|For Adolphe Sax|
|Studio album by |
The Peter Brötzmann Trio
|The Peter Brötzmann Trio chronology|
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings|||
For Adolphe Sax is the first album by free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, released on his own Brö label in 1967. It was reissued on LP by FMP in 1971 (most copies had labels affixed to the wrong sides) and then reissued on CD by the Atavistic label in 2002. This reissue featured the added track "Everything". Adolph Sax was the inventor of many instruments including the first saxophones. No edition of the album has included writing credits.
- "For Adolphe Sax"
- "Morning Glory"
- "Everything" (on the CD reissue)
- The Peter Brötzmann Trio
- Fred Van Hove (piano on "Everything")