The Art Of The Improvisers
The American saxophone player Archie Shepp (1937) counts as one of the most important representatives of ‘free jazz’ as it was developed in the sixties. His quartet with trombone player Roswell Rudd (1935) is a prime example hereof. Live recordings in San Francisco from 1966.
Archie Shepp: Live in San Francisco (Impulse CD IMPD 254)