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Barney Wilen Quartet: Live in Tokyo ’91 (Elemental)

If you are American and you know the name Barney Wilen, it is probably from two recordings of film music. When he was 20, in 1957, Wilen played on Miles Davis’ groundbreaking improvised soundtrack to Louis Malle’s Ascenseur pour L’échafaud. At 22, he played with Thelonious Monk on the soundtrack for another French film, Roger … Read More “Barney Wilen Quartet: Live in Tokyo ’91 (Elemental)”

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