Montreux Jazz Festival 1967
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June 1967. Most members of the public seated at the Montreux Casino were unprepared for such a liberating and powerful musical experience. The Memphis saxophonist and flautist built his quartet around an irresistible, incontestably genius rhythm section overflowing with creativity: pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Ron McClure, and drummer Jack DeJohnette.
The recording of this concert, legendary for many reasons, remains eternally fresh, and with the energy of free jazz and mystical music announces the upheavals of a different world to come.
This double CD includes a (nearly) 28-minute version of “Forest Flower”, a trademark Lloyd piece and major success from 1967. A must-have item, co-produced with RTS Radio Télévision Suisse, ideal for all who love jazz, Montreux, and the Festival!
Recorded in concert on June 18th, 1967, at the Montreux Casino