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    A1. ワルツフォーアケタ (Waltz For Aketa)
    A2. ラバーマン (Lover Man)

    B1. 外はいい天気
    B2. マイフーリッシュハート (My Foolish Heart)

    Shoji Aketagawa, piano
    Koichi Yamazaki, bass
    Kenichi Kamayama, drums


    Aketa's Disk ‎– AD-3

    LP Rip



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    A1. Bag's Groove
    A2. For Heaven's Sake
    A3. Smile
    A4. Midday Moon

    B1. In A Sentimental Mood
    B2. Bb Blues
    B3. Eyes Of Love


    Hiroshi Hatsuyama, vibes
    Atsushige Muraishi, guitar
    Haruo Ogoshi, bass
    Koji Kushima, drums

    Fumio Itabashi, piano (B3)
    Kazuhide Motooka, piano (A2, A3)
    Toru Tsuzuki, piano (A4)

    Recorded on 7 June 1977 at Aketa-No-Mise

    Aketa's Disk - AD-4

    LP Rip

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    A1. Theme For Yoshida
    A2. Moriyama Blues

    B1. Bachnise Aketa
    B2. Tsunohiro Sentimental Take I
    B3. Tsunohiro Sentimental Take II


    Masuko Nakamura, vocals (A1-2)
    Kazutoki Umezu, alto saxophone (B3)
    Shoji Aketagawa, piano
    Saito Makoto, bass
    Miyasaka Takashi, drums


    Recorded live in February (A) and September (B) 1977

    Aketa's Disk - AD-5

    Vinyl Rip



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    This lp has been provided some years ago by Solomon in the contribution section. A very beautiful record in my opinion, more inside than outside but with nice compositions.
    A1. Over And Over Again
    A2. Conglomeration
    A3. Vico
    A4. Celona
    B1. P’Tunia
    B2. Simseop
    B3. The Looser
    B4. Celona II
    B5. Remote Control

    Martin van Duynhoven: Drums
    Victor Kaihatu: electric bass
    Nedly Elstak: piano, trumpet

    Recorded at Coreco-Studios Amsterdam - Holland Febr. 24, 1978
    Coreco lp 02 vinyl rip


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    Kovarik's Musikothek, R.A.U. 1011
    1982 , Vinyl

    A1 - Pannonian Flower
    Fritz Novotny - composer, soprano sax
    Paul Fields - soprano sax, synthesizer
    Walter M. Malli - drums
    17:15

    A2 - Wagram
    Walter M. Malli - composer, soprano sax
    Fritz Novotny - percussion, clarinet
    Paul Fields - soprano sax
    4:34

    B1 - Cold Dog
    Paul Fields - composer, violin
    Walter M. Malli - drums
    Fritz Novotny - flute, clarinet
    9:49

    B2 - Eastern Peace
    Fritz Novotny- composer, soprano sax, bombarde
    Paul Fields - composer, piano 
    Walter M. Malli - composer, drums
    10:05

    Recorded March 13, 1982 at Jazzpodium Thurnthal.

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  • 09/16/18--02:33: AL NEIL - PORTRAIT


  • A friend send me the following link to a documentary (1979) about Al Neil - recommended viewing.

    http://vancouverartinthesixties.com/archive/763



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    Our contributor mvns means: "...a real nice free jazz shredder". And I can't agree more.




    Naohiro Kawashita, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Daisuke Fuwa, bass
    Shiro Ohnuma, drums


    A1.  P-Man, Nasu Itame (Daisuke Fuwa) 9:58
    A2.  Denki No Teki (Naohiro Kawashita) 9:43
    A3.  Mile And Half (Naohiro Kawashita) 7:07
    B1.  Umi (Naohiro Kawashita) 22:47



    Live recorded October 25, 1987 at "In The Zazzy".


    Taruho Farm 1002 (vinyl rip)


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    I grew up in an apartment building in East New York, Brooklyn.
    I remember my father coming home after a long day of manual labor, putting records on the turntable, and creating enchantment. I remember capturing a piece of a remembered song that we danced to, and singing it in the reverberant hallways. I was fascinated by how the sound transformed as I moved through different locations in the building and out onto the street, recycling narratives while collecting sonic and visual images along the way.
    My work today, conjuring locations, landscapes, personas, finding language, streaming consciousness, forming stories—is an extension of these childhood investigations, which I channel through my compositions, improvised vocal performances, staged multimedia and site-specific pieces, narrative radio plays, and sound installations. The work reverberates in real and imagined places inside and outside of the body which is my recorder, and the storage house of memory.
    (Shelley Hirsch)




    Shelley Hirsch, voice, live electronics, Mercurius Wagon Instrument(A5)
    David Simons, percussion, drums, prepared guitar, jew's harp, chinese zither (A2, B2, B3, B5)
    Samm Bennett, drums, electronic drums, percussion (A4, B4, B6)



    A1. HmmmHaaayHaaa     3:25
    A2. Utanussa (For Uta)     4:20
    A3. Caspian Diva     3:31
    A4. Hand Ball     3:49
    A5. In The Mercurius Wagon 6:10
    B1. Rosenberg Sisters     2:04
    B2. Crackerbrain     2:59
    B3. Conference Call     2:58
    B4. Oh Death! (Traditional)     4:04
    B5. Occidental Dreams Of A Geisha     2:33
    B6. Why Do You Go There?     3:21


    A1, A3, B1, B2, B3, B5 recorded during an Artist-in-Residence grant at Studio P.A.S.S. in New York, early 1985.
    A2 recorded live in concert at the Kunstverein in Stuttgart, West-Germany, December 1985.
    A4, B6 recorded at The Institute for Audio Research, New York, July 1986.
    A5 recorded at the Kammer Theatre in Stuttgart, October 1987 (Mercurius Wagon built by Horst Rickels, Holland).
    B4 recorded live in concert at Het Apollohuis, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, January 1987.
    Additional re-recording at Such A Sound Studio, Brooklyn, New York.


    Apollo Records AR 118706 (Netherlands, 1987)
    (vinyl rip)



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    While I was checking the discography of Phalanx in preparation of this post I was surprised to learn that obviously this concert have been partially published by James « Blood » Ulmer himself on his own label: American Revelation Music Inc. The only reference about this can be found on discogs:

    But there is no copy for sale on discogs and I searched on the others most famous places where music can be bought and this cd doesn’t even appears. To have searched years ago some references of American Revelation Music, I know that this label have no distribution except by James « Blod » himself, also everything he publish is in a very limited numbers. So if this cd have existed it might be gone for good and very hard to find now. This is the first reason why I have decided to do this post, the second reason is the fact that on the cd, only a part of the concert have been published and the order of the tracks has been changed, here we have the full concert with the correct track order.
     01. Rough
    02. Black Rock
    03. House People
    04. Recess
    05. Where Did All The Girls go?
    06. A Night Out
    07. More Blood
    08. Upside Down
    09. I Belong In The USA
    10. Nothing To Say
    11. Pass Time
    12. Love And Two Faces
    13. Drum Solo
    14. Church
    15. Funky Lover

    -James « Blood » Ulmer: guitar & vocals
    -George Adams: tenor sax & vocals
    -Amin Ali: electric bass
    -Grant Calvin Weston: drums
    Recorded live for radio Bremen on February 26, 1986 
    This is the first version of Phalanx, the second one who recorded for DIW have seen Amin Ali replaced by Sirone and G. Calvin Weston by Rashied Ali.


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    Here's what mvns about this LP: "Arranged and composed by Keitaro Miho (he didn't perform in this album), this is a spiritual adventure to a world where traditional Japanese music clashes and melts with contemporary jazz improvisations. The result is a monster of an album, with soaring vocals, searing saxophone and shakuhachi solos, mad electric piano action, uplifting koto strummings, as well as grooves so hard it feels you got punched in the gut."
      [There is a CD version (out-of-print) which is a disaster, sound quality-wise - crude needle-drop. There's also a vinyl reissue but it's out-of-print as well]




    Takeru Muraoka, soprano & tenor saxophone, indian flute
    Takehisa Suzuki, trumpet
    Minoru Muraoka, shakuhachi
    Suma No Arashi (Hideakira Sakurai, Kazuo Kojima, Nozomu Nakatani), koto
    Ryo Kawasaki, electric guitar
    Masahiko Satoh, electric piano, harpsichord
    Yasuo Arakawa, electric bass
    Kikutada Katada, tsuzumi (japanese hour-glass shaped drum)
    Akira Ishikawa, drums
    Takeshi Inomata, drums


    A1. Mizaru   6:33
    A2. Kikazaru 4:38
    A3. Iwazaru  6:59
    B1. Kine     7:16
    B2. Nomen    7:39


    MCA Records JMC-5026 (promo LP, 1971)

    (vinyl rip)


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    A1. Impressions

    B1. I Love You
    B2. Imba


    Koichi Matsukaze, alto saxophone
    Koichi Yamazaki, bass
    Takashi Miyasaka, drums
    Shoji Aketagawa, piano

    Aketa's Disk ‎– AD-6

    LP Rip



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    A firend of mine recorded this - well - years ago. It was stashed away somewhere in the cellar - and several months ago he decided to get rid of all those cassette tapes.
    I gladly offered my helping hand.


    Conrad Bauer, trombone
    Shelley Hirsch, voice
    Jon Rose, violin(s)

    1. Part I  (25:00)
    2. applause (0:15)
    3. Part II (13:24)
    4. applause (0:39)
    5. Encore (4:08)
    6. applause (0:34)
    7. applause-encore_applause_audience_encore [or what?] (3:47)
    8. audience-end-music & end-applause (0:35)


    Recorded on July 15, 1989 at Jazzgalerie Nickelsdorf, Austria at Konfrontationen '89.



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    James Newton, flute
    Marty Ehrlich, alto & tenor saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet
    Cindy Iverson, bassoon
    Shem Guibbory, violin
    Abdul Wadud, cello
    Anthony Davis, piano

    1. Under the Double Moon: Wayang No. IV (A. Davis)     42:58
    2. Whose Life? (A. Davis)     10:00
    3. Still Waters No. IV (A. Davis)     33:25
    4. A Walk Through the Shadow (A. Davis)     15:11


    NDR Jazz Workshop No. 180; produced by Michael Naura.


    Recorded on May 19, 1983 at Studio 10, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Funkhauses, Hamburg.


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    Gunter Hampel, vibraphone, flute, bass clarinet
    Nedley Elstak, trumpet
    Loek Dikker, piano
    Victor Kaihatu, double bass
    Pierre Courbois, drums


    1. Ericolphy (Gunter Hampel) 10:07
    2. N.S. (Nedley Elstak) 7:42
    3. Infinite You (Walt Dickerson) 4:51
    4. No One Around (Nedley Elstak) 4:36
    5. Solitude (Gunter Hampel) 8:14
    6. Consolation (Gunter Hampel) 8:19
    7. Esotheric (Gunter Hampel) 6:38
    8. Without Me (Gunter Hampel) 3:46 (fades out)


    Recorded on April 2, 1966 at Radio Bremen Sendesaal, Bremen, Germany.

    Announcements by Gunter Hampel.


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    While preparing this post I got confused a bit. Got this with a text file which states 11 items but my version has 12. The point of consideration are tracks 5 and 6. The list coming with the CD-r I've got years ago says there's only tr. 5 ( EP-HD-JL). But the folder contained also tr. 6 (EP-JL).
    Maybe the performance of the trio was split into two separate tracks? And I cannot hear Hugh Davies on track 6. So it seems the way it is offered here might be accurate enough. Maybe someone can shed some light on this...Andy?

    I left the short announcements which are obviously truncated - but better some meagre crumps of hopefully reliable information than none at all.
    Interestingly this recording is not mentioned in Ben Watson's book on Derek Bailey, although it has a particular chapter on Company concerts and recordings.
    There is an official Company recording from the I.C.A., London, 24-28 May 1983, which is also the only Company never reissued.


    But the music is great and IMO that's what is important.


    Jon Corbett, trumpet
    Vinko Globokar, trombone, vocals
    Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Hugh Davies, electronics
    J.D. Parran, piccolo flute, alto clarinet
    Peter Brötzmann, tenor & baritone saxophone, clarinet, tarogato
    Derek Bailey, guitar
    Ernst Reijseger, cello
    Joelle Léandre, double bass, vocals
    Jamie Muir, percussion


    01. EP-HD-JM 7:05
    02. DB-JL 4:24
    03. Announcement Speaker 0:46
    04. DB-JM 6:41
    05. EP-HD-JL 4:03
    06. EP-JL 2:23
    07. Announcement Speaker 0:11
    08. JP-PB-JC-VG 6:11
    09. Announcement Speaker 0:05
    10. DB-ER 6:04
    11. DB-JM-JP-PB-JC-VG-ER 11:52
    12. Announcement Speaker 0:06

    Recorded at the BBC Studios, London on May 23, 1983.


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    Have the LP since several years. Plus I got a rip from a friend years before I found the vinyl.
    The sound of the rip seemed to be really OK. But it had a lot of nasty scratches which caused many clicks and some pops. Tried to remove as many as possible. (cover from the www)

    Especially great to my recent listening experience is the bass of PK - but it is all along a classic.
     All four musicians still young and at the beginning of their considerable musical achievements.




    Pierre Favre, drums
    Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Irène Schweizer, piano
    Peter Kowald, double bass


    A.  What Happened To The Old Cop Sets, Clancy?     19:18
    B1. Lovers     3:35
    B2. Dedication (For John C.)     15:56


    Recorded: November 1969, Tonstudio Max Lussi, Basel.

    WERGO WER 80004

    (vinyl rip)


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    Magical concert with a superbe sound, here is a link to a review
    Sometimes Harrison Smith’s style remains me of Larry Stabbins, particularly on the first and second track.
    -Marilyn Crispell : piano 
    -Harrison Smith : tenor & soprano sax, bass clarinet
    -Eddie Prevost : drums

    -track 1, track 2, track 3, track 4


    Recorded at Café Oto on November 7, 2012

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    Jim Dvorak, trumpet, pocket trumpet, whistles, voice, percussion
    Marcio Mattos, bass, cello
    Ken Hyder, drums, percussion, khoomei & kargirah vocals


    1. No Harm Done     12:07
    2. Big Heart     4:30
    3. The Ultimate Gift     5:02
    4. On The Mend     12:48
    5. Inside Out     9:15
    6. The Gathering     7:29
    7. Practice Makes Perfect     2:03



    Recorded at The Premises, October 27th & November 3rd 1994.


    Impetus IMP CD 19425 (1995)


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    Here is festival recording of American pianist with nice cast of British-based wind players in full Thelonious Monk programme. During the broadcast, radio jingle is inserted in the beginning of few compositions, but due to gentle way it is done I do not find it disturbing. FM recording originates from DIME, I do not know original seeder.

    JASON MORAN OCTET - Cité de la Musique, Paris 2012-03-02 FM

    Remembering Thelonious Monk Orchestra in Town Hall, 1959.

    Jason Moran - piano
    Tarus Mateen - bass
    Nasheet Waits - drums
    Byron Wallen - trumpet
    Jason Yarde - alto saxophone
    Denys Baptiste - tenor saxophone
    Fayez Virjii - trombone
    Andy Grappy - tuba

    01- Thelonious (part I)  3:02
    02- Thelonious (part II)  4:01
    03- Friday the 13th  15:05
    04- Monk's Mood  10:48
    05- UT  10:09
    06- Thelonious Monk interview  0:53
    07- Little Rootie Tootie  11:06
    08- UT - Impro on Thelonious  5:38
    09- Crepuscule with Nellie  7:46
    09- Outro  1:53

    TT 70:26

    Source : TSF Jazzlive / Marantz MF Tuner / RH-09R / Audacity / Xact


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    Pierre Favre, drums
    Evan Parker, tenor saxophone
    Irène Schweizer, piano
    Peter Kowald, double bass


    1. Pori Jazz Festival - Improvisation  31:46


    Recorded at the Pori Jazz Festival in Pori, Yhteislyseo, Finnland, on 18.07.1969.


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