Original Cover Art. Appears Unplayed. "Even Though Bill Laswell Was Already Immersed In Numerous Projects Since The End Of The '70s, Including Leading His Loose Ensemble Material, He Didn't Release A Solo Record Until 1984, And Baselines Was Quite A Strange Album. On The One Hand, There's "Upright Man," One Of The Most Infectious Grooves Laswell Has Ever Conceived, Boasting Ace Bass Playing And A Weird Taped Sermon As Sort-Of Lead Vocals. Then There's "Work Song," Which Is Funky And Catchy And Features Phillip Wilson's Somewhat Off-Beat Drumming (Pun Intended). The Other Tracks Are More Experimental, Weird, And Don't Catch On As Well — Although They All Reward Repeated Listening, For At First The Listener Might Get Lost Between Ronald Shannon Jackson's Irate Drumming, Michael Beinhorn's Acid-Drenched Synths And Snippets Of Tapes And Shortwave, The Stuttering Horns Of George Lewis And Ralph Carney, The Undescribable Contributions Of Fred Frith, And The Vocalisms And Percussion (Rhythmic And Non-Rhythmic) David Moss Provides." Chris Genzel, All Music.... more details
 

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