World’s Experience Orchestra’s As Time Flows On has not been available as a stand-alone vinyl
release since first being issued as a private pressing out of Boston in 1980. And those pressings
where in small runs – set in motion by a visionary, bassist/composer/arranger John Jamyll Jones.
Jones is a magical type, who communicates with his instrument, his ensembles, and jazz’s ancient
lineage in a manner so profound that his late-‘70s album are out of time with jazz’s trajectory, but
timeless when presented today.
By the late ’90s the music of World’s Experience Orchestra was circulating throughout the collections
of esoteric jazz fans, the likes of Gerald “Jazzman” Short and Gilles Peterson, who played WEO for
those, the Coltrane-enthralled searching for something new, something different. Something
spiritual and honest. As interest in spiritual jazz and WEO grew, Now-Again set about an ambitious
plan to reissue Jones’ landmark works. “I knew it was going to happen, but I didn’t know when,” says
Jones of the road to seeing his music re-issued. “It’s 35 years or more now, and I’ve been waiting for
this, and I’m quite sure I’m not the only one.”
A2. Nine Degrees And Cold
B1. Black Woman
B2. To Do Nothing
B3. The Mind
Includes a download card to WAV files of the entire album and a digital booklet.
Inhaber: Juergen Kaindl
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