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Composed By – Frank Lowe. Composed By – Charles Shaw. The Flam (LP, Album). The Flam (CDr, Album, RE).
Frank Lowe (June 24, 1943 – September 19, 2003) was an American avant-garde jazz saxophonist and composer. Born and brought up in Memphis, Tennessee, Lowe took up the tenor saxophone at the age of 12. As an adult he moved to San Francisco, where he met Ornette Coleman.
Album · 1975 · 5 Songs. A truly unclassifiable bit of madness from the great tenor player Frank Lowe, The Flam finds him breaking free from the hard-blowing freakout fests of the New York free jazz scene and moving on to something entirely different. At the time of The Flam’s recording, Lowe was fresh from groundbreaking sideman work on Don Cherry’s equally adventurous Brown Rice, and the heady experimentalism of those sessions seems to have at least partially informed Lowe’s work here. On the whole, though, The Flam is a far more intimidating, less welcoming work than Cherry’s
Artists Frank Lowe The Flam. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 64/148 BPM).
FRANK LOWE - The Flam. Filed under Avant-Garde Jazz By FRANK LOWE. A1 Sun Voyage 7:35 A2 Flam 14:03 B1 Be-Bo-Bo-Be 10:53 B2 Third St. Stomp 10:21 B3 . Double Bass, Electric Bass – Alex Blake Drums – Charles Bobo Shaw Tenor Saxophone – Frank Lowe Trombone – Joseph Bowie Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Flute – Leo Smith. Black Saint – BSR 0005 (Italy). Rec. Ocotber 20/21,1975 Generation Sound Studios, NYC. Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Listen to The Flam now. Listen to The Flam in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Sir Frank Budge Lowe is a pioneer of the advertising agency. He first rose to fame running Collett Dickenson Pearce, which he built into one of the best known agencies in the United Kingdom. In 1981, he started Lowe Howard-Spink, which eventually became Lowe & Partners Worldwide. In 1979 Lowe arranged sponsorship of the Queen's Club Championships which became known as the Stella Artois tournament, an arrangement that lasted almost 30 years. He became founder and president.
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Written-By – Joseph Bowie
Written-By – Frank Lowe
Written-By – Charles Shaw*
|4||Third St. Stomp
Written-By – Blake*, Shaw*, Lowe*, Bowie*, Smith*
Written-By – Leo Smith*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Black Saint
- Copyright (c) – Black Saint
- Distributed By – IREC Milano
- Published By – IREC Milano
- Glass Mastered At – IMS International Media Service S.p.A.
- Recorded At – Generation Sound Studios
- Artwork [Cover Art] – Ariel Soulè*
- Bass, Electric Bass – Alex Blake
- Drums – Charles Bobo Shaw
- Engineer – Tony May
- Photography By [Cover Photos] – Giuseppe G. Pino*
- Producer – Giacomo Pellicciotti
- Tenor Saxophone – Frank Lowe
- Trombone – Joseph Bowie
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Flute [Woodflute] – Leo Smith*
NotesRecorded October 20-21/1975 at Generation Sound Studios, New York.
℗ 1976 Black Saint
© 1976 Black Saint
Manufactured in Italy
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 27312 00052 8
- Barcode (String): 027312000528
- Matrix / Runout: 120005-2
- Matrix / Runout (Additional Matrix Data): www.imsspa.it
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV03
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2527
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