Berlin Concert

by NOAH HOWARD

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    Never on CD! We're thrilled to present one of Noah Howard's rarest albums and an important missing link in his discography. This exceptional live effort showcases the many facets of his music, including muscular Coltrane-inspired workouts, maniacally energetic stomps, and Latin-inflected celebrations.

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"Powerful free jazz inspired by the heritage of John Coltrane and Albert Ayler. Howard's brilliant, hymnic alto saxophone playing meshes with the excellent band, especially the fiery, rousing improvisations of Japanese pianist Takashi Kako." -Zitty (Berlin)

"The group improvisations are most satisfying and rewarding." - Cadence Magazine

Noah Howard: alto saxophone;
Takashi Kako: piano;
Kent Carter: double bass;
Oliver Johnson: drums;
Lamont Hampton: percussion

Recorded live by Jost Gebers on January 30th & 31st, 1975, at the Quartier Latin in Berlin.

CD mastering by Jonas Bergler.
Produced by Jost Gebers.

Cover design by Wolf Walt.
Photograph by Roberto Masotti.

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released 31 March 1977

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