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Charles Bobo Shaw & Human Arts Ensemble – Streets Of St. Louis

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The Human Arts Ensemble was a 1970s musical collective operating in St. Louis, Missouri. Members explored free jazz and loosely associated themselves with the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) and the Black Artists' Group(BAG) collective. It was formed in 1971 with the idea that performers could perform in the ensemble, without restrictions as to the performer's race. Additionally, public funding had ended for musical associations that were suspected of having connections with radical organizations.

Streets Of St. Louis was recorded live at Studio Rivbea New York on September 6th 1974 and released  by Moers Music in 1978

Credits:

Alto Saxophone– Julius Hemphill
Baritone Saxophone–Hamiet Bluiett
Cello–Abdul Wadud
Drums, Percussion–Charles Bobo Shaw
Guitar– Dominique Gaumont
Trombone–Joseph Bowie
Trumpet–Lester Bowie