Recorded live at the Village Vanguard, New York City, 22nd August 1972. Rights Society: GEMA.
Village Vanguard, New York, NY. Submit Corrections. Intense Fiery Passionate Exuberant Aggressive. Live at the Village Vanguard.
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Noah Howard died on 3 September 2010 of a cerebral haemorrhage at the age of 67. He is survived by his wife, Lieve Fransen. Noah Howard Quartet (NYC, 1966) with Ric Colbeck (tp), Scotty Holt (b), Dave Grant (per) (by ESP-Disk 1031). Live at the Village Vanguard (NYC, 1972) with Frank Lowe (ts), Robert Bruno (p), Earl Freeman (b), Juma Sultan (per), Rashied Ali (dr) (by Freedom Records FLP 40127 and Ironman records in 2004/Polydor). Church Number Nine (France, recorded 1970, released 1973) with Frank Wright (ts), Bobby Few (p), Mohamed Ali (dr) (by Calumet). Patterns (Netherlands, 1971) with Han Bennink (dr), Steve Boston (congas), Earl Freeman (b), Misha Mengelberg (p), Jaap Schoonhoven (g) (by Altsax Records, Re-release Eremite records MTE 19CD in 1976).
Live at the Village Vanguard (Tom Harrell album). Live at the Village Vanguard is a Tom Harrell album recorded for RCA with Harrell's then quintet and released in 2002. The band included Jimmy Greene on tenor sax, Ugonna Okegwo on bass, Xavier Davis on piano and Quincy Davis on drums. This is Harrell's first live album.
Live At the Village Vanguard 1975. This Place Called Earth. Howard was born in New Orleans in 1943 and began playing music in church as a child. He started out on trumpet (the instrument he played in the military during the early '60s) but subsequently switched to alto, and got in on the ground floor of the early free jazz movement. Most influenced by Albert Ayler, Howard made his debut as a leader for the groundbreaking ESP label, recording a pair of dates in 1966 (Noah Howard Quartet and At Judson Hall). Dissatisfied with the reception accorded his music - and the avant-garde movement in general - in America, Howard relocated to Europe, where.
Live At The Village Vanguard. Patterns, Message to South Africa.
|A1||Back A´Town Blues||12:42|
|B||Dedication (To Albert Ayler)||14:34|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Black Lion Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Black Lion Records Ltd.
- Made By – Intercord
- Recorded At – Village Vanguard
- Alto Saxophone, Tambourine, Bells – Noah Howard
- Bass – Earl Freeman
- Congas, Timbales – Juma Sutan*
- Design – Hamish Grimes
- Drums – Rashied Ali
- Engineer – John Sadler
- Liner Notes, Photography By [Sleeve] – Valerie Wilmer
- Piano – Robert Bruno*
- Producer – Alan Bates
- Tenor Saxophone, Bells – Frank Lowe
- Written-By – Noah Howard
NotesRecorded live at the Village Vanguard, New York City, 22nd August 1972
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
|162.307||Noah Howard||Live At The Village Vanguard (LP, Album)||Freedom||162.307||Germany||1975|
|IM001||Noah Howard||Live At The Village Vanguard (CDr, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Iron Man Records||IM001||US||2004|