NBLP4/5DAVID S. WARE QUARTET. .Live in VilniusReexclusive 2xLP editionviews


We are sold out of our copies;
there are still some available direct
from
NoBusiness Records.

Side A
Ganesh Sound .17.25

Side B
Theme of Ages
.15.46
Mikuro's Blues
.6.15

Side C
The Stargazers .22.15

Side D
The Stargazers
(continued) .4.45
Lithuanian Whirl
.11.20
Surrendered .7.18

All compositions by David S. Ware, Gandharvasphere/Daswa (BMI),
except "The Stargazers" by Sun Ra, Enterplanetary Koncepts (BMI)

Recorded on March 24th, 2007 at Lithuanian Russian Drama Theatre.
Produced and released by NoBusiness Records in an exclusive 2xLP edition of 1000 copies, with full authorization from David S. Ware/AUM Fidelity.

David S. Ware: tenor saxophone
Matthew Shipp: piano

William Parker:
bass
Guillermo E. Brown: drums


OK! At the tail end of 2008, the folks at NoBusiness Records got in touch with us to propose the release of the last recorded work by the David S. Ware Quartet in an exclusive vinyl edition. Terms were met, authorization was given, and the gorgeous result is now available.

The very last U.S. performance by the DSWQ (June 18, 2006 at the Vision Festival) was documented and released by AUM Fidelity on the CD Renunciation. David then brought the group overseas for one final European tour in Spring 2007. Live in Vilnius is the DSWQ's penultimate performance (March 24, 2007 in Lithuania). And whoa! what a performance it was: exquisite, extraordinary, skyhigh, blissfull, and again of the Godhead. The vinyl pressing itself? Supersweet/superclean/high-end German pressings & truly beautiful (frame-able even!) gatefold sleeves.

This music is available only on this exclusive 2xLP edition of 1000 copies. AUM Fidelity has a limited one-time quantity which we are making available special for our U.S. and Canadian customers. Best price; act now! Many cheers and forward >>> –SJ


"I'm sure you've experienced music that blows your socks off when you first hear it, and then you listen to it again and again, and it gets better all the time. This double vinyl album is like that."Stef @ FREE JAZZ blog


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