Vision One: Vision Festival 1997 Compiled

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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
This limited-edition double-CD sold for less than the price of a single disc is a compendium of the second annual Vision Festival held in New York City. Many of the artists who performed also record for AUM Fidelity, but many here do not. Strictly speaking, a compilation such as this one should stand on its own merit, divorced entirely from its context. Volume one does so nicely, offering us a glimpse of artists caught in the heat of performance, offering us their finest work at that moment. Many of the acts on this disc were created just for this festival. Take for instance the Hurricane Trio comprised of bass god William Parker who is all over these two CDs, tenorman Glen ...
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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
This limited-edition double-CD sold for less than the price of a single disc is a compendium of the second annual Vision Festival held in New York City. Many of the artists who performed also record for AUM Fidelity, but many here do not. Strictly speaking, a compilation such as this one should stand on its own merit, divorced entirely from its context. Volume one does so nicely, offering us a glimpse of artists caught in the heat of performance, offering us their finest work at that moment. Many of the acts on this disc were created just for this festival. Take for instance the Hurricane Trio comprised of bass god William Parker who is all over these two CDs, tenorman Glen Spearman, and drummer Paul Murphy. They exist as a trio for this date only, their signature scrawled indelibly over the proceedings with their ribbons of sound approach, deep African witness and frightening vocal improvisation. There is also the Mark Dresser Quartet, playing its own brand of improvisational chamber music, which is a relief after the pyrotechnics of Hurricane. John Zorn and Susie Ibarra play a nothing less than astonishing duet of wild counterpoint and arpeggiated accents. Large ensembles are also present Butch Morris' big band, William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra and the Patricia Nicholson Ensemble. Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore makes an appearance with Matthew Shipp, Rob Brown, Jon Voight, and Laurence Cook. It's a pounding screech fest, but there are solid moments when Moore connects with Shipp and Brown, spiraling into a new metalingual space. Mind-blowing are the David S. Ware Quartet with Shipp, Parker, and Ibarra, Rashied Ali's Prima Materia doing Coltrane's "Meditations," and Assif Tashar's band with very special guest altoist John Tchicai. Essentially, these discs are edited for diversity and power -- which is the right thing to do. The sequencing is impeccable, the sound is phenomenal, and, in sum total, Vol. 1 is a massive dose of textured, wildly varied free jazz and spontaneous composition. It's an excellent introduction to a truly great independent label, and a salivating taste of what being there might have been like.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/18/1998
  • Label: Aum Fidelity
  • UPC: 642623300725
  • Catalog Number: 7

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Trio Hurricane - Trio Hurricane (6:34)
  2. 2 Bosnia - Mark Dresser (7:35)
  3. 3 [Untitled Track] - Susie Ibarra (5:12)
  4. 4 Hoang - The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra (13:49)
  5. 5 Fuzz Against Junk - John Voigt (7:54)
  6. 6 Vision Statement 2 - Rob Brown (9:29)
  7. 7 Lockup '97 (8:27)
  8. 8 We Remember You - Roy Campbell Jr. (7:28)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Coleus in Bloom/Paradox - Cooper Moore (13:18)
  2. 2 Song (2:47)
  3. 3 Meditation - Prima Materia (7:46)
  4. 4 Seasoning the Greens (15:17)
  5. 5 Conduction, No. 72 (7:34)
  6. 6 Event Horizon - Assif Tsahar (9:55)
  7. 7 Dewey's Banquet (12:53)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Mark Dresser Bass
Lawrence "Butch" Morris Track Performer
David S. Ware Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Borah Bergman Piano, Track Performer
Matthew Shipp Piano, Track Performer
William Parker Bass, Leader
Denis Charles Drums
Roy Campbell Jr. Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Track Performer
Tiye Giraud Vocals, gourd
Lewis Barnes Trumpet
Louis Belogenis Tenor Saxophone
Robert Smoky Babe Brown Flute
Allan Chase Alto Saxophone
Joseph Daley Tuba, Baritone Horn
Marco Eneidi Alto Saxophone
Klaas Hekman Bass Saxophone
Masahiko Kono Trombone
Alex Lodico Trombone
Thurston Moore Guitar, Track Performer
Paul Murphy Drums
David Sewelson Baritone Saxophone
Glenn Spearman Tenor Saxophone
John Tchicai Tenor Saxophone, Track Performer
John Zorn Alto Saxophone, Track Performer
Trio Hurricane Track Performer
John Voigt Bass, Track Performer
Prima Materia Track Performer
Richard Keene Tenor Saxophone
Kevin Norton Drums
Rob Brown Flute, Alto Saxophone
Denman Maroney Piano
David S. Ware Quartet Track Performer
Rashid Bakr Drums
Susie Ibarra Percussion, Drums, Track Performer
Chris Jonas Soprano Saxophone
Assif Tsahar Tenor Saxophone, Track Performer
Other Dimensions in Music Track Performer
Richard Rodriguez Trumpet
Daniel Carter Flute, Trumpet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Earl Howard Saxophone
Wilber Morris Bass
Greg Murphy Piano
The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra Track Performer
Cooper Moore Piano
Matt Moran Vibes
Technical Credits
Mark Dresser Composer
Ben Young Compilation Assistant
Jeff Schlanger Cover Art
Heinz Geisser Composer
Steven Joerg Producer
Alain Kirili Sculpture
Nimbus Mastering
Guerino Mazzola Composer
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