On May 22, 1972, Alan Braufman's 21st birthday, the downtown NYC jazz saxophonist played live on the air at Columbia University's radio station, WKCR, as a duo with pianist Cooper-Moore (then Gene Ashton). The musicians played an intense 18-minute set that was only heard once-live on the air. The tapes were recently found and remastered. Now, this raw and powerful document of New York City's early seventies avant-garde jazz scene will be released on vinyl for the first time ever, as a single-sided 12', limited to 250 copies worldwide.
On May 22, 1972, Alan Braufman's 21st birthday, the downtown NYC jazz saxophonist played live on the air at Columbia University's radio station, WKCR, as a duo with pianist Cooper-Moore (then Gene Ashton). The musicians played an intense 18-minute set that was only heard once-live on the air. The tapes were recently found and remastered. Now, this raw and powerful document of New York City's early seventies avant-garde jazz scene will be released on vinyl for the first time ever, as a single-sided 12', limited to 250 copies worldwide.
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Live At Wkcr May 22 1972
Artist: Alan Braufman / Cooper-Moore
Format: Vinyl
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On May 22, 1972, Alan Braufman's 21st birthday, the downtown NYC jazz saxophonist played live on the air at Columbia University's radio station, WKCR, as a duo with pianist Cooper-Moore (then Gene Ashton). The musicians played an intense 18-minute set that was only heard once-live on the air. The tapes were recently found and remastered. Now, this raw and powerful document of New York City's early seventies avant-garde jazz scene will be released on vinyl for the first time ever, as a single-sided 12', limited to 250 copies worldwide.