Recordings
Jeff Crompton
© 2016 - 2021

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Tutwiler Depot EP

Edgewood

Saxophone Trio

Snake Nation
Jeff Crompton Trio Magic Word RoboCromp - But Does it Swing?

Jeff Crompton/Majid

Araim - Home Movie

Duets with three master improvisers: Stuart Gerber (percussion), Peter Sloan (trombone), and Chris Case (piano). The album also features the only issued version of Steve Lacy’s saxophone / trombone duet “Dues.” Cover design is by Grammy-winning designer Susan Archie.

Jeff evokes two

moments in the

history of Southern

music via overdubbed

soprano, alto, tenor,

and baritone saxes

as well as clarinet.

7” 45 RPM vinyl

record or download.

The RoboCromp duo

early on, from 2005,

featuring originals and music by Steve Lacy and Cecil Taylor. There are only a few copies of the CD left (available at shows), but you can download the album at Bandcamp.

Jeff Crompton / Peter Sloan

Incantations

Saxophone / trombone

(and percussion) duets with the talented player and composer Peter Sloan. Download only from Bandcamp.

Three Way Mirror

New Normal

Just another saxophone/

tuba/congas band, with Bill Pritchard and John Arthur Brown. 3WM plays jazz which does not bow to conventions.

CD or download.

Anagrams Roll Call / Springs

A cool 7” record by

Anagrams - two

neighbors from Atlanta

who like making music together. Jeff and JD Walsh play music that is as catchy as it is unclassifiable. Snag a ram with Anagrams!
The Edgewood Saxophone Trio plays edgy, original music combining composition and improvisation. Ben Davis (tenor) and Bill Nittler (baritone) join Jeff in the EST.

Early work - this 1992

CD has the only issued tracks by Atlanta’s legendary Bazooka Ants, two tracks with pianist Michael J. Smith, and an overdubbed solo version of Lennie Tristano’s “Turkish Mambo.”

RoboCromp

Good and Bad Angels RoboCromp is Jeff’s l long-running, long- distance duo with guitarist Rob Rushin. This 7” vinyl record / download represents our music 13 years in.

Jeff Crompton

Uncommon Goals
Jeff’s first recorded collaboration with Atlanta composer / improviser Majid Ariam, in an unusual saxophone / mandolin duo. We play three pieces which combine composition and improvisation; tradition and innovation.

Jeff Crompton

Duets

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Shooter
Intense saxophone and clarinet solo music, alternating true a cappella solos with overdubbed, multi-horn pieces. Available as a 10” LP or download
Jeff teams up with bassist Evan Lipson and drummer Bob Stagner (Shaking Ray Levis) for a set of adventurous free jazz.