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Malachi Favors (August 22, 1927–January 30, 2004) was an American jazz bassist who played with the Art Ensemble of Chicago. Favors's tendency to dissemble about his age was a well-known source of mirth to fellow musicians of his generation". Most reference works give his year of birth of 1937, but, following his death, his daughter stated that it was 1927.
Malachi Favors Maghostut. Profilo: American jazz bassist, born: August 22, 1927, Lexington, Mississippi; died: January 30, 2004, Chicago, Illinois. Tatsu Aoki, Malachi Favors Maghostut - 2 X 4 (CD, Album).
With Aoki, you usually hear him in a variety of solo and ensemble settings, so to match him with Favors was a masterstroke. If you like improvised music with no boundaries and the sonic possibilities the upright bass can conjure, this is going to please you, the challenged listener.
Malachi Favors Maghostut, bass; Tatsu Aoki, bass, little percussion instruments. Hanah Jon Taylor, soprano, tenor sax, flute, keyboards; Malachi Favors Maghostut, bass; Vincent Davis, drums. Union Terrace, University Of Wisconsin", Madison, WI, October 10, 2003; "Velvet Lounge", Chicago, IL, October 16, 2003. Talkin' To You. Au Privave. Electric Elephant Dance.
Performer: Tatsu Aoki Genre: Jazz Album: 2 X 4 Released: 1999 Style: Free Improvisation.
Malachi Favors (August 22, 1927, Lexington, Mississippi – January 30, 2004, Chicago, Illinois) was an American jazz bassist who played with the Art Ensemble of Chicago. with Art Ensemble of Chicago. At some point he added the word "Maghostut" to his name and because of this he is commonly listed as "Malachi Favors Maghostut" Favors was a protégé of Chicago bassist Wilbur Ware. His first known recording was a 1953 session with tenor saxophonist Paul Bascomb. 2 x 4 (Southport Records, 1999). With Wadada Leo Smith.
John Morgan Newbern adopted the name MALACHI for the single album he recorded way back on August 17th, 1966 in Flower Child, San Francisco. His adopted name was taken from the Jewish prophet in the Hebrew Bible, and thus his sole album HOLY MUSIC is one of the very first truly psychedelic albums that was designed to evoke the spiritual, that is to melt the boundaries between the mundane and profound.
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