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    SOPHiA DOMANCiCH TRiO :: Rêve de singe (Gimini 1993)

    1. Reve De Singe [SD] (7:49)
    2. P.D.M. [SD] (13:12)
    3. Dji-Dji Up [SD] (6:16)
    4. Jocelyn [SD] (10:42)
    5. Cold Shoulders [SD] (9:04)
    6. Blott On The Landscape [SD] (9:44)
    7. Mon Reve Familier [PR] (10:15)
    8. Lunch, The Rabbit [SD] (8:59)

    SOPHiA DOMANCiCH - piano
    PAUL ROGERS - 5 string bass
    TONY LEViN - drums

    Rec: Feb 1993 - Loc: Studio de Chennevieres (France) - Eng/Pr: Gérard Lhomme 

    For Andy, kinabalu, onxidlib, sotise, Nick and all good people, especially those who passed from our lives.
    brothermiloo2.

    ::

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    Henry Threadgill, flute, bass flute, hubkaphone
    Liberty Ellman, acoustic guitar
    Tarik Benbrahim, oud
    Dana Leongi, cello
    Jose Davila, tuba
    Elliot Humberto Kavee, drums


    A. Pop Start The Tape, Stop     24:35
    B. Pop Start The Tape, Stop (Cont'd)     18:09


    Recorded at Engine 27, New York City, September 12, 2003
    Limited edition of 1000 (numbered) copies


    HARDEDGE HE-001  (vinyl rip)

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    LOUIS STEWART - guitar
    JOHN TAYLOR - piano
    SAM JONES - bass
    BILLY HIGGINS - drums

    1. I Thought About You
    2. Litha
    3. Smiling Billy
    4. Unit 7
    5. November Girl
    6. Straight, No Chaser





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    PAUL DUNMALL - ss, ts, bs
    PAUL ROGERS - b
    PAUL HESSION - d

    1. 40:02
    2. 38:57

    Termite Club, Leeds   30th June 1988

    Thanks to taper.








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    KEITH TIPPETT -  piano

    1. August Air  41:02

    Queen Elizabeth Hall, London   May 1992

    BBC Radio 3.  Impressions. b'cast 17 Oct 1992

    Don't miss Keith Tippett's excellent recent solo release Mujician Solo IV - live in Piacenza.

    Also a new cd by the Keith Tippett Octet - The Nine Dances of Patrick O'Gonogon

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    Almost an hour of this trio's set at Sant'Anna Arrest in September 2015 - at once energetic and lyrical, with Dikeman's sax superbly offset by Parker and Drake.

    William Parker - bass
    Hamid Drake - drums & percussion
    John Dikeman - saxophone

    Sant'Anna Arresi; 5th September 2015 (from RAI3 live recording)




    By the way, RAI3 broadcast the Evan Parker Quartet's 4th September set from the same festival a couple of weeks ago. I wasn't able to record this broadcast - if someone has a recording, could it be shared here?

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    This is the recording of  "Kraanerg's" premiere.
    Although the composition is a continous piece of music I've post it each LP side separately.
    So you have four files...

    ...for more information go to Wikipedia



    Kraanerg Musique Pour Orchestre Et Bande Magnétique
    [Musique de ballet pour orchestre et bande magnétique 4 pistes :
    1(pic).1.2(clpic, clCB).1(cbn)-2.2.2.0, crd (3.3.2.2.2 ou multiple)]

    Marius Constant, conductor
    Ensemble Ars Nova De L'O.R.T.F.

    Recorded June 2, 1969 Ottawa, Inauguration du National Arts Centre, National Ballet Guild of Canada
    - the rehearsal began in April 1969.

    Erato  STU 70527/28 (vinyl rip)

    Originally available with the LP box "XENAKIS" (Erato STU 70526/27/28/29/30), 1969.

    Kraanerg is a composition for 23 instruments and 4-channel analog tape composed by Iannis Xenakis, originally for a ballet with choreography by Roland Petit and set design by Victor Vasarely. It was created for the grand opening of the Canadian National Arts Centre in Ottawa, which was originally to coincide with Expo 67 but was delayed to 1969.


    As the LP was part of a box set there's no cover - I've simply added the red letters to the box' front pic for a start...
    ...only after uploading I've discovered one nasty audible crack on side D.....


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    Erich Kleinschuster, trombone, announcements
    Leszek Zadlo, bass clarinet, soprano & tenor saxophone, flute
    Fritz Pauer, electric piano
    Jimmy Woode, bass
    Erich Bachträgl, drums
    Fritz Ozmec, percussion

    1. Intro 1:22
    2. Whole Tone Dance 10:11
    3. Directions 4:38
    4. Intensity 7:27
    5. Einsiedlerplatz (Hermit's Square) 10:46
    6. Saturn 11:51
    7. Ephedes BH 8:10
    8. unknown title (incomplete) 3:29

    Written by Erich Kleinschuster except "Directions" which was written by Joe Zawinul.

    Recorded at Amerikahaus, Vienna,  Austria on September 18, 1972.

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    heres a serenely beautiful , bittersweet music that’s very much a central European folk inflected fusion with free jazz.

    I know nothing of the Hungarian ‘binder quintet’ beyond this one lp ive owned for 20 years.
    A unique gem ,that’s worn very well and is unlikely to ever be reissued on cd.

    There is no date at all on the lp, late seventies early eighties seems very likely.
    This was put out on KREM the recording label of the state controlled Hungarian national radio broadcaster.

    Enjoy


    >The text above is by sotise which posted this gem almost at the beginning of this blog ( 9th November, 2007!). And here I discovered the music for the first time in 2009 or so...
    Just recently I listened to it and was again delighted.
    So here's a re-up for all who haden't the chance the first time around.<



    Personnel is

    BINDER QUINTET
    Mihaly Dresch,  tenor saxophone , harmonica
    Károly Friedrich, trombone, harmonica
    Károly Binder, piano
    Róbert Benkö, contrabass
    István Baló,  drums
    with
    John Tchicai,  alto saxophone

    1. Vasvirág (Iron Flower) 20:59  
    2. Sirató (Dirge) 6:48  
    3. Közép-európai Zajongások (Central-European Hubbub) 15:48

    Composed by Mihály Dresch


    Recorded at Hungarian radio studio, Budapest, July 29, 1982.


    Binder Music Manufactory  BMM 9606 (CD)
    Originally released on LP in 1983 - Krém SLPX 17759




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    Derek Bailey, guitar
    Peter Brötzmann, tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, tarogato
    Yoshisaburo Toyozumi, drums, percussion

    1. PB + YT (21.45)
    2. DB (22.25)
    3. DB + PB + YT (27.29)

    Recorded live in Aix-en-provence, Okayama, Japan, on 16 November 1987.

    Improvised Company CD002


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  • 09/06/16--15:29: MUJICIAN - Exeter 1989 Set 2
























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

    1. 25:22
    2. 18:48

    Exeter and Devon Arts Centre, 11th November 1989

    For Tantris, Sotise, Kinabalu, Nick, Ernst, Milos, Softnucleus

    The real deal.


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    Got this recording several years ago.
    Forgot who gave me the CDr at the shop in the center of Munich....
    All musicians except Mr. Matsumoto were unknown to me then and now.
    Kelly Churko, who was one of the founding members, died quiet young in 2014.
    It seems Ossuary didn't left any official recordings.

    Actually I rediscovered the CDr today after searching for my Group Ongaku CD....
    Should appeal to all fans of the harsher side of improv. Enjoy


    Kelly Churko, guitar
    Keita Itoh, bass
    Akira Sotoyama, drums
    +
    Kenichi Matsumoto, tenor saxophone
    Jason Mears, alto saxophone


    1. unknown title 8:47
    2. unknown title 8:54
    3. unknown title 9:01
    4. unknown title 5:56
    5. unknown title 11:00
    6. unknown title 5:37
    7. unknown title 5:35
    8. unknown title 13:08
    9. unknown title 3:38


    Ossuary was founded in 2005
    unknown recording date and location - probably around 2010



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    The music herein was already posted by Riccardo in 2010.
    But Michael King - producer of the now sadly defunct label - asked for a removal of the links.
    The links were removed and the music was released about two years later in 2012 on Reel Recordings.
    Already in 2013 the label stopped its production....
    King wanted to start a new label called "Jazz in Britain" but sadly he died in 2015.


     Elton Dean, alto saxophone, saxello
    Alan Skidmore, tenor & soprano sax
    Mark Charig, trumpet,tenor horn
    Harry Beckett, trumpet,flugelhorn
    Radu Malfatti, trombone
    Nick Evans, trombone
    Keith Tippett, piano
    Harry Miller, bass
    Louis Moholo, drums
    +
    Jim Dvorak, trumpet (2nd set only)



    1-1. Oases 20:12  
    1-2. One Three Nine 14:07  
    1-3. Sweet F.A.     14:06
    1-4. Seven For Lee 16:59
      
    2-1. Nicrotto 20:42  
    2-2. Macks 14:26  
    2-3. First Born 13:01  
    2-4. Bounce  8:51

    Soloists:
    CD One: First Set
    1. Solos: Charig + Dean + Malfatti + Tippett
    2. Solos: Dean + Beckett + Tippett
    3. Solos: Skidmore + Beckett + Tippett
    4. Solos: Dean + Skidmore

    CD Two: Second Set
    1. Evans/Malfatti duet
    2. Solos: Dean + Beckett
    3. Solos: Evans + Dean + Tippett
    4. Solos: Dvorak + Skidmore


    The 100 Club, 100 Oxford St, London, England ~ March 5th 197

    Sony TC-D5M Cassette, Stereophonic Ambient Recording

    Engineered by twenty-two year Riccardo Bergerone, from a stage front and centre table position as reserved for him personally by Elton Dean.
    Positioned far left stage, beyond the band, thus often distant sounding.
    Kudos to Keith Tippett for his understanding and support for the music.

    REEL RECORDINGS RR024/025





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    Not my rip - thanks to the original uploader.
    Probably my memory is short - but I found it on an external hd this afternoon without knowledge of it...
    Obviously sotise has a point with his comments in the Free Form section four days ago.




    Evert Brettschneider, electric & acoustic guitar
    Aloys Kott, double bass, electric double bass, electric bass
    Peter Eisold, drums, tabla, flute marimba


    A1. Rumpelstielzchen  4:23
    A2. Double Face  14:36
    B1. Engelstanz  5:21
    B2. Sonate  13:34

    Recorded: July 1974 and February 1975 at BTS-Studio (Blackfield Tonstudio), Kirchhellen, Germany.


    CALIG CAL 30614  (vinyl rip)

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  • 09/18/16--09:00: Cathy Berberian - A Portrait


  • Here is some more from the NRK archives, broadcast in March 1970. I vaguely remember watching it at the time, so all the more delighted to find it in the digital archives of the NRK.

    First we get a performance of The Beatles' Ticket to Ride, with tongue firmly in cheek and a little later Yesterday, with the singer and audience all decked out in fake noses and moustaches. An interview with Norwegian composer Kjell Skyllstad follows which allows Cathy Berberian to reflect on the rituals of classicial recitals, both from the point of view of the performer and audience.

    Three performances follow, first Cathy Berberian's own "Stripsody," clearly inspired by comic strips and the vocal acrobatics involved in emulating the texts of the strips. Then, two pieces by John Cage follow, "Flower" and "Wonderful Widows of 18 Springs", sparsely performed with only a drum for accompaniment. Finally, we get to hear "Thema. Omagio a James Joyce" by Luciano Berio, with whom she was married from 1950 - 1964. The entire recital is taken from Joyce's texts, but I'm not knowledgeable enough to pinpoint exactly what's being cited. The voice is electronically treated and the camera pans over the audience to catch their facial epressions and occasional eye movements, all superimposed by videos and images of sea gulls and sailing ships. By the end, the words have been rendered unintelligible by electronic manipulation.

    All in all, performances which range from humorous takes on popular culture to the deep crevices of Joyce's texts. But thoroughly enjoyable! Oh, and I forgot to say: All in glorious black and white!

          

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    A. Stella! Black & White

    B. Stella! Black & White


    Blake Parker, spoken word, libretto
    John Mills-Cockell, music, synthesizer, keyboards, electronics
    Greg Kozac, percussion
    Leora Cash, vocals
    Michael Hayden, production


    Privately released cassette in DVD case with booklet/libretto


    This is Intersystems, 27 years later. Of several Canadian artistic/musical productions (e.g. CCMC, Nihilist Spasm Band, The Artists' Jazz Band), the Intersystems LPs (No 1 Record, Peachy and Free Psychedelic Poster Inside) are my favourites, for Mills-Cockell's wild electronics and Parker's savagely satirical wit and vocal delivery. They were re-released last year individually and in a box set that has my highest recommendation, with great sound compared to earlier CD copies and what is on youtube (though an introduction is there if you haven't heard them). The accompaniment and poetry are less stark and challenging here, but definitely worth a listen.






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  • 09/30/16--02:31: Design flaw - Ends meet

  • there is a post somewhere here at IS, wich I think is Thread Quintet - Long Lines, but I cannot find it, probably  it wasnt tagged and the useful search feature has disappeared (for me only or for real?). it was a good one that make me want to look for his companion album, wich is here now

    Design Flaw - Ends Meet
    Future Reference Recordings, FR001, CD
    2003

    Jon Doyle - B flat clarinet
    Brian Dibblee - double Bass
    Frank Rosaly - drums

    1 - Closer Than You Or I Believe     5:02
    2 - Couldn't     4:42
    3 - Leaving     4:28
    4 - Passing By     4:10
    5 - A Solution For Something     4:51
    6 - Lasting Impression     3:15
    7 - For Airplay     4:44
    8 - Another Time     4:59
    9 - Trying Not To Stand Still     5:51

    Track 7 was written by Frank Rosaly, all other tracks written by Brian Dibblee

    Tracks 6, 7 and 9 recorded december 2001 at Shevitz Studio.
    Tracks 1-5 and 8 were recorded november 11, 2002 at Acme Recording.

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    A companion to corvimax's previous post feat. the same drums 'n' bass.


    Dave Rempis, alto & tenor saxophone
    Keefe Jackson, clarinet & tenor saxophone
    Nick Broste, trombone
    Brian Dibblee, bass
    Frank Rosaly, drums


    1. No Shade Of Red     07:35
    2. Hand Impairment     06:39
    3. Long Lines             07:19
    4. Edge Wear             10:02
    5. Apples             10:26
    6. Witz             09:22
    7. Seams             05:02


    Recorded at 3030 (Chicago) on January 27, 2003.

    All music by Brian Dibblee except track 6 by Frank Rosaly.

    Future Reference Recordings – FR003 (2003)

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    Some more from the NRK archives, this time two performances by Karlheinz Stockhausen's emsemble on 29 and 30 September 1969. These were at the Henie Onstad Art Centre at Høvikodden outside Oslo. The Centre was opened in 1968 and soon became the most prominent venue for new music, electronica and even jazz. Among jazz events in 1969, the premier performance of George Russell's Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved by Nature and a concert by the Cadentia Nova Danica, an ensemble led by saxophonist John Tchicai.

    We get to hear two pieces (in separate files), first "Kurzwellen" (Shortwaves) where short wave receivers play a key role as a sound source for emulation and improvisation. This piece was recorded and released by Deutsche Grammophon in 1970. The record lists six musicians, but as far as I make out, there are only five present in this concert. These are:

    Karlheinz Stockhausen - electronics, mixing, harmonica (on "Es")
    Aloys Kontarsky - piano
    Johannes G. Fritsch - viola
    Harald Bojé - keyboards
    Rolf Gehlhaar - percussion

    The second piece, "Es" (It), an excerpt from "Aus den Sieben Tagen" (From the Seven Days), features the same ensemble, but this piece is based on what may be called non-cognitive spontaneity, reminiscent of Eastern ideas derived from meditation and buddhism. Only when the mind is devoid of thought is the time to play. Once one starts to think again, one should stop immediately. Hence there is a lot of space and silence in this music, only broken by sudden otbursts of sound. Both pieces may sound random to many ears and to some degree they are, but there is, I sense, a strong procedural and conceptual element to this music nonetheless. The second half of the video is a Q&A session with musicians, including some of his own, where he gets to expound on his concept of biological time, space, natural sound and on what he calls intuitive music.

    Same as for the Cathy Berberian programme, which I posted before, it's all in glorious black and white!


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