One Fell Swoop
|One Fell Swoop|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||June 13–15, 1986|
|Studio||IRCAM, Paris, France|
|Steve Lacy chronology|
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz|
The Penguin Guide to Jazz states "There are signs on One Fell Swoop that he is looking back and rerunning some ideas from his own bottom drawer, reviving that Dixieland counterpoint which had tended to get unravelled and spun out at unrecognisable length in more recent years. The title track (two performances) and "Ode to Lady Day" are splendid performances" In his review on AllMusic, Scott Yanow states "The inside/outside music rewards repeated listenings, and the Lacy/Tyler match-up, helped by their contrasting but complementary styles, works quite well".
All compositions by Steve Lacy except where noted.
- "One Fell Swoop" – 7:52
- "Ode to Lady Day" (Charles Tyler) – 7:34
- "Wickets" – 9:46
- "Keepsake" – 8:44
- "The Adventures Of" (Tyler) – 7:17
- "Friday the 13th" (Thelonious Monk) – 4:53
- "One Fell Swoop" [Take 2] – 7:07 Bonus track on CD
- Silkheart Records catalog, accessed February 5, 2017
- Jazzlists: Silkheart records discography, accessed February 5, 2017
- Discography of Steve Lacy, accessed February 5, 2017
- Cook, Richard; Brian Morton (1996). The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD. The Penguin Guide to Jazz (3rd ed.). London: Penguin. pp. 780–781. ISBN 014051368X.
- Yanow, Scott. Steve Lacy Quartet – One Fell Swoop: Review at AllMusic. Retrieved February 5, 2017.