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    A1. Talisman
    A2. Nightwings
    A3. A Canticle For Leibowitz

    B1. Stand On Zanzibar
    B2. City : Tomorrow The Dogs
    B3. A. Islands


    Saheb Sarbib, acoustic and half-electric bass, flute, ethno-flutes, plastic oboe, bass clarinet

    Jorge Lima Barreto, Fender Rhodes piano, ARP Odyssey synthesizer


    Alvorada ‎– LP-S 98-18

    Vinyl Rip







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    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor saxophone
    BRIAN WAITE, piano
    ADRIAN KENDON, bass
    TONY LEVIN, drums


    Part 1

    1. Marriage in India  8:07
    2. Bessie's blues  13:08
    3. Freedom for Henry  7:03
    4. King pin  9:51
    5. Acid rain  12:03


    Part 2

    1. Quasar  14:52
    2. Golly gosh  12:28
    3. Marriage in India (fast one)  7:29


    Avon Gorge Hotel, Bristol.  14 March 1984











    Brian Waite died from leukemia in September 2006












    Tony Levin (pictured here at the Avon Gorge Hotel) left us in February 2011

    Beautiful people

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    A1. Mattox Medley
    A2. Saint Michel

    B1. Prinsengracht
    B2. De Riem
    B3. Romance
    B4. Skinned Ahead/Jarrett


    Leo Cuypers, piano


    Recorded live in the "Brakke Grond" Amsterdam, May 19th, 1979.

    BV Haast Records ‎– BVHAAST 028

    Vinyl Rip



    LEO CUYPERS ‎– "LIVE" IN SHAFFY (BV HAAST RECORDS, 1974)





    B1. Swing Along With Babe

    B3. Russell
    B4. Love You Tenderly
    B5. Ham & Egg Stango


    Piet Noordijk, alto saxophone
    Willem Breuker, soprano, alto, tenor saxophone, clarinet
    Leo Cuypers, piano
    Arjen Gorter, double bass
    Rob Verdurmen, drums
    Hans Dulfer, tenor saxophone
    Willem Van Manen, trombone
    Martin Van Duynhoven, drums
    Ronald Snijders, flute
    Jan Wolff, horn
    Koen Van Slogteren, oboe
    Bernard Hunnekink, trombone
    Maurice Horsthuis, violin


    Track A1 and B1 recorded September 24, 1974.
    Track A2, B2, B3 and B4 recorded September 25, 1974.
    Track B5 recorded September 27, 1974.

    BV Haast Records ‎– BV HAAST 001

    Side A and B2 are still available on Zeeland Suite / Johnny Rep Suite CD from http://wbk.home.xs4all.nl/bvhaastwinkel.html

    Vinyl Rip







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    What is Democracy? is the second part of Wadada Leo Smith's three-part Ten Freedom Summers, performed by his Golden Quartet and the Ligeti String Quartet over three nights at Café Oto in November 2013, as part of the London jazz festival.

    Yes, the message is there, but this is dense, powerful music that delivers its message through elegant complexity. There is a propulsive force that reminds me of Mingus and Cecil Taylor, and Wadada seems to want to make reference to several voices of Miles Davis - I can hear mid-50s Miles to begin with, and Live-Evil later, and it is this changing voice that seems to successfully create the space for the string quartet in the later pieces. Wonderful stuff - let's hope that Radio 3 broadcast more, or that Café Oto release a recording of all three nights - the entire suite is however available as a studio recording (highly recommended).

    Many thanks to Tom Philips who recorded this from Radio 3 in excellent quality, and also to Stefano for the artwork included.

    Ten Freedom Summers - Second Collection:What is Democracy?

    Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet, flugelhorn)
    Anthony Davis (piano)
    John Lindberg (bass)
    Anthony Brown (drums)

    The Ligetti Quartet
    Mandhira de Saram (violin)
    Patrick Dawkins (violin)
    Richard Jones (viola)
    Ben Davis (cello)

    00 - Interview + Intro (2.17)
    01 - Freedom Summers (6.08)
    02 - Medgar Evers (23.55)
    03 - Sunday Morning (16.23)
    04 - Emmet Till (23.43)

    Café Oto, London, 22nd November, 2013


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    For Fredzo and Alex in Solex


    Side A:
    WOLFGANG DAUNER "PSALMUS SPEI FOR CHOIR AND JAZZ GROUP" 13:25

    Manfred Schoof, trumpet
    Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone
    Wolfgang Dauner, organ, Hohner-electra-melodica
    Eberhard Weber, cello
    Jürgen Karg, bass
    Fred Braceful, drums
    Choir (Kantorei) at St. Martin in Kassel
    Conducted by Klaus Martin Ziegler


    Side B:
    FRED VAN HOVE  "REQUIEM FOR CHE GUEVARA, MARTIN LUTHER KING, JOHN F. AND ROBERT KENNEDY, MALCOLM X" (for organ and jazz group) 17:27
    Cel Overberghe, Kris Wanders, Willem Breuker, saxophone
    Ed Kröger, trombone
    Peter Kowald, bass
    Fred Van Hove, organ
    Han Bennink, drums

    Recorded live at the "Kirche am Südstern", at the Berlin Jazz Festival on November 10, 1968.

    MPS 15205 ST (LP)
    (ripped from CRYSTAL 066 CRY 45 303 [LP], 1979)

    Note: Psalmus Spei has psalm 58/2,4,5 and 139/7-12 as lyrics for the choir.
    Requiem for Che Guevara... is based on Martin Luther's "Mitten wir im Leben sind, von dem Tode umgeben" (in the midst of live we're surrounded by death)

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    A1. Don's Song
    A2. Cherry

    B1. Bra Joe From Kilimanjaro
    B2. Jabulani-Easter Joy
    B3. Waya-Wa-Egoli
    B4. Swazi
    B5. Wayeah-Wayeah-O


    Dollar Brand, piano
    Don Cherry, trumpet, vocals, percussion
    Carlos Ward, alto saxophone, vocals, percussion

    Recorded live at the Jazz-House Montmartre, Copenhagen, November 14, 1972

    Trio Records ‎– PAP-9018, Nadja ‎– PAP-9018

    Vinyl Rip

    Not sure of the release year for this: does anyone know?






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    Ian Brighton, guitar
    Colin Wood, cello
    Frank Perry, percussion
    Radu Malfatti, trombone, khene, bass recorder
    Phil Wachsmann, violin

    A1. Constellations Of Force     19:59
    B1. Remember The Smell Of Earth When You Were Young     3:00
    B2. Cogito Ergo Slum  4:03
    B3. Almostmaybesometimesnever 1:46
    B4. Worsel Centrum  6:51
    B5. Outer Equilibrium Together With Inner Section     5:10


    Recorded in Southend, 10 and 11 September 1973.

    INCUS 11

     - scans by Nick - ripped by onxidlib -

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    Serviceton, in the comments to his post of Arthur Blythe's bush baby has kindly also added the classic 1969 Horace Tapscott album 'the giant is awakened' another beauty as yet unreissued on disc exept briefly in japan as a semi authorised 'release".

    Horace Tapscott - piano
    Arthur Blythe - alto Saxophone
    David Bryant - bass
    Walter Savage Jr - bass
    Everett Brown Jr - drums


    Recorded April 1, 1969 in Los Angeles
    Produced by Bob Thiele
    Released on Bob Thiele's Flying Dutchman label
    FDS-107


    A1. The Giant Is Awakened (Tapscott)     17:19
    A2. For Fats (Blythe)                   02:20
    B1. The Dark Tree (Tapscott)            06:58
    B2. Niger's Theme (Tapscott)            11:54


    cheers serviceton!

    Note:
    This a re-up (kind-of) of the 2008 post from Sotise ...
    ...new links added (from CD re-issue - OOP...)

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    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor and baritone saxophone
    TONY MOORE, bass
    MATT LEWIS, drums

    Set 1  40:27
    Set 2  22:02
    Set 3  30:34

    Jericho Tavern, Oxford.  1st February 1987

    Leave a comment Danny!




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    A1. Down South
    A2. Ikaya
    A3. Deep Down Feeling
    A4. Schooldays

    B1. Opportunities
    B2. Flame Tree
    B3. Mofolo


    Harry Miller, bass
    Mark Charig, cornet,trumpet
    Han Bennink, drums
    Sean Bergin, soprano, alto and tenor saxophone
    Wolter Wierbos, trombone


    Recorded 3 March 1983 in Vara Studio 3

    VARAJAZZ ‎– 4213

    Vinyl Rip




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    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor and soprano sax, bagpipes
    PAUL ROGERS, 7 string ALL bass
    HAMID DRAKE, drums

    First set  34:39
    Second set  47:37

    Music Rooms, Bristol.  24th May 2004

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    A1. I Remember Clifford
    A2. Sonnymoon For Two

    B1. Reborn One
    B2. Reborn Two


    J.R. Monterose, tenor saxophone
    Han Bennink, drums
    Jan Jacobs, bass (B1, B2)
    Groentjie, timbales (B1, B2)
    Steve Boston, conga (B1, B2)


    Recorded at Paradiso, Amsterdam in June 1969

    Heavy Soul Music ‎– HSM 1502

    Vinyl Rip



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    PAUL DUNMALL,  tenor sax
    MARCIO MATTOS,  bass
    EDDIE PREVOST,  drums

    1. 47:26

    Spitz, London.  25th September 1997



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    Peter Brötzmann, baritone & tenor saxophone, clarinet, tarogato
    Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
    Wolfgang Dauner, piano
    Han Bennink, drums, percussion

    1. First Attack (Dauner) 04:21
    2. Sticks To Come (Mangelsdorff) 08:18
    3. Dropsticks (Bennink) 24:40
    4. Jetzt Stürzen Wir Wieder Ab (Brötzmann) 20:32

    Recorded on January 17, 1985 in Stutgart (possibly at Villa Berg), Germany.



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    PAUL DUNMALL, alto and tenor sax
    JOHN LAW, piano
    BARRY GUY, bass
    LOUIS MOHOLO, drums

    First set
    1. 45:18

    Second set
    1. 36:59
    2. 9:23

    The Lift, Brighton.  29th March 1996

    For Rudi

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    A1. Bouncing With Babe
    A2. De Gigant
    A3. Burengerucht

    B1. De Wedstrijd
    B2. Killer Joe Suite



    Ernst Glerum, bass
    Martin Van Duynhoven, drums
    Jan Kuiper, guitar
    Leo Cuypers, piano
    Bob Driessen, reeds
    Maarten Van Norden, reeds
    Willem Van Manen, trombone


    Recorded on 21 December 1984 in "o 42", Nijmegen.

    VaraJazz ‎– VARAJAZZ5217

    Vinyl Rip






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    A. Mannenberg ~ 'Is Where It's Happening'

    B. The Pilgrim


    Robbie Jansen, alto saxophone, flute
    Paul Michaels, bass
    Monty Weber, drums
    Dollar Brand, piano
    Basil Coetzee, tenor saxophone, flute

    As Shams Records - The Sun ‎– SRK 786134

    Vinyl Rip





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    A1. Wolofu Bugu Bolibana
    A2. I Am A Soldier I - African-American Spiritual

    B1. I Am A Soldier II - African-American Spiritual
    B2. African Ancestrian Piece
    B3. Angry Man8:00


    Cheikh Tidiane Fall, congas, tama, tabla, voice, percussion
    Malachi Favors, bass, voice, percussion
    Sunny Murray, drums, voice, percussion


    Recorded June 5, 1979

    Circle Records ‎– RK 5679/17

    Vinyl Rip






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    1. Rectilinear
    2. Haze
    3. Bagatelle #6
    4. Little Eyes
    5. Inter-Action
    6. Circle, Chain, Mirror
    7. Ida Lupino
    8. Waltz Step
    9. Sunday Song


    Richie Beirach, piano
    Masahiko Togashi, percussion

    Recorded at Mesena Hall, Susaka City, on 25 September 1997.

    Trial Records - ETR 001

    CD Rip





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    A. Duo Improvisation
    B. Duo Improvisation

    Takehisa Kosugi, violin, radio transmitter,voice
    Akio Suzuki, analopos, kikkokikiriki, spring cong, glass harmonica

    Recorded on 2nd April, 1979 at Aeolian Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

    Alm-Uranoia - UR-3

    Vinyl Rip

    Re-up for Dan



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