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    A1. Night Music
    A2. Mori No Sei (Wood Nymph)
    A3. Lecke
    A4. Rush

    B1. New Arrival
    B2. Inori
    B3. Hi No Odori (Fire Dance)
    B4. Le Temps


    Takashi Kako, piano

    Recorded November 21, 1974, at Studio Clarens, Paris

    Sun Records ‎– SR 109

    LP Rip



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    A1. Rufus (Swung, His Face At Last To The Wind, Then His Neck Snapped)
    A2. Nettus
    B1. Hoppin'
    B2. For Helved
    B3. Funeral


    John Tchicai, alto saxophone
    Don Moore, bass
    J.C. Moses, drums
    Archie Shepp, tenor saxophone


    Recorded in New York City on August 23, 1963

    Fontana ‎– 195J-26, Japan re-issue, 1984

    LP Rip



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    A1. Drizzling Rain
    A2. Gin-Kai

    B1. Admire, But Detest(Mr. Out)
    B2. Bell
    B3. Green Dance


    Yoshio Suzuki, bass
    Hiroshi Murakami, drums
    Masabumi Kikuchi, piano
    Kosuke Mine, soprano saxophone, percussion
    Hideo Miyata, tenor saxophone, flute


    Recorded March 1973 at Victor Studio,Tokyo

    Philips ‎– FX-8527

    LP Rip







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    Not much is known (to me) about Jym Young.
    He did play in 1964 with Sonny Simmons and Barbara Donald's band.
    Also adding his piano to Dewey Redman's first LP "Look for the Black Star".
    Later he became known as Waheem Young in the Bay Area - I even suspect he played piano for one tune on the Steve Miller Band's "Living In The 20th Century".




    Bennett Friedman, tenor saxophone
    Jym Young, piano, african thumb piano
    Harley White, double bass
    Jim Messinger, drums, indian snake charmer


    A1. Puzzle Box     3:03
    A2. Lament     13:01
    B1. Possibility 10:28   
    B2. Skippin' In The Rain 7:18

    Recorded December 31, 1966 in San Francisco.

    INTERNATIONAL POLYDOR PRODUCTION 623 226 (Germany, 1967)

     (vinyl rip)

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    Calvin Hayes - Alto Saxophone
    Lucas Mason - Flute, African Flute
    Buddy Collins - Guitar
    Whitney Booth - Banya Drum
    Grover Page - Piano
    Leonard Lonergan - Soprano Saxophone
    Wesley Butler - Synthesizer
    Hannibal Peterson, Willis Carter - Trumpet
    Bill Barber - Tuba
    Sam Tillman - Electric Bass
    Nathan Battles - Drums


    A1 - The Universe Is Not For Sale      4:38
    A2 - Saint Mingus              3:39
    A3 - Saint Mingus (Part Two)           4:38
    A4 - Nightriffer              4:59
    A5 - Sundowning              3:38
    B1 - Hello, Thelonious          5:07
    B2 - Me, The People              3:30
    B3 - Dreams Parting The Blue Air       11:12
    B4 - Pushing Ink              4:15
       
    compositions by Leonard Lonergan, except A2, A3, B1, by Barber, Peterson, Lonergan

    no date reported on the album
    probably rec. 1980, according to http://www.oocities.org/bourbonstreet/quarter/7055/Hannibal/Disko-hannibal.htm
    remark: tracks 2,3,6 are trio improvisations by Lonergan, Hannibal and Barber

    Smackdab Records, SD-1001, LP
    Vinyl RIP

    The sound quality is not the best, probably bad recording, but more than listenable

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    KEITH TIPPETT - piano, wood blocks, music box, voice

    1.  Improvisation  53:06

    Bloomsbury Theatre, London

    27th March 1992   A lunchtime concert.

    soundboard, cassette recording.










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    A.  Incognito's '84

    B1. T. A. '90
    B2. Rather Formal


    Lol Coxhill, soprano saxophon


    Recorded at Incognito's Wine Bar, London, 1984 (A)
    Recorded at the Tom Allen Centre, London, 1990 (B1)
    Recorded at Southwark Cathedral, London (B2)

    Wire Cassettes ‎– Wire 002

    Cassette Rip


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    Here are two sets from the Perry Robinson Trio, close to two hours in all, recorded at Lindlar which is roughly in the middle of Germny, not too far from Cologne. A small, intimate setting with lots of banter between the songs from Robinson and Schueller. An interesting piece of information, which I didn't know, was that Joe Hill was written by Perry Robinson's father, Earl Robinson, made famous by Joan Baez at the Woodstock festival in 1969. A nice, relaxed gig, this one, to be enjoyed wholeheartedly!

    Perry Robinson Trio, 2008.11.23, Lindlar (Germany)
    Artgenossen
    Lindlar, Germany
    23. November 2008

    Perry Robinson Trio

    Perry Robinson – clarinet
    Ed Schuller – bass
    Ernst Bier – drums

    Set 1
    1. The Call
    2. Switchbacks
    3. Joe Hill
    4. AKA Snake
    5. Unisphere
    6. The Feud

    Set 2
    7. Inside Out
    8. Sooner than Before
    9. Loose Nuts
    10.Funky Jorah
    11.Mountain Soup


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    A1. Bag's Groove
    A2. For Heaven's Sake
    A3. Smile
    A4. Midday Moon

    B1. In A Sentimental Mood
    B2. Bb Blues
    B3. Eyes Of Love


    Hiroshi Hatsuyama, vibes
    Atsushige Muraishi, guitar
    Haruo Ogoshi, bass
    Koji Kushima, drums

    Fumio Itabashi, piano (B3)
    Kazuhide Motooka, piano (A2, A3)
    Toru Tsuzuki, piano (A4)

    Recorded on 7 June 1977 at Aketa-No-Mise

    Aketa's Disk - AD-4

    LP Rip


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    Excellent music!


    George Lewis, trombone
    Douglas Ewart, alto saxophone, bamboo-flute, bass clarinet
    Wallace McMillan, flute, alto saxophone
    Anthony Davis, piano
    Richard Teitelbaum, synthesizer

    1. Hommage To Charlie Parker - part one  35:57
    2. Hommage To Charlie Parker - part two  21:14
    3. Blues (1977)                          12:58


    Recorded in Moers, Germany on June 2, 1979.

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    A. Roulette

    B. Krain Theater


    Takashi Kazamaki, percussion
    Tom Cora, cello (A)
    Danny Davis, alto saxophone (B)
    William Parker, bass, marimba (B)


    Recorded Live At Roulette, New York, October 16, 1987 (A)

    Recorded Live At Krain Theater, New York, July 9, 1987 (B)


    Omba Records ‎– OMBA-004


    Cassette Rip



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    A. 鶴: Tsuru

    B. 亀: Kame



    Morisada Michihiro, bass
    Yoshinori Motoki, S.M. flute


    Recorded at Illimite on 24 November 1981

    Motoki Records - No.1

    LP Rip



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    Lee Konitz, alto saxophone, varitone
    Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
    Barre Phillips, bass
    Stu Martin, drums

    1. ZORES MORES (22:57)
    - Zores Mores (Albert Mangelsdorff)
    - At Twilight (Attila Zoller)
    - 317 East 32nd (Lee Konitz)
    - 'Round Midnight (Thelonious Monk)
    - Ode To Billy Joe (Bobbie Gentry)
    - Zores Mores (Albert Mangelsdorff)


    Recorded at the Meistersingerhalle in Nürnberg, Germany on March 30, 1968.

    Recorded by BR (Bayrischer Rundfunk)

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    A. Visible and Invisible

    B. A History of Red


    Yoshinori Yanagawa, alto saxophone


    Recorded 25 July 1990 at Gokuonsha Studio


    Cassette Rip



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    1. You're My Everything
    2. Unbalanced
    3. I Remember Clifford
    4. Color Of Wind
    5. D • D


    Nobuyoshi Ino, bass
    Masahiko Togashi, percussion
    Kosuke Mine, tenor saxophone


    Recorded on 5 April 1998

    Trial Records ‎– ETR-002

    CD Rip







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    1.1. 2.5 Cycle
    1.2. Rumba De Funk
    1.3. Nostalgia
    1.4. The Air
    1.5. Flying Riceman

    2.1. Valencia
    2.2. Faces
    2.3. From Tchaikovsky Sym. #5 2nd Movement
    2.4. Action
    2.5. Waltz Step


    Nobuyoshi Ino, bass
    Masahiko Togashi, percussion
    Masahiko Sato, piano
    Yosuke Yamashita, piano
    Kosuke Mine, tenor saxophone
    Terumasa Hino, trumpet


    Recorded on 11 December 1998 at Hammamatsu Act Hall

    Trial Records ‎– ETR-004-5


    CD Rip



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

    Set 1
    1. 71:50

    Set 2
    1. 44:21

    Bobby Brown's, Nottingham.  21 March 1990

    A couple of people have asked for a re-up of this but I'm posting it anew, joining up what was two half tracks on set one. Totally together and musical from the off.  Amazing free improvisation!!


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    Daniele Cavallanti - tenor & soprano saxophones
    Roberto Ottaviano - soprano & alto saxophones
    Jean-Jacques Avenel - bass (right ch.)
    Paolino Dalla Porta - bass (left ch.)
    Tiziano Tononi - drums & perc. (right ch.)
    Oliver Johnson - drums & perc (left ch.)

    A1 - The Leo
    A2 - Freewheelin'
    B1 - Mbizo for Johnny Dyani
    B2 - For Rafiullah Khan
    B3 - Closing Time

    all compositions by Daniele Cavallanti
    recorded and mixed at Jingle Machine Studio, Milano June 2-3-4 1987

    LP Red Record RR 216 (1987)
    vinyl rip

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    A1. Tenacious Prayer Forever
    A2. Roaming In Darkness

    B1. Love Token
    B2. Silence, Horizon & A Dawn
    B3. Piece To Peace
    B4. Young Blood



    Kosuke Mine, alto saxophone
    Yoshio Ikeda, bass, electric bass
    Hiroshi Murakama, drums
    Keiji Kishida, drums
    Masabumi Kikuchi, piano
    Masahiro Kikuchi, Fender piano


    Recorded at Victor Studio, March 16 1970

    Philips ‎– FX-8501

    LP Rip



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    A.  Dancing Mist With Joe Henderson

    B.  Dancing Mist At The Yamaha Hall

    C1. Dancing Mist With Masabumi Kikuchi Sextet

    C2. Dancing Mist With Poll Winners

    D.  Dancing Mist At The Sankei Hall


    Joe Henderson, tenor saxophone (A)
    Takeru Muraoka, tenor saxophone (C2)
    Sadao Watanabe, alto saxophone (C2)
    Terumasa Hino, trumpet (A, C2)
    Kosuke Mine, soprano saxophone (A, B, C1, C2, D)
    Masabumi Kikuchi, electric piano (A, B, C1, C2, D)
    Yoshio Suzuki, bass (A, B)
    Yoshio Ikeda, bass (C1, D)
    Kunimitsu Inaba, bass (C2)
    Hiroshi Murakami, drums (A, B, C1, D)
    Motohiko Hino, drums (C1, C2)
    Yoshiyuki Nakamura, drums (A, B)
    Hideo Ichikawa, organ (C1)
    Mashiro Kikuchi, organ (D)
    Keiji Kishida, percussion (C1), drums (D)
    Yoshiaki Masuo, electric guitar (C2)

    Recorded live on 5 August 1971 (A), 3 July 1971 (B), 22 August 1970 (C1), 29 May 1971 (C2) and 13 November 1970 (D)

    Philips - FS-5072-3

    LP Rip






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