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    DEREK BAILEY, guitar
    EDDIE PREVOST, percussion

    1. 35:07

    291 Gallery, Hackney, London.  20 August 2002.

    Thanks to Gus for this please.

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  • 03/13/14--09:40: ATLAS - TRIO IMPROVISATIONS

  • JOHN LAW, piano, prepared piano, percussion
    PAUL ROGERS, bass
    MARK SANDERS, drums, percussion

    1. Thursday the 14th (Law)  5:29
    2. Free blues  6:43
    3. Nigeria (Law)  10:59
    4. Evidence (Monk)  5:25
    5. Bass and piano duo improvisation  2:41
    6. Chords  6:56
    7. Drums  3:59
    8. Trio improvisation parts 1-3  20:03

    Recorded 22 January 1989.  Unnumbered cassette.

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    Peter Brötzmann, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet
    Harry Miller, double bass

    1. Song For Che (Charlie Haden) 5:40
    2. Short Sweet (Miller/Brötzmann) 2:33
    3. Swimming Pool (Miller/Brötzmann) 6:03

    Recorded live probably summer 1980 in France.

    Corbett Vs. Dempsey – cvsg 0019

    Note: Edition of 200, the first 50 came with a signed and numbered (by Peter Brötzmann) 96 page art catalog "Brötzmann Paintings & Objects" which is roughly 9 inch by 7 inch perfect bound volume from Corbett Vs. Dempsey Modern Art & Uncommon Objects.

    Made for an exhibit of the art of Peter Brötzmann at Corbett Vs. Dempsey Gallery in Chicago, Illinois, October 26, 2007 - November 30, 2007.

    Sadly OOP

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    A1. Love Story (Und Dann Ging's Heiß Her)
    A2. Majobiwomo
    A3. Sax-Machine
    A4. Bouillabaisse (Thanks, Maggie)

    B1. Deep Throb
    B2. Antarctic Love Song
    B3. Der Wüste Lebt
    B4. Waterloo

    Pinguin Moschner, tuba (F and Bb on B1)

    Recorded at IENT Studio, Aachenon 27 April 1984

    Sound Aspects Records ‎– SAS 005

    Vinyl Rip

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    Some background to this enigmatic double LP you'll find here.

    John Tchicai, alto & soprano saxophone
    Jürg Grau, pocket trumpet
    Runo Ericksson, bass trombone
    Stephan Witiwer, guitar
    Irène Schweizer, piano, electric piano
    Ole Thilo, organ, piano
    Gogoo Thalmann, bass guitar
    Peter Warren, bass, bass guitar
    Freddy Studer, drums, percussion
    Beat Kennel, drums, percussion
    Krokodil-Düde Dürst, percussion, congas
    Anne Christiansen, voice, percussion

    A. Bazillus-Infection (Ole Thilo)  17:37
    B. Force Ichha (John Tchicai)      24:31
    C. Viodo (Runo Ericksson)          21:31
    D. Abrikosmos (Ole Thilo)          21:23

    Recorded in concert at "Weisser Wind", Zurich, Switzerland, April 27, 1971.

    BAZILLUS ZILL 111/112

    (vinyl rip)

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  • 03/18/14--15:31: PLIFF - (1996)

    ALAN TOMLINSON, trombone
    JOHN EDWARDS, bass

    1. Trio 1  4:55
    2. Solo Moschner  4:09
    3. Solo Tomlinson  3:03
    4. Trio 2  6:39
    5. Trio 3  5:09
    6. Interview with Brian Morton  11:08

    BBC Radio 3 'Impressions'.  1996

    One for brian.  I missed the Edwards solo (maybe more).

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    This is for Brian and Andy ;-)

    Paul Lytton, percussion
    Hans Schneider, bass
    Floros Floridis, soprano & altosaxophone
    Pinguin Moschner, tuba & euphonium

    A. Adonis fourth part   [21:21]
    B. Adonis second part   [19:27]

    Recorded on October 21, 1983 at Theatre Adonis in IH´Dimitria, Greece.

    j.n.d.1 CP 962

    (lp rip)

    My thanks goes to owombat for the original rip.

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    KEITH TIPPETT, piano
    PAUL ROGERS, bass
    PAUL DUNMALL, clarinet, tenor and soprano saxophones
    TONY LEVIN, drums

    1. 52:12

    Half Moon Theatre, London E1.  Jazz Lunarcy Festival. 12th November 1989

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    Here is a wonderful piece of news and a treat for us all. Ian Brighton is recording again!

    Ian has kindly emailed a few times and I have summarized some of his news.

    Hi Nick,

    At nearly 70 I have decided to come out of retirement, so to speak, and start recording again: I stopped playing in 1990 after finishing the FMR 001 album, Eleven Years From Yesterday. I could never play full time, as I had a family and required a steady income.  However I kept playing the guitar over the years developing my improvisation forms, but no opportunity to perform in public. Just before I retired from work five years ago, I spoke to Evan Parker, who said something along the lines, "You should come back and start playing again, most of your old friends are still living". After Lol Coxhill passed on, I started listening to our old tapes and realised that my playing has changed so much since those early recordings. Therefore I decided to start recording again and these days it is so much easier with Pro Tools.

    I thought you maybe interested that I have released a track called, "A voice you left behind" on my Facebook page Ian Brighton Art and Music.

    This is dedicated to Derek Bailey, my mentor and friend. Before the improvisation there is a short section with Derek being interviewed about peoples approach to listening to improvisation. When Derek passed away I felt a tremendous sense of loss, because I always considered him like a distant cousin, who I was close to for a while and thereafter knew I could always call him and it would be just like yesterday. Although he was a massive influence, I never sought out to copy him, as having small hands, I could not stretch my fingers over the fretboard to achieve the same chordal structures.

    Next week, I hope to be releasing another one called "Chasing Lol". We played together many times, especially in duet form and it was always a wonderful challenge. In many ways he was a similar player to Sonny Rollins, in as much as his ideas were out of nowhere; sometimes gentle and then with great ferocity; the music being so varied. I will also use as a prelude to the improvisation a comment he made to me on stage at the 1979 Bracknell Jazz Festival, when a man in audience called out for A Night in Tunisia.

    These tracks are part of a series of improvisations I will be releasing, where I think of the character as part of the improvisation, instead of just playing a solo performance comprising different aspects of my playing, where I am drawing from my library of sounds. 

    Another track will be a conversation with myself, similar to Bill Evans. I am using acoustic and electric guitars in the way that he used acoustic and electric piano but instead of improvising on a particular tune I am using the same approach as per Derek and Lol; to focus on the character.

    My son Paul Brighton aka Cuz Beats has recorded and produced the tracks. He is also featured on one of them, when he produces live electronic sound that I use as a background to another improvisation.

    If you like the track, please share with other like minded people. It can be downloaded from Soundcloud.

    Best regards


    The track is great and more to come!

    A very happy 70th birthday to Ian.

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    1. Trio
    2. Waspgame
    3. Shakuachi # 2

    4. L'Histoire De Mme. Tasco

     Prés De Thionville
     Coup D'Oeil
     Morceau Qui Marche
     Endless Waltz

    5. To Day And To Morrow
    6. L'Âme Profonde
    7. Sag Mir Warum

    Rüdiger Carl, accordion, clarinet
    Joëlle Léandre, bass, voice
    Carlos Zíngaro, violin

    Recorded March 25 and April 3, 1992 at Stadtgarten Köln and Alte Oper Frankfurt. 

    hat ART ‎– hat ART CD 6122

    CD Rip

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    Mario Schiano, alto saxophone
    Gianluigi Trovesi, bass clarinet, alto clarinet, piccolo flute
    Pino Minafra, trumpet, fluegelhorn, vocals
    Radu Malfatti, trombone
    Peter Kowald, double bass
    Paul Lovens, drums

    1. A     05:12
    2. B     04:12
    3. C     03:03
    4. D     07:13
    5. E     10:22
    6. F     06:14
    7. G (Lover Man) 02:56

    Recorded on March 10, 1989 at the Colosseo Theatre, Roma, Italy during the International "Controindicazioni 3" Festival.

    SPLASC(H) HP 20
    SPLASC(H) CDHP 20.2

    Note: Benefit concert for the repurchase of the penedelum of Mr. Foucault.

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    Again - before I continue with some german Free Jazz - here a fantastic recording from the far north of Europe. On this album all three - Vesala, Andersen and Aaltonen - were at their creative peak. Enjoy!

    update march 2014:

    Juhani Aaltonen, tenor & soprano saxophone
    Arild Andersen, bass
    Edward Vesala, drums

    1. Alhambra Mood (Aaltonen)         6:35
    2. Nana (Aaltonen/Andersen/Vesala)  4:15
    3. Joiku (Aaltonen)                 7:10
    4. My B (Andersen)                 5:05
    5. Gamma (Aaltonen)                 6:00
    6. Fill In (Vesala)                 1:25
    7. Albatros (Aaltonen)                 4:00

    Recorded on August 25, 1970, location not given.

    BLUE MASTER BLU-LP 125  (vinyl rip)

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    Again : will this excellent album ever be reissued?

    Do yourself a favour and check it out - the same goes for my previous post > Robert Pozar's "Good Golly, Miss Nancy".

    An interview with Ed Curran >

    Without friends a lot of my posts wouldn't be possible...thank you J. , W. , K. , M. and J. from F.!!


    Marc Levin, cornet, fluegelhorn, mellophone
    Ed Curran, alto saxophone, clarinet
    Kiyoshi Tokunaga, bass
    Robert Pozar, drums

    1. Cire 06:16
    2. Why 03:47
    3. Mid Tempo 03:52
    4. Looking Back 05:11
    5. Duns 04:12
    6. Lady A 04:48
    7. Nicole 06:52
    8. Drac 03:27

    Recorded in New York on March 17th, 1967.

    (produced by Bill Dixon)

    SAVOY MG 12191

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    Here's for you to discover....

    An interview with Cleve (Robert) Pozar:


    Mike Zwerin, bass trumpet, trumpet
    Kathy Morris, cello
    Jimmy Garrison, bass
    Robert Pozar, drums

    1. The mechanical answering service of
    ...Chris and Martha White 03:38
    2. Robin Hood 03:05
    3. Renfield 09:39
    4. Keying in your bank 06:57
    5. Sweet little Maia 05:48
    6. Good Golly, Miss Nancy 04:35

    Recorded in 1966

    (produced by Bill Dixon)

    SAVOY MG 12189

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    1. Scene
    2. Song For Twilight
    3. Chromatic Lady & Pentatonic Guy
    4. Tears
    5. Hoy Hoy
    6. Song Of Nothing
    7. In The Pot
    8. Typhoon
    9. Midnight Talking To Me

    Masahiko Togashi, percussion

    Recorded on 27-29 September 1987 at Studio A, Tokyo.

    Cornelius Records - CCD 701

    CD Rip

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    Soundwise these recordings are a bit muffled but the music's really excellent IMHO.
    Maybe someone has a better version!?

    The Double Trio track was recorded about two month before Brötzmann's 'Machine Gun' - makes for an interesting comparison.

    Maybe one day it will see a proper release....

    1. Juicy (from the unreleased Cul-de-Sac soundtrack) (K. Komeda/2:10/completed track)
    Kenny Wheeler, trumpet
    Paul Rutherford, trombone
    Trevor Watts, alto saxophone, breathing
    Jeff Clyne, bass
    John Stevens, drums, percussion

    Recorded by Eddie Kramer, probably at Olympic Sound Studios, London, April 1966.
    The Ensemble was apparently commissioned via Eddie Kramer to record compositions by Krzysztof Komeda for the soundtrack of Roman Polanski’s 1966 film Cul-de-Sac, an offbeat black-comedy set on the island of Lindisfarne.

    2. Springboard (and radio announcement) (Stevens/3:56)
    Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, fluegelhorn
    Paul Rutherford, trombone
    Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Trevor Watts, alto saxophone, flute, oboe
    Derek Bailey, guitar
    Barry Guy, bass
    John Stevens, drums

    Recorded live by BBC Radio at the Paris cinema, London, Mon March 20, 1967;
    tr: BBC Radio Light Programme The Jazz Scene (Jazz Club slot), March 26, 1967.

    3. Willow Trio - Part 2 (extract 7:59)
    Evan Parker, soprano saxophone
    Barre Phillips, bass
    John Stevens, percussion

    Recorded by Eddie Kramer at Olympic Sound Studios, London, October 6, 1967. Willow Trio sessions.

    4. Double Trio - Part 1 (32:05)
    Evan Parker, soprano saxophone
    Trevor Watts, alto saxophone
    Dave Holland, bass
    Peter Kowald, bass
    Rashied Ali, drums, percussion
    John Stevens, drums, percussion

    Recorded by Eddie Kramer at Olympic Sound Studios, London, March 10, 1968. Unreleased studio session.
     Island (unissued)

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    The great Helen Merrill's most challenging, outer worldly record ever,,featuring loose , free  highly textured arrangements, by Masahiko Sato, and Peacock , recorded just 4 months before the epochal.. "Samadhi' by the trio...
    This also features a touching version of Ellington's in a sentimental mood' which is so obviously Gary Peacock's,very moving tribute to Jimmy Blanton.

    Only reissued on Cd in Japan and out of print to the best of my knowledge ..
    This rip is taken from the early 70's Storyville LP ..

    Helen Merrill is as far as i know still recording...and well worth supporting !
    she has a website here


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    I was pretty pissed off years ago when i bought the CD, New York capers and quirks, only to find that almost half the material had been left off including my favourite piece "the crunch" where Ronnie Boykins seems most inventive(and audible), i had given the scratchy old beige soft cover double lp away , because it sounded muddy, and i'd ordered the cd from a shop..
    This reissue box edition from 1981 is a huge sonic improvement , on the first edition.
    Boykins is not as audible as on the cd versions.. but otherwise the sound is great..
    Anyone know why this material hasn't been reissued?

    The Crunch is particularly great one of those  sprawling blow out monsters, like the thing, where Lacy stretches his extended technique to the limit.
    Dennis Charles Beating out Melodic Martial tattoo like rhythms in unison with Lacy is a Joyous aural feast, a pity this trio didn't record more!
    recorded live at soundscape by Peter Kuhn on December 29-1979

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  • 03/31/14--15:08: Paul Bley Trio-Canada 1968

  • For an Australian friend...
    A great Paul Bley trio session, put out by radio Canada international transcription service, recorded in Montreal in December 68, i believe this was Bley's last  entirely acoustic release from the sixties and for some time until ECM'S, Open to Love, last in a glorious sequence spanning ten or so indispensable records, and one of the few which has never made it to cd ..

    Four great tunes by Annette Peacock , his wife at the time, with Mario Pavone's only stint in Bleys acoustic trio.
     For some inexplicable reason this album is not mentioned In the Paul Bley entry on the Jazz discographies project site.
    this album's been posted as mp3's at lucky psychic hut , and may well still be available somewhere in that format.
    Bley's website, a rich source of articles , interviews and home of  the IAI label

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