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Marion Brown

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Great clip Clifford! Cool to see Roscoe Mitchell's Sound in his record collection.

Indeed, that was something to see... must have just come out at the time.

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I did not know that Deval Patrick was the son of Pat Patrick.

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Too bad the Japanese release of this title was cancelled (a number of years ago.) Listening now to a vinyl rip.

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On 11.11.2004 at 7:27 PM, Late said:

What do you think of the music of Marion Brown?

I like it.

Here are my two LPs:

Brown,Marion    Soul Eyes    1978    Baystate(jap)    6036
Brown,Marion    November Cotton Flower    1979    Baystate(jap)    6066

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On 22.10.2010 at 11:14 PM, clifford_thornton said:

 

 

Could it be Favre? Sounds and sort of looks like him.

 

It is Mani Neumeier. Drummer of the early Irène Schweizer Trio and co-counder of Guru Guru a.o..

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Random question: Does anyone know of any subsequent saxophone players who have claimed Marion Brown as a particular model for them?

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A short film about Brown, made by Harry English in 1967.

Interesting for me is the fact that he was clearly listening to Roscoe Mitchell even in 1967 before Paris: there is a lingering shot of an implausibly clean apartment with a copy of Sounds propped on the wall.  Brown, of all the NY Ascension crowd, seems to be the only one who attempted to assimilate what he was hearing from the Chicagoans.

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