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The Balance (Vision Festival XV +)

The Balance (Vision Festival XV +)

  • By David S. Ware
  • Release 09/11/2018
  • Music Genre Jazz
  • Media Format CD
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The Balance presents an outstanding David S. Ware concert, in trio with William Parker and Warren Smith. A tenor sax / bass / drums excursion of full-on intensity, this is a suite of spontaneous form created at NYC's Vision Festival in 2010. Ware had been a perennial at the vital annual gathering since it's beginning; this was his first time back since his revered Quartet bid farewell there in 2006, and a wholly exhilarating return. This particular Trio convened only three times over their 10 month existence: the Dec. 2009 studio session for Onecept, the June concert here, and the Oct. 2010 album release celebration at the Blue Note in NYC, documented on Live In New York, 2010. Also included are four out-takes from the Onecept session - all of which had been completed & considered for inclusion at that time. This new release, together with the two aforementioned, present the complete works which this group created. Packaged in a limited edition deluxe 6-panel digipak, with liner notes by Ware's long-time producer, photographs from the concert, and the vivid witness painting on the cover, which was made during this performance.

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Artist: David S. Ware
Title: The Balance (Vision Festival XV +)
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 09/11/2018
Label: Aum Fidelity
Media Format: CD
UPC: 642623310724

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