Indent, a live solo album by Cecil Taylor, was recorded in Ohio in March 1973 The album was originally released on Taylor’s own Unit Core label and subsequently more widely released on the Freedom label. The album has received critical praise, including a 4/5 star review from the Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. Previously out of print for decades, the phenomenal work is finally coming back to vinyl with an audiophile-grade pressing from Pallas Group. The album was remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering. This white color vinyl pressing was originally only available for Black Friday Record Store Day 2019.
"A1 Indent: First Layer
A2 Indent: Second Layer, Part One
B1 Indent: Second Layer, Part Two
B2 Indent: Third Layer"
Cecil Taylor’s solo piano set at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1974 drew critical acclaim, earning five star reviews from the Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide and AllMusic’s Scott Yanow. The set features Taylor's five-movement work "Silent Tongues”, along with two encores. After being out of print for nearly four decades, the classic live album has been remastered at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany. Silent Tongues is a must-have for fans of Taylor and collectors of free jazz.
A1. Abyss (First Movement), Petals & Filaments (Second Movement), Jitney (Third Movement)
A2. Crossing Pt. 1
B1. Crossing Pt. 2
B2. After All
B3. Jitney No. 1
B4. After All No. 2