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Performer: The John Benson Brooks Trio
Title: Avant Slant (One Plus 1 = II)
Country: US
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Style:Free Jazz, Novelty, Cool Jazz
Released: 1968
MP3 album szie: 1921 mb
FLAC album size: 1654 mb

Composed By – John Benson Brooks, Milt GablerVoice – Judy Scott (2). B3. The Life I Used To Live. Composed By – Lightning Hopkins. Quote: "AVANT SLANT is a collage-in-sound, in which fragments of poetry, pop tunes, radio broadcasts, and Feiffer-like babble intermingle to form an aural history of "Right No. It is also a twelve-tone: jazz concert, an electronic poem composed in several media, and the first example of what may be a radically new art form.

It features Coltrane playing several compositions by Ornette Coleman accompanied by the members of Coleman's quartet: Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell. The album was assembled from two unissued recording sessions at Atlantic Studios in New York City in 1960.

Avant Slant (One Plus 1 II?) Decca 1968. Producer: Milt Gabler. Was sampled in 1 song. Vocals, Lyrics Soul, Funk, Disco. Black Dada by Fantastic Plastic Machine (2001).

JOHN BENSON BROOKS Trio AVANT SLANT One Plus 1 II SEALED New Vinyl LP DL75018. Ships in a business day with tracking.

Label: Decca ‎– DL 75018 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: US Date of released: 1968 Category: Jazz, Pop Style: Free Jazz, Novelty, Cool Jazz. John Benson Brooks Trio - Avant Slant (One Plus 1 II) MP3 version. 1874 downloads at 32 mb/s. John Benson Brooks Trio - Avant Slant (One Plus 1 II) FLAC version. 1887 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download John Benson Brooks Trio - Avant Slant (One Plus 1 II) FREE. The John Benson Brooks Trio. Avant Slant (One Plus 1 II) ‎(LP, Promo).

John Benson Brooks (February 23, 1917, Houlton, Maine – November 13, 1999, New York City) was an American jazz pianist, songwriter, arranger, and composer. Brooks worked early in his career as an arranger for Randy Brooks, Les Brown, Boyd Raeburn, and Tommy Dorsey. He worked often with lyricists Eddie DeLange and Bob Russell in the 1940s; he and DeLange wrote the song "Just as Though You Were Here," a hit for Tommy Dorsey with Frank Sinatra as vocalist. He wrote "You Came a Long Way from St. Louis" with Bob Russell. This became part of a LP called "Avant Slant," which was a collage of new and already recorded sounds and songs from Milt Gabler, the poet Robert Graves, LeRoi Jones, Lightnin' Hopkins, and others. Folk Jazz USA (1956).

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A1a The King Must Go (Segments)
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*
A1b The Gods On High
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt GablerVocals – Judy Scott
A1c Pie In The Sky
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt Gabler
A1d No Man Is An Island (Excerpt)
Words By – John Donne
A1e El Bluebirdo
Composed By – John Benson Brooks
A1e Autobiography (Excerpts)
Words By – Lawrence Ferlinghetti
A1f A Bird Can Be
Composed By – Milt Gabler
A2a Cherries Are Ripe (Segments)
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*
A2b What's A Square?
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt GablerVocals – Judy Scott
A2c Slapstix
Composed By, Piano [Solo] – Jack Shaindlin
A2d Autobiography (Excerpt)
Words By – Lawrence Ferlinghetti
A2e True Blue Heart
Composed By, Piano [Solo] – Jack Shaindlin
A2f Little Boxes (Excerpt)
Composed By – Malvina ReynoldsPerformer – The Tarriers
A2g But, Where Are You?
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt GablerVocals – Judy Scott
B1a Ornette (Segments)
Composed By – John Benson Brooks
B1b The People Yes (Excerpt)
Words By – Carl Sandburg
B1c The Magical Underwear Panty (With Detachable Garters)
Words By – Seymour Krim
B1d Give Me Your Tired (Excerpt)
Words By – Emma Lazarus
B1e Love Is Psychedelic
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt GablerVocals – Judy Scott
B1f The People Yes (Excerpt)
Words By – Carl Sandburg
B1g The Life I Used To Live
Composed By, Performer – Lightning Hopkins*
B1h When I First Came To Town
B1i Mend Them Fences
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*Words By – Robert Graves
B1j But, Where Am I?
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt GablerVocals – Judy Scott
B2a Satan Takes (Segments)
Composed By – John Benson Brooks
B2b Pie In The Sky
Composed By – J. B. Brooks*, Milt Gabler
B2c America, The Beautiful (Excerpt)
Words By – Catherine Lee Bates*
B2d We Shall Overcome (Fragment)
Composed By – Frank Hamilton , Guy Carawan, Pete Seeger, Zilphia Horton
B2e The Tree Of Liberty (Excerpt)
Words By – Thomas Jefferson
B2f Black Dada Nihilismus
Words By – LeRoi Jones

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Don Heckman
  • Artwork – Steinweiss*
  • Cymbal, Snare – Howard Hart
  • Liner Notes – John Clellon Holmes
  • Piano – John Benson Brooks
  • Producer – Milt Gabler
  • Recorded By [On Location] – Joan Franklin, Robert Franklin
  • Voice Actor – Ernie Stone, Herb Hartig, Jack Gibson , Joyce Todd

Notes

"AVANT SLANT is a collage-in-sound, in which fragments of poetry, pop tunes, radio broadcasts, and Feiffer-like babble intermingle to form an aural history of "Right Now." It is also a twelve-tone: jazz concert, an electronic poem composed in several media, and the first example of what may be a radically new art form."

This version:
- white labels with black lettering stating 'Promotion copy not for sale'
- the top rim of the labels reads 'Long Play' 33 1/3; issued in cover with Stereo numbers and with 'MONAURAL' sticker on front;

On the labels, the tracklist is slightly condensed.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side A): MG II 442T2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 75018 The John Benson Brooks Trio* Avant Slant (One Plus 1 = II) ‎(LP, Promo) Decca DL 75018 US 1968
DL 75018 John Benson Brooks Trio Avant Slant (One Plus 1 = II) ‎(LP, Album) Decca DL 75018 US 1968
DL 75018 John Benson Brooks Trio Avant Slant (One Plus 1 = II) ‎(LP) Decca DL 75018 Canada 1968
DL 75018 John Benson Brooks Trio Avant Slant (One Plus 1 = II) ‎(LP, Promo) Decca DL 75018 US 1968
DL 75018 John Benson Brooks Trio Avant Slant (One Plus 1 = II) ‎(LP, Album) Decca DL 75018 US 1968
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a twelve tone collage by U.S. Jazz-trio assisted by inhabitants of the world at large, and assorted vibrations still in orbit... such words are found for the actors also performing on this album; John Clellon Holmes, the Beat-writer of fame, states in the liner-notes to this album: "Avant slant is a collage-in-sound, in which fragments of poetry, pop tunes, radio broadcasts and Feiffer-like babble intermingle to form an aural history of "Right Now". It is also a twelve-tone Jazz concert... an electronic poem composed in several media, and the first example of what may be a radically new art-form. it resulted from a unique collaboration between a creative artist and a technical wizard. the artist is John Benson Brooks, composer, arranger, pianist and philosopher.The wizard and catalyst is Milt Gabler, without whom the the library of recorded music in America would be woefully, even irreperably smaller, as his biography makes all too clear.