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Jazz CD arrow Noise of Trouble - Last exit

Noise of Trouble - Last exit

Price: EUR 35.95 (including 0 % tax)

1.Straw Dog/You Got Me Rockin'/Take Cover/Ma Rainey/Crack Butter
2.Pig Cheese
3.Panzer Be-Bop
4.Base Metal
5.Blind Willie
6.Needles Balls
7.Civil War Test
8.Help Me Mo I'm Blind

Sonny Sharrock - Peter Brotzmann - Bill Laswell - Shannon Jackson - Herbie Hancock - Akira Sakata.

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Customer Reviews:

MM gouweloos  (Friday, 08 April 2005)
Rating: 5
last exit is probably the best fusion ive heard since miles davis' work of the 70s. this builds on the framework davis created then, but completely
taking it to the next level, a goddam firestorm of sound that becomes the saddest blues and the most melodic jazz in a matter of seconds. EVERYONE on
this album deserves attention, not just sonny sharrock, though he was probably the most intense guitar player the earth has seen since hendrix's
passing. brotzmann, laswell, jackson, and hancock all give incredible performances, esp. on the last song, where herbie's delicate, lilting piano
lines are raped and impaled by brotzmann's blistering sax. laswell and jackson also, as they make for one of the most interesting, skilled rhythm
sections ive ever heard. i can't praise this album (and this band) enough.

Sonny Sharrock was simply the greatest slide
guitarist in the world, and that's that. Here he is in his aptly titled group Last Exit, with German free saxophonist Peter Brotzmann, Ornette's
former Prime Time drummer, Ronald Shannon Jackson, and bassist Bill Laswell (who did the mixes on Miles' Panthalassa album). This, along with Live in
New York, is Sonny Sharrock's only live album, a masterpiece of the future, showing the guitarist at the height of his powers, blending Led Zeppelin's
bluesy, powerful force of movement and John coltrane's free jazz explorations into the unknown. Any crazy Sharrock fan must buy this album.

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