Genre: Jazz
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


The Woody Shaw Quintet Tokyo '81 180g LP

The Woody Shaw Quintet

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Newly Discovered Performance On 180g Virgin Vinyl LP!

A complete previously unissued quintet performance in Japan by the great Woody Shaw. This remarkable concert features Shaw's classic group with trombonist Steve Turre, pianist Mulgrew Miller, bassist Stafford James, and drummer Tony Reedus. The album includes a 16 pg. booklet containing special essays by famed jazz producer Michael Cuscuna and Shaw's son Woody Shaw III.

• Limited Edition
• 180g Virgin Vinyl
• Gatefold jacket
• 16 page booklet
• Special essays by famed jazz producer Michael Cuscuna & by Shaw's son, Woody Shaw III
• All tracks previously unissued

Woody Shaw, trumpet, flugelhorn
Steve Turre, trombone, percussion
Mulgrew Miller, piano
Stafford James, bass
Tony Reedus, drums

Side A:

1. Rosewood
2. 'Round Midnight
Side B:
1. Apex
2. Song Of Songs
3. Theme For Maxine

Live in Tokyo, Japan, December 7, 1981

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