No Energy Crisis

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Tracks:
Side 1
  1. Gato Barbieri: Para Nosotros [8:00] (Gato Barbieri)
    October 17, 1973, The Village Vanguard Recorder, Los Angeles
    • Gato Barbieri (ts, voc)
    • Raul Mercado (wood fl)
    • Amadeo Monges (Indian harp)
    • Ricardo Lew (el g)
    • Quelo Palacios (classical g)
    • Adalberto Cevasco (fender b)
    • Domingo Cura (Indian drums)
    • Antonio Pantoja (wood fl, anapa, erke, siku, erchenko, small perc)
    • From "Hasta Siempre" (Impulse AS-9263)
  2. Michael White: Preytude [2:36] (Michael White - Kenneth Nash - Cecil McBee)
    February 8, 1973, The Village Vanguard Recorder, Los Angeles
    • Michael White (vln)
    • Cecil McBee (b)
    • Kenneth Nash (perc)
  3. John Coltrane: Cosmos [10:44] (John Coltrane)
    September 30, 1965, The Penthouse, Seattle, Washington (live)
    • John Coltrane (sax)
    • Pharoah Sanders (sax)
    • Donald Garrett (bcl)
    • McCoy Tyner (p)
    • Jimmy Garrison (b)
    • Elvin Jones (dr)
    • From "John Coltrane In Seattle" (Impulse AS-9202-2)
Side 2
  1. Albert Ayler: Change Has Come [6:18] (Albert Ayler)
    September 26, 1967, The Village Vanguard Theatre, New York City (live)
    • Albert Ayler (ts)
    • Don Ayler (tp)
    • Joel Friedman (cello)
    • Alan Silva (b)
    • Bill Folwell (b)
    • Beaver Harris (dr)
    • From "Albert Ayler In Greenwich Village" (Impulse AS-9155)
  2. Archie Shepp: Basheer [5:57] (Archie Shepp)
    August 19, 1966, Van Gelder Recording, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
    • Archie Shepp (ts)
    • Tommy Turrentine (tp)
    • Roswell Rudd (tb)
    • Grachan Moncur III (tb)
    • Howard Johnson (tuba)
    • Perry Robinson (cl)
    • Charlie Haden (b)
    • Beaver Harris (dr)
    • Shortened version from "Mama Too Tight" (Impulse AS-9134)
  3. John Klemmer: The Three Forbidden Fruit [8:55] (John Klemmer)
    July 6, 1973, Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (live)
    • John Klemmer (ts, vocalise with echoplex)
    • Tom Canning (Fender Rhodes el p)
    • Cecil McBee (b)
    • Alphonze Mouzon (dr)
Side 3
  1. Marion Brown: Tokalokaloka, Part Two [9:21] (Marion Brown)
    June 5, 1973, Intermedia Sound, Boston, Mass.
    • Marion Brown (as, perc)
    • Leo Smith (brass instruments, perc)
    • James Jefferson (b)
    • Steve McCall (dr)
    • A. Kobenyah Adzenyah (Ghanian drums, perc)
    • Bill Hasson (perc)
    • Jumma Santos (perc)
  2. Sam Rivers: Tenor Saxophone Section from Suite For Molde
    March 8, 1973, Molde Jazz Festival, Molde, Norway (live)
    • Sam Rivers (ts)
    • Avild Andersen (b)
    • Barry Altschul (dr, perc)
Side 4
  1. Pharoah Sanders: Red, Black & Green [8:53] (Pharoah Sanders)
    November 25, 1970, The Record Plant, New York
    • Pharoah Sanders (ts)
    • Michael White (vln)
    • Lonnie Liston Smith (p)
    • Cecil McBee (b)
    • Clifford Jarvis (dr)
    • From "Thembi" (Impulse AS-9206)
  2. Sun Ra: The Cosmo-Fire, Part Two [7:17] (Sun Ra)
    May 7, 1972, El Saturn Studios, Chicago, Ill.
    • Sun Ra (space organ, electro-vibraphone)
    • Marshall Allen (as, oboe)
    • Charles Stephens (tb)
    • Danny Thompson (baritone sax)
    • Danny Davis (as)
    • Lamont McClamb (tp)
    • John Gilmore (ts)
    • Pat Patrick (mistro-clarinet)
    • Akh Tal Ebah (tp, mellophone)
    • Ronnie Boykins (b)
    • Eloe Omoe (bcl)
    • probably with Tommy Hunter (perc); Atakatun, Odun, and Chiea (congas)
    • From "Astro Black" (Impulse AS-9255)
  3. Dewey Redman: Innerconnection [5:26] (Dewey Redman)
    June 8, 1973, Generation Sound, New York City
    • Dewey Redman (as)
    • Ted Daniel (tp)
    • Jane Robertson (cello)
    • Sirone (b)
    • Eddie Moore (dr, tympani)
    • Danny Johnson (perc)
    • Alternate take of the master on "The Ear Of The Behearer" (Impulse AS-9250)
Releases:
Notes:
  • A compendium of selections by Gato Barbieri, Michael White, John Coltrane, Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp, John Klemmer, Marion Brown, Pharoah Sanders, Sun Ra, Dewey Redman, and Sam Rivers, drawing upon the revivifying and stimulating powers inherent in The New Music.
Source: HM, KMS