3 Compositions of New Jazz
|3 Compositions of New Jazz|
|Studio album by Anthony Braxton|
|Recorded||27 March 1968,10 April 1968|
|Producer||Robert G. Koester|
|Anthony Braxton chronology|
3 Compositions of New Jazz is the debut album by Anthony Braxton released in 1968 on the Delmark label. It features performances by Braxton, Leroy Jenkins and Leo Smith with Muhal Richard Abrams appearing on two tracks.
The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4½ stars stating "This is a long and tough listen, but it's a light one in comparison to For Alto. And make no mistake: It is outrageously forward-thinking, if not — arguably — downright visionary. Braxton's 3 Compositions of New Jazz is an essential document of the beginning of the end".
All songs written and composed by Anthony Braxton, except where noted.
|1.||"(840m)-Realize-44M-44M (Composition 6 E)"||20:03*|
|2.||"N-M488-44M-Z (Composition 6 D)"||12:57*|
|3.||"The Bell" (Leo Smith)||10:31|
*These first two tracks are graphically titled. This is an attempt to translate the title.
- Recorded at Sound Studios, Chicago, IL on March 27 (track 1) and April 10 (tracks 2 & 3), 1968
- Anthony Braxton – alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, clarinet, flute, oboe musette, accordion, bells, snare drum, mixer
- Leroy Jenkins – violin, viola, harmonica, bass drum, recorder, cymbals, slide whistle
- Wadada Leo Smith – trumpet, mellophone, xylophone, kazoo
- Muhal Richard Abrams – piano (track 2 & 3), cello, alto clarinet (track 3)