|2||Dance Of Satan||5:16|
|1007||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet (LP, Album, Mono)||ESP Disk||1007||US||1965|
|ESP1007D||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet (5xFile, WAV, RE)||ESP Disk||ESP1007D||US||Unknown|
|GET1030||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet (LP, Album, RE)||Get Back||GET1030||Italy||1998|
|TKCZ-79108||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet (CD, Album, RE)||Venus Records||TKCZ-79108||Japan||1993|
|PAESP-009-L||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet||The Giuseppi Logan Quartet (Cass, Ltd, RE)||Personal Affair||PAESP-009-L||US||2018|
Recorded at: Bell Sound Studios, New York.
The front slick is folded around the back sleeve and covers this a little more than half.
"180 riverside drive new york 10024" address on the back.
Stampers are reversed in deadwax (1007A is on Side B and 1007B is on Side A)
Includes large 22" x 17" Newspaper foldout promotional item with liner notes and articles dated Monday, June 7, 1965
Songs in album Giuseppi Logan - The Giuseppi Logan Quartet 1965. Giuseppi Logan - Table Suite. Giuseppi Logan - Dance Of Satan. Giuseppi Logan - Dialogue. Giuseppi Logan - Taneous. Giuseppi Logan - Bleeker Partita. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Giuseppi Logan May 22, 1935 April 17, 2020 was a jazz musician, originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who taught himself to play piano and drums before switching to reeds at the age of 12. At the age of 15 he began playing with Earl Bostic and later studied at the New England Conservatory. In 1964 he relocated to New York and became active in the free jazz scene. Giuseppi Logan: alto sax, tenor sax, pakistani oboe, bass clarinet, flute Don Pullen: piano Eddie Gomez: bass Milford Graves: drums, tabla. Recorded on October 5, 1964 at Bell Studios, free to Giuseppi Logan Quartet The Giuseppi Logan Quartet Table Suite, Dance of Satan and more. 5 tracks 45:46. Review by Stewart Mason One of the more mysterious figures on the always mysterious label ESP-Disk, Giuseppi Logan was a Philadelphia-born reedman who made only two recordings as a leader and less than a dozen more as a sideman before disappearing entirely. The Giuseppi Logan Quartet. Format Name. Giuseppi Logan resurfaced just over a year ago, after having been absent from the jazz scene for nearly forty years, a comeback seemed unlikely. Homeless at the time, Logan could often be found playing for tips in Tompkins Square Park on a pawn shop alto sax - not the most prestigious gig in New York. He had just started playing again after decades away from the music, and with other priorities such as finding a permanent place to live taking center stage, a jazz comeback seemed a steep hill to climb for the 75 year old multi-instrumentalist and composer. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Giuseppi Logan Quartet, 1964. Table Suite, 05:51. Dance of Satan, 06:20. Dialogue, 08:24. Now playing . One of the more mysterious figures on the always mysterious label ESP-Disk, Giuseppi Logan was a Philadelphia-born reedman who made only two recordings as a leader and less than a dozen more as a sideman before disappearing entirely. One of the most uncompromisingly out free jazz records of its time, this 1964 session features Logan on tenor and alto sax, Pakistani oboe, clarinet, flute, and even bass, backed with a piano-bass-drums trio featuring drummer Milford Graves, the leading free jazz drummer of the New York scene. Bass Eddie Gomez. Composed By, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Oboe Giuseppi Logan. Design Howard Bernstein. Drums Milford Graves. The Giuseppi Logan Quartet is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by GIUSEPPI LOGAN released in 1965 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette