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    Lol Coxhill, soprano saxophone
    Colin Wood, cello
    Dave Holland, piano


    A. Las Bicicletas  2:34
    B. Frog Dance  2:48


    Chiltern Sound Records – RONDO 1 (prob.1977)

    (vinyl rip)

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    JOHN TAYLOR - piano
    JOHN SURMAN - baritone and soprano saxophone, bass clarinet

    1. Ambleside Days
    2. Wandering
    3. Morning Among Coniston Fells
    4. Scale Force
    5. Dry Stone
    6. Clapperclowe
    7. ?
    8. Tess
    9. Going for a Burton

    Guildhall, Bath.  May 1992

    BBC Radio 3 'Jazz at the Bath Festival'

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    A.  A Part

    B1. Ode To Workman
    B2. Be And Know


    Reggie Workman, bass
    Yuji Imamura, congas
    Motohiko Hino, drums
    Kiyoshi Sugimoto, guitar
    Hideo Ichikawa, piano, electric piano
    Takao Uematsu, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
    Terumasa Hino, trumpet, flugelhorn


    Recorded at T.S.C. Japan on 1 & 8 November and 3 December, 1970.

    Canyon Records - CAJ-1005

    LP Rip


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    Earlier on this blog, kinabulu posted a session in which Terry Riley collaborated with Don Cherry. Picking up the thread from this, here is a recent concert by Ensemble in process of minimalist pieces, including a great version of Terry Riley's In C that deftly shows the eddy currents and subtle fractals that flow through this music;

    La Monte Young: Composition 1960 Nr. 7

    Steve Reich: Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ

    Philip Glass: "Glassworks", Opening und Floe

    Terry Riley: "In C"

    Ulli Götte: Nukleus (Hiroshima-Fukushima); Lernen aus der Geschichte (part 8)

    Ensemble in process
    Conducted by Uli Götte
    Erlangen,16th October 2015

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    GERD DUDEK, tenor and soprano saxophones
    ROB VAN DEN BROECK, piano
    ALI HAURAND, bass
    TONY LEVIN, drums

    1. Lonnie's Lament  18:31
    2. 12:12
    3. 09:46
    4. 21:05

    Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham

    18th March 1996

    For francisco santos.  Let me know the titles.  Enjoy.

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    A.  Drum Form (Wings / Prophet Of Dogon / Still Water / Desert Plant / Tune)

    B.  Soy: Material / Seven

    C.  Passages (Anthill)

    D1. Pieces I & II
    D2. Above And Beyond



    William Hooker, drums, percussion, vocals
    Mark Miller, bass (B)
    David Murray, tenor saxophone (B)
    David S Ware, tenor saxophone (C)
    Hasaan Dawkins, alto saxophone, flute, percussion (D1)
    Les Goodson, tenor saxophone, flute, percussion (D1)


    Recorded at Columbia University, NYC, on 29 May 1975 (A); at the Cubiculo, NYC, on 4 May 1975; at the Langston Hughes Library, Corona, NY, on 5 February 1976 (C);  at the Columbia Branch, New York City Library, on 20 May 1976 (D1) and at WHNB-TV, West Hartford, CT, on 19 November 1976 (D2)

    Reality Unit Concepts ‎– RUC 444

    LP Rip




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    I have this rip on a dvd-r - so probably you can listen to this only with a dvd-player (no video only audio) or directly from the pc.
    It's a lossless rip plus a pdf of the 26p. booklet.

    And you might like to read an article/interview about the task of transferring the music from the original tapes........here




    La Monte Young, piano

    A.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 1     30:10
    B.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 2     29:07
    C.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 3     34:34
    D.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 4     27:21
    E.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 5     33:16
    F.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 6     28:00
    G.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 7     29:19
    H.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 8     32:59
    I.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 9     29:22
    J.     The Well-Tuned Piano Part 10     32:27

    Composed & produced by La Monte Young
    Producer: David Farneth & Marian Zazeela


    Performed by La Monte Young in a setting of The Magenta Lights by Marian Zazeela.
    Recorded live at the last 6 Harrison Street Dream House concert of The Well Tuned Piano, New York City, October 1981, presented by DIA Foundation.


    GRAMAVISION 18-8701-1 (5xLP) 18-8701-2 (5xCD) 18-8701-3 (5xCass.)


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    Michael Mantler | comp, tp
    Christoph Cech | cond
    Peter Brötzmann | reeds
    Tony Lakatos | reeds
    Bjarne Roupé | g
    David Helbock | p

    radio.string.quartet.vienna
    Bernie Mallinger | violin
    Igmar Jenner | violin
    Cynthia Liao | viola
    Sophie Abraham | cello

    Frank Wellert | tp
    Martin Auer | tp
    Thomas Sonnen | french horn
    Maciej Baranowski | french horn
    Christian Jaksjø | tb
    Manfred Honetschläger | b-tb
    Wolf Schenk | tuba
    Stefan Karl Schmid | ss, fl
    Oliver Leicht | ss, cl
    Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn | as, fl
    Benjamin Steil | as, cl, bcl
    Steffen Weber | ts, fl
    Rainer Heute | bs

    Nina Hacker | b
    Thomas Stabenow | b
    Thomas Heidepriem | b
    Jean Paul Höchstädter | dr 

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    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor and soprano saxophone
    PHILIP GIBBS - guitar
    JOHN ADAMS - guitar
    TONY MARSH - drums

    1. 39:54
    2. 20:29

    The Reliance, Old Street, London  13th July 2002

    I recently came across this forgotten cassette recording and transferred it to cdr and sent a copy to Paul. He says he likes the music in spite of the rather flat sound, and he would like to share it with his followers here.





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    PAUL DUNMALL  tenor saxophone
    ALEX MAGUIRE  piano
    TONY MOORE  bass
    STEVE NOBLE  drums, percussion, bugle, harmonica

    1. 41:01
    2. 46:14

    Union Tavern, London  3rd July 1987

    This was a phenomenally tight and scorching group whose music was never released.
    Stu's fine live recording captures an AWESOME performance.  Don't miss.

    See also Band on the Wall 1987



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    A1. Each Other
    A2. Love Nature

    B.  Sister Mayumi



    Gary Bartz, alto saxophone
    Reggie Workman, bass
    Eric Gravatt, drums
    Kiyoshi Sugimoto, electric guitar
    Terumasa Hino, trumpet


    Recorded at Obe Studio, Teaneck, New Jersey on 31 March '71

    Canyon Records ‎– J-1006

    LP Rip




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    2015 konnte gefeiert werden: 25 Jahre Jazzbaltica! Aus diesem Anlass strickte der künstlerische Leiter Nils Landgren ein Programm, in dem immer wieder Weggefährten von einem Vierteljahrhundert Festivalgeschichte auftauchten. Der betont familiäre Charakter ist nichts Neues - doch diesmal waren auch Teilnehmer der ersten Jazzbaltica 1991 dabei.

    Günter "Baby" Sommer, Schlagzeug
    Manfred Schoof, Trompete, Flügelhorn
    Gianluigi Trovesi, Altsaxophon, Bassklarinette
    Antonio Borghini, Bass
    Aufnahme vom 4.7.15 bei Jazzbaltica in Niendorf, Ostsee

    more extensive notes included.
    Thanks to Johan

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    Jack DeJohnette | dr, p
    Roscoe Mitchell | reeds
    Matthew Garrison | el-b

    Notes in German included

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    Broadcast: 2015-10-23 on SRF 2 Kultur 256/48, TS-file recording by Lewojazz > i-Sound (44.1k wav) >
    > TomP edit > Tag & Rename (flac tags) > TLH (flac 6 + SBE / decode check)

    Fine Lewojazz art is included

    Quality: EX+
    ============

    I have long preferred Douglas' electric bands over his acoustic ones and this great sounding TS-file
    recording by Lewojazz brings out the outstanding dynamics and clarity of his latest group.

    TomP post on Dime, Oct.2015...Enjoy !!

    Dave Douglas (tp)
    Jonathan Maron (b)
    Ches Smith (dr)
    Shigeto (electronics)


    01 - Radio announcer (talks over xx sec of next track)
    02 - Molten Sunset + Household Item 13:40
    03 - Etiquette 14:42
    04 - Band Intro
    05 - High Risk 15:02
    06 - Night Flight 07:12 (Zachary Saginaw aka Shigeto)
    07 - Celine 15:57
    08 - Cardinals 07:09
    09 - Nevral + Tied Together 11:14

    Total = 87:08


    Edit details (Nero 8):

    Removed almost all the announcer
    Cross-mixed channels 99:1 ratio
    Increased misc level +2dB above applause
    Volume +4dB

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    Jim Pepper: as,ss, fl
    Joe Lovano: ts
    Bill Frisell: el-g
    Ed Schuller: double bass
    Paul Motian: dr, leader

    00 - Radio Intro 0:34 *
    01 - Five Miles To Wrentham 7:54 (source 2 from 0-10 sec) *
    02 - White Magic 6:34
    03 - The Story Of Maryam 7:07
    04 - Yahllah 12:22
    05 - The Sunflower 09:01
    06 - Radio announcer 0:49
    07 - 9x9 07:25
    08 - Etude 14:13
    09 - Mandeville 09:43
    10 - Drum Music 07:26
    11 - Psalm 06:26
    12 - Maliniye (Don Cherry) 2:51
    13 - Radio Outro 0:24

    Total = 92:49
    Lineage: FM (RE-BROADCAST RADIO BREMEN II)>Grundig Tape Deck>DENON METAL TAPE>
    PHILLIPS CDR 870>AUDIO CDR>TRADE >EAC SECURE MODUS>FLAC FRONTEND LEVEL 5>FLAC

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    GERD DUDEK - tenor saxophone
    STAN SULZMANN - tenor saxophone, flute
    ALAN BOTSCHINSKY - flugelhorn
    ROB VAN DEN BROECK - piano
    ALI HAURAND - bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. Cobra  10:02
    2. Announcement: Ali Haurand  06:09
    3. You've Read the Book  10:12
    4. Horizons  16:10
    5. Pulque  23:01

    The Coal Exchange, Cardiff  8th June 1996

    BBC Radio 3  'Jazz on 3''near live' broadcast


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  • 11/08/15--11:06: IANNIS XENAKIS - COMPILATION

  • Compiled from diverse sources. Nornally I do not post anything which is readily available.
    Here I took a few pieces from CDs - some of them might be still in print.

    The first two compostitions are - to my knowledge - not available in any form.
    Please correct me when I'm wrong.



    1. Pour Les Baleines (1982) for 60 strings (16.14.12.10.8) [2:49]
    2. Nyuyo (Soleil Couchant) (1985) for shakuhachi, sangen and two kotos [11:26]

    3. Taurhiphanie (1987-88) electronice music realised with UPIC (magnetic tape - two tracks) [11:04]
    4. Gendy3 (1991) electronic music (magnetic tape - two tracks) [18:59]

    5. Windungen (Retours) (1976) version for 8 celli [6:20]
    Cello Octet Conjunto Iberico
    Elias Arizcuren, arrangement (with full permission by Xenakis)

    6. Khal Perr (1983) for brass quintet + two percussionists (vibra, 2bong, 3tom, gr c) [10:34]
    The Wallace Collection
    John Wallace - trumpet
    John Miller - trumpet
    Paul Gardham - horn
    Simon Gunton - trombone
    Robin Haggart - tuba
    Christopher Terian, Kevin Hathway - percussion

    7. Dmaathen (1976) for oboe and percussion [11:46]
    Burkhard Glaetzner, oboe + Gerd Schenker, percussion

    8. Gmeeoorh (1974) for organ [19:08]
    Francoise Rieunier, organ

    Tracks 1 to 4 are ripped from a cassette by Éditions Salabert - no information about musicians etc.

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    source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
    (mpeg1 layer 2/256 kbps) [radio station - rete due]

    randy weston - p
    t. k. blue - as, ss
    alex blake - b
    neil clarke - perc

    disc 1

    01. caravan 13:49
    02. announcement randy weston 00:34
    03. ganawa (blue moses) 21:33
    04. announcement randy weston 00:23
    05. berkshire blues 13:42
    06. announcement randy weston 01:08

    disc 2

    01. african sunrise 23:46
    02. little niles 11:16

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    Reseed, official Tracks "Easy To Read" and "Heavy Birthday" removed

    official CD:
    https://www.actmusic.com/en/Artists/Joachim-Kuehn/Joachim-Kuehn-Birthday-Edition/Joachim-Kuehn-Birthday-Edition-CD

    line-up
    • Joachim Kuehn, p
    • Jean-François Jenny-Clark, b
    • Daniel Humair, dr
    • Guest: Larry Schneider, ss, ts (#2 & 3)

    setlist
    1 Cesar 08:49
    2 Miles' Mood 11:07
    3 In A Sentimental Mood 12:56
    _________________
    Total-Time: 32:52


    Source:
    DVB-S@320, 48kHz > raw data > ProjextX > mp3DirectCut > mp2


    Recorded and first Seed in 2008 by Joerg

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    JOHNNY GRIFFIN - tenor saxophone
    JOHN TAYLOR - piano
    DAVE GREEN - bass
    STEVE ARGUELLES - drums

    1. JG interview with Geoffrey Smith  12:31
    2. Body and soul  16:20
    3. Waltz Swing  12:16
    4. The Way It Is  15:26
    5. Hot Saki  11:28

    Recorded at Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham.  Cheltenham Jazz Festival. 1997

    BBC Radio 3 b'cast.  

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