Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing. In 1975, four legends teamed up and gave birth to one of the best rhythm groups of the 1970s... four musicians that had played music at the highest level all their lives and gained their status as both stand-alone artists and important sidemen. Each of them had participated in many of jazz's great moments and all four shared the ability, documented on many albums, to inspire their fellow musicians to even greater heights. In 1975, the Eastern Rebellion collective was born. On saxophone, we have George Coleman. On the piano, we have Cedar Walton. On bass, we have Sam Jones.
Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing. In 1975, four legends teamed up and gave birth to one of the best rhythm groups of the 1970s... four musicians that had played music at the highest level all their lives and gained their status as both stand-alone artists and important sidemen. Each of them had participated in many of jazz's great moments and all four shared the ability, documented on many albums, to inspire their fellow musicians to even greater heights. In 1975, the Eastern Rebellion collective was born. On saxophone, we have George Coleman. On the piano, we have Cedar Walton. On bass, we have Sam Jones.
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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 06/18/2021
UPC: 804589493709

Eastern Rebellion
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Limited 180gm clear vinyl LP pressing. In 1975, four legends teamed up and gave birth to one of the best rhythm groups of the 1970s... four musicians that had played music at the highest level all their lives and gained their status as both stand-alone artists and important sidemen. Each of them had participated in many of jazz's great moments and all four shared the ability, documented on many albums, to inspire their fellow musicians to even greater heights. In 1975, the Eastern Rebellion collective was born. On saxophone, we have George Coleman. On the piano, we have Cedar Walton. On bass, we have Sam Jones.