Anatole Gerasimov – “Angle of Living” (2 CD)

 

Musical analogues: Yusef Lateef, Buddy Collette, Frank Wess.

Album genrespost bop, hard bop, modern creative, jazz instrument, saxophone jazz, world fusion.

Written by (except 4 and 8 in CD1) and arranged byAnatole Gerasimov

Record participants: Anatole Gerasimov Quartet in the line-up: Anatole Gerasimov – shacuhachi, flute, soprano saxophone; Anton Revnyuk – bass guitar; Yuri Genbachev – percussion; Dmitry Sevastyanov – drums; Sergey Bogusevich – keyboards

Recorded indifferent years / Released in2012


Catalogue number: AB-CD-04-2012-017


Barcode:1977721673181


2 CDs


Languages of the booklet: Russian, English


Publishing House: OOO “ArtBeat”, 127051, Moscow, Trubnaya st., 32, building 4


Sales Department: + 7.903.2090450


 

Anatole Gerasimov played in the Duke Ellington Orchestra, worked with Chet Baker, Jaco Pastorius, John Scofield, became famous on both sides of the Atlantic and was the first Russian jazzman to be included in the encyclopedia "Jazz Legends". The album "Angle of Living" presents the recordings made live on the Moscow independent radio station "RaKurs" during the concert series "Moscow Swing" in 1996-97.

Album review

“In the years from 1995 till 1998 I happened to work at the Moscow radio station “Rakurs” under the pseudonym Konstantin Volkov, my working day was Saturday and the segment from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. became for me the heart of Saturday day, it was the time of my program “Moscow Swing”. The point is that “Rakurs” possessed a record studio adjacent to the broadcast studio and the premises could be used for live performances of musicians, it happened two or three times a week, the rest of the time tone room worked as a record studio.

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