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    A. Part I - Integration (Non-Racial)

    B. Part II - The Human Element

    C. Part III - Emergence

    D. Part IV - Evolution

    Derek Bailey, guitar
    Evan Parker, soprano saxophone
    Darryl Runswick, bass
    Frank Ricotti, marimba
    Claire Deniz, cello
    Graham Lyons, bassoon
    Brian Dee, organ
    Kenny Wheeler, flugelhorn
    Basil Kirchin, tapes

    Columbia ‎– SCX 6463 and Island Records - HELP 18

    LP Rip

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    Mary Halvorson Quintet
    Mary Halvorson, g
    Jonathan Finlayson, tp
    Jon Irabagon, saxes
    John Hebert, b
    Ches Smith, dr

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    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor and baritone saxophones
    BARRY GUY - bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. 24:32
    2. 18:39
    3. 11.17

    Black Cat Club at the Rose and Crown, Stoke Newington Church Street, London.  May 1988

    Thanks to unkown recorder.

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    Here's another one of "psykies'" offerings, recorded by BBC Radio 3's "Jazz on Three" in 2001. Dreamtime was originally a trio, dating back to the early 1980s. From their web site:

    Dreamtime began in London in 1982 when Nick Evans, Gary Curson and Jim Le Baigue met in a friend's basement in order to 'work out'. The raw intensity of the trio's improvisations, together with the haunting themes borne out of the interaction between the three musicians' differing styles demanded that a working band be formed and the trio became a quintet with the addition of trumpet player Jim Dvorak and bass player Roberto Bellatalla. As a quintet Dreamtime recorded the album Bunny Up in 1983 for Affinity Records. The quintet maintained a weekly residency at a London club and rapidly expanded its repertoire before augmenting to a sextet with the addition of pianist Keith Tippett. 

    Few bands confound the stereotyped expectations aroused by the words 'free improvisation' as thoroughly as Dreamtime. Most radically, they utilise structure to a far greater extent than might be expected from musicians with their track records; they also draw freely on an extraordinary diversity of traditions, from Tibetan and Native American chants to African and Chinese music. But, perhaps most importantly, they surprise those who expect improvised music to be sternly esoteric and inaccessible by imbuing everything they play with a highly affecting brand of fierce joy—Chris Parker, The Times

     I can only subscribe to what's said above. They also have a cd out, Zed Fish, and from what I can gather, is still an ongoing proposition. They played the Vortex in August 2014 with a slightly different line-up from what you can hear here.  By the way, a visit to London is not complete unless you have checked into the Vortex or Cafe Oto, which is within walking distance, both in the Dalston area of East London. I can vouch for the place, friendly hosts, nice clientele and some fine locally made beer. The Red Rose in Finsbury Park is, alas, no more.

    Les facts:

    01. Careful Driver [7:56]
    02. Traumatic Experience [9:05]
    03. Loopin’ [6:38]
    04. Trunk Call [7:00]
    05. And So Tibet [6:15]
    06. Zen Fish [4:49]
    07. Pygmy Strut [7:17]
    08. Call The Devil [9:23]

    Jim Dvorak - trumpet
    Nick Evans - trombone
    Gary Curson - saxophone
    Keith Tippett - piano
    Roberto Bellatalla - bass
    Jim Le Baigue - drums

    Introduction is by Jez Nelson. On a small note, there is another rendition here of "Traumatic Experience", a Harry Miller tune, which you can also hear played by the Dedication Orchestra, posted here a little while ago.

    As always, enjoy!


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    Following the live broadcast of the Large Ensemble on 3rd September, RAI3 have now broadcast the following two nights from the Sant'Anna Arresi festival, with two long-form and episodic, but most importantly sensational concerts by the Nublu Orchestra Conduction. Just great to hear music of this quality on the radio. Enjoy!

    Nublu Orchestra “Conduction n.1. The Long Goodbye”          
    saxophone Ilhan Ersahin
    trumpet Graham Haynes
    guitar Doug Wieselman
    alto sax Jonathon Haffner
    bass Michael Kiaer 
    guitar Brandon Ross 
    drums, direction  Kenny Wollesen 

    Sant'Anna Arresi, Piazza del Nuraghe, 4th September 2015

    Nublu Orchestra “Conduction n.2. Tribute to Butch Morris”
    saxophone Ilhan Ersahin
    trumpet Graham Haynes
    guitar Doug Wieselman
    alto sax Jonathon Haffner
    bass Michael Kiaer 
    guitar Brandon Ross 
    drums Hamid Drake
    drums, direction  Kenny Wollesen 

    Sant'Anna Arresi, Piazza del Nuraghe, 5th September 2015

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    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone
    BARRY GUY - bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. Sun 1   44:32
    2. Sun 2   38:52

    Recorded by Stu.  The Sun, Clapham, London.  9th March 1988

    Have that!

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    Recorded in Sant'Anna Arresi, Piazza del Nuraghe, 2015/09/04

    FF_01.flac Italian talking
    Recorded in Sant'Anna Arresi, Piazza del Nuraghe, 2015/09/04
    Nublu Orchestra Conduction n.1. The Long Goodbye  
    sassofono Ilhan Ersahin
    tromba Graham Haynes
    chitarra Doug Wieselman
    sax contralto Jonathon Haffner
    basso Michael Kiaer
    chitarra Brandon Ross
    batteria, direzione  Kenny Wollesen

    FF_03.flacItalian talking
    Recorded in Sant'Anna Arresi, Piazza del Nuraghe, 2015/09/05
     Nublu Orchestra Conduction n.2. Tribute to Butch Morris

    sassofono Ilhan Ersahin
    tromba Graham Haynes
    chitarra Doug Wieselman
    sax contralto Jonathon Haffner
    basso Michael Kiaer
    chitarra Brandon Ross
    atteria Hamid Drake
    batteria, direzione  Kenny Wollesen
    FF_05.flac encore
    FF_06.flacItalian talking

    All thanks to giojazz over at DIME

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    Bird Calls #1
    On The DL
    Bird Calls #2
    Bird Calls #3
    Talin Is Thinking
    Bird Calls #4
    Man, Thanks For Coming

    Rudresh Mahanthappa, Altsaxofon
    Adam O'Farrill, Trompete
    Joshua White, Klavier
    Francois Moutin, Kontrabass
    Dan Weiss, Schlagzeug

    All thanks and praise to Reinhardt.

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    Rear murmurs
    Beetje Zenuwachtig
    6 of wasps
    Lachende Dwerg
    Rollo V [= 5]
    Where the sunflowers grow
    Rambling rake
    Young horizon
    Blue chopsticks
    Last call for alcohol

    Guus Janssen (p) - Ab Baars (cl, anches) - Tobias Delius (cl, anches) - Michael Moore (cl,
    anches) - Thomas Heberer (tp) - Mary Oliver (vln, viola, voc) - Tristan Honsinger (cello, voc) -
    Ernst Glerum (b) - Han Bennink (dm, voc)

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    Donnerstag, 11.02.2016
    23:05 bis 00:00 Uhr
     Bildquelle: Tim Berne

    Die Schönheit der rauen Schale: Saxophonist Tim Berne mit seiner Band Decay beim 5. Birdland Radio Jazz Festival. Mit Michael Formanek, Bass, Ryan Ferreira, Gitarre, und Ches Smith, Schlagzeug. Aufnahme vom 19. November 2015 im Jazzclub Birdland in Neuburg an der Donau.

    Moderation und Auswahl: Roland Spiegel

    "The magnificient seven" (Tim Berne)
    "Ola’s mood" (Tim Berne)
    "How hip is the ocean" (Tim Berne)
    "Fantastic 5"(Tim Berne)

    thanks to Rienhardt.....

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    TONY BIANCO - drums
    JOHN EDWARDS - bass
    PAUL DUNMALL - tenor and soprano saxophones

    1. Pulse 1   25:03
    2. Pulse 2   07:46
    3. Pulse 3   17:50
    4. Pulse 4   09:05

    Unreleased studio recording.

    Recorded 26th March 2007

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    Charles Austin Roy Babbington Joe Gallivan - Home from Home
    Ogun OG 522 (1979)

    Due to a request from Miloš, here is a trio recording from 1977, released on the Ogun label in 1979. This is a set of quiet, emphathetic sketches, most of them fairly short, at least by jazz standards. Chamber jazz might be a word to describe what we hear on this record. Not the stuff to leap at you, but to grow insidiousaly after repeated listenings. Quite a fine little gem, in my humble opinion. Nice flute playing with an oriental touch, sinuous electric bass to the fore and there is even a synth creeping in on several tracks.

    Charles Austin and Joe Gallivan have cooperated a lot over the years and both are active up to the present date. Austin is a resident of New Orleans and devoting more time to teaching than to playing in later years. Gallivan played with several stalwarts on the UK jazz scene while living in the UK for some years in the 70s, but also made a memorable album with Larry Young, well worth seeking out. Babbington was associated with the Canterbury scene in the 70s, playing in one version of Soft Machine, but also with Elton Dean and Keith Tippett and later with Barbara Thompson.

    Side One

    Oriental Fantasy
    Piecing It Together
    Soft Day
    Percussive Moments
    Whistle Two-thirty-eight
    Two On A Train

    Side Two

    Soul One
    Catch Me If You Can
    Winter Solace
    Finding Speed
    On Top Of the World
    Zero Is The Hour

    Charles Austin    Flutes Oboe Saxophones
    Roy Babbington    Bass Bass Guitar
    Joe Gallivan    Drums Synthesizer Percussion

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    Yosuke Yamashita, piano
    Kazunori Takeda, tenor saxophone
    Shota Koyama, drums
    Eiichi Hayashi, alto saxophone

    01. part 1 (30:15)
    02. part 2a-drums solo (11:43)
    03. part 2b (18:42)

    Recorded live in Kobe on December 19, 1982.

    (scheduled/planned for ENJA Records but never surfaced - cassette rip)

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    Here's the first (except this one...) in a series of recordings Erich Kleinschuster made with guests during his time for the ORF (Austrian broadcast).
    Only a handful of these recordings were ever released in Austria only. And the two double CDs were OOP very soon.

    The following line-up wasn't available on either of the CDs.....

    Joe Henderson, tenor saxophone
    Robert Politzer, trumpet
    Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
    Hans Salomon, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
    Fritz Pauer, piano, electric piano
    Rudolf Hansen, bass
    Erich Bachträgl, drums

    1. Chelsea Bridge (B. Strayhorn)     4:45
    Solos: Salomon (ts), Henderson

    2. The Kicker (J. Henderson)     4:56
    Solos: Kleinschuster, Salomon (ts), Politzer, Henderson

    3. The Inner Urge (J. Henderson)     5:14
    Solos: Hansen, Pauer, Henderson

    4. Recorda Me (J. Henderson)     6:33
    Solos: Henderson, Pauer, Hansen

    5. Serenity (J. Henderson)     4:54
    Solos: Pauer, Henderson

    6. Mamacita (J. Henderson)     5:45
    Solos: Salomon (ts), Politzer, Pauer

    Recorded: October 13, 1968 at Austrophon Studios, Vienna.
    Unreleased Studio Session.

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    Robert Politzer, trumpet, fluegelhorn
    Erich Kleinschuster,trombone
    Hans Salomon, alto & tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
    Clifford Jordan, tenor saxophone
    Fritz Pauer, piano, organ
    Rudolf Hansen, bass
    Erich Bachträgl, drums

    1. The Highest Mountain (C. Jordan)     5:09
    Solo: Jordan

    2. Sandra (C. Jordan)     3:42
    Solo: Jordan

    3. Eh Bah Lickey Do (F. Pauer)     4:32
    Solos: Salomon (ts), Pauer (org), Kleinschuster

    4. Julie and the Ransom (C. Jordan)     2:26
    Solo: Jordan

    5. Yellow Gale (C. Jordan)     3:42
    Solos: Politzer, Pauer (org), Jordan

    6. The Goose (R. Politzer)     4:18
    Solos: Salomon (ts), Politzer, Kleinschuster

    7. Doug's Prelude (C. Jordan)     4:25
    Solo: Jordan

    Recorded in July 1, 1968 at the Austrophon Studio, Vienna.


    Robert Politzer, trumpet, fluegelhorn
    Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
    Hans Salomon, alto & tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
    Clifford Jordan, tenor saxophone
    Fritz Pauer, piano
    Jimmy Woode, bass
    Erich Bachträgl, drums

    1. Impressions of Scandinavia (C. Jordan)     4:52
    Solos: Pauer, Jordan, Politzer

    2. Looking Across (F. Pauer)     6:09
    Solos: Jordan, Kleinschuster, Woode

    3. B-72 (C. Jordan)     9:49
    Solos: Jordan, Politzer, Kleinschuster

    4. Vienna (F. Pauer)     5:46
    Solos: Jordan, Kleinschuster

    5. Mudhouse (H. Salomon)     5:58
    Solos: Jordan, Kleinschuster, Salomon (bcl)

    Recorded on January 11, 1969 at the Austrophon Studio, Vienna.

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    This comes from DIME and I have it for several years. I know some of you have it too. Ninesense are septet here, without Alan Skidmore and Harry Beckett, thus plenty of space for others' soloing. Sound is pretty good, although I was fancy to do a remastering during the years... Strong bass, very clear piano. I was not able to do full playlist, even with the help of some of you. It was also released as bootleg named "Feel", but I never saw it actually, except cover pic on the web.

    ELTON DEAN'S NINESENSE - Basel, Theaterwerkstatt Stadttheater, 24 Juni 1979

    Elton Dean - alto sax & saxello
    Marc Charig - cornet
    Nick Evans - trombone
    Radu Malfatti - trombone
    Keith Tippett - piano
    Harry Miller - bass
    Louis Moholo - drums

    CD1 (A) (55:11)

    01 Boundaries (Oasis ?) {29:27}
    02 unknown (tape flip) {18:15}
    03 (continuing) unknown {7:29}

    CD2 (B) (71:04)

    01 Nicrotto? > cca {18.30} Macks > {37.11}
    02 unknown > {14.40} improv > {15.50} Seven For Lee > {26.11} Bounce {33.53}

    Radio recording from Radio DRS II "Jazz auf der Buehne"

    Thanks to original uploader.

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    Graz: Royal Garden Jazz Club | JIM ROTONDI - AXEL MAYER QUINTETT: Die beiden Trompeter JIM ROTONDI und AXEL MAYER sind aus der Grazer Musikszene nicht mehr wegzudenken. So ist es ganz selbstverständlich, dass sie seit Jahren immer wieder in verschiedensten Formationen im Grazer Royal Garden Jazzclub zu Gast sind. Nun stehen sie wieder einmal gemeinsam auf der Bušhne und haben sich fušr ihre musikalische Conference mit WERNER RADZIK am Klavier, MORTEN RAMSBØL am Bass und MANFRED JOSEL an den Drums eine hervorragende Rhythmusgruppe ins Boot geholt. Wir freuen uns auf einen Abend hochenergetischer Musik mit ganz vieeel Jaaaaaaazz! Be there!

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    Mariam Wallentin, voce
    Sofia Jernberg, voce
    Anna Högberg, sassofono contralto
    Mats Gustafsson, sassofono tenore, live electronics
    Martin Küchen, sassofono baritono
    Goran Kajfes, tromba
    Niklas Barnö, tromba
    Mats Äleklint, trombone
    Per Ake Holmlander, tuba, cimbasso
    Christer Bothén, clarinetto basso, doussn'gouni
    Andreas 'Ass' Söderström, chitarra acustica, chitarra
    David Stackenäs, guitar
    Chino Shuichi, piano, electronics
    Joel Grip, double bass
    Raymond Strid, drums
    Andreas Werliin, drums
    Mikael Werliin, sound engineering
    Mats Gustafsson


    Larry Ochs, sassofono tenore, sassofono soprano
    Donald Robinson, batteria

    - Suspicion Near Noon
    - Breakout
    - The Others Dream
    - Song 2
    - Red Tail

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    David Murray, tenor saxophone
    - Lydian Sound Orchestra, conducted and arranged by Riccardo Brazzale
    Robert Bonisolo, soprano and tenor saxophones
    Mattia Cigalini, alto saxophone
    Rossano Emili, baritone sax and clarinets
    Gianluca Carollo, trumpet and flugelhorn
    Roberto Rossi, trombone
    Dario Duso, tuba
    Paolo Birro, pianoforte
    Marc Abrams, bass
    Mauro Beggio, drums

    this would be better credited the other way round, meaning Lydian Sound Orchestra WITH David Murray, but that is how got officially billed, so... it is anyhow saxophone giant Murray paying tribute to the Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn partnership, and it's somehow predictable and occasionally brilliant... arrangements are more or less divided among Murray and orchestra leader Brazzale, and one track dedicated to deceased Marco Tamburini was also included in this programme.  Also included in this folder as track00 a LONG introduction in ITALIAN with bio notes and commentaries - this intro runs for 10'42, you can skip downloading it if you don't understand italian.

    (00-radio introduction by Pino Saulo)
    01- the Mooche
    02- Caravan
    03- Sophisticated Lady
    04- band intros
    05- un Capanno di Montagna in Mezzo al Mare [Riccardo Brazzale]
    06- Murray's entrance
    07- Chelsea Bridge  [arranged by David Murray]
    08- Wig Wise  [arranged by David Murray]
    09- Mood Indigo
    10- intros
    11- Take the A Train  [arranged by Roberto Rossi]
    12- Half the Fun
    13- Circle of Fourths
    14- intros
    15- the Star Crossed Lovers
    16- Blue Pepper  [arranged by David Murray]
    17- In a Mellow Tone
    18- radio outro

    running time : 99'40" (excluding radio intros)
    WITH radio intro and outro it would be 111'08"

    FM radio broadcast by "Il Cartellone - Radio Tre Suite Jazz", Radio 3 RAI [third channell of Italian national radio], on tuesday 16 February 2016, 20:35 hours [CET].

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    1. Kettou (Duel)
    2. Midnight Sun Is The Color Of Green

    Jazz Suite: Okuni Of Izumo

    3. Chapter One
    4. Chapter Two
    5. Chapter Three

    Hideto Kanai, bass
    Jun Saito, drums
    Shin Okabe, Japanese drums, percussion, vocals
    Takayuki Kato, guitar
    Hiroshi Tamura, piano, keyboards
    Yoko Sumiya, piano, keyboards, vocals
    Sachi Hayasaka, soprano and alto saxophone
    Mikinori Fujiwara, tenor and baritone saxophone
    Masamiki Takano, tenor saxophone, flute
    Haruki Sato, trombone
    Tetsuji Yoshida, trumpet

    Recorded live at the water stage of Matsue Suigo-sai on 5 August 1989.

    Three Blind Mice ‎– TBM CD 1885

    CD Rip

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