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JOHN SURMAN/JOHN WARREN Tales Of The Algonquin (Presenting one of the most distinctive British jazz albums ever made, originally released in 1971 as part of the Decca British Jazz Explosion series and highly sought-after. Remastered andcut from the original master tapes by Gearbox Records, pressed at Optimal on 180-gram heavyweight black vinyl. Also starring Harry Beckett, Alan Skidmore, Mike Osborne, John Taylor, Stan Sulzmann, and more. Retro-style flipback picture sleeve, with 12 x 12 insert and new liner notes, hype sticker & factory sealed. Recommended)

TRACKLISTING AND EXTRA INFORMATION
<B>As featured in Jazzwise Presents 'The 100 Jazz Albums That Shook the World'</B>

Continuing the 'British Jazz Explosion' vinyl reissue series is John Surman, John Warren / Tales of the Algonquin. This album was recently included in Jazzwise Magazine's “The 100 Jazz Albums That Shook The World” and they praised it with “The Big Beast of the Brit-Jazz golden age” & “The masterpiece that is”. The jazz collectors' bible, The Penguin Guide to Jazz awarded the album with a coveted crown and it was complemented further with “masterpiece, conceived on a grand scale, meticulously executed and marked by superb soloing… legendary status among British jazz fans”. In 2005 for a CD review of the album, John Fordham at The Guardian wrote “This is a significant UK jazz document - but it's a richly colourful piece of large-scale jazz-making first and foremost” as well as giving it four stars.

Since the album's original release in 1971, it has continued to be on critics' radars and jazz fans' wants-lists. Featuring a 16-piece band with a 27 year old Surman, it's a rich sound full of twists and turns - some with Surman's heavy Coltrane influenced playing, helped along with John Taylor's beautiful piano, positioned artfully with Warren's band - sixteen members that also include Mike Osborne, Stan Sulzmann, Barre Phillips, Harry Miller, Alan Jackson, Stu Martin, John Taylor, Alan Skidmore, Harry Beckett and Kenny Wheeler, a.o.

Reissued on vinyl as a limited print run with thick card 'flip-back' laminated sleeve plus a 12x12 insert with new in-depth liner notes by Tony Higgins with interviews by Surman, Warren and the album producer Peter Eden. The audio has been lovingly remastered by Gearbox from the original master tapes and is pressed on 180grm vinyl by Optimal.

Side One
1. With Terry's Help
2. The Dandelion
3. We'll Make It
4. Picture Tree

Side Two
Tales Of The Algonquin
I. The Purple Swan
II. Shingebis And The North Wind
III. The Adventures Of Manabush
IV. The White Water Lily
V. Wihio The Wanderer

Artist - John Surman (click link for complete listing)
Title - Tales Of The Algonquin - Remastered 180 Gram - Sealed (click link for more of the same title)
Release Date - 06 Jan 2023
Year of Release - 2022
Format - vinyl LP album (LP record)
Record Label - Decca / Gearbox Records
Catalogue No - 4539740
Country of Origin - United Kingdom
Language - Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Audiophile – This is an Audiophile item. Click link for similar items
Additional info - Sealed, Picture Sleeve
Barcode - 602445397402
Condition - Factory sealed from new. This item is unplayed. Click here for more info.
RareVinyl.com Ref No - JDTLPTA804804
Related Artists - Music Explosion.

GENRES
British Jazz, Jazz.

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