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    A burst of summer for mid-winter. Happy 2016.

    A.  Stella By Starlight
    Terumasa Hino Quintet + 1

    B1. Dark Horse
    Nobuo Hara and His Sharps & Flats

    B2. Isotope
    Kosuke Mine Quintet

    C1. The Wind
    Masahiko Sato Trio + 1

    C2. One Finger Snap
    Shungo Sawada Quintet

    D1. Freedom Jazz Dance
    George Otsuka Trio + 1

    D2. Mokujiki
    Yosuke Yamashita Trio

    Terumasa Hino Quintet +1

    Terumasa Hino, trumpet
    Motohiko Hino, drums
    Kunimitsu Inaba, bass
    Hiromasa Suzuki, electric piano
    Takeru Muraoka, saxophone
    Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone

    Kosuke Mine Quintet

    Kosuke Mine, saxophone
    Hideo Ichikawa, piano
    Hiroshi Murakami, drums
    Takashi Mizuhashi, bass
    Takashi Imai, trombone

    Masahiko Sato Trio +1

    Masahiko Sato, piano
    Yasuo Arakawa, bass
    Masahiko Ozu, drums
    Hisahide Kato, soprano saxophone

    Shungo Sawada Quintet

    Shungo Sawada, guitar
    Hideyuki Kikuchi, saxophone
    Yoū Tokyuma, piano
    + bass and drums, need translation

    George Otsuka Trio +1

    George Otsuka, drums
    Masaoki Terakawa, bass
    Hideo Ichikawa, piano
    Kiyoshi Sugimoto, guitar

    Yosuke Yamashita Trio

    Yosuke Yamashita, piano
    Seiichi Nakamura, saxophone
    Takeo Moriyama, drums

    Recorded live on 28-29 August 1970 at Hibiya Park, Tokyo. Released November 1970.

    Canyon Records ‎– CAJ-1002, 1003

    LP Rip

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    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. First piece  32:07
    2. Second piece  10:13

    Vortex, London. 21st January 1995

    I just found one of my cassette recordings which I hadn't digitised. There is a big exclamation mark on the cover!  Watch out!  This is tremendous stuff!  Enjoy!

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    A1. Blood
    A2. Albert's Love Theme
    A3. El Cordobes
    A4. Only Sweetly
    A5. Seven

    B1. Mister Joy
    B2. Ramblin'
    B3. Kid Dynamite
    B4. Nothing Ever Was, Anyway
    B5. Pig Foot

    Paul Bley, piano
    Mark Levinson, bass
    Barry Altschul, drums

    Recorded in Baarn, Holland on September 21 and October 4, 1966

    Repress on Fontana, Japan - SFON-7098

    LP Rip

    Thanks Paul

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    For all lovers of Rudolf Dašek, Jiří Stivín (both previously worked in duo named System Tandem) and veteran American clarinetist and saxophonist Tony Scott, who frequently visited Czechoslovakia during 70's and 80's. Moody and introspective trios were recorded in 1978, but not released until 1981. Rip is still a bit crunchy, although I repaired a huge number of clicks.

    SCOTT / STiVíN / DAŠEK - Rozhovory / Interviews (Supraphon 1981)

    01. Rozhovor úvodní / Interview Inroductory  3.55
    02. Rozhovor jen tak / Interview ad hoc  7.40
    03. Rozhovor o jazzu / Interview about Jazz  6.00
    04. Rozhovor o kráse / Interview about Beauty  4.50

    05. Rozhovor v tandemu / Interview in Tandem  6.30
    06. Rozhovor v klidu / Interview in Peace  4.30
    07. Rozhovor v blues / Interview in Blues  8.50
    08. Rozhovor v kavárně / Interview in Café  3.10

    Composed and improvised by

    TONY SCOTT - clarinet, tenor sax, piano, voice
    JiŘí STiVíN - flute, tenor sax, voice
    RUDOLF DAŠEK - guitar

    Recorded in May 1978 at MaSti studio, Prague

    Supraphon 1115 2890 (vinyl rip)

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    James Blood Ulmer Band

    chitarra, voce James Blood Ulmer

    chitarra Ronny Drayton

    sax tenore David Murray

    sax contralto Oliver Lake

    sax baritono Hamiet Bluiett

    basso elettrico Calvin Jones

    batteria G. Calvin Weston

    batteria Aubrey Dayle

    Registrato a Saalfelden, il 30 agosto 2015

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    We have received a bundle of files from "psykies", initially uploaded to the Dime torrent site. They have in common that they were all recorded from radio, specifically jazz broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, from the late 1980s to the beginning of the 2000s. We plan to post these recordings in the time to come.

    Starting from the top, as it were, this is the Dedication Orchestra from a concert at the Outside In Festival, The Hawth Centre, Crawley, England on September 5 1992. The Dedication Orhestra is a huge ensemble conceived as a tribute to the South Africans that made up the Blue Notes and the Brotherhood of Breath, expats coming to Europe in the mid-60s after realising that an interracial band was impossible to combine with living in apartheid South Africa.

    No, we are not going to hear the cd pictured above, but we are going to hear what's on the cd. The concert is an exact replica of the tracks on the cd, played in the same sequence, too. The post came with no track listings, but after comparing the concert with the studio-recorded cd, what we hear is as follows:

    1. Traumatic experience/Ithi Gqi
    2. B my dear
    3. Dancing Damon
    4. Hug pine
    5. Andromeda
    6. Manje
    7. Sonja/Introduction to you ain't gonna know me/You ain't gonna know me 'cause you think you know me
    8. Woza/Traumatic experience (reprise)

    Track separation differs a little from the cd, because some pieces run together.

    Cast of characters:

    Kenny Wheeler - trumpet, fluglehorn
    Jim Dvorak - trumpet, fluglehorn
    Lance Kelly - trumpet, fluglehorn
    Claude Deppa - trumpet, fluglehorn
    Radu Malfatti - trombone
    Dave Amis - trombone
    Paul Rutherford - trombone
    Malcolm Griffiths - trombone
    Dave Powell - tuba
    Lol Coxhill - saxophone
    Elton Dean - saxophone
    Ray Warleigh - saxophone
    Alan Skidmore - saxophone
    Evan Parker - saxophone
    Chris Biscoe - saxophone
    Neil Metcalfe - flute
    Django Bates - tenor horn
    Keith Tippett - piano
    Paul Rogers - bass
    Louis Moholo - drums
    Phil Minton - vocals
    Francine Luce - vocals
    Julie Tippetts - vocals


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    Graham Haynes Solo  Sound beyond Sound

    tromba, elettronica Graham Haynes


    Large Ensemble special guest William Parker   Homage to Butch Morris

    Large Ensemble

    sassofono Evan Parker
    piano Alexander Hawkins
    tromba Peter Evans
    contrabbasso John Edwards
    contrabbasso William Parker
    percussioni Hamid Drake
    batteria Paul Lytton
    contrabbasso Barry Guy
    computer Walter Prati
    trombone Giancarlo Schiaffini
    pianoforte, elettronica Pat Thomas
    sassofono Caroline Kraabel
    vibrafono Orphy Robinson
    computer Sam Pluta
    violoncello Hannah Marshall

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    15. November 2015

    Komponist/Komponistin: Matthew Shipp / Jerome D.Kern / Matthew Shipp / Lawrence - Cross / Matthew Shipp / Matt Dennis
    Titel: Simple System (Matthew Shipp) / Yesterdays (Jerome D.Kern) / Hole Town (Matthew Shipp) / Tenderly (Lawrence - Cross) / Gamma-Ray (Matthew Shipp) / Angel Eyes (Matt Dennis)
    Solist/Solistin: Matthew Shipp, Klavier
    Länge: 49:40 min
    Label: Manus

    Komponist/Komponistin: Matthew Shipp
    Titel: Patmos
    Solist/Solistin: Matthew Shipp, Klavier
    Länge: 03:15 min
    Label: Manus

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    Sadly, Pierre Boulez died earlier this week. Here is a performance of 'Le marteau sans maître', one of the seminal works from the white heat of European music in the 1950s;

    Pierre Boulez: "Le marteau sans maitre" for alto voice, alto flute, guitar, viola, vibraphone, xylorimba and  percussion

    Donatienne Michel-Dansac (alto voice)
    Members of the SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg
    Conducted by François-Xavier Roth 

    Baden-Baden; 18th January, 2015

    Des yeux purs dans les bois
    Cherchent en pleurant la tête habitable

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    WDR 3 Konzert der Woche weniger anzeigen
    Mit Karsten Mützelfeldt

    30. INNtöne Festival 2015

    Kenny Werner / Benjamin Koppel
    Aufnahmen aus Diersbach, Österreich

    WDR 3 Konzert der Woche - 29.08.2015: 30. INNtöne Festival 2015
    Die Scheune eines Biobauernhofes wird zur Konzerthalle, hochklassiger Jazz in würziger Landluft. Ein Konzert der Woche auf WDR 3 mit Höhepunkten vom oberösterreichischen INNtöne-Festival.

    Kenny Werner ist ohne Wenn und Aber einer der weltbesten Jazzpianisten. In Diersbach trat er in Dialog mit dem Saxophonisten Benjamin Koppel, dem vielleicht umtriebigsten Musiker der dänischen Szene - und die pflegt traditionell beste Beziehungen zu den Größen des US-Jazz.

    Kenny Werner/Benjamin Koppel
    Kenny Werner – p, Benjamin Koppel – ts

    Die Musikstücke der Sendung
    •WDR 3 Konzert, 29.08.2015 (PDF-Download: 24,3 KB)
    Moderation: Karsten Mützelfeldt
    Redaktion: Bernd Hoffmann

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    Interesting piano / drum duo with Irène Schweizer and Joey Baron at the 2015 Zürich Unerhört Festival. Schweizer reaches deep into jazz piano tradition for a sequence of energetic improvisations - quite different from the abstraction of a Taylor / Oxley meeting, for example.

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

    Set 2  37:20
    Set 3  13:28

    Rare Music Club, Bristol  20th November 1992

    O yes!  A rarer rare rarity than any rare record.  I thought I'd posted all the best stuff but.....let's just say I like this a lot - supply your own superlatives. Enjoy.

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    Jon Irabagon, saxophones
    Ron Stabinsky, pianoforte
    Moppa Elliot, bass
    Kevin Shea, drums

    tracks are mostly from latest album "Mauch Chunk", with the new lineup featuring Stabinsky in place of trumpeter Peter Evans, quality and sound do not change from modern jazz group MOPDTK by pennsylvania bassist Moppa, but formula does change a bit, as we have here a stronger idea of "track" rather than improv

    1- Mehoopany
    2- Mauch Chunk is Jim Thorpe
    3- West Bolivar
    4- Obelisk
    5- Townville
    6- Elliott Mills
    7-radio outro 0.36

    running time : 59'17" (including radio outro)
    FM radio broadcast by "Battiti dal Vivo", Radio3 RAI [third channell of Italian national radio], on sunday 10 January 2016, 24:15 hours [CET].
    Lineage (FM > Hard Disc > web):
    aiwa XT-003Z tuner > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta  via  Fujitsu Siemens Crystal WDM soundcard > 44100hz/16bit .aup > 44100hz/16bit flac's (level 8) > webtorrenting
    firstly upped by survivor69 on, 11-January-2016 (dimeupload #1464)

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    OLIE BRICE - bass
    TOBY DELIUS - tenor saxophone, clarinet
    MARK SANDERS - drums

    1. 48:00
    2. 13:53
    3. 17:10

    Vortex, London.  7th October 2015

    Olie Brice was so happy with this performance that he'd like to share it with us.
    So big thanks to him and to the marvellous Gus who was there to record it.

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    1. intro by Vandermark
    2. Unknown Title #1
    3. Unknown Title #2
    4. Unknown Title #3


    5. Unknown Title #4
    6. spoken outro
    7. Unknown Title #5

    Sound quality slightly better on second set.

    Ken Vandermark - tenor sax, baritone sax, clarinet, bass clarinet
    Elisabeth Harnik - piano
    Didi Kern - drums, percussion, small instruments, vocalisation

    Aud - Core Binaurals - Zoom H2(16/44.1) - Sound Studio - Xact, flac level 8

    Support the artists; buy the official releases.

    "DEK- featuring Didi Kern (drums), Elisabeth Harnik (piano), and Ken Vandermark (reeds)- is a trio that creates music which displays the impact that improvisation, new composition, and the genres of rock, funk, and afrobeat have on each other. First established in September of 2014, the group has worked together on a regular basis in Europe, and will release their first album on the Trost label in 2016; a year which will feature performances by the band in New York City during Vandermark's Stone residency during January, in Milwaukee as part of the Option Milwaukee series, and during an extensive tour of Europe in October."

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    Peter Evans, trumpet
    Sam Pluta, electronics and voice
    Ron Stabinsky, pianoforte
    Tom Blancarte, bass
    Jim Black, drums and electronics  

    here is an intergalactic suite by evans, partially composed and partially imrovised, all dedicated to Alice Coltrane: it's in alleged three parts, but it's all a matter of personal opinions where these three parts could start and finish, as it all sounds the same for 50 and more minutes... Mostly other people do the killing and Zebulon trio are where this guy comes from
    Also included in this folder as track00 a short introduction with bio notes and commentaries - this intro runs for 3'08", you can skip downloading it if you don't understand ITALIAN. THIS RECORDING WAS KINDLY PROVIDED BY DIMER ALIFIB

    (00-radio introduction)
    Three For Alice suite:
    01- I, Intergalactic  [11.43]
    02- bass solo  [5.02]
    03- II, Elemental  [12.34]
    04- drums solo  [2.37]
    05- III, 12 Earthly Branches, part I  [12.13]
    06- III, 12 Earthly Branches, part II  [12.03]
    07- bands intros  [0.41]
    08- radio outro  [0.35]

    running time : 56'53" (excluding radio intros)
    WITH radio intro and outro it would be 60'36"
    FM radio broadcast by "Battiti dal Vivo", Radio3 RAI [third channell of Italian national radio], on sunday 6 December 2015, 24:10 hours [CET].

    AKAI Quartz Synthesizer Tuner AT-52 > TotalRecorder 8.4 (Build 4990) SE via Creative Sound Blaster soundcard > 44.100khz/16bit wav > edited with Sound Forge 8.0b (Build 53) > compressed with Trader's Little Helper 2.70 (build 172) > level 8 single flac file > mailed to survivor69 > tracksplitting with Audacity 2.0 > flacs > webtorrenting
    folder size: 411mb
    firstly upped by survivor69 on, 15-December-2015 (dimeupload #1452)

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

    1. 30:32
    2. 31:07

    Live at the Oporto, London.  11th May 1985

    Paul has given me a box of old cassettes.
    The music was longer than this C60, but what a ferocious gig!  Great. Enjoy.

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    Byard Lancaster - Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Piccolo Flute
    Ronald Shannon Jackson -   Drums, Percussion, Hand-drum
    Garrett List - Trombone, Piano, Vocals 
    Youseff Yancy -  Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Theremin, Electronics
    Genie Sherman - Vocals 

    A1 - Fire And Ice   3:20
        words: Robert Frost, music: Garrett List        
    A2 - Dialogue Of The Angels   3:23
        words and music: Ronald Shannon Jackson        
    A3 - Now And How   3:08
        words and music: Garrett List         
    A4 - Passion Of Miles   5:55
        music: Youseff Yancy         
    A5 - Rib Crib    3:18
        music: Byard Lancaster         
    B1 - Fly Hollywood   4:10
        words: Ed Friedman, music: Garrett List        
    B2 - Oleo/Tune-Up   3:42
        music: Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, Sonny Rollins. arranged by Byard Lancaster, Garrett List.    
    B3 - My Mother's Belly   3:30
       words: Blaise Cendrars, music: Garrett List       
    B4 - You Are More Beautiful Then The Sky And The Sea   6:36
        words: Blaise Cendrars, music: Garrett List   
    B5 - Sweetness   4:07    
        words and music: Byard Lancaster

    recorded between 1972 and 1979
    Lovely Music 1982, LP

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    Source: BBC Radio 3 FM > Denon TU-400L tuner > VHS > VHS LP > Archos Gmini 120 > Audition > FLAC
    Recorded off air and transferred by PsyKies

    Set One / Disc 1 [40:47]

    WEILL - songs arranged for saxophone & string quartet

    01. Speak Low (arr, John Dankworth) [6:20]
    02. Surabaya Johnny (arr, Geoffrey Bergen) [6:08]
    03. Zuhalterballade (arr, Barry Guy) [8:24]
    04. It Never Was You (arr, Richard Rodney Bennett) [6:31]
    05. September Song (arr, Mike Westbrook) [6:46]
    06. Theme And Variations On Mack The Knife (arr, Barbara Thompson) [6:38]

    Set Two / Disc 2 [53:38]

    LOVE SONGS IN AGE - music for the poetry of Philip Larkin

    01. The Horns Of The Morning [8:28]
    02. Ugly Sister [5:34]
    03. The Dance [7:30]
    04. Love Songs In Age [8:16]
    05. Like The Train's Beat [7:57]
    06. This Is The First Thing [3:23]
    07. Poor Sidney Bechet [12:30]

    Barbara Thompson - saxophones
    Pete Lemer - piano
    Paul Westwood - bass
    Simone Rebello - drums

    Paul Robertson - violin
    Cathy Thompson - violin
    Ivo Jan von Derver - viola
    Anthony Lewis - cello

    Conducted by Bo Holgren
    Penny Vickers, Judith Bingham - soloists

    Recorded by me off air direct from the original live broadcast to a Panasonic Hi-Fi VHS video recorder in SP audio only mode. Sometime in the mid to late 1990's I misguidedly transferred all my radio recordings to VHS LP audio mode. This combined with the age of the tapes has resulted in some evident distortion throughout.

    19th November 2010

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    ELTON DEAN - saxello and alto saxophone
    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone
    HARRY BECKETT - trumpet
    SYLVAIN KASSAP - soprano and baritone saxophone
    PAUL ROGERS - bass
    TONY MARSH - drums

    1. Fast 1 & 2   34:58
    2. Riffiffi   22:12
    3. Three for Louis   33:42

    Les Instant Chavires, Paris.  15 May 1993

    Especially for softnucleus.

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