Lyons, Jimmy

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Lyons, Jimmy - Other Afternoons Other Afternoons
Jazz New - LP GET 309 Actuel
180gm HQ, Deluxe Gatefold. Recorded In Paris, 1969 W/ Lester Bowie, Alan Silva & Andrew Cyrille. Special Offer-Below Wholesale!... more details
 
Lyons, Jimmy - Give It Up Give It Up
Jazz Used - LP BSR 0087 Black Saint
Mint 1985 Italian Original. Features Enrico Rava.... more details
 
Lyons, Jimmy - Give It Up Give It Up
Jazz New - LP BSR 0087 Black Saint
Sealed 1985 Italian Original, Clean COH. Features Enrico Rava.... more details
 
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Jazz Used - LP Y/Z/Z Hat Hut
Rare 1979 3LP Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Lyons, Jimmy - Other Afternoons Other Afternoons
Jazz Used - LP 529.309 Actuel
Beautiful 1969 Laminated Gatefold Original. The Music Of Jimmy Lyons As A Leader Is Of Main Interest Here, But This Particularly Fine Late-'60s Session Has Other Valuable Lessons To Offer About The Nature Of Jazz Improvising. The Combination Of Lyons With Lester Bowie Is Simply Marvelous. The Alto Saxophonist's Speciality Is A Kind Of Pungent Yet Unsentimental Tone, Kind Of A Thinking Man's Charlie Parker, While Trumpeter Bowie Seems To Pack Every Note, Whether It Is Blasted Or Delicately Blown, With Deep Pockets Of Potential Comedy Or Melancholy. It Is A Perfect Match Of Contrasts, Made Even More Interesting By Both Players' Reliance On Space, In Each Case Developed As An Alternative To The Amount Of Intense Energy Or Sonic Bombast Being Tossed Up By Other Members Of These Players' Regular Associations, The Taylor Group And The Art Ensemble Of Chicago, Respectively. From Drummer Andrew Cyrille And Bassist Alan Silva A Listener Might Expect A Certain Kind Of Firepower As Well As Rhythmic Developments Being Colored In Terms Of Suggestions And Impulses Rather Than Firmly Shoved In A Pocket. These Two Master Players Are Thrilling Here In Their Adventurous Attempts To Give Their Friend Jimmy Lyons A Whole New Sound On His Album. And It Is True; While The Results Can Be Compared To Other Alto Saxophoinist Leaders Of Lyons' Generation, Such As The More Thoughtful Efforts Of Marion Brown, This Album Stands Out As Containing Much Superior Playing, Springing From What Seems To Be A Fully Realized Conception Of Just Where The Music Was Going. The Session Has Been Released By Several Labels, And Not Even The Bomb-Crater-Size Surface-Noise Pockmarks Of The BYG Pressings Can Destroy The Power Of These Performances. "However" Is A Great Tune, So Is The Title Number And The Delicate, Pretty Set-Closer, "My You."... more details
 
Lyons, Jimmy - Other Afternoons Other Afternoons
Jazz New - LP 529.309 BYG
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. The Music Of Jimmy Lyons As A Leader Is Of Main Interest Here, But This Particularly Fine Late-'60s Session Has Other Valuable Lessons To Offer About The Nature Of Jazz Improvising. The Combination Of Lyons With Lester Bowie Is Simply Marvelous. The Alto Saxophonist's Speciality Is A Kind Of Pungent Yet Unsentimental Tone, Kind Of A Thinking Man's Charlie Parker, While Trumpeter Bowie Seems To Pack Every Note, Whether It Is Blasted Or Delicately Blown, With Deep Pockets Of Potential Comedy Or Melancholy. It Is A Perfect Match Of Contrasts, Made Even More Interesting By Both Players' Reliance On Space, In Each Case Developed As An Alternative To The Amount Of Intense Energy Or Sonic Bombast Being Tossed Up By Other Members Of These Players' Regular Associations, The Taylor Group And The Art Ensemble Of Chicago, Respectively. From Drummer Andrew Cyrille And Bassist Alan Silva A Listener Might Expect A Certain Kind Of Firepower As Well As Rhythmic Developments Being Colored In Terms Of Suggestions And Impulses Rather Than Firmly Shoved In A Pocket. These Two Master Players Are Thrilling Here In Their Adventurous Attempts To Give Their Friend Jimmy Lyons A Whole New Sound On His Album. And It Is True; While The Results Can Be Compared To Other Alto Saxophoinist Leaders Of Lyons' Generation, Such As The More Thoughtful Efforts Of Marion Brown, This Album Stands Out As Containing Much Superior Playing, Springing From What Seems To Be A Fully Realized Conception Of Just Where The Music Was Going. The Session Has Been Released By Several Labels, And Not Even The Bomb-Crater-Size Surface-Noise Pockmarks Of The BYG Pressings Can Destroy The Power Of These Performances. "However" Is A Great Tune, So Is The Title Number And The Delicate, Pretty Set-Closer, "My You."... more details
 
Lyons, Jimmy - Wee Sneezawee Wee Sneezawee
Jazz Used - LP BSR 0067 Black Saint
1984 Laminated Cover Original. LP Appears New, Unplayed. Jimmy Lyons, Alto Sax; Raphe Malik, Trumpet; Karen Borca, Bassoon; William Parker, Bass; Paul Murphy, Drums. Tunes Are: "Wee Sneezawaee," "Gossip," "Remembrance," "Shackinback" And "Driads."... more details
 

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