Mal Waldron :: The Call

Everybody knows that Mal Waldron was the first artist released by Manfred Eicher's fledgling label ECM. Less well known is that the veteran pianist also had the maiden release on Eicher's experimental jazz imprint JAPO. That album, The Call, placed Waldron right at the heart of the burgeoning krautrock scene, teaming him up with affiliates of Amon Düül, Tangerine Dream and Et Cetera. The result was tripped-out, electrified space jazz of the very highest order . . .

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