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    A great Steve Lacy Lp that's unlikely to be reissued anytime soon, this one has never achieved the cult status
    of much of Lacy's contemporaneous output , not at all obscure or rare it can still be purchased for under 20 bucks..

    Recorded in New York , Little Known bassist Ron Miller,(Same Guy who's on Dave Burrell's After Love, presumably)subs for J.J.Avenel,an intriguing player who sounds right at home...
    Terrific versions of The Throes, Blinks, and No Baby..

    I Know this has been around before as Mp3's... worth a listen!

    Info from Discogs
    Steve Lacy ‎– Raps
    Adelphi Records Inc. ‎– AD 5004

    A2-No Baby
    Voice – Oliver Johnson
    A3-The Throes
    Recorded on 29 January 1977 at Blue Rock Studios, NYC.
    Steve Lacy-Soprano Sax
    Steve Potts-Alto &Soprano Saxes
    Ron Miller-Db
    Oliver Johnson-dr

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  • 09/13/13--05:34: CERCLE. 1997


    TONY OXLEY, drums, perc

    1. 2:38
    2. 5:01
    3. 3:05
    4. 5:46
    5. Tony Oxley interview  8:25
    6. Tony Oxley solo  4:28

    BBC Radio 3 'Impressions'.  Broadcast May 1997

    Short but potent.

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    A repost of sorts,years ago , i started sharing this set here in installments, but for some reason , never got around to finishing it..
    Mostly because my original rip wasn't up to scratch , the records were dirty and so forth.....

    I've had a few Email requests over the years , asking for the un posted volume...
    Here they all are together in one huge split archive!
    Anyhow its a much more meticulous rip ,Executed using superior equipment, stylus, turntable etc

    I dedicate this to our friends here past and present, Nick , Onxi, Andy, Kinabalu .. Riccardo , Boromir and all  who have ever shared here.
    Program 1: ICP Orchestra & Guest soloists
    1/ Gig (Nichols, Mengelberg) 9:50
    2/ Houseparty starting (Nichols, Mengelberg) 5:35
    3/ Blue chopsticks (Nichols, Mengelberg)
    4/ Change of seas on (Nichols, Mengelberg) 5:44
    5/ Happenings (Nichols, Mengelberg) 5:26
    6/ Hangover triangle (Nichols, Mengelberg) 9:13
    7/ Step tempest (Nichols, Mengelberg) 4:38
    8/ 12 bars (Nichols, Mengelberg) 6:45
    all arrangements Misha Mengelberg,Compositions by Monk and Herbie Nichols
    Recorded at Meervaart, Amsterdam on August 13, 1983
    Program 2 - Contra Band 86
    - Toon de Bouw-tpt
     Louis Lanzing-tpt
     Mark Charig-tpt
     Willem van Manen-tpt
     Hanss Sparla-trb
     Nash Visser-trb
     Theo Joregensmann-Reeds
    Paul Van Kemenade-Alto Sax
    Rutger Van Oterloo-Alto, Bari Saxes
    Marten Van Norden-Tenor Sax
    Eckhard Koltermann-Bass Clarinet-Tenor Sax
    Ron Van Rossum-Pno
    Hein Offermans-DB
    Martin Van Duynhoven-dr
    2-Der Ryuter Suyte, Part 1
    1-Der Ryuter Suyte, Part 2
    All compositions Willem Van Manen
     recorded 1986 at Meervaart in Amsterdam

    Program 3-Ernst Glerum's New Klookabilities
    Michael Moore Clarinet/altosaxaphone
    Sean Bergin altosaxaphone
    Frank Nielander alto-/tenorsaxaphone
    Horst Grabosch trumpet
    Walter Wierbos trombone
    Larry Fishkind tuba
    Michiel Braam piano/celesta
    Jorg Lehnardt guitar
    Ernst Glerum bass/philicorda/leader/composer
    Han Bennink drums/percussion
    Peter Prommel percussion

    Side A-Girofonetica 28’14”
    - Swolch 17’35”
    - Fly-over 10’38”
    Side B-Gyrodrome 7’05”
    Do the Pip/
    Mob the Mob 6’10”
    Gyroscope 5’33”
    all compositions Ernst Glerum
    Program 4
    Maarten Altena Octet
    Special guest Dagmar Krause (vocals)
    George Lewis trombone
    Wolter Wierbos trombone
    Paul Termos altosaxophone
    Peter van Bergen tenorsaxophone
    Maartje ten Hoom violin
    Guus Janssen piano
    Maarten Altena double-bass/leader/composer
    Michael Vatcher drums

    Side A 23’02”
    Schor (Husky) 8’22
    Improvisation 7’45
    Goody two-shoes 6’03

    Side B 26’51
    Improvisation and
    Points Congealing 8’22
    Haai (shark) 4’05
    The Feathers and
    Klaroen (Clarion) 9’13
    Uncle Jimmy’s 4’05

    All compositions by Maarten Altena
    Recorded on September 27th 1985 at the Meervaart
    In Amsterdam

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    Whooooooa!  I thought this tape was a write-off but no - here is an absolute gem from the truly marvellous Mujician that was.  The most musical of free improvising groups - time, no time, exquisite beauty, intensity, incredible interaction - it's all here.  Check out Tippett's flight at about 12 minutes in with bass and drums and wish, like me, that they had worked as a trio too.  Dunmall leaves his tenor in the case and wows on baritone and soprano.  Listening to this has reminded me just how fantastic this group was.  Take thirty seven minutes and have a listen and let me know what you think.

    TONY LEVIN, drums
    KEITH TIPPETT, piano
    PAUL ROGERS, bass
    PAUL DUNMALL, baritone and soprano sax

    1. Hearts beat me.   37:03

    Bluecoat Arts Centre, Liverpool.  13th November 1989

    NB.  Rapidshare, Game Front and Zippyshare (further down) links in the comments.

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    Joachim Kühn, piano, alto saxophone
    Eje Thelin, trombone
    Adelhard Roidinger, bass
    Jacques Thollot,  drums

    1. Announcement              (03:30)    
    2. Arrondissement 2 & 8(?)   (38:55)

    Recorded at WDR Studio 2 in Köln on February 4, 1971.

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  • 09/15/13--13:07: CERCLE "NEW YORK, 1994"

  • Tony Oxley, drums, percussion
    Andreas Schreiber, violin
    Dieter Glawischnig, piano

    1. unknown title 31:15 (first set?)
    2. unknown title 07:48
    2. unknown title 02:35
    4. unknown title 05:30 (incomplete?)

    (audience recording with a Sony tape-recorder than transferred to cd-r via pc/magix)

    Recorded probably in 1994 most probably in New York at an unknown location.
    Or - as Matt W pointed out - maybe at the Knitting Factory, New York in January 16, 1998.

    ...I got this recording together with several others from a former costumer who became an acquaintance.
    All his tapes had all necessary information included except this one.
    As the recording year was 1994 for all tapes (almost always at the Village Vanguard or at the Knitting Factory) I assume the 1994 (Knitting Factory?) is a likely assumption.

    Note: There are now links from four different file-hosters: Rapidshare, Rapidgator, Gamefront and ZippyShare - hope this will do it. Go to comments for the links - feedback appreciated.

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    A. Looks Like Snow

    B. Is It Addicting? (A Love Song)

    C. Raynershine

    D. Markle-O-Slow

    Gordon Rayner, art director
    Terry Forster, bass
    Jim Jones, electric bass
    Michael Snow, piano, celeste, flugelhorn, trumpet, whistling
    Nobuo Kubota, soprano, alto & baritone saxophone
    Robert Markle, tenor saxophone, electric piano
    Graham Coughtry, trombone
    Harvey Cowan, violin

    Recorded June 1973 at Eastern Sound, Toronto, except "Mark-O-Slow" recorded live at the University of Windsor, March 1973.

    Isaacs Gallery & Music Gallery Editions, no number

    Vinyl Rip

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    A1 - Renephanie     10:57   
    A2 - Sunny Monk     5:00   
    A3 - Embryonic Change     10:50   
    B1 - Sphyrinx     7:18   
    B2 - Biedronka Tanz (Lady Bug Dance)     10:57   
    B3 - Na-Calm (After The Strom)     5:32   

    Burton Greene - Piano, Percussion
    Fred Leeflang - Saxophone, Flute
    Mark Miller - Bass
    Max Bolleman - Drums, Percussion

    recorded at
    Hilversun, Holland april 2, 1980  (1,5,6)
    Zurich, september 23, 1980        (3)
    Haarlem, Holland, october 13, 1980  (2,4)

    all compositions by Burton Greene
    vinyl rip

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    Günter Kronberg, alto & baritone saxophone
    Heinz Sauer, tenor saxophone
    Bob Degen, piano
    Jürgen Wuchner, bass
    Ralf Hübner , drums

    1. Spontaneous Edition      03:55
    2. Poem For Peter T.        07:24
    3. Trouble With Mutation    05:58
    4. Fantango > Art's Tango   13:08
    5. The Cup                  08:01
    6. Coming Home              08:08

    Recorded at the 2nd New Jazz Festival, Onkel Pö, Hamburg on May 21, 1976.

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    1. Klang Funk
    2. The Mask

       Suite In Seven Movements

    3. I
    4. II
    5. III
    6. IV
    7. V
    8. VI
    9. VII


    10. Bells Of Siliconesia
    11. Reeds Of Change
    12. Glass Mind
    13. Understanding Media

    John Puchiele, Richard Sacks, V. Eric Cadesky, Paul Hodge, glass instruments

    Recorded at the Music Gallery, Toronto, Canada, in December 1988.

    Gomuse ‎– SiO2

    CD Rip

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  • 09/19/13--10:06: DAVID MURRAY TRIO. Bath 1989

  • DAVID MURRAY, tenor sax, bass clarinet
    RAY DRUMMOND, bass

    1. Silence   11:31
    2. Chelsea Bridge   11:23
    3. Flowers for Albert   17:24
    4. New life   8:14
    5. Ming's samba (+ outro)   10:40

    Banqueting Room, Guildhall, Bath.

    Bath Festival.  June 1989.

    BBC Radio 3 broadcast.  Presenter - Charles Fox.

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    A slightly less than perfect recording off the radio - I just found this cassette which used to get a lot of play in my Walkman at work.  With no info on the cassette, I had to google to try and find some details.  I found a review of the concert which said the music didn't hang together, was under rehearsed and too long.  Well you could have fooled me! Bobby Watson composes some of the most attractive music in jazz and this concert was really fantastic (in my opinion).  Enjoy.

    EDWARD SIMON - piano
    VICTOR LEWIS - drums
    RAY MANTILLA - perc


    1. 13:51
    2. 5:11
    3. 26:04
    4. 5:28
    5. 9:18
    6. 14:50
    7. 10:07
    8. 4:28
    9. outro Brian Morton 0:50

    TT 89:37

    Glasgow International Jazz Festival.
    Old Fruit Market.  Glasgow. July 1994

    BBC Radio 3 'Impressions'.

    ps. If anyone has a more pristine copy of this, please speak up.  Thanks.

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    A.  The Seduction Of Sapienta

    B1. Pieces For Solo Viola Da Gamba 1
    B2. Pieces For Solo Viola Da Gamba 2
    B3. Be Merry, A Day Will Come

    Peggie Sampson, viola da gamba

    Recorded at York University (A, B1) and the Music Gallery (B2), Toronto.

    Music Gallery Editions ‎– MGE 7

    Vinyl Rip

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    WDR 3 Jazznacht:
    Jazzfestival Berlin 2013 - 03.11.2013 
    An die um 20.05 Uhr beginnende vierstündige Live-Übertragung vom Jazzfest Berlin 2013, unter anderem sind Christian Scott, "Gnawa Jazz Voodoo" mit Joachim Kühn’s "Africa Connection" feat. Pharoah Sanders in Berlin, schließt die WDR 3 Jazznacht ab 0.05 Uhr nahtlos an und präsentiert weitere 6 Stunden Jazz live aus dem Haus der Berliner Festspiele.

    Der Trompeter, Bandleader und Komponist Christian Scott
    Ulf Drechsel und Roland Spiegel präsentieren in insgesamt zehn Stunden musikalische Highlights der ersten drei Festivaltage und -nächte. Interviews mit Musikerinnen und Musikern ergänzen das musikalisch vielschichtige Programm, in dem unter anderem Mitschnitte der Konzerte von Christian Scott, "Gnawa Jazz Voodoo" mit Joachim Kühn’s "Africa Connection" feat. Pharoah Sanders, Gebhard Ullmann’s "Berlin Suite", Michael Riessler’s "Big Circle", der Jack DeJohnette Group feat. Don Byron, von der Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Jubilee, dem Ilona Haberkampf Quartett und "Jazz & Poetry" mit Christian Brückner und Christian Weidner geplant sind.
    Moderation: Ulf Drechsel & Roland Spiegel
    Redaktion: Bernd Hoffmann

    Jazzfest Berlin 
    Gebhard Ullmann und Band. 
    © Dietmar Liste 
    Gebhard Ullmann „Berlin Suite“
    Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg,  Do 31.10.2013, 23:30 
    Almut Kühne, vocals
    Gerhard Gschlössl, trombone, sousaphone
    Gebhard Ullmann, tenor sax, bass clarinet
    Kalle Kalima, guitar
    Achim Kaufmann, piano
    Antonis Anissegos, live electronics, sound design
    Chris Dahlgren, bass
    Oliver Steidle, drums
    Gebhard Ullmann zog Anfang der achtziger Jahre aus dem Rheinland nach Berlin und prägte dort die Szene entscheidend mit, bevor er ab 1989 seine Zeit zwischen Berlin und New York teilte. Bis heute hat sich der weit¬gereiste Saxofonist bei aller Verbundenheit mit Berlin zugleich eine distanzierte Draufsicht auf den multikulturellen Ameisenhaufen bewahrt. Seine Idee von Berlin ist global, genau wie seine Band, deren Mitglieder aus ganz Europa und New York stammen. Aus dieser multinationalen Perspektive ergibt sich in seiner „Berlin Suite“ ein flirrendes Wimmelbild unterschiedlichster Situationen, das sich zu sonischen Momentaufnahmen vom Maybachufer bis zur Museumsinsel verdichtet. Beim Jazzfest erlebt die „Berlin Suite“ ihre Premiere vor großem Publikum.
    Gebhard Ullmann Homepage

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    In autumn 1966 Gunther Schuller's opera "The Visitation" was premiered at the state opera of Hamburg.
    The line-up included several Jazz musicians which were later invited for a concert.
    It was recorded and released as "Jazz At The Opera".

    Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
    Dusko Goykovich, trumpet
    Rolf Kühn, clarinet, bass clarinet
    Bent Jaedig, tenor saxophone, flute
    John Eaton, piano
    Peter Trunk, bass
    Ralph Hübner, drums
    Gunther Schuller, conductor (tr.B4)

    A1. Blues At The Opera (Dusko Goykovich) 11:27
    A2. Nights Of Skopje (Dusko Goykovich)   05:27
    A3. Rolf's Groove (Rolf Liebermann)      06:48
    B1. Waltz For Salome (Rolf Kühn)         03:37
    B2. I Remember O.P. (Dusko Goykovich)    06:31
    B3. Just A Stressless Intro (Rolf Kühn)  08:13
    B4. Night Music (Gunther Schuller)       04:26

    TT 46:31

    Recorded April 30, 1967 at the Hamburgische Staatsoper, Hamburg, Germany.


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    21. Juni 2013, 22:05 Uhr
    Globale Dorfmusik Live 
    Sonny Sharrock Band 
    Konzertmitschnitt vom 29. Oktober 1987, Schauburg, Bremen 
    Der amerikanische Musiker Sonny Sharrock begann als Sänger und wechselte dann zur Gitarre. Er war Mitglied der Herbie Manns Gruppe und arbeitete mit Miles Davis zusammen. Er war einer der ersten Künstler, die den Free-Jazz auf der Gitarre spielten. Erleben Sie einen Ausschnitt aus seinem Bremer Konzert vom 29. Oktober 1987.
    Quelle: Sonny Sharrock 
    Sonny Sharrock
    Warren "Sonny" Sharrock war ein unkonventioneller Gitarrist, in vielfacher Hinsicht. Er galt als Free-Jazz-Mann. Tatsächlich scherte er sich wenig um herkömmliche Gitarrentechniken, sondern spezialisierte sich auf radikale Sound-Attacken. Trotzdem suchte er die Verknüpfung mit Rockjazz, Soul und R&B. So wirkte er an Miles Davis-Sessions für das Album "Jack Johnson" mit. Außerdem war er geraume Zeit Gitarrist in der populären Funk-Band von Flötist Herbie Mann.

    All thanks to Johann

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    On your knees to the boze for this one.

    JOHN STEVENS, drums, mini-trumpet
    HOWARD RILEY, piano
    BARRY GUY, bass

    1. 33:55
    2. 49:44

    Pied Bull, London.  23rd July 1981

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    A1. New Moon
    A2. Zeinebim
    A3. Collective Talks

    B1. Smile
    B2. Open Time

    Terry Sines, bass
    Janet Grice, bassoon
    Tom Cora, cello
    Peter Apfelbaum, drums, bass saxophone
    Eva Berger, vocals
    Ingrid Berger, vocals, percussion
    Karl Berger, vibraphone, piano, percussion
    Savia Berger, flute
    Susan Veglia, French horn
    Mark Ralston, oboe
    Lee Konitz, alto saxophone
    Don Davis, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet
    Oliver Lake, tenor saxophone, flute
    Trilok Gurtu, tabla, percussion, drums
    James Harvey, trombone
    Leroy Jenkins, violin

    Recorded live at CIAK, Milano, Italy 11/7/79.

    Palcoscenico ‎– PAL 15007

    Vinyl Rip

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    For Paul and Norm: this time, with a Cherry on top.

    A1. Open Time
    A2. The Smile That You Send Out Returns To You
    A3. Collective Talks

    B1. New Moon
    B2. Zeynebim - A Turkish Folk Dance

    Terry Sines, bass
    Janet Grice, bassoon
    Tom Cora, cello
    Peter Apfelbaum, drums, baritone saxophone
    Ingrid Berger, vocals, percussion
    Karl Berger, vibraphone, piano
    Savia Berger, flute
    Susan Veglia, French horn
    Mark Ralston, oboe, English horn
    Lee Konitz, alto saxophone
    Don Davis, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet
    Oliver Lake, alto and soprano saxophone, flute
    Trilok Gurtu, tabla, congas, drums
    James Harvey, trombone
    Leroy Jenkins, violin
    Michael Lytle, clarinet
    George Lewis, trombone
    Don Cherry, pocket trumpet, bamboo flute
    Tom Collins, tenor and soprano saxophone

    Recorded live at the Donaueschingen Contemporary Music Festival on October 1979 in collaboration with Sudwestfunk Baden-Baden and MPS Records Villingen/West Germany.

    MPS Records ‎– 0068.250

    Vinyl Rip

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    Fred Van Hove, piano

    1. announcement 00:13
    2. Florence Nightingale + His Name Was Albert Ayler (van Hove) 28:07

    Recorded at Jazz Middelheim, Belgium on September 4, 1971.


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