Brown, Marion - Les Temps Fou (Musique du film de Marcel Camus) vinyl lp (due to size and weight, this price for the USA only. Outside of the USA, the price will be adjusted as needed)

Marion Brown - alto sax, bells
Gunter Hampel - vibes, bass clarinet, tree bells
Ambrose Jackson - trumpet cow bells, tambour
Barre Phillips - contra basse, castanetes, whistle
Steve McCall - drums, triangle, tambour
Alain Corneau - claves, cow bells

Marion Brown is one of my favorite jazz sax players who first emerged in the 60s and this 1969 album is a pretty good one filled with the fire of free jazz of the late 60s (it was recorded September, 1968). This is insanely rare and is never seen for under four figures these days. But here it is again.

“Le Tres Jazz Club present a reissue of Marion Brown's Le Temps Fou (Musique du film de Marcel Camus), originally released in 1969. Marion Brown, who moved to Europe two years earlier than 1969, and records, in the legendary Parisian studio Davout, the soundtrack of the movie by Marcel Camus entitled Le Temps Fou.
The movie starred Nino Ferrer was out in 1970 under the title Un été sauvage. Fallen into oblivion, Le Temps Fou was printed in very few copies and is almost impossible to find in its original pressing.”
  • LabelLes Tres Jazz Club
  • UPC3700604735854
Your Price $36.00

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