Charles Lloyd: Montreux Jazz Festival 1967

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I have a private theory that something in the Swiss air or in Claude Nobs’s Montreux set up either turned ordinary players into superstars or sucked the life out of them. With Lloyd and his men, it seems to have been the former, fortunately; but, of course, they were already getting used to playing big, rock-scaled venues and exuberant crowds of youngsters. This is an important set for Lloyd collectors in that it doesn’t have too predictable a programme for the t
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