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Art Ensemble of Chicago - Fanfare for the Warriors (1973)

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01. Illistrum 
02. Barnyard Scuffel Shuffel 
03. Nonaah 
04. Fanfare for the Warriors 
05. What's to Say 
06. Tnoona 
07. The Key

Personnel:
    Lester Bowie - trumpet, percussion instruments
    Malachi Favors Maghostut - bass, percussion instruments, vocals
    Joseph Jarman - saxophones, clarinets, percussion instruments
    Roscoe Mitchell - saxophones, clarinets, flute, percussion instruments
    Don Moye - drums, percussion
    Muhal Richard Abrams – piano

 

The compositions on this 1973 studio recording demonstrate some of the individual directions that its members brought to the Art Ensemble. Lester Bowie's "Barnyard Scuffel Shuffle" suggests a key source in the music of Charles Mingus with a kinetic mix of swing, R&B, bop, and free-jazz elements, with Joseph Jarman and Roscoe Mitchell providing great honking tenors. "Nonaah" is an intriguing early performance of a permutational composition that Mitchell has continued to recast to the present. Jarman's title piece is a driving free-jazz anthem, highlighted by the composer's blazing alto solo. Muhal Richard Abrams, a crucial early mentor, is added to the Ensemble for much of the date. His piano is a striking complement to the group, thoughtfully expanding the music's harmonic languages. ---Stuart Broomer, Editorial Review

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