The Art Ensemble Of Chicago - Fanfare For The Warriors album
Fanfare for the Warriors is a 1973 album by the Art Ensemble of Chicago first released on the Atlantic label. It features performances by Lester Bowie, Joseph Jarman, Roscoe Mitchell, Malachi Favors Maghostut and Don Moye along with AACM leader Muhal Richard Abrams. all of the selections have their own musical personality.
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The Art Ensemble of Chicago's first (and arguably most significant) period concluded with this high-quality studio session, Fanfare for the Warriors. The quintet (trumpeter Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell and Joseph Jarman on reeds, bassist Malachi Favors and drummer Don Moye) provides concise but adventurous performances. High points include Mitchell's "Nonnaah," Bowie's humorous "Barnyard Scuffel Shuffle" and "Tnoona," but all of the selections have their own musical personality. It's a fine showcase for this important avant-garde unit.
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Bass Saxophone – Roscoe MitchellPercussion, Vocals [Vocal Effects] – The Art Ensemble Of ChicagoVoice [Poem Recitation] – Joseph Jarman
|A2||Barnyard Scuffel Shuffel||5:07|
|B1||Fanfare For The Warriors||8:08|
|B2||What's To Say||3:57|
Vocals – The Art Ensemble Of Chicago
- Remastered At – Atlantic Studios
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Joseph Jarman
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Piccolo Flute – Roscoe Mitchell
- Art Direction, Design – Bob Defrin
- Artwork [Hand Coloring] – Curtice Taylor
- Bass – Malachi Favors
- Coordinator [Atlantic Jazzlore Series] – Ilhan Mimaroglu
- Percussion – Don Moye*
- Photography By – Lauren Deutsch
- Piano – Muhal Richard Abrams
- Producer, Liner Notes – Michael Cuscuna
- Recorded By [Original Recording] – Christian Sabold*
- Remastered By – George Piros
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Lester Bowie
NotesRe-release from 1982 of the original album released as Atlantic SD 1651 in 1974
|SD 1651||The Art Ensemble Of Chicago||Fanfare For The Warriors (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 1651||US||1974|
|ATL 50 304||The Art Ensemble Of Chicago||Fanfare For The Warriors (LP, Album, TP)||Atlantic||ATL 50 304||Germany||1976|
|90046-1||The Art Ensemble Of Chicago||Fanfare For The Warriors (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Atlantic||90046-1||US||1982|
|4M109||The Art Ensemble Of Chicago||Fanfare For The Warriors (LP, Album, RE)||4 Men With Beards||4M109||US||2001|
|756 79 0046-1||The Art Ensemble Of Chicago||Fanfare For The Warriors (LP, Album)||Atlantic||756 79 0046-1||Portugal||1982|