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- 03/31/14--22:02: MASAHIKO TOGASHI – THE FACE OF PERCUSSION (PADDLE WHEEL, 1981)
- 04/01/14--15:33: MUJICIAN - Second set. Torrington. 1993
- 04/02/14--17:43: HOZAN YAMAMOTO & MASAHIKO SATO - SILKY ADVENTURE (BROADWAY, 1986)
- 04/06/14--12:33: NIKO LANGENHUIJSEN – HYPO (VARAJAZZ, 1984)
- 04/08/14--14:41: MANFRED SCHOOF QUINTET "HELSINKI 1974"
- 04/10/14--13:19: TONY LEVIN and PAUL DUNMALL. Bristol 22.1.93 (Set 2)
- 04/12/14--16:50: Blixt live at Moers 2013
- 04/13/14--11:49: RADIO JAZZ GROUP STUTTGART feat. BRÖTZMANN TRIO "STUTTGART 1976"
- 04/13/14--15:24: BOBBY WATSON & HORIZON - Live webcast from MCG
- 04/13/14--16:47: MASAHIKO TOGASHI - SPIRITS TRIO - JAZZ (VENUS RECORDS, 1994)
- 04/14/14--03:33: Terumasa Hino-Live in Berlin 1971-(Victor SMJX-10128)
- 04/15/14--10:23: CARL, KRAFT, WOLF – LIVE (CDr, 1998)
A1. Something Coming
A3. Let's Sing, Let's Dance
B1. Ballad For Loneliness
B3. Whispering Stars
B4. Something Leaving
Masahiko Togashi, percussion
Recorded August 12-14, 18-20, 1980 : King Records Studio #2, Tokyo.
Paddle Wheel / King K28P-6050
PAUL DUNMALL, tenor, baritone and soprano saxophone
KEITH TIPPETT, piano
PAUL ROGERS, bass
TONY LEVIN, drums
1. Second set 51:54
Live at The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington. 11 September 1993
A1. Iberian Sunset
A2. Bamboo Shoots
A3. Tail Wind
A4. Commodore Drive
B1. Silky Adventure
B3. Earlham Blues
B4. Village West
Hozan Yamamoto, shakuhachi
Masahiko Sato, piano
Recorded 26 August 1986 at Sound City Studios.
Broadway - 28MB-5001
Paul Rutherford, trombone
Rüdiger Carl, tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute, accordion
Gerd Dudek, soprano & tenor saxophone, flute
Hans Reichel, guitar
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, synthesizer
Tristan Honsinger, cello, vocals
Donald Rafael Garrett, bass
1. unknown title 06:22
2. unknown title 11:54
3. unknown title 16:03
4. unknown title 21:27
Recorded at Radio Studio SWR, Villa Berg, Stuttgart, Germany on February 27, 1976.
A. Don't Freeze Yourself To Death Over There In Those Mountains
B. Sorry, Brother
Jeanne Lee, vocals
Frank Wollny, bass
Denis Charles, drums
A.R. Penck, keyboards
Clarence Sharpe, alto saxophone
A1. Op De Eén
A3. Ruime Slakken
B1. Op De Twee
B2. In G
B3. Hypo II
B4. Hypo I
Niko Langenhuijsen, piano, melodica, synthesizer
Arnold Dooyeweerd, bass
Ernst Reijseger, cello
Willem Van Manen, trombone
Toon De Gouw, trumpet
Bohuslav Zola, violin
Recorded on 8-9 February 1984 in VARA-Studio 5, Hilversum, Holland.
VARAJAZZ – 4214
Rüdiger Carl, tenor saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, piccolo, accordion, percussion
Hans Reichel, violin
Stephan Wittwer, guitar
Irène Schweizer, piano, percussion
Wolfgang Dauner, piano (not on tr.3)
Tristan Honsinger, cello, voice
Maarten van Regteren Altena, bass, cello
Anton Bruhin, voice, harmonica, percussion, poem
Dieter Zimmerle (fm announcer)
1. Zichtels Wunsch > Steel Five 15:36
2. announcement 01:07
3. Ouvertüre > S'Zehnerli 33:40
4. announcement 00:25
Recorded at Radio Studio SWR, Villa Berg, Stuttgart, Germany on June 8, 1978.
Manfred Schoof, fluegelhorn, cornet
Michel Pilz, bass clarinet
Eero Koivistoinen, soprano & tenor saxophone
Pekko Sarmento, bass
Reino Laine, drums
1. introduction 00:27
2. Naima (J. Coltrane) (inc) 14:18
3. introduction 00:13
4. unknown title 26:06
5. introduction 01:47
6. Neum (M. Schoof) (inc) 18:52
Recorded at Tavastia Club, Helsinki, Finland on April 18, 1974.
A1. Element Of Surprise
A2. Resulting Confusion
A3. A Solution Found
B1. Journey In Hope
B2. Speedy Preparation
B3. A Little German Clap And You Have It
John Surman, baritone and soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, synthesizer
Tony Levin, drums, percussion
Recorded live at Moers Festival 16 May 1975
Ring Records – Ring 01006
TONY LEVIN. drums
PAUL DUNMALL, alto, soprano and tenor saxophones
Rare Music Club, Bristol. 22 January 1993 (Second set)
Did someone say Tony Levin?
Yikes! This sounds great, and rarer than the rarest rare rarity.
Would appreciate some feed-back. Thanks.
Günter Christmann, trombone
Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, synthesizer
Peter Kowald, bass
Paul Lovens, drums, percussion
Paul Lytton, drums, percussion, electronics
1. unknown title 15:33
2. unknown title 14:43
3. unknown title 19:30
4. unknown title 09:18
5. unknown title 11:16
Recorded at Radio Studio SWR, Villa Berg, Stuttgart, Germany on June 13, 1977.
GROUP EVERYTHING EVERYTHING EVERYTHING - HINO'S "JOURNEY TO AIR" (LOVE RECORDS, CANYON RECORDS, 1970)
A. Journey To Air 1
B. Journey To Air 2
Dave Liebman, alto & tenor saxophone
Steve Grossman, alto & tenor saxophone, flute
Lanny Fields, bass
Teruo Nakamura, bass
Mike Garson, piano, electric piano
Terumasa Hino, trumpet, flugelhorn
Dave Holland, bass
Gary Pribec, alto saxophone
Pete Yellin, alto saxophone, flute
Bobby Moses, drums
Motohiko Hino, drums, handclaps
Olu Dara, trumpet
Recorded at Upsurge Studio, New York City, March 1970.
Love Records - TP-103; Canyon Records – CAJ-1001
EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING - JUST FLASH IN THE COSMIC PAN (COLUMBIA, 1970)
A. In To The Heaven
B1. Jun's Dreams
B2. Just Flash In The Cosmic Pan
Dave Liebman, soprano & tenor saxophone
Steve Grossman, soprano & tenor saxophone
Lanny Fields, bass
Teruo Nakamura, bass
Mike Garson, piano
Reggie Workman, bass
John Carbone, bass
Randy Brecker, trumpet
Joe Bonner, electric piano
John Abercrombie, guitar
Lenny White, drums
Steve Jackson, percussion
Yosuke Tonoki, percussion, flute
Recorded on 15 June 1970.
Columbia - YS-2400-AX
Günter Christmann, trombone
Detlef Schönenberg, drums
Harald Bojé, synthesizer
Wolfgang Dauner, piano
1. Cave Canem 07:57
2. Tet-Anus 10:56
3. Sueddeutscher Rundfunk 11:45
4. Trio One 06:42
5. Trio Two 09:38
Recorded at Studio Villa Berg, Stuttgart, Germany on November 19, 1976.
B3. High Fly
Stefan Brolund, acoustic bass
Okay Temiz, drums, goblet drum
Lennart Åberg, soprano and tenor saxophone
Bobo Stenson, piano
R. A. Rajagopal, ghatam
T. N. Shashikumar, kanjira
T.A.S. Mani, mridangam
R. A. Ramamani, vocals
Recorded & mixed at Sonet Studios, Stockholm in October - November 1984.
Sonet – SNTF 930
Here's a full performnce of this power trio at last year's Moers festival in Germany. The announcer draws the power trio lineage as far back as Cream, a band that always left room for long stetches of improvisation, even though their repertoire was song-based. This lot, though, is fully improvisational throughout, or at least, that's how it sounds. Raoul Björkenheim has worked in the trio format before, notably with the Scorch Trio which has been inactive lately and Bill Laswell played in the Painkiller trio with John Zorn and Mick Harris. We'll get to the Scorchers in due course. The name, meaning lightning in Swedish, does sort of indicate what they're up to.
I saw them last year, on the same tour I think, and recorded the entire thing on the cell phone, but listening to the playback, quickly realised that a cell phone can't handle the sonic barrage of these gentlemen. Of course, listening and watching this video is hardly any substitute for watchng them live. The propulsive playing of drummer Morgan Ågren betrays his background in prog and metal which was to some extent a defining characteristic of Painkiller which in fact released some of their work on metal labels. Anyhow, here's a set of loudness interspersed with quieter passages, but not for too long. I happen to like the quiet parts better, but that's just me.
Moers Jazz Fest
May 18 2013
This is the Arte live Webcast of Blixt's red hot performance at moers
Raoul Björkenheim Guitar
Bill Laswell bass
Morgan Ågren Drums
Technical point: This video is in the flv format and it works well with the VLC player. I should add that the action starts at the eight minute mark. Ideally it could have been cut shorter, but I don't have the requisite software for that.
Kudos to "punkjazz" at the Dime site for grabbing and uploading.
To be ferociously enjoyed, as always.
This is the 9th part in the thread of Radio Jazz Group recordings from Stuttgart - one more to come.
Peter Brötzmann, soprano, tenor & bass saxophone, clarinet
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, electric piano
Fred Van Hove, piano, organ, accordion
Adelhard Roidinger, bass
Han Bennink, drums, percussion
1. unknown title 25:17
2. unknown title (inc.) 26:37
Recorded at Radio Studio SWR, Villa Berg, Stuttgart, Germany on April 9, 1976.
In case you missed it...
Bobby Watson & Horizon
April 12, 2014 (early show)
Manchester Craftsmen's Guild Concert Hall, Pittsburgh, PA
01. The Young Rabbits 8:28
02. Sweet Dreams 14:35
03. Seventh Avenue South 15:58
04. chat 2:44
05. A Moment Of Silence 1:24
06. chat 0:32
07. From The Heart 8:09
08. chat 1:13
09. The Look Of Love 4:46
10. In Case You Missed It 8:19
Bobby Watson - Alto Saxophone
Terell Stafford- Trumpet
Edward Simon - Piano
Peter Washington - Bass
Victor Lewis - Drums
1. Where Are You?
2. Blame It On My Youth
3. Waltz Step
4. Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
5. Don't Take Your Love From Me
6. The Things We Did Last Summer
7. Desert Wind
8. A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening
Hideo Ichikawa, piano
Ikuo Sakurai, bass
Masahio Togashi, drums
Recorded at Music Inn, Tokyo, 8 July 1994
Venus Records - TKCV-79057
More Terumasa Hino, here's a favourite, unbelievably out of print, by Hino's touring quintet of the early 70's, incredibly inventive unit , stradling freeish post Bop, Fusion you name it..
Of note specifically is some remarkably free shredding by guitarist Kyoshi Sugimoto,(Taku Sugimoto's father) who steals the show here, for me , along with Hino's folksy vocal tone and incendiary attack...
Cycle Circle, on side one has a lurching ominousness that's very similar territory to K.Komeda's Astigmatic.