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Boxset / Compilation · 1974

Tracklist

A1 –Gato Barbieri Para Nosotros 8:00
A2 –Michael White Preytude 2:36
A3 –John Coltrane Cosmos 10:44
B1 –Albert Ayler Change Has Come 6:18
B2 –Archie Shepp Basheer 5:57
B3 –John Klemmer The Tree Of Forbidden Fruit 8:55
C1 –Marion Brown Tokolokoloka, Part Two 9:21
C2 –Sam Rivers Tenor Saxophone Section From Suite For Molde 11:25
D1 –Pharoah Sanders Red, Black & Green 8:53
D2 –Sun Ra The Cosmo-Fire 7:17
D3 –Dewey Redman Innerconnection 5:26

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ABC Records ‎– AS-9267/2 (US)

A1 Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, October 17, 1973. From Chapter Two: Hasta Siempre issued simultaneously with this album.
A2 Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, February 8, 1973. This is a previously unissued track.
A3 Recorded in performance at The Penthouse, Seattle, Washington, September 30, 1965. (Recording-quality-conscious listeners are to be advised that the distortion at the head and static noise at 9:10 exist on the original master recording). From Live In Seattle.
B1 Recorded in performance at The Village Theatre, New York City, September 26, 1967. From In Greenwich Village.
B2 Recorded at Van Gelder Recording, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. August 19, 1966. This is a shortened version of the master originally issued. From Mama Too Tight.
B3 Recorded in performance at The Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland, July 6, 1973. This is a shortened sec of the complete performance. This is a previously unissued performance.
C1 Recorded at Intermedia Sound, Boston, Mass., June 5, 1973. From Geechee Recollections.
C2 Recorded in performance at the Molde Jazz Festival, Molde, Norway, March 8, 1973. This is a shortened section of the complete performance. This is a previously unreleased track.
D1 Recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles, November 25, 1970, with the second tenor part added at The Record Plant, New York, January 12, 1971. From Thembi.
D2 Recorded at El Saturn Studio, Chicago, Ill., May 7, 1972. From Astro Black.
D3 Recorded at Generation Sound, New York City, June 8, 1973. This is an alternate take of the master heard on The Ear Of The Behearer.

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ABC Records compilation, “No Energy Crisis” , features one of the most unattractive and banal album covers ever, yet houses some of the hottest avant-garde jazz from that era. In fact, this may very well be the best compilation of early avant-garde jazz ever as it contains an all-star roster that leaves very few of the big names out. It also helps that almost every track is an absolute smoker as the players enthusiastically dig into the ‘new sound’ of the early days of free jazz. Free jazz is the tie that binds much of these artists together, but there is plenty of variety on here too. John Klemmer plays loose and noisy jazz rock, Gato Barbieri performs wild and chaotic Brazilian grooves, while Marion Brown backs his saxophone explorations with an African percussion ensemble. Side two of this four record set features some imaginative ensemble arrangements by Archie Shepp and Albert Ayler. At least four tracks on “No Energy Crisis” did not appear on any previous recordings, which furthers its value to the jazz vinyl collector.

Like most compilations, “No Energy Crisis” never made it to CD, or even vinyl re-issue, but it still shows up at used record resources for fairly reasonable prices. If you want to hear eleven of the biggest names in early avant-garde jazz history playing at their best, its all right here.

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