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  1. Another upcoming release from Jazz Detective: Another great find from the brilliant producer Zev Feldman, Mal Waldron & Steve Lacy: The Mighty Warriors: Live in Antwerp features a previously unreleased live concert recording from Waldron and Lacy with Reggie Workman and Andrew Cyrille. The 180-gram vinyl limited edition 2-LP set will be available via Elemental Music on Record Store Day, April 20, 2024 with the 2-CD set, streaming and downloads to follow on April 26. The package includes reflections by producer Zev Feldman and acclaimed jazz writer Adam Shatz, as well as the testimonies of the concert’s bassist Reggie Workman, and drummer Andrew Cyrille. The extensive booklet also contains interviews with Jane Bunnett, David Virelles, David Liebman, Vijay Iyer, Evan Parker, and Mal Waldron’s widow, Hiromi Waldron, as well as never before seen photos from the actual concert taken by Hugo Peeters. The music was transferred from the original tapes (preserved by Patrick Wilen, son of legendary saxophonist Barney Wilen), mastered for vinyl by Matthew Lutthans at The Mastering Lab, and pressed by Memphis Record Pressing.
  2. Last week's Night Lights show, focusing on Waldron's late 1950s and early 60s music, up for online listening: Soul Eyes: The Early Mal Waldron Songbook
  3. Has anyone ever heard this record? Klaus Weiss Quintet - Child's Prayer (MRC/EMI Electrola, 1978) I've never heard it before, and I'd be interested to hear your thoughts about it. Mal Waldron's presence on the LP is what drew me to it. Here's the personnel: - Drums – Klaus Weiss - Tenor Saxophone – Roman Schwaller - Guitar – Günter Möll - Piano – Mal Waldron - Bass – Rocky Knauer I'm not familiar with any of these musicians other than Weiss and Waldron -- and Weiss only vaguely. Still, I'm intrigued.
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