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    Since I discovered Swiss saxophonist Urs Blöchlinger I’ve been immediately interested by his music. His ability in improvisation and his knowledge and mastery of several styles of music including contemporary but also European tradition and his way to integrate those elements in his music is simply amazing. So no surprise that after this discovery of a true genius I wanted to get more of his discography as a leader but also as a side man. This album is one of those that I picked up during my trip in his too short career. On this record Blöchlinger share the stage with Jacques Demierre and Olivier Magnenat. Demierre have an important discography and have played with musicians like Barry Guy, Isabelle Duthoit, Urs Leimgruber to name a few. Swiss bassist Olivier Magnenat have unfortunately a smaller discography and mostly recorded with Swiss musicians like François Chevrolet or Peter Schärli.
    This is a live recording based on elaborate compositions where ostinatos are mixed with introspectives and more fiery moments.

    The only recommandation that I can give you is to search in this blog where you can find almost all of Blöchlinger’s discography recently updated by Mew23. All of his records available here are superbes. Beside his interest in jazz, contemporary music and European tradition, Blöchlinger was also interested in rock. He shared the stage and the studio with « No Secret In The Family » and few month before his death he was member of an incredible band called « Heilige Bimbam » that mixed, free, funk and rock in a complete unique style, others members of « heilige Bimbam » included musicians of « No Secret In The Family » but also Urs Voerkel, another musician who left us too fast.

    1 Les Vieux Chapeaux
    2 L’Amour – Die Mauer
    3 Kännsch Höngg?
    4 Who Is Afraid Of Alain Monnier?

    Urs Blöchlinger: alto saxophone, composition
    Jacques Demierre: piano
    Olivier Magnenat: bass

    Recorded live in Lausanne, Switzerland on January 1990

    Plainisphare PL 1267-61 CD

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    Michael Sell, trumpet, flugelhorn
    Frederic Rabold, trumpet, flugelhorn
    Theo Jörgensmann, clarinet
    Bernd Konrad,  bass clarinet, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Willem van Manen, trombone
    Paul Rutherford, trombone
    Thomas Wiedermann, trombone
    Namek Aclan, tuba
    Bernd Moschner, tuba
    Reinhard Glöder, bass
    Frank Köllges, drums

    A1. Fußwork    07:03
    A2. Beinwork   12:27
    B1. Worüber Man Nicht Spricht Work   10:03
    B2. Rumpfwork  02:59
    B3. Kopfwork   09:30

    Recorded live on April 24/25, 1979 in Wilhelmsbad / Hessen, Germany.

    MISP 505 (vinyl rip)

    flac rip by Owombat march 2011

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    Some background on Abdelhaï Bennani you'll find here.

    Abdelhaï Bennani, tenor saxophone
    Alan Silva, orchestral synthesizer, piano
    Makoto Sato, drums

    1.  The Crawling Snake       50:54

    Recorded live on March 16, 2001,
    at American Center, Rennes, France.
    Recorded by Catherine Silva. Mastered by Benjamin Duboc.
    All music by Abdelhaï Bennani (SACEM) and Alan Silva (SACEM).
    Cover Photo, “Snow Worm”, by Jan Ström.
    Artist´s promotion demo 2015.

    JaZt  TAPES CD - 053

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    Michael Sell, trumpet, prepared trumpet
    Sören Fischer, trombone
    Theo Jörgensmann, clarinet, bassett horn
    Bernd Konrad, clarinet, contrabass clarinet, alto & bass saxophone
    Friedeman Graef, clarinet, soprano & bass saxophone
    Wollie Kaiser, bass clarinet, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Manfred Niehaus, viola
    Mathhhias Frey, piano, prepared piano
    Dieter Manderscheid, contrabass
    Frank Köllges, percussion

    A1. Der Heilig'n Landmusik     19:53
    B1. Der Heilig'n Landmusik (Fortsetzung)     10:32
    B2. Tentettvariations On     12:19

    Soloists on A + B1: Jörgensmann (cl), Kaiser (ts) and Konrad (cbcl).

    Recorded live February 11, 1984 at the Alte Oper Frankfurt / Main, Germany.

    MISP 509 (vinyl rip)

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    GARY CURSON - alto saxophone
    JIM DVORAK - trumpet and flutes
    NICK EVANS - trombone
    JIM LE BAIGUE - drums
    KEITH TIPPETT - piano

    1. 7:54
    2. 9:04
    3. 6:37
    4. 6:50
    5. 6:25
    6. 4:48
    7. 16:40

    Recorded at the Red Rose, London.  April 2001

    BBC radio b'cast

    Knock yourself out Milos!  Great gig.

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    At the start of the century, Henry Threadgill’s compositions have reached a very high level. Two bands were the vehicles for those great compositions: Zooid who was exploring the acoustic and sometimes chamber side of jazz; Make a Move who was more in the electric and « rokish » mood.
    This live show comes from the tour that Threadgill and crew did between the two albums the band made: « where’s your cup » and « everybodys mouth’s a book », the first one for columbia, the second for pi recordings. But the band on this set is the one who will record for pi recs except the drummer.

    Brandon Roos: acoustic & electric guitar
    Henry Threadgill: alto saxophone, flute & compositions
    J T Lewis: drums
    Stomu Takeishi: 5 strings fretless bass
    Bryan Carrott: vibraphone

    Live In Warsaw June 27, 1999

    I have identified 2 of the 6 tracks of the program, so if some of you can add the others tracks… They may comes from the columbia album that I don’t own.

    Records of Henry Threadgill available here:

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    Abdelhaï Bennani, tenor saxophone
    William Parker, double bass
    Alan Silva, piano, orchestral synthesizer

    1. Encounters #1, #2, #3  (48:48)

    Recorded live at The Sunside, Paris, Oct. 16th, 2000. First set.

    Artist promotion release 2013

    JaZt Tapes CD-037

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    side a: way it of the soul I
    side b: way it of the soul II

    Frode Gjerstad: tenor saxophone
    Bobby Bradford: cornet
    Johnny Dyani: double bass
    John Stevens: drums

    Recorded at Kite Studios, Cambridge, Wednesday 2nd July 1986

    Impetus Records imp 18611 lp rip

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    PAUL DUNMALL - soprano saxophone, bagpipes
    PAUL ROGERS - double bass

    1. One Noise AWay   25:17
    2. Alien Art   16:23
    3. Big Knows   19:37

    Recorded, mixed, mastered by Jonathan Scott
    16 February 2001, Victoria Rooms, Bristol

    There were a handful of the DUNS Limited Edition catalogue which didn't make it to Inconstant Sol with all the others back in 2014.   This is the first of them - others will follow.  Enjoy.

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    PAUL DUNMALL - soprano and tenor saxophone
    PHILIP GIBBS - guitars
    PAUL ROGERS - bass
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. Simple Skeletons  5:17
    2. Logers Rocked Out   35:25
    3. Salt Licks   17:14

    Recorded by Jonathan Scott at Victoria Rooms, Bristol. 7 May 2001

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    PAUL DUNMALL - C melody* and tenor saxophone
    TIM WELLS - bass
    DAVE ALEXANDER - drums

    1. What Rumours*   37:45
    2. These Rumours   40:09

    Track 1 recorded by Andy Isham at Rumours Club, London
    8th May 1992
    Track 2 recorded by Andy Isham at Rumours Club, London
    4th September 1992
    Transfer and mastering by Chris Trent

    NB This music is also included in The Complete Rumours Sessions

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    PAUL DUNMALL - soprano saxophone, bagpipes
    NEIL METCALFE - flute
    PHILIP GIBBS - guitars
    PAUL ROGERS - bass

    1. It's Abit Nocturnal   44:56
    2. Dragons and Yetties   11:49

    Recorded at Victoria Rooms, Bristol 31st March 2003
    Engineered, mixed, mastered by Jonathan Scott

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    PAUL DUNMALL - soprano saxophone, Northumbrian bagpipes
    NEIL METCALFE - flute
    PAUL ROGERS - 7 string A.L.L. bass
    PHILIP GIBBS - guitars

    1. Bunting for Hugs   9:54
    2. Egg, Chips and Beings   11:51
    3. I Think Therefore I Don't Know   12:00
    4. Coco the Clown   15:33
    5. Thripps   2:03

    Recorded at Victoria Roooms, Bistol.  18th May 2004
    Engineered, mixed, mastered by Jonathan Scott

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    PAUL DUNMALL - soprano saxophone
    PAUL ROGERS - A.L.L. bass
    PHILIP GIBBS - guitars
    TONY LEVIN - drums

    1. Thankyou Dorothy   39:36

    Recorded at Victoria Rooms, Bristol. 13th June 2005
    Recorded, mixed, mastered by Jonathan Scott.

    That's the lot.

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    Abdelhaï Bennani, tenor saxophone
    Alan Silva, double bass, orchestral synthesizer
    Edward Perraud, drums, percussion

    1. Going On / Coming Truth     41:04
    2. Funds                     08:03

    Recorde live at "Espace Kiron", Paris, on January 25, 2009.

    Artist´s promotion demo 2014.

    JaZt Tapes CD-046

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    Johnny Dyani, bass, stones
    Frode Gjerstad, tenor saxophone
    John Stevens, drums

    On side C + D only:
    Bobby Bradford, cornet
    Harry Beckett, trumpet (Tracks 1 + 4)
    Courtney Pine, tenor saxophone, flute, bass clarinet (Tracks 1 + 4)

    Sides 1/2
    1. Ness - part one 27:33
    2. Ness - part two 24:21

    Sides 3/4
    1. ED 15:39
    2. Post Rambling 08:59
    3. Preambling 06:06
    4. Harmo'nica 15:20

    LP 1:
    Recorded at the Hennie-Onstad Art Centre, Oslo on 2 March 1986.
    LP 2:
    Recorded at the Mannod Studio/Community Music, London on 1 July 1986.

    IMPETUS IMP 28509  (vinyl rip)

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    Piano Duo Part 1& 2

    Masahiko Sato: Piano Right Channel
    Yosuke Yamashita: Piano Left Channel

    Recorded live at Asahi Seimei Hall, Tokyo on  December 25, 1973

    Super Fuji Discs cd fjsp36
    Originally released in 1974 by Nippon Columbia lp YP-7033-N

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    It’s a logical meeting, the meeting between two masters of contemplation.

    01. Offhand
    02. Noteworthy
    03. Highstrung
    04. Mispoke
    05. Construct
    06. Symmetry
    07. Light
    08. Primitivo
    09. Osmosis
    10. Indolence
    11. Spirits
    12. Desolet
    13. Makeover
    14. Exposures
    15. Background
    16. Snaps

    Masahiko Togashi: Percussions
    Paul Bley: Piano 

    Recorded June 10 & 11, 1999 at "Minato-Mirai Hall", Yokohama, Japan

    Sme Records sacd SRGS 4526

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    Paul Dunmall  - tenor saxophone
    Tony Bianco - drums

    1. Bread and Wine  61:44

    Recorded at The Steam Rooms, Poplar, London.  28 March 2002
    by Jon Wilkinson
    Painting by Paul Dunmall

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  • 02/14/18--04:17: A painter named Marion Brown
  • One of the most subtle saxophonists of his generation, Marion Brown was also a painter, but that is less well known. There is almost no information on this subject or even representation of his paintings. Recently for a radio program devoted to jazz and visual art, I met the lucky owner of a painting by Marion Brown, here is the reproduction.

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