Howard, Noah

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At Judson Hall
Jazz Used - LP 1064 ESP
1967 Stereo Original Featuring Dave Burrell, Ric Colbeck, Norris Jones, Cathrine Norris And Robert Kapp. 4 Stars In AMG. COH, SRW, LP Looks V. Near Mint. Back Cover Has Fascinating Sticker Which States "Play This Stereo Record In Quad By Connecting A Third Speaker To The + Terminals On Your Stereo Amplifier. Ask An Audiophile To Assist You To Avoid Possible Amplifier Damage."... more details
 
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The Black Ark
Jazz Used - LP 28 426 5 Freedom
1969 German Gatefold Original. LP Is Very Near Mint. One Of The Most Sought-After Free Jazz Albums That Still Remains Unissued On CD.... more details
 
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Live In Europe Vol. 1
Jazz Used - LP SR 105 Sun
Mint 1975 French Original In Shrink Wrap. ... more details
 
Howard, Noah - Noah Howard Quartet Noah Howard Quartet
Jazz Used - LP 1031 ESP-Disk
1966 Mono Original. “In This Pivotal Recording In The Development Of Early Avant Garde Jazz, Howard Proves Himself As An Innovator Who Boldly Goes Where Ornette Coleman, Marion Brown, Or Frank Wright Did Not Fear To Tread. His Alto Saxophone Sound And Ideas Clearly Mirror Coleman, Reaching For Upper Atmospheric, Warp Signatures, And Also Playing Warm Lyrical Phrases. This Is A Free-Bop Excursion With Raw Trumpeter Ric Colbeck, Well-Regarded But Undermixed Bassist Scotty Holt, And Unheralded Drummer Dave Grant. Four Pieces Comprise This Disc Totaling Just Under 30 Minutes, With No Alternate Takes Or Previously Unissued Material Tacked On. "Henry's Street" (Perhaps For Henry Grimes) Starts With A Repeated Four-Note Phrase Which Merges To Free-Bopping Lines With Grant Swinging Hard. This Is Where Howard's Sound Can Be Favorably Compared To That Of Coleman, As He Uses Clipped Phrasings And Upper Register Sonic Blasts. A Hefty, Audible Bass Solo From Holt And Cavalry Military Quotes From Alto And Trumpet Conclude This Ear Opener. "Apotheosis" And "Apotheosis, Extension I" Are Quite Dissimilar. The Former Is Reminiscent Of Coleman/Don Cherry Approximate Themes In A Solemn, Soulful Unison Tack Leading Into Impressive Interplay Between The Horns; The Latter Is A Free, Bluesy Statement Followed By Soulfelt Blowing And Highly Intense Squawking. "And About Love" Is Lighter With Its Loose, Compact, And Fragmented Associations. Grant's Drumming Is More Urgent Underneath The Surface While Howard And Colbeck Play Sweet And Sour Segments Leading To A Free Ending Which Is Simultaneously Raw, Rambunctious, And Highly Concentrated In Melody. Over The Years Howard Has Become A Tragically Neglected Figure, But Remains A European-Based Icon Who Still Records And Occasionally Visits The States. This Is His Debut Recording, And A Stark Reminder Of How He Was In On The Ground Floor Of This Progressive Movement.” - Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide. Light Wear On Bottom Right Corner.... more details
 
Howard, Noah - The Black Ark The Black Ark
Jazz Used - LP WEAVIL24LP Bo'Weavill
Mint, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue Of The 1969 German Freedom Original Housed In A Textured, Numbered Jacket With Insert. This is Number 716 Of 1000 Pressings. One Of The Most Sought-After Free Jazz Albums That Still Remains Unissued On CD.... more details
 
Howard, Noah - Noah Howard Quartet Noah Howard Quartet
Jazz Used - LP 1031 ESP
1966 Stereo Original. Corner Crease (Front Cover Only). LP Appears Unplayed. “In This Pivotal Recording In The Development Of Early Avant Garde Jazz, Howard Proves Himself As An Innovator Who Boldly Goes Where Ornette Coleman, Marion Brown, Or Frank Wright Did Not Fear To Tread. His Alto Saxophone Sound And Ideas Clearly Mirror Coleman, Reaching For Upper Atmospheric, Warp Signatures, And Also Playing Warm Lyrical Phrases. Four Pieces Comprise This Disc Totaling Just Under 30 Minutes, With No Alternate Takes Or Previously Unissued Material Tacked On. "Henry's Street" (Perhaps For Henry Grimes) Starts With A Repeated Four-Note Phrase Which Merges To Free-Bopping Lines With Grant Swinging Hard. This Is Where Howard's Sound Can Be Favorably Compared To That Of Coleman, As He Uses Clipped Phrasings And Upper Register Sonic Blasts. A Hefty, Audible Bass Solo From Holt And Cavalry Military Quotes From Alto And Trumpet Conclude This Ear Opener. "Apotheosis" And "Apotheosis, Extension I" Are Quite Dissimilar. The Former Is Reminiscent Of Coleman/Don Cherry Approximate Themes In A Solemn, Soulful Unison Tack Leading Into Impressive Interplay Between The Horns; The Latter Is A Free, Bluesy Statement Followed By Soulfelt Blowing And Highly Intense Squawking. "And About Love" Is Lighter With Its Loose, Compact, And Fragmented Associations. Grant's Drumming Is More Urgent Underneath The Surface While Howard And Colbeck Play Sweet And Sour Segments Leading To A Free Ending Which Is Simultaneously Raw, Rambunctious, And Highly Concentrated In Melody. Over The Years Howard Has Become A Tragically Neglected Figure, But Remains A European-Based Icon Who Still Records And Occasionally Visits The States. This Is His Debut Recording, And A Stark Reminder Of How He Was In On The Ground Floor Of This Progressive Movement.” - Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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