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Mike Osborne With Harry Miller & Tony Levin

'Birmingham Jazz Concert' CD

Description

'Birmingham Jazz Concert' by Mike Osborne. CD. Unreleased genius from British altoist Mike Osborne and a set that easily matches his classic albums of the 70s. The set is a wonderfully tight trio outing that features Osborne's alto alongside the bass of Harry Miller and drums of Tony Levin, and which has a searching, spiritual quality that's even deeper than most other British work of the time. Store Recommendation: "We've never heard Osborne play with so much feeling, really underscoring the sound with a full, rich quality that grounds the whole proceedings nicely, a soaring, majestic energy that's a far cry from some of the unstructured freedom from other Brit groups"

Item ID: 10200851

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Plastic 100%
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Designer : Mike Osborne With Harry Miller & Tony Levin

Michael Evans Osborne was an English jazz alto saxophonist, pianist and clarinetist. Best known for his contributions as a member to the Chris McGregor band Brotherhood of Breath in the 1960s and 1970s. From 1962-1972, Osborne belonged to the Mike Westbrook band. During this period Osborne worked with musicians such as Michael Gibbs, Mike Cooper, Stan Tracey, Kenny Wheeler, Humphrey Lyttelton, Alan Skidmore and John Surman. During 1974-75 Osborne was part of the saxophone trio S.O.S. with John Surman and Alan Skidmore. They recorded an LP plus BBC radio and television sessions and toured extensively in much of Europe. In 1982 Osborne fell ill and he died of lung cancer on 19 September 2007.

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