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Perhaps Waldron's finest moment. Playing electric piano exclusively he sacrifices some of his touch, but the ensemble work with Jimmy Jackson, on organ, and Weber & Braceful (from Wolfgang Dauner's late 60's groups) propels this into a psychedelic-groove never-never-land. This is a more jazz-oriented take on Embryo's "Steig Aus" lp on which Waldron & Jackson also combine to great effect. It's a little bit of heaven right here on earth. This has been out of print for years. Grab it while you can.


Born: August 16, 1926 in New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A pianist with a brooding, rhythmic, introverted style, Mal Waldron's playing has long been flexible enough to fit into both hard bop and freer settings. Influenced by Thelonious Monk's use of space, Waldron has had his own distinctive chord voicings nearly from the start. Early on, Waldron played jazz on alto and classical music on piano, but he switched permanently to jazz piano while at Queens College. He freelanced around New York in the early '50s with Ike Quebec (for whom he made his recording...
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The Call, Mal Waldron
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Hard Bop
  • Released: 1979

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