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Nation Time is a live album by saxophonist and composer Joe McPhee recorded in late and originally released on the CjR label, then reissued by Atavistic. 13 Jan - 41 min - Uploaded by avishv Play now Mix - Joe McPhee - Nation TimeYouTube. The Magic of Ju-Ju (Full Album) - Archie. 15 Dec - 19 min - Uploaded by koast1 koast1 41, views. 50+ videos. Play now Mix - Joe McPhee - Nation TimeYouTube.
Find a Joe McPhee - Nation Time first pressing or reissue. Complete your Joe McPhee collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. 1 Feb Find a Joe McPhee - Nation Time first pressing or reissue. Complete your Joe McPhee collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Nation Time - Joe McPhee on AllMusic - - Tenor saxophonist Joe McPhee has been a.
22 Aug The strangest records on Spotify: Joe McPhee – Nation Time. Think of this as a grinning punk cousin to Miles Davis's brutal and brilliant. Product Description. Excerpted from KEN VANDERMARK's Liner Notes: "Joe McPhee mapped out a stylistically expansive set, one that embraced methods as . Nation Time, an Album by Joe McPhee. Released in on CjR (catalog no. CJR-2; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz. Rated #42 in the best albums of. 20 Jul In yesterday's review of Joe McPhee's four albums he recorded for CjR, I already remarked that I consider ”Nation Time“ a landmark recording. A jazz record that regularly sells for $ (and sometimes much more) on the secondary market? The Guardian calls it the "grinning punk cousin to Miles Davis '.
release. In , multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee waxed one of the landmark free-funk records: Nation Time. Recorded in concert at Vassar College and. 1 Jan Joe McPhee: Nation Time jazz review by Robert Spencer, published on January 1, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz!. 1 Jan Joe McPhee is, by the evidence presented on this CD, one of the truly great musicians of the postwar era, and probably one of the most. Awesome deep freeform jazz featuring a wicked civil rights era chant at the start! Rare album reissued!.