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    FM Broadcast>AGFA Metal Audio Tape>trade>Phillips CD Recorder 780>CD>HDD>Flac

    SOUND:
    Excellent (listen to mp3 samples)


    1. Star People
    2. What It Is
    3. It Gets Better
    4. Something On Your Mind
    5. Time After Time
    6. Lake Geneva
    7. E: Speak / That's What Happened (M.Davis - J. Scofield)


    Miles Davis - Trumpet, Synthesizer
    Bob Berg - Soprano And Tenor Saxophone
    Chick Corea - Keyboards
    John Scofield - Electric Guitar
    Robert Irving - Synthesizer
    Darryl Jones - Electric Bass
    Steve Thornton - Percussion
    Al Foster - Drums



    TOTAL TIME: about 60 min ***Complete Broadcasted show***


    UPLOADED BY RICOLA
    DIME: 2015-11-01

    DON’T CONVERT IN ANY LOSSY FORMATS; DON’T SELL ANY OF THESE RECORDINGS!!!

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    LINEUP
    Chick Corea, piano,
    Tim Garland, saxes,
    Carlitos del Puerto, bass,
    Marcus Gilmore, drums,
    Charles Altura, guitar
    Luisito Quintero, percussion

    TRACKLIST (Please help with setlist)
    1) FM Intro 02:05
    2) Chick talks, Applause 02:20
    3) Fingerprints 22:19
    4) Royalty 18:20
    5) Anna's Tango 17:46
    6) Unknown Song / Bemsha Swing (Monk tune) 12:23
    7) Galaxy 32 Star 33:16
    8) FM Announcer 01:46
    9) Chick talks 00:11
    10) Spain (fades out) 06:21

    TOTAL TIME: about 110 min ***Complete show***

    UPLOADED BY RICOLA
    DIME: 2015-11-01


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    On se réjouit de cet alignement d’étoiles du jazz condensé dans cette soirée. Le maître de la guitare John Scofield et le magistral saxophoniste Joe Lovano, tous deux reconnus parmi les plus illustres pointures en leur domaine, se retrouvent pour une tournée internationale, plus de vingt ans après leur première collaboration. Ils ont écrit un chapitre de l’histoire du jazz. Partenaire de Miles Davis, Charles Mingus ou Billy Cobham, John Scofield a marqué de son empreinte cette musique par son style à la croisée du jazz-rock, du funk et du blues. Pilier de la mythique maison d’édition Blue Note, Joe Lovano est l’un des musiciens les plus prolifiques de sa génération : son œuvre atteste d’une profusion créative et d’une diversité d’inspiration rare. Tout au long de leur carrière, leurs chemins se sont régulièrement croisés, une collaboration toujours synonyme d’événement pour la planète jazz. Un concert qui s’annonce absolument incontournable, au cours duquel ils nous présenteront leur dernier album commun, servi par une rythmique d’exception (Ben Street à la contrebasse et Bill Stewart à la batterie), dont la sortie est prévue à l’automne 2015.

    Source : TSF, FM / Naim Uniti / RH-09R / Audacity / Xact / Flac

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    Archie Shepp (tenor sax, vocals),
    Tom Mc Clung (piano),
    Daryl Hall (bass),
    Famoudou Don Moye (drums),
    Cécile Mc Lorin Salvant (vocals),
    Pierre Durand (guitar),
    Marion Rampal (vocals),
    Izidor Leitinger (trumpet),
    Olivier Miconi (trumpet),
    Christophe Leloil (trumpet),
    Sébastien Llado (trombone),
    Michaël Ballue (trombone),
    Romain Morello (trombone),
    Olivier Chaussade (alt sax),
    François Théberge (tenor sax),
    Virgile Lefebvre (tenor sax),
    Jean-Philippe Scali (baritone sax)

    Help with setlist appreciated. I heard :

    1. Introduction by Lies Steppe
    2. Introduction by Archie Shepp
    3. Quiet Dawn
    4. Blues For Brother George Jackson
    5. The Cry Of My People
    6. Steam
    7. Come Sunday
    8. Mama Too Tight
    9. Déjà Vu
    10. Goodbye Sweet Pops - Ujamaa
    11. Attica Blues
    12. Reprise : Mama Too Tight

    Radio Klara FM (cable) -> WinTV-HVR-3000 Soundcard -> Adobe Audition (10db Boost) -> WAV -> CD Wave Editor (Tracking) -> TLH (FLAC 8)

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    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone
    PAUL ROGERS - bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. 36:10
    2. 16:17

    Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY   5th December 2006

    More Deep Joy here

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    John Hollenbeck, Schlagzeug
    Theo Bleckmann, Gesang
    John Bailey, Jon Owens, Dave Ballou, Matt Holman, TrompeteMark Patterson, Mike Christensen, Christian Jakso, Alan Ferber, Posaune Ben Kono, Jeremy
    Viner, Tony Malaby, Dan Willis, Bohdan Hilash, Saxofone, Klarinetten
    Patricia Franceschi, Vibrafon
    Matt Mitchell, Piano, el. Keyboard
    Kermit Driscoll, E-Bass
    J.C. Sandford, Orchesterleitung

    pdf and other texts included. All thanks to Johan for these mp2 files.

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  • 12/03/15--11:30: MUJICIAN - VIENNA 2003
























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

    Set One
    1. 33:11
    2. 11:14

    Set Two
    1. 43:58

    Porgy and Bess, Vienna.  19th October 2003




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    ALI HAURAND - bass
    GERD DUDEK - tenor and soprano saxophone, flute
    ROB VAN DEN BROECK - piano
    TONY OXLEY - drums

    1. Introduction - Charles Fox  0:33
    2. Unbounded  10:53
    3. Announcement 0:12
    4. Announcement 0:27
    5. Pannonica  4:30
    6. Announcement  0:36
    7. Ente-taining  9:48
    8. Outro  0:20

    BBC Radio 3, Jazz Today.  Broadcast 30 November 1987

    Short one.

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    Yay!  THINKO JAZZ man!

    MARK LANGFORD - bass clarinet
    JERRY UNDERWOOD - tenor saxophone
    ANDY SHEPPARD - tenor and soprano saxophones
    PAUL DUNMALL - baritone and tenor saxophones
    PAUL ANSTEY - bass
    TONY ORRELL - drums

    1. 7:01
    2. 6:28
    3. 11:49

    Bit lacking in info on this one.
    (Another shorty, on the other side of The Quartet tape)

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  • 12/10/15--12:52: DLM - Radio broadcast 1983
























  • PAUL DUNMALL- tenor saxophone
    TONY MOORE - double-bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. Intro by Charles Fox  2:16
    2. 133  11:23
    3. Announcement  0:52
    4. Two is Three  14:29
    5. Outro  0:27

    BBC Radio 3 'Jazz in Britain'.   Recorded 12 January 1983
    Broadcast 21 Feburary 1983

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  • 12/12/15--10:34: DAM - Radio broadcast 1986
























  • PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone
    TONY MOORE - double-bass
    DAVE ALEXANDER - drums

    1. 22:46

    BBC Radio 3.  Jazz Today.  Broadcast 16 June 1986

    I saw this trio once.  I'd seen Paul at a gig in Birmingham and he said they were going to be playing at the Oporto in London.  So, when the time came, I went down to check them out.  As I remember, the London streets were busy, busy, the tubes were packed, but when I got to the downstairs room at the Oporto pub there was loooads of space and maybe half a dozen people.  The music though was very busy, almost overwhelmingly so to ears relatively new to this sort of thing. Intense and extremely exciting.

    I'm guessing I missed the start of taping this off the radio, and for some reason didn't record the dulcet tones of the great Charles Fox, which might have helped.  Paul can't find his tape of the broadcast, so unless someone else can come up with more completeness - this is all there is.  Check out some fabulous stopping and starting near the beginning.  Both Tony Moore and Dave Alexander have never really got the recognition they deserve.     

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    Veranstaltungsort:Congress Zentrum Saalfelden

    James Blood Ulmer
    „Are You Glad to Be in America?“
    USA

    Sendezeit: 03:57 Uhr
    Titel:See Through
    Länge:08:02 Min
    Interpret:James Blood Ulmer (and band)
    Komponist:James 'Blood' Ulmer

    Sendezeit: 03:48 Uhr
    Titel:Interview
    Länge:09:13 Min
    Interpret:James Blood Ulmer (and band)
    Komponist:James 'Blood' Ulmer

    Sendezeit: 03:40 Uhr
    Titel:Jazz is the Teacher (Funk is the Preacher)
    Länge:08:20 Min
    Interpret:James Blood Ulmer (and band)
    Komponist:James 'Blood' Ulmer
    James Blood Ulmer - guitar, vocals
    Ronny Drayton - guitar
    David Murray - tenor saxophone
    Oliver Lake - alto saxophone
    Hamiet Bluiett - baritone saxophone
    Calvin Jones - bass
    G. Calvin Weston - drums
    Aubrey Dayle – drums

    It's only 22:00 but hopefully they'll broadcast more.......

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    Here's a transcendental solo performance by Evan Parker, from earlier this year at Santa'Anna Arresi, broadcast a few days ago by RAI3.

    This is down-sampled from a hi-res recording I made of the broadcast, and if there's sufficient interest, I can post that - much larger files, however.

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    Here's one from the 2014 Talos festival in Puglia, Italy, with the Minafric orchestra playing their 'For Mandela' suite, with guests Louis Mofolo, Keith Tippett and Julie Tippetts. This is high energy and really good fun free music, almost a collision between Alan Silva's Seasons, Albert Ayler and Sun Ra.

    vocals Gianna Montecalvo, Cinzia Eramo, Lisa Manosperti
    saxophones Roberto Ottaviano, Sandro Satta, Pasquale Innarella, Carlo Actis Dato, Nicola Pisani
    trumpet Pino Minafra, Vito Mitoli, Marco Sannini, Giorgio Distante
    trombone Beppe Caruso, Sebi Tramontana, Michele Marzella
    keyboards Livio Minafra
    bass Giorgio Vendola
    drums Vicenzo Mazzone
    drums Louis Moholo-Moholo
    vocals Julie Tippetts
    piano Keith Tippett


    Piazzetta le Monache, Ruvo di Puglia, 13th September 2014

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    GETHIN LIDDINGTON - trumpet
    PINO MINAFRA - trumpet
    JIM DVORAK - trumpet, cornet
    MARK CHARIG - trumpet
    MALCOLM GRIFFITHS - trombone
    DAVE AMIS - trombone
    PAUL RUTHERFORD - trombone
    OREN MARSHALL - tuba
    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone, bagpipes
    SIMON PICARD - tenor saxophone
    LARRY STABBINS - soprano and tenor saxophones
    ELTON DEAN - alto saxophone, saxello
    GIANLUIGI TROVESI - alto saxophone, alto clarinet
    LEE GOODALL - alto saxophone, flute,
    JULIE TIPPETTS - voice
    MAGGIE NICHOLS - voice
    VIVIEN ELLIS - voice
    PAUL ROGERS - bass
    LOUIS MOHOLO -drums
    TONY LEVIN - drums
    KEITH TIPPETT - composer, piano

    1. First Weaving  77:31

    Three Tuns, Bishop's Castle.  23rd May 1997

    For bventure and softnucleus

    Buy 'Live at Le Mans' 2CD by the Keith Tippett Tapestry Orchestra (Edition Records) at sale price here


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    GETHIN LIDDINGTON - trumpet
    PINO MINAFRA - trumpet
    JIM DVORAK - trumpet, cornet
    MARK CHARIG - trumpet
    MALCOLM GRIFFITHS - trombone
    DAVE AMIS - trombone
    PAUL RUTHERFORD - trombone
    OREN MARSHALL - tuba
    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone, bagpipes
    SIMON PICARD - tenor saxophone
    LARRY STABBINS - soprano and tenor saxophones
    ELTON DEAN - alto saxophone, saxello
    GIANLUIGI TROVESI - alto saxophone, alto clarinet
    LEE GOODALL - alto saxophone, flute,
    JULIE TIPPETTS - voice
    MAGGIE NICHOLS - voice
    VIVIEN ELLIS - voice
    PAUL ROGERS - bass
    LOUIS MOHOLO -drums
    TONY LEVIN - drums
    KEITH TIPPETT - composer, piano

    1. First Weaving  74:17
    2. Outro (Geoffrey Smith)  0:45

    Band on the Wall, Manchester  22rd May 1997

    BBC Radio 3 broadcast (24/5/97)

    Buy 'Live at Le Mans' 2CD by the Keith Tippett Tapestry Orchestra (Edition Records) at sale price here


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    Munich saw a different kind of Oktoberfest this year, with a five day Stockhausen festival, much of which was broadcast by BR-Klassik's Horizonte programme.

    Pierre-Laurent Aimard played the first eleven Klavierstücke in concerts spread across the festival; I really like these performances, as they are played in a way which (to my ears), makes a strong connection to the piano music of Messiaen and Boulez. Apart from X, from which there are two substantial extracts, all the other pieces were broadcast in their entirety.

    In addition, there are really excellent performances of three other pieces;

    Kontakte (22 October)
    Pierre- Laurent Aimard (piano)
    Dirk Rothburst (percussion)
    Marco Stroppa (live electronics)

    Zyklus (22 October)
    Dirk Rothburst (percussion)

    Hymnen (24 October)
    Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Paul Jeukendrup (live electronics)
    Conductor - Peter Eötvös

    With a bit of luck, the other pieces at the festival, including Mantra, might be either broadcast or released. It would be great to hear from people who were able to attend any of these concerts, or indeed any of the performers.


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    DON CHERRY - pocket trumpet, piano, vocals, doussn'gouni
    CARLOS WARD - alto saxophone, flute
    MARK HELIAS - bass
    ED BLACKWELL - drums
    NANA VASCONCELOS - percussion, berimbau, vocals

    1. Lito  23:29
    2. Chopin Chopeen  8:01
    3. Foolish Heart  6:58
    4. Traffic  6:39
    5. O Berimbau  4:35
    6. Untitled  11:20
    7. Limbo  8:37
    8. Mopti  5:00


    Live At The Bracknell Jazz Festival, 1986  (BBC Jazz Legends)

    I remember John Stevens at the side of the stage intently studying Ed Blackwell's drumming.

    Happy Christmas.


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    A1. Staples
    A2. Zeal
    A3. The Oil

    B1. The Owl
    B2. Torments


    Steve Lacy, soprano saxophone


    Recorded 6 July 1975 at Silk Hall, Kyoto.

    Morgue - 01

    LP Rip






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    JON CORBETT - cornet
    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor, soprano and baritone saxophones
    TONY MOORE - bass
    PAUL HESSION - drums

    SET 1
    1. 17:06
    2. 6:45
    3. 17:38
    4. 5:40
    5. 7:02

    SET 2
    1. 30:18

    Union Tavern, London.  7th March 1987  


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