Gary Peacock – Voice from the Past; Paradigm {ECM}

Gary Peacock – Voice from the Past; Paradigm {ECM}

Post-Bop, Avant-Garde Jazz

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AllMusic Review by David R. Adler

This abstract quartet recording by bassist Gary Peacock features Jan Garbarek on tenor and soprano saxes, Tomasz Stanko on trumpet, and Jack DeJohnette on drums. The interplay between Peacock and DeJohnette, captured roughly two years before the release of the first Keith Jarrett standards record, is especially interesting. One only wishes the horns weren’t so tinny.

Highlights include the freebopping “Moor” (a piece that dates back to the early ’60s), the lyrical “Ode for Tomten,” and the chill-inducing “Voice From the Past.” (The latter resurfaced on 2001’s Amaryllis, with Marilyn Crispell and Paul Motian.)

01. Voice from the Past (11:10)
02. Legends (7:42)
03. Moor (5:04)
04. Allegory (9:39)
05. Paradigm (6:51)
06. Ode for Tomten (9:24)

Gary Peacock – bass
Jan Garbarek – tenor and soprano saxophones
Tomasz Stanko – trumpet
Jack DeJohnette – drums

All compositions by Gary Peacock

Recorded August 1981, Talent Studio, Oslo
Engineer: Jan Erik Kongshaug
Photos and Design: Dieter Rehm
Produced by Manfred Eicher

An ECM production
1982, ECM Records, Postfach 600 331, 8000 München 60

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