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Alan Braufman & Cooper-Moore

Live at WKCR, May 22, 1972

Release Notes
  • Tons of press coverage in Pitchfork, The WIRE, NPR, New York, Times, The Quietus, DownBeat and more
  • First time ever available on vinyl
  • Limited pressing of 250 worldwide, single-sided 12"
Live at WKCR, May 22, 1972
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Live at WKCR, May 22, 1972
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On May 22, 1972, Alan Braufman’s 21st birthday, the downtown NYC jazz saxophonist played live on the air at Columbia University’s radio station, WKCR, as a duo with pianist Cooper-Moore (then Gene Ashton). The musicians played an intense 18-minute set that was only heard onceā€”live on the air. The tapes were recently found and remastered. Now, this raw and powerful document of New York City’s early seventies avant-garde jazz scene will be released on vinyl for the first time ever, as a single-sided 12", limited to 250 copies worldwide.