here is a nice write up from guitarist Nels Cline published at Premier Guitar
it was one of the first concerts i ever made a bootleg recording. a small club holding maybe 100 people, Washington DC in 1977. John Abercrombie and Ralph Towner. a transcendental 60 minutes of guitar virtuosity.
i have always treasured that recording. still have it. like the title of his first album, it is Timeless
revision; i have been unpacking my music collection in my new house, and i have listened to many recordings by John Abercrombie since his passing. as it turns out my memories of 40 years past have blurred slightly. the first concert recording i made was in early 1977, but the show was Jack DeJohnette's Directions, including John Abercrombie, Lester Bowie, and Eddie Gomez. both shows were recorded at that same small club in DC, The Cellar Door. the Abercrombie/Towner recording was March 1980.
Jack DeJohnette's New Directions <---
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