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    1. ABCD

    Sunny Murray, drums
    Kenneth Terroade, saxophone
    Paul Jeffrey, saxophone
    Ronnie Beer, saxophone


    Recorded live at the Paris Jazz Festival on November 6, 1968.

    Jazz Collection - JCD-08

    CD Rip


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    Doudou Gouirand is a french saxophonist who has started to record in the middle of the seventies. As side man he have worked with Pierre Dørge New Jungle Orchestra, Mal Waldron, Johnny Dyani, Okay Temiz’s Oriental Wind, Michel Marre to name a few. Some of those musicians are featured on his own albums. In 1985 he have recorded « Forgotten Tales » with Don Cherry on one track but this album is not so memorable in my opinion. Three years before he published « mouvements naturels » with some of the musicians previously mentionned + Chris McGregor on one track.

    Face A:
    1. Amanda
    2. 2. jungle Dream
    3. 3. Song For J.M
    Face B:
    1. Blues For B.B
    2. 2. Mélanésie Nuclear No 1
    3. 3. Mouvements Naturels

    Doudou Gouirand: alto, soprano saxophone, flute, voice, piano
    Michel Benita: bass on a. 1
    Johnny Dyani: bass, voice
    Jean Claude Montredon: drums, percussions on a1, a3, b1
    Merzak Mouthana: drums, percussions on a2, b2, b3
    Lelle Kullgren: guitar on b1
    Pierre Dørge: guitar
    Chris McGregor: piano on b1

    Disques Jam 0482/DG 028 lp rip


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    Roy Brooks - drums, marimba, steel drums
    Amina Claudine Meyers - Hammond B-3 organ
    Rodney Rich - guitar
    Jerry LeDuff - shaker, tablas, cuica, percussions
    Ray Mantilla - conga, bells, percussions

    A1 - Ha-Ya !        
    A2 - Samba Del Sol        
    B1 - Basketball        
    B2 - Her Blues Is Mine Ra    

    Recorded on September 3, 1999 in Detroit.

    Sagittarius A-Star 12, LP
    Limited to 200 copies with insert

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    A. Solo Alto Sax

    B. Lower-Case-Hyper-Space


    Wally Shoup, alto saxophone, electronics, voice, home-made instruments

    Recorded on 16 November 1984 (A) and 15 May 1984 (B).

    Transmuseq

    Cassette Rip


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    Idris Ackamoor - Alto and Tenor Saxophone, Mbira [Thumb Piano], Balafon, Percussion, Poetry
    Rasul Siddik - Trumpet, Percussion, Bamboo Flutes
    Joe McKinley - Bass
    Abdul Waahid - Congas, Percussions
    John Baker - Drums

    The Beginning Of The Second Earth Suite    
    A1- Part I The Beginning Of The Second Earth    
    A2 - Part II Ascent Of The Nether Creatures    
    B1 - Look Into Yourself    
    B2 - The Temple Garden    
    B3 - Another Carnival

    Composed By Idris Ackamoor (tracks: A1 to B2)
    B3 composed by Wallace Wilson

    Live at SOMARTS Cultural Center, San Francisco, 1980

    Sagittarius A-Star 25, LP
    limited edition 200 copies

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    SERMiLÄ / ViKLiCKÝ / ŠVAMBERK / POSEJPAL - NEURO (1998)

    01. Another Dawn    [03:06]
    02. Barbarian (K)nights    [05:23]
    03. Can Picker    [02:09]
    04. Crazy Waltz    [03:38]
    05. Delta Psycho    [03:21]
    06. Lament    [01:45]
    07. Petit Mal    [02:32]
    08. Scary Moments    [01:44]
    09. Autumn In Jazz Cafe    [03:11]
    10. Neuro    [04:17]
    11. Hypomnesia    [03:43]
    12. Borderline Cases    [05:07]
    13. November Song    [01:39]
    14. Lovers' Talk    [00:49]
    15. Quietly    [01:42]
    16. Pop Tones    [04:44]

    JARMO SERMiLÄ - trumpet
    EMiL ViKLiCKÝ - piano
    ALEX ŠVAMBERK - metals, editing
    MiROSLAV POSEJPAL - cello

    Recorded live at Viola Theatre, Prague, in April and December 1997, except track 5, recorded at Delta Club, Prague, December 1997.

    (c) Gallup Music 1998 (CD)

    Improvisational project of Finnish trumpeter Sermilä and Czech jazz pianist Viklický, with fellow Czech improvisers Švamberk and Posejpal and their sole release on now defunct Czech label. Reduced version without Viklický continued playing as Paraneuro and in 2014, collection of their studio recordings from 1998-2012 was released as Paraneurologic album on Polí5 label.




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    PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
    PAUL ROGERS, bass
    DAVE ALEXANDER, drums
    SIMON PICARD, tenor sax (Track 2)

    1. 17:38
    2. 32:19

    Duke of Wellington, North London.  29th July 1989.

    Happy Christmas guys.

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    No Free Jazz but some improvised music. No Jazz but it's so Isso...?


    Yukihiro Isso, nohkan (2,5,7) & shinobue (1,3,4,5,6)
    Natsuki Kido, guitar (1,2,3,5,6,7)
    Masahiro Uemura, percussion (1,2,3,5,6,7)
    Kiyoshi Yoshitani, shimedaiko (japanese drum) (2,5,7)

    guests :

    Yosuke Yamashita, piano (2)
    Akira Sakata, alto saxophone (7)
    Kazumi Watanabe, guitar (1)
    Kiyohiko Semba, percussion (1,2,5,7)


    1. Toh Hyo Hyo     8:44
    2. Bi-Byohnn     7:39
    3. Scarecrow And The Red Dragonfly     9:44
    4. The Fable Of The Elementary School For Minnows     5:26
    5. Just For Fantasia     6:48
    6. The Pastoral Village     4:15
    7. Soku-Ryu-Teki-Ha (Life Is So Hard)     10:50


    Recorded: December 6, 10, 15, 21, 1990 at King Records Studio.


    Raijin - KICP 101  (1991)


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    Herbert Joos, fluegelhorn, euphonium, flute
    Paul Schwarz, piano
    Jürgen Wuchner, double bass
    Thomas Cremer, drums



    01. unknown title   12:31
    02. Continued News   4:45
    03. Symphonie In E  19:05
    04. Melancholie  10:51
    05. How Old May He Be ?  19:02

     (Compositions by H. Joos except tr.1 by P. Schwarz)


    Tracks 1 + 2 recorded 1979 in Stuttgart, SWF Jazz Session
    Tracks 3 to 5 recorded 1980 in Stuttgart.


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    HOWARD RILEY - solo piano

    1. 4:11
    2. 11:54
    3. 9:13

    Bath International Music Festival. Bath. 30 May 1995

    BBC Radio3. 'Impressions' broadcast


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    SOPHIA DOMANCICH - piano
    PAUL ROGERS - bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    PAUL DUNMALL - soprano saxophone

    1. 16:13                                          Domancich/Rogers/Levin
    2. Parrots  15:30                             Domancich/Rogers/Levin
    3. Three for Louis (trio)*  9:14         Dunmall/Rogers/Domancich
    4. Three for Louis (qt)  10:56          Domancich/Rogers/Levin/Dunmall

    Bath International Music Festival.  Bath. 29 May 1995  *30 May 1995

    BBC Radio 3 'Impressions' broadcast.

    Especially for Mauro (and Milos too).  All the best guys.  Enjoy.

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    Juhani Aaltonen: ténor saxophone, flute - Ulf Krokfors: bass - Reino Laine: drums - Iro Haarla: piano, harp

    -Blessing
    -Agape
    -Ronda
    -Good Old Times
    -Shimmer Of Fallen Stars

    Tampere jazz festival November 6, 2010


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    Here is one record by one of the most unknown hero of the south African jazz. Tete Mbambisa has been considered as a major reference by musicians like Johnny Dyani or Dudu Pukwana. But Mbambisa have recorded only few records, less than ten for a man who is more than 80 years old. Here we have some very beautiful cape jazz, relaxed music with positive vibrations. Some of the musicians on this session can also be found on some records by Dollar Brand recorded and published by the same label like « Cape Town Fringe » or « Mannenberg Is Where It’s Happening ».

    • Trane Ride - Past Time - Winter time - Irene

    Bass: Zulu Bidi
    Drums: Monty Weber
    Piano/composition: Tete Mbambisa
    Tenor Sax/Flute: Basil Coetzee

    The Sun ml4258 published in 1979

    Recently the label Matsuli Music have reissued the first session by Mbambisa under the name « The Soul Jazzmen »

    In 2012 independent producer Jonhattan Eato have recorded and published a superbe solo piano by Tete Mbambisa that can be found here
    or

    Last but not least: a recent recording by Tete with British musicians have been published in south Africa in the end of 2017 in a very limited quantity, it will probably be issued in the world very soon. In preparation is also the first time issue of an unreleased session from 1978.


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  • 01/12/18--22:20: EVERYMAN BAND (ECM 1982)


  • Here is first recording published by Maestro David Torn. Unlike second Everyman Band album "Without Warning", it was never released as CD nor digitally yet for whatever reason. The debut of this American quartet is much wilder than second album, but Torn's atmospheric guitar explorations are already there. He went on to record further ECM albums under his own name, "Best Laid Plans" (1985, duo with percussionist Geoffrey Gordon) and crimsonish "Cloud About Mercury" (1987, with Mark Isham on trumpet, Tony Levin on bass and stick and Bill Bruford on drums), and as a member of Jan Garbarek Group (It's OK To Listen To The Gray Voice, 1985). Torn returned to ECM in 2oo7 with his fantastic band Prezens. All Fogel, Yaw and Suchorsky were members of Lou Reed band.
    I am sharing this album as clean vinyl rip, each side of the LP is one track. Cover scans are included.

    ...

    EVERYMAN BAND (ECM 1234)

    MARTiN FOGEL - saxophones
    DAViD TORN - guitar
    BRUCE YAW - bass
    MiCHAEL SUCHORSKY - drums

    Recorded March 1982 at Talent Studio Oslo by Jan Erik, produced by Manfred.

    SiDE I: Morals in the Mud / Japan Smiles / Lonely Streets / On the Spot
    SiDE II: The Mummy Club / Nuclear Suite / Fatt Blatt

    ...

    All a musician can do is to get closer to the sources of nature, and so feel that he is in communion with the natural laws.


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    Michael Sell, trumpet
    Bernd Konrad, bass clarinet & soprano saxophone
    Buschi Niebergall, double bass
    Frank Köllges, drums


    A1. Heute, Gestern, Morgen     9:20
    A2. Früher Oder Später     6:35
    Drei Kleine Nachspiele Zu "Früher Oder Später"    3:50
    A3a. Nr. 1     1:17
    A3b. Nr. 2     1:19
    A3c. Nr. 3     1:14
        -
    B1. Unterwegs     14:53
    B2. Bestimmt Doch Unbestimmt     8:48

    Track B1: Double Quartet


    Recorded December 28/29, 1981 at Zuckerfabrik Stuttgart.

    MISP 507 (vinyl rip)

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    Abdelhaï Bennani, tenor saxophone
    Itaru Oki, trumpets, bugle, flutes
    Alan Silva, double bass
    Makoto Sato, drums

    1. In Fanz                                19:38
    2. The Spell                              11:52
    3. Once Upon a Time (Please, Baby, Don't Cry)  08:18 
    4. Hear my Trane Comin'        13:02
    5. Trance                                  07:12
         
     
    Recorded live on November 24, 1999, at "Les Instants  Chavirés", Montreuil, France.
    Recorded by Bahaï. Mastered by Benjamin Duboc.
    All Music by Abdelhaï Bennani (SACEM).
    Cover Photo, “Mirrored Lady”, by Jan Ström.
    Artist´s promotion demo 2015.

    JaZt TAPES CD-054

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    The leaders of this album were completely unknown to before I discovered this LP.
    Of course the musicians in the rhythm-section are not totally unknown...
    Interesting to see the trombonist Bob Norden playing on this mid-sixties recording.
    Norden also plays a.o. on Bobby Bradford's and John Stevens' collaboration which was released by Chuck Nessa in 1980.



    Don Heckman, alto saxophone
    Ed Summerlin, tenor saxophone
    Lew Gluckin, trumpet
    Bob Norden, trombone
    Steve Kuhn, piano
    Ron Carter, bass (A1 to B1)
    Steve Swallow, bass (B2)
    Joe Hunt, drums (A1 to B1)
    Joe Cocuzzo, drums (B2)
    Lisa Zanda, voice (B2)



    A1. Jax or Bettor (Heckman) 10:03
    A2. Leisure No. 5 (Summerlin) 6:43
    B1. Dialogue (Summerlin) 9:35
    B2. Five Haikus (Heckman) 6:36


    Tracks A1 to B1: Recorded March, 31 1966 in New York City
    Track B2: Recorded September 3, 1965 in New York City


    Jazzworkshop JLP 7009 (UK, 1968 - mono)
    Originally released in 1967 on Ictus Records (not Andrea Centazzo's label!) Ictus 101 (US - mono)


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    Theo Jörgensmann, clarinet
    Bernd Konrad, baritone & soprano saxophone
    Michael Sell, trumpet
    Melvyn Poore, tuba
    Paul Schwarz, piano (left channel)
    John Fischer, piano (right channel)
    Kai Kanthak, bass (left channel)
    Buschi Niebergall, bass (right channel)
    Diony Kube, drums (left channel)
    Frank Köllges, drums (right channel)


    A.  Emanationen I 14:34
    B.  Emanationen I (Fortsetzung) 18:11
    C1. Prolog Zu Emanationen II 5:13
    C2. Emanationen II 9:51
    D.  Emanationen II (Fortsetzung) 18:17



    Recorded January 5 to 7, 1983 at Cornett-Studio, Cologne.

    MISP 508 (vinyl rip)  (not my rip)

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    This recording have been published under various names and various labels, Confluence seems to be the original title.

    1The Aloe And The Wildrose
    2 Hamba Khale!
    3 To Elsa
    4 Eighty First Street


    Dollar Brand: Piano, Cello
    Gato Barbieri: Tenor Saxophone

    Recorded at Fonorama Studio, Milan, Italy, on March 16, 1968


    Freedom tkcb 70338 serie freedom collection No 29 Japan Edition

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    DREAMTiME - Bunny Up (Affinity 1984)

    SiDE A - The Boys Did It / Careful Driver / Lend An Ear, Part 1
    SiDE B - And So Tibet / Lend An Ear, Part 2 / Bunny Up



    vinyl rip + scans


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