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    Kovarik's Musikothek, R.A.U. 1006
    LP, 1977
    Austria

    A1 - Serpentine           3:29
    Alaeddin Adlernest - Bassoon
    Paul Fickl - Violin, Contra Violin
    Fritz Novotny - Xylophone, Gong, Bells, Thai Flute
    Walter Schiefer - Percussion

    A2 - Kaukasus        19:17
    Alaeddin Adlernest - Bassoon
    Paul Fickl - Piano, Electric Piano
    Muhammad Malli - Alto and Soprano Sax
    Fritz Novotny - Flute, Soprano Sax, Xylophone
    Walter Schiefer  - Drums and Small Percussions

    B - Aquedukt          23:34
    Alaeddin Adlernest - Bassoon
    Paul Fickl - Piano, Electric Piano
    Muhammad Malli - Drums, Alto Sax
    Fritz Novotny - Soprano Sax
    Walter Schiefer - Balaphone, Piano, Percussions, Drums

    Recorded live September 17, 1977 at Kulturzentrum Impuls Maria Schutz.

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    This LP was posted by Nick as a kind of accompaniment to the eup of this LP.
    And it deserves a proper post.....


    Toshiyuki Tsuchitori & Ryuichi Sakamoto:  Drums, Gong, Grand Piano, Cymbal, Bells, Wood Block, Marimba, Glockenspiel, Thumb Piano, Bongos, Ems, Voice, Temple Block, Bamboo Clutters

    A.      Aya                                        (20:06)
    B1.     Utsuwa No Naka                  (06:10)
    B2.     Musique Differencielle 1     (13:50)
    B3.     Musique Differencielle 2     (06:10)





    Recorded at Lisrec Studio and Gyoen Music Studio, Tokyo, August and September 1975.

     
    ALM Records AL-7   (vinyl rip)













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    Fritz Novotny, soprano saxophone, turkish & indian flutes
    Sepp Mitterbauer, trumpet
    Giselher Smekal, piano
    Ram Chandra, sitar
    Toni Michlmayr, bass
    Muhammad Ali, percussion


    1. Darjeeling - part 1 (20:59)
    2. Darjeeling - part 2 (19:25)


    Live at the "Museum of the 20th Century", Vienna, June 7, 1970.


    WM Produktion WM 20 011 (this rip from a 1998 released CD-r version)

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    A1. Test A

    B1. Test B
    B2. Passo A 2
    B3. Song

    Mario Schiano, alto saxophone
    Nicola Vernuccio, contrabass
    Ivano Nardi, drums
    Maurizio Maccianti, piano
    Maurizio Urbani, soprano saxophone

    Red Record ‎– VPA 116

    LP Rip


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    Thanks to the taper and the original uploader for this rare piece with Charles Brackeen who has definitly not enough recordings.


    Charles Brackeen, tenor saxophone
    Ed Blackwell, drums


    01. unknown title 15:59
    02. unknown title 05:23
    03. unknown title 06:32
    04. unknown title 06:45
    05. unknown title 02:57
    06. unknown title 03:23

    Recorded at Columbia University (NY) on February 16, 1980.

    Source: Radio
    Sound: A (some drop out on left channel for first track)


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    Mark Charig, trumpet
    Dave Spence, trumpet
    Dave Holdsworth, trumpet
    Paul Rutherford, trombone
    Alan Tomlinson, trombone
    Paul Nieman, trombone
    Alan Sinclair, tuba
    Elton Dean, reeds
    Dave White, reeds
    Stan Sulzmann, reeds
    Alan Wakeman, reeds
    Harry Smith, reeds
    Nick White, reeds
    Jane Robertson, cello
    Alan Brett, cello
    Howard Riley, piano
    Barry Guy, bass
    Ron Matthewson, bass
    Tony Oxley, drums
    Buxton Orr, conductor
    Charles Fox, announcer

    1. Two Designs (H. Riley)     13:13
    2. Introduction     1:28
    3. Satellites II (P. Rutherford)     12:30
    4. Closing announcement

    March 10, 1975, BBC Studios, London

    Broadcast on BBC's Jazz in Britain on March 10, 1975; I don't know when the music was recorded.

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    Part of a Qbico box - at least this LP was a bootleg according Mr. Toyozumi.



    Sabu Toyozumi, drums, percussion
    Mototeru Takagi, tenor saxophone


    Side A
    Side B

    Rec. January 17, 1994 Tokyo, Japan.

    (Part of the LP-box) Omicron-Omega TAU LP



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    ARTHUR BLYTHE - alto saxophone
    RODNEY JONES - guitar
    RON CARTER - bass
    JOEY BARRON - drums

    1. Mighty Fine   9:51
    2. The Crock Pot   12:05
    3. Little Boy   8:22
    4. What   17:11

    Knitting Factory, New York.  June 1998

    BBC b'cast Jazz on 3

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  • 02/23/17--13:00: Ten years and going
  • Today it is ten years on the day since the very first post on this blog. Of all things, it was about Google self-censorship in China, but a couple of days later there was another one on Marion Brown which gave an idea about the future direction of the blog. The poster was Sotise, our correspondent from down under, but he was soon joined by a couple of others who set the tone in the early days. Ten years is a life-time in blogland. Many blogs that started about the same time are no longer active, but the IS fellows have kept it going. Yes, fellows. No members of the opposite sex which make me wonder if the type of music posted here is basically a male thing. I hope not.

    There have been 2558 posts over the years and 30882 comments in all. Given that volume, many comments are requests for material posted here before which inevitably send the regular crew scurrying into the archives to see if that or those files are still there. But as we do not post in print material as a matter of policy, I guess there is a kind of dusty archive quality to much of what can be found here. But that is a good thing.

    Anyway, thanks to the regulars for keeping things going and thanks to our followers for keeping us going. Heading on ...

     

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    I never would have thought that these great sounds will get a reissue. But as a Buddhist monk once in far more serious circumstances remarked I had to little imagination...
    At the end of march there will be a 6 CD-box with all the LPs of the Workshop De Lyon and the Free Jazz Workshop.
    Not only the previously released yet rare recordings but also unreleased music - already ordered my copy.

     



     Discovered this CD only late in 2016. But in January '17 I realised what for a masterpiece the music contained is - IMO.
    Acoustic bass guitar and piano - recommended!











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    HOPPER, DEAN, TiPPETT, GALLiVAN - Stadt Theatre, Radio Bremen 1977

    01 Echoes  7.21
    02 Seven Drones 10.58
    03 Naima  12.29
    04 Soul Fate  8.26

    Hugh Hopper, bass guitar
    Elton Dean, alto sax, saxello
    Keith Tippett, piano
    Joe Gallivan, drums, moog synthesizer

    This was posted few years ago in Contributions section (by Nod Y? Anyway thank you to original contributor). I converted original mp3 files to wav, set appropriate tracking and then converted to flac and mp3. Picture above is from 1 hour long performance of the quartet, published on Vimeo by CCA: Glasgow as follows.



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  • 03/04/17--04:04: MISHA MENGELBERG - R.I.P.

  • ..... born 5 June, 1935 in Kiev, Ukraine - died 3 March, 2017, Amsterdam

    R.I.P.



    (Photography by Anton Johannes Gerrit Corbijn)

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    A1. Sa Bruscia Narat
    A2. Italjazz
    A3. Rivvalta

    B1. Perdas De Fogu
    B2. Sulcis
    B3. Anghelu Ruju


    Mario Schiano, alto saxophone
    Sheila Jordan, vocals
    Don Pullen, piano
    Bruce Johnson, guitar
    Marcello Melis, bass
    Ray Mantilla, percussion
    Jerome Cooper, drums

    Recorded on 13-14 JUne 1974, at Downtown Studio, New York

    RCA - TPL1 1082

    LP Rip

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    PETR MATUSZEK - Na prahu světla / On The Threshold Of Light (Happy Music 1996)

    This is not usual IS avant-jazz, but I think it would be interesting to hear for some people here. In the forefront of the album is singing of Petr Matuszek, combining classical and aliquote techniques in the works of Czech contemporary composers. Title is OOP for many years, as the label disappeared from Czech music scene. 






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    Three weeks ago I got the new Zeitkratzer. They play tunes from the two first Karftwerk LPs.
    For whatever reason Kraftwerk never approved an official reissue of these recording.
    After listening to the Zeitkratzer LP I wanted to hear the original again after many years.
    Here's a link to the release I'm referring to.
    And here you can download an unissued Zeitkratzer from 2002.



    Florian Schneider-Esleben, flute, violin, electric percussion
    Ralf Hütter, organ, tubon
    Andreas Hohmann, drums (A1, A2)
    Klaus Dinger, drums (B2)

    A1. Ruckzuck     7:49
    A2. Stratovarius     12:07
    B1. Megaherz     9:31
    B2. Vom Himmel Hoch     9:59


    Recorded & remixed July-September 1970.

    Philips 6305 058 (late autumn 1970)

    (vinyl rip)

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    A1. Fishes
    A2. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
    A3. Georgia On My Mind
    A4. Paraguay
    A5. Grizzly
    A6. Globe Me Or Glub Me
    A7. In Paradise With You

    B1. Concepts IV
    B2. Some Of These Days
    B3. Solo
    B4. Free Interlude
    B5. 'O Vero Free
    B6. Black Mountain Blues
    B7. Swimming Pool Orchestra


    Mario Schiano, vocals, piano, alto saxophone, drums, accordion, latin bell, Neapolitan whistle, kitchen pot carillon, imitation trombone, handclaps, various toys, typewriter

    Tommaso Vittorino, vocals, alto, soprano, tenor and baritone saxophone, piano, bass, guitar, drums, polymmog, Fender piano, clarinet, accordion, harmonica, reco-reco, handclaps, toy-horn, tape, whistle, various toys, bicycle

    Jean Jacques Ferry, drums, (A7), French-speaking voice (B1)

    Trottolino, vocal (A4), Neapolitan-speaking voice (B1)


    Recorded in Rome at the Junior Studio, 10-20 October 1980

    Dischi Della Quercia ‎– Q 28011

    LP Rip


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    A/B. Jazz Club N. 1/2


    Mario Schiano, alto saxophone
    Daniele Cavallanti, baritone saxophone
    Paolino Dalla Porta, bass
    Filippo Monico, drums
    Riccardo Fassi, piano
    Michel Audisso, soprano saxophone
    Sandro Satta, tenor saxophone

    Both sides merged back into continuous track.

    Recorded in Piedmonte Matese (Caserta) on 20 July 1983.

    Soundstudio ‎– 33-ST 010

    LP Rip

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    The good news is that NoBusiness Records is releasing a series of concert recordings that were originally made in the 1990s for Chap Chap Records. The first two are available now as CD, download, or LPs (edition of 300).

    PAUL RUTHERFORD, SABU TOYOZUMI - THE CONSCIENCE (NOBUSINESS RECORDS, 2017)




    Side A

    1. The Conscience

    Side B

    1. Beer, Beer and Beer
    2. Dear Ho Chi Min
    3. I Miss My Pet Rakkyo


    Paul Rutherford, trombone
    Sabu Toyozumi, drums


    Recorded live on the 11th October 1999 at Café Jumbo in Tokoname, Aichi, Japan by Ryuji Enokida. Concert produced by Sadamu Hisada


    ITARU OKI, NOBOYUSHI INO, CHOI SUN BAE - KAMI FUSEN (NOBUSINESS RECORDS, 2017)





    Side A

    1. Yawning Baku
    2. Kami Fusen

    Side B

    1. I Remember Clifford
    2. Ikiru


    Itaru Oki, trumpet, bamboo flute
    Nobuyoshi Ino, bass
    Choi Sun Bae, trumpet

    Recorded live on the 2nd January 1996 at Café Amores, Hofu, Yamaguchi, Japan by Takeo Suetomi. Concert produced by Takeo Suetomi.




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    Theo Jörgensmann - Clarinet [Kolbe]
    Eckard Koltermann - Bass Clarinet [Selmer]
    Perry Robinson - Clarinet [Amati], tracks 4 to 8

    1 - Talk 3 (Koltermann)      
    2 - Well You Needn't (T. Monk)
    3 - Schwarzlicht (Koltermann, Jörgensmann)
    4 - Touch Of Strange (Robinson)
    5 - Ida (Jörgensmann)
    6 - Basta (Jörgensmann)  dedicated to Helmut Schweizer
    7 - Carteristic (Koltermann)
    8 - Dandeline Vine (Robinson)  dedicated to John Carter

    Recorded at Ruhrjazzfestival Bochum, October 26, 1990 (1, 2, 3)
    and at Werkschau für zeitgenössische Improvisationsmusik, Bottrop, September 6, 1991 (4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

    NOM 1992, CD

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    A1. Sa Bruscia
    A2. Supramonte

    B1. Palazzo Panorama
    B2. Belice, Veduta Aerea
    B3. Gambrinus
    B4. Sud



    Mario Schiano, alto saxophone, flute (A2)
    Bruno Tommaso, contrabass
    Alfonso Alcântara Vieira, drums
    Massimo Urbani, alto saxophone (A1-2, B4)
    Eugenio Colombo, alto saxophone, flute (B4)
    Toni Formichella, baritone sSaxophone (A1-2, B2-4)
    Mandrake, tumbadora (A1-2, B1-2, B4)
    Roberto Della Grotta, contrabass (B4)
    Tommaso Vittorini, flute, bass clarinet (B4), tenor saxophone (A1-2, B3-4)
    Maurizio Giammarco, soprano saxophone (A1-B1, tenor saxophone (B4)
    Guido Anelli, trombone (B4)
    Ruggero Pastore, trombone (B4)
    Gaetano Delfini, trumpet (B4)
    Massimo Bartoletti, trumpet (B4)
    Roberto Antinolfi, trumpet (B4)

    Recorded at Studio 38, Rome, 8-17 January 1973

    Tomorrow ‎– ZSTOM 2001

    LP Rip




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