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    And here is Kuhn's second BYG , LP , Much more of a gloriously sprawling, incendiary blowout!
    Kudo's to Andy for the super fine rip and prompt request fulfillment ,
     Much Appreciated!


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    A1. Powell
    A2. Badness Piece
    A3. Papa Fume Une Pipe En Secret
    A4. Newborn
    A5. Bim Bam Beieren

    B1. Corners
    B2. Collette
    B3. Geraldine
    B4. Dolce Far Niente
    B5. Breukoff
    B6. Not Bad

    Arjen Gorter, bass
    Han Bennink, drums
    Leo Cuypers, piano

    Recorded at VARA Studio 2, Hilversum, on 20 July 1981

    Varajazz ‎– VCD 003-2

    Vinyl Rip

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  • 01/15/14--10:32: FREEBOP: LIVE TRACKS

  • BOBBY BRADFORD, cornet
    TED EMMETT, trumpet
    RON HERMAN, bass
    PETE KING, alto sax
    DAVE MARCHANT, guitar
    NIGEL MOYSE, guitar
    EDDIE PARKER, flute
    EVAN PARKER, tenor sax
    COURTNEY PINE, tenor and soprano sax
    ANNIE WHITEHEAD, trombone
    JOHN STEVENS, drums

    1. HARMO'NICA  15:21
    2. FLOAT INDIGO  15:46
    3. NUTS  3:39

    Bracknell Jazz festival  5th July 1986

    Impetus IMP 18610  LP

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  • 01/16/14--08:34: SYNTHESIS - 'SENTIMENTS'

  • ARTHUR BLYTHE, alto sax and percussion
    OLU DARA, trumpet and piano
    DAVID MURRAY, tenor sax and percussion
    KEN HUTSON, bass
    RAHSAAN, drums and telephone bells

    1. Back from where you came  8:44
    2. Flowers for Albert  10:17
    3. Sentiments for the New World patriots  9:12
    4. A woman is such a lovely thing  1:53
    5. Sentiments for the African patriots  7:44

    Compositions by SYNTHESIS except 'Flowers for Albert' by David Murray

    Rec NYC 1976   RA Records RA/101  LP

    Arthur Blythe needs our help

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    1. Nachtrit

    2. Drivin' Through The Night

    Harry Miller, bass
    Martin van Duynhoven, drums
    Leo Cuypers, piano
    Keshavan Maslak, reeds
    Maarten van Norden, reeds
    Willem van Manen, trombone
    Linda Van Dyck, vocals

    Nachtrit, a play by J Bernlef, which premiered on 10 February 1979 at The Brakke Grond theatre, Amsterdam.

    7" flexi, vinyl rip


    A1. Hijgen Voor Een Ander
    A2. Jaap Van De Merwe Song
    A3. G.L.T.
    A4. Jarrett

    Arjen Gorter, double bass
    Leo Cuypers, piano
    Martin van Duynhoven, drums

    Jan Rap En Z'n Maat

    B1. Jan Rap At 8'30" A.M.
    B2. The House (3 Scenes)
    B3. Jan Rap At Noon
    B4. Triste
    B5. Early In The Morning (Drums)
    B6. Early In The Morning (Piano)
    B7. Tristissime

    Arjen Gorter, double bass, piano
    Leo Cuypers, piano, synthesizer
    Martin van Duynhoven, drums
    Willem Breuker, clarinet, saxophone, percussion

    BV Haast Records ‎– BVHAAST 017

    Vinyl Rip


    1. De Rookverdrijver
    2. De Brokjesdoos Van De Dames Smit
    3. Lovely Rita

    Leo Cuypers, piano

    Radio Nederland‎– 6808.653/659

    Vinyl Rip

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  • 01/17/14--22:55: Mal Waldron-Mal 81

  • Heres another, 80's Japanese only album by Mal Waldron, Beautiful in its way.
    But ultimately a fairly routine mellow romp through a bunch of standards, isn't going to overly excite anyone who's into his most exploratory 1970-77, period.
    All Standards ... 
    ...........................a joint venture by  Teitchiku, and N.Y , Based Progressive records
    Love the back cover!... 

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    DAVE HOLDSWORTH, trumpet, flugelhorn, pocket cornet
    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
    TIM RICHARDS, piano
    PAUL ANSTEY, bass
    TONY ORRELL, drums

    1. Fifty years in a factory (PD)  2:46
    2. Bristol blues (TR)  7:14
    3. Too late too late (DH)  5:57
    4. All Heaven in a rage (PD)  4:46

    5. Mice in the wallet (PD)  8:22
    6. Orinoco (TR)  8:11
    7. Peggy's blue skylight (Mingus)  3:54

    Rec. July 1982.  Spotlite SPJ522  LP

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    TIM RICHARDS, piano
    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
    PAUL ANSTEY, bass
    TONY ORRELL, drums
    + DAVE HOLDSWORTH, trumpet, flugelhorn

    1. From the deep (TR)  7:54
    2. Rama and Sita (PD)  7:51
    3. Levitation (TR)  7:50

    4. McCoy (TR)  4:16
    5. King Knud (PD)  5:03
    6. Be two (DH)  4:55
    7. No sleeper (Julian Dale)  9:10

    Rec. March 1984.  Spotlite SJ528  LP

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    JACK WALRATH, trumpet
    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
    TIM RICHARDS, piano
    PAUL ANSTEY, bass
    TONY ORRELL, drums

    1. Snagadaa (JW)  8:08
    2. A study in porcine (JW)  7:50
    3. Kirsten Sunday morning (JW)  4:58

    4. Killer bunnies (JW)  6:12
    5. Duke Ellington's sound of love (Mingus)  3:10
    6. Four freedoms (PD)  2:42
    7. Dustbiter (TR)  5:04

    Rec. May 1986.  Spotlite SPJ LP25

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    TIM RICHARDS, piano
    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
    PAUL ANSTEY, bass
    TONY MARSH, drums

    1. The invisible ones (TR)  9:47
    2. In search of the sixth sense (TR)  10:13
    3. Reflex (TR)  5:20

    4. Red moon (PD)  10:00
    5. Earth watching (PD)  6:30

    Rec. November 1988.  By Radio Suisse Romande, Lausanne, Switzerland.  (RSTR) unnumbered cassette

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    Roy Campbell is GONE... he died on the 9nth of this month...  OUCHHH!!
    ..blessed be his return to Gaya's Womb, the cradle of life!
    A moving Tribute by Taylor Ho Bynum, Can be found here

    Here's a superb, very beautiful show by the Pyramid trio, seeded on Dime some 5 or 6 years ago...
    Fantastic Sound , 2 long sets ...a fitting commemorative tribute....of wonderfully inventive music ..

    Pyramid trio- WBR FM , 'the Joint' Waltham M.A, 21st Feb 1985
    6 untitled tracks
    Roy Campbell-Trpt, Perc
    William Parker-Db, Fl ,perc
    Zen Matsuura-Dr-

    thanks to the original, seeder-taper-trader

    I've Lost the original File set, this has been slightly tweaked(Mastered), but not to the detriment of the compression or digi syrup added...

    They put heaps of great records out on Delmark, Silkheart, and No More Records, among others.

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    Hideo's request for a re-up of "The New Figaro" of the Per-Henrik Wallin Trio on Dragon Records helped me to remember another recording of this excellent musician.
    Here we have another drummer - Erik Dahlbäck - who played a lot with Wallin (see here) throughout the late seventies and eighties.
    And Torbjörn Hultcrantz is no stranger to regular followers of this blog - he played on Albert Ayler's LP "The First Recordings". 
     Also with Don Cherry, Dexter Gordon, Bernt Rosengren a.o. and in 1956 with Lars Gullin f.e.

    Maybe someone can help with the sequence of the titles etc.

    Lars-Göran Ulander, alto & soprano saxophone
    Per-Henrik Wallin, piano
    Torbjörn Hultcrantz, bass
    Erik Dahlbäck, drums

    01. radio intro             00:43
    02. unknown title           15:22
    03. unknown title           07:07
    04. unknown title           02:59
    05. unknown title           05:31
    06. continuation (of tr.05) 01:52
    07. unknown title           11:45
    08. unknown title           05:18
    09. unknown title           02:04
    10. radio outro             00:17

    Recorded at Umeå Jazz Festival, Umeå, Sweden on October 27, 1978.

    According the announcer the following titles were played:
    1. Till Hill (Wallin); 2. Torbe's Blues (Hultcrantz); 3. The Opener (Wallin); 4. My One And Only Love (Wood/Mellin);
    5. P? Swing (Wallin); 6. ?? (Dahlbäck); 7. Wuppertal (Wallin); 8. Journey To You (??); 9. ??(??)

    Maybe tr.4 is 'My one and only love'?


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    A. Your First Bicycle

    B. Fool Moon

    Al Mattes, bass, guitar, theremin, euphonium
    Larry Dubin, drums
    Peter Anson, guitar
    Casey Sokol, piano, trumpet
    Bill Smith, soprano saxophone
    Nobuo Kubota, soprano, alto and baritone saxophone
    Graham Coughtry, trombone
    Michael Snow, trumpet

    Music Gallery Editions ‎– CCMC-1002

    The Canadian Creative Music Collective, recorded live at the Music Gallery, Toronto

    Vinyl Rip

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    Something else old from Canada, for a new audience

    A1. SVIZZ
    A2. Brique À Braque
    A3. Elle Avait Un Joli Chapeau
    A4. Klaude Marsolais

    B1. Faux Coffre
    B2. Chère Sonia... Quand L'Oiseau Décide De Vaiser, L'Esprit Lui Vient Mordant Désir Et... Veut Se Promener Dans La Peur D'Avancer Comme Tout Le Monde
    B3. Rictus
    B4. Dans Les Hauteurs, Je Sens Ton Ventre En Balancigne
    B5. Tou-Chan Du PiaonaiP

    Pierre Saint-Jacques, piano

    Recorded in Montreal.

    Private label ‎– ST-J 8888

    Vinyl Rip

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    A1. 日輪
    A2. 塵界

    B1. 諦
    B2. 修
    B3. 兜率天

    Kenichi Tada, alto saxophone
    Koji Suzuki, alto saxophone
    Shozo Nakagawa, alto saxophone, flute
    Kenichi Tada, baritone saxophone
    Yasushi Fukushima, bass
    Isao Yomoda, drums
    Kozaburo Yamaki, guitar
    Toshiyuki Miyama, leader
    Sabu Toyozumi, percussion
    Kiyoshi Takano, piano
    Masahiko Sato, piano
    Mamoru Mori, tenor saxophone
    Shigeto Honda, tenor saxophone
    Masamichi Uetaka, trombone
    Osamu Shiomura, trombone
    Teruhiko Kataoka, trombone
    Teruo Fukushima, trombone
    Kazumi Takeda, trumpet
    Koji Yamaguchi, trumpet
    Yoshikazu Kishi, trumpet

    Recorded on 22 and 26-28 June 1976.

    Columbia ‎– SQ-7003

    Vinyl Rip

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    Luciano Pagliarini (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trombone)
    Andre Mergenthaler (cello, violin)
    Michel Pilz (bass clarinet)
    Francois Mechali (bass)

    1 - Perigee            5:27    
    2 - E Pericoloso Sporgersi    3:43    
    3 - Out to Lunch        6:01    
    4 - Becabel            5:43
    5 - Zythum           5:56    
    6 - Ballade            7:31    
    7 - Immediat-Theme        9:54    
    8 - Pilo's Dilemna        4:18    
    9 -Round Midnight        5:24    
    10 - Jarnosse        5:40    
    11 - Hammelsmarsch        1:48

    recorded in Luxemburg, 1990, 91, 92
    charlotte records 1992, CD

    for people that like Michel Pilz music: Bloc Thyristors has just published a 4 lp boxset of 300 copies only called ". "Etau.Choses clandestines" with Keith Tippett, Paul Roger, Michel Pilz, Jean Noël Cognard.
    Can be found at improjazz:
    or cd&lp:

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    A1. B. Fields
    A2. Lady Day
    A3. Egypt

    B1. Orient Occident (Way Out)
    B2. Aries Dance
    B3. Cycles


    A1. Egypt
    A2. My Funny Child
    A3. On A Funny Day

    B1. Orient Occident Part. 2
    B2. B.Fields
    B3. Jumping Jack

    Muhammad Ali, drums, percussion
    Joseph Dejean, guitar
    Saheb Sarbib, piano, bass
    Daunik Lazro, alto saxophone (Vol 1)
    François Jeanneau, tenor saxophone (Vol2)

    Recorded live in May 76 (Vol 1) and on 3 June 76 at Palais des Congrès (Vol 2) 
    3 June 1976 was Joseph Dejean's last performance
    Egypt is from the June performance on both LPs

    Vol 1. Sasa Music Inc. ‎– SS 1976
    Vol 2. Marge - 03

    Vinyl Rips

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    Here we have another installment of the Baden Baden Free Jazz Meetings.
    This posting of the concerts/rehearsals is not complete.
    Several titles were released and are still available and therefore not included here.
    You can find the missing titles: "Every Single One of Us is a Pearl,""Ruby, My Dear," and "Kunstmusik II" on Pearls (FMP 0380)  at destination-out.
     "Marañao,""Composition 23B," Jahrmarkt,""Hannebüchen." and "The Forge" on Baden-Baden '75 (FMP CD 137). The CD is to my knowledge still in print although harder to obtain. Try it here f.e.

    I'm indebted to Peter Losin for his detailed information regarding line-up and titles - I took the freedom to duplicate it here with some minor changes. (Miles Ahead)

    Kenny Wheeler, trumpet
    Manfred Schoof, trumpet
    Enrico Rava, trumpet
    Günter Christmann, trombone, alphorn
    Paul Rutherford, trombone
    Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
    Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Peter Brötzmann, tenor saxophone, bass saxophone, clarinet
    Anthony Braxton, alto saxophone
    Gerd Dudek, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Rüdiger Carl, alto & tenor saxophone, clarinet
    Michel Pilz, bass clarinet
    Alexander Von Schlippenbach, piano, accordion
    Peter Kowald, bass, tuba, vocals, conductor
    J.B. "Buschi" Niebergall, bass
    Paul Lovens, drums, percussion, saw
    Achim Hebgen, announcer

    Disc 1
    1 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 4:34

    2 Every Single One of Us is a Pearl (E. Parker) 26:01
     Duos (L/R): Parker/Kowald; Christmann/Carl; Mangelsdorff/Pilz; Niebergall/Rava; Schlippenbach/Lovens; Rutherford/Lovens/Kowald/Braxton; Wheeler/Dudek; Brötzmann

    3 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 2:00

    4 A Capella Breath (M. Schoof) 4:27
     Rava (L), Schoof (center), Wheeler (R)

    5 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 2:19

    6 From E-Flat On (M. Schoof) 7:38
     The Globe Unity 11: Wheeler, Schoof, Rava, Rutherford, Mangelsdorff, Christmann, Kowald (tuba), Parker, Dudek, Braxton, Pilz

    7 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:15

    8 Ostinato (M. Schoof) 7:26
     Solos: Pilz, Dudek (ss)

    9 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:42

    10 Night Heron (A. Mangelsdorff) 3:07
     Wheeler, Rava, Mangelsdorff, Parker, Braxton

    11 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:34

    12 Brief Inventions (A. Mangelsforff-E. Rava) 4:01
     Rava, Mangelsdorff

    13 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:29

    14 Marañao (E. Rava) 10:17
     Solos: Schlippenbach (p); Braxton (as); Schoof (tpt)

    15 Announcement (Achim Hebgen) 0:59

    Disc 2
    1 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:55

    2 Man-Brax (M. Schoof-A. Braxton) 4:16
     Schoof, Braxton

    3 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:47

    4 Ruby, My Dear (T. Monk) (arr. Schlippenbach) 4:47
     Solo: Braxton

    5 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:49

    6 Composition 23B (A. Braxton) 18:05
     Solos: Schlippenbach, Lovens, Rava, Carl (as), Schoof, Brötzmann (bss)

    7 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:52

    8 How It Base (A. Braxton-E. Parker) 4:16
     Braxton, Parker

    9 Chris-Brax (A. Braxton-G. Christmann) 2:40
     Braxton, Christmann

    10 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 2:36

    11 Ten Beats (G. Christmann) 2:50
     The Globe Unity 11: Wheeler, Schoof, Rava, Rutherford, Mangelsdorff, Christmann, Kowald (tuba), Parker, Dudek, Braxton, Pilz

    12 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:21

    13 Pardon Mein Kopf (R. Rutherford) 3:04
     Rutherford solo

    14 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:46

    15 Hip Hymn No. 2 (P. Rutherford) 19:34
     Duos: Christmann/Brötzmann, Kowald (L)/Niebergall (R), Dudek/Mangelsdorff, Braxton/Pilz, Carl/Parker, Rava (L)/Wheeler (R), Christmann/Brötzmann

    16 Announcement (Achim Hebgen) 0:10

    17 Kunstmusik II (A. von Schlippenbach) 10:19

    Disc 3
    1 A Simple Waltz (K. Wheeler) 9:55
     Trios: Mangelsdorff/Pilz/Niebergall, Lovens/Pilz/Kowald (tuba); Solos: Schoof, Carl (as), Rutherford

    2 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:20

    3 Billiger Willi (M. Pilz-P. Kowald) 2:03
     Pilz, Kowald

    4 Un Peu d'Ail (M. Pilz-P. Kowald) 3:09
     Pilz, Kowald

    5 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:41

    6 Jetzt Wird Abgerechnet (Globe Unity 11) 3:21
     The Globe Unity 11: Wheeler, Schoof, Rava, Rutherford, Mangelsdorff, Christmann, Kowald (tuba), Parker, Dudek, Braxton, Pilz

    7 Announcement (Achim Hebgen) 1:00

    8 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 3:13

    9 Zahltag (Globe Unity 11) 7:25
     The Globe Unity 11: Wheeler, Schoof, Rava, Rutherford, Mangelsdorff, Christmann, Kowald (tuba), Parker, Dudek, Braxton, Pilz

    10 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 2:10

    11 Jahrmarkt I (P. Kowald) 5:46
     Solo: Christmann

    12 Jahrmarkt II (P. Kowald) 7:32
     Solos: Parker (ss), Pilz, Brötzmann (cl); Lovens (säge)

    13 Jahrmarkt III (P. Kowald) 9:49
     Solos: Schlippenbach (acc), Braxton, Rutherford/Mangelsdorff

    14 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:03

    15 The Forge (A. von Schlippenbach) 8:36
     Solos: Parker (ss); Wheeler (tpt); Schlippenbach

    16 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:44

    17 Hanebüchen (improvisation) 6:13
     Solos: Dudek (ts), Rava

    18 Announcement (Achim Hebgen) 0:15

    Disc 4
    1 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 2:05

    2 Mainz Bleibt Mainz (P. Lovens) 6:55
     Solos: Rutherford (tb); Schlippenbach (p); Brötzmann (ts)

    3 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:27

    4 Composition 23B (A. Braxton) 17:30
     Solos: Schlippenbach (p); Lovens (d); Rava (tpt); Carl (ts); Schoof (tpt); Brötzmann (bss)

    5 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:25

    6 Hip Hymn No. 2 (P. Rutherford) 20:58
     synth on tape

    7 The Forge (A. von Schlippenbach) 8:11
     Solos: Parker (ss); Wheeler (tpt); Niebergall (b)

    8 Announcement (Achim Hebgen) 0:32

    Disc 5
    1 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 1:03

    2 Marañao (E. Rava) 12:35
     Solos: Schlippenbach (p); Braxton (as); Schoof (tpt)

    3 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:54

    4 Every Single One Of Us Is A Pearl (E. Parker) 26:45
     Solos: Parker/Kowald; Christmann/Carl; Mangelsdorff/Pilz; Niebergall/Rava; Lovens/Schlippenbach; Schoof/Braxton/Rutherford; Wheeler/Dudek; Brötzmann

    5 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:12

    6 Ruby, My Dear (T. Monk) (arr. Schlippenbach) 4:50
     Solo: Braxton

    7 Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:27

    8 Machine Gun (P. Brötzmann) 12:00

    9 Closing announcement (Achim Hebgen) 0:19


    Some of the music from the Workshop portion of this set (discs 1-3) has been issued commercially: "Every Single One of Us is a Pearl,""Ruby, My Dear," and "Kunstmusik II" on Pearls (FMP 0380), and "Jahrmarkt" on Jahrmarkt/Local Fair (Po Torch PTR/JWD 2). These titles were recorded November 25-27 at the Südwestfunk Studios in Baden-Baden during the New Jazz Meeting dedicated to "Ten Years Globe Unity Orchestra."

    For Part 2 of Kowald's "Jahrmarkt," the group is divided into six small groups throughout in the studio. From left to right in this recording:

    Kowald (tuba), Schlippenbach (acc), Brötzmann (cl)
    Parker (ss), Wheeler, Rutherford
    Christmann, Niebergall, Lovens
    Mangelsdorff, Dudek (ts)
    Rava, Carl (ts), Pilz

    The issued version of "Jahrmarkt" is presented as a single performance but in fact -- because of the logistics of arranging musicians in groups around the studio -- it was recorded in three pieces.

    Rutherford's "Hip Hymn No. 2" also involved complicated logistics. The musicians are arranged in four groups from left to right:

    Braxton, Dudek, Parker, and Wheeler
    Christmann and Brötzmann
    Schlippenbach, Kowald, Niebergall, and Lovens
    Rava, Carl, Pilz, and Mangelsdorff

    In addition, Rutherford prepared a tape of the synthesizer part, and the group played on top of it.

    Discs 4-5 were recorded during a public performance on November 28 at Kurfürstliches Schloss in Mainz.

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    JOACHIM KUHN, piano, alto sax (4)
    PETER WARREN, bass, cello (3)
    PIERRE FAVRE, percussion, saw (3)

    1. Interchange  5:15
    2. Traffic Madness  2:52
    3. Cello Fane  5:53
    4. Jolly Green Giant  7:12
    5. One Foot Shuffle  7:50
    6. Solo For Arlene  3:30
    7. Sad Ballad  7:40

    Rec. December 1971.  Crystal 066 CRY 46 294.  LP

    A bit crackly I'm afraid.

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