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|1.||Jazz Co-Op - "A La Coltrane" (7:39)|
|2.||The Alan Lee Quartet - "Sunflower" (9:25)|
|3.||The John Sangster Quartet - "Exploration Of The Sun" (3:14)|
|1.||Galapagos Duck - "Kate Did" (8:20)|
|2.||The Brian Brown Quintet - "Wildflowers" (4:59)|
|3.||Peter Gaudion's Blues Express - "People Make The World Go 'Round" (7:18)|
"Pyramid Pieces" is a long overdue retrospective of the golden years of Australia's modern jazz scene in the 1960s and '70s. It could hardly be called a well-known scene - it was barely celebrated in Australia, yet alone elsewhere - but over the course of two decades produced a string of fine releases showcasing fresh interpretations of then contemporary jazz from the USA and Europe, as well as a homegrown style known as 'Eco-Jazz'. Highlights are plentiful, from the magnificent modal movements of Jazz Co/Op's "A La Coltrane" and the effortlessly evocative spirituality of "Exploration of the Sun" by the John Sangster Quartet, to the heady eco-jazz beauty of the Brian Brown Quintet's "Wildflowers" and Peter Gaudion Blues Express's winding instrumental cover of jazz staple "People Make The World Go round".
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