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- 10/02/18--18:50: _BOY EDGAR - FINCH E...
- 10/03/18--03:21: _TONY OXLEY "ICHNOS...
- 10/05/18--02:31: _GUNTER HAMPEL QUINT...
- 10/05/18--10:19: _BAIKIDA E.J. CARROL...
- 10/06/18--11:58: _JACQUES THOLLOT - W...
- 10/07/18--10:59: _FRANÇOIS JEANNEAU -...
- 10/07/18--22:28: _STEVE LACY - SOLO A...
- 10/09/18--09:11: _Wide Fields - To Fe...
- 10/11/18--05:51: _DEWEY REDMAN "LOOK...
- 10/13/18--03:49: _RARE COMPOSITIONS I...
- 10/13/18--13:44: _CHRISTIAN VANDER / ...
- 10/15/18--05:33: _The Ed Summerlin, B...
- 10/17/18--01:53: _UPCOMING + RECENT R...
- 10/18/18--05:01: _UPCOMING + RECENT R...
- 10/20/18--10:08: _CHRISTIAN VANDER - ...
- 10/23/18--11:25: _PETER BRÖTZMANN QUA...
- 10/24/18--13:27: _DFTh + HB-W "...BEY...
- 10/25/18--06:47: _DFTh + HB-W, Heinz-...
- 10/26/18--02:52: _Harry Beckett - War...
- 10/29/18--18:33: _YOSUKE YAMASHITA TR...
- 10/02/18--18:50: BOY EDGAR - FINCH EYE + NOW'S THE TIME + CRASH (ARTONE, 1965-6)
- 10/03/18--03:21: TONY OXLEY "ICHNOS" (RCA, 1971)
- 10/05/18--02:31: GUNTER HAMPEL QUINTETT "COMPLAIN-LA-TOUR, 1966"
- 10/05/18--10:19: BAIKIDA E.J. CARROLL – ORANGE FISH TEARS (PALM, 1974)
- 10/06/18--11:58: JACQUES THOLLOT - WATCH DEVIL GO (PALM, 1975)
- 10/07/18--10:59: FRANÇOIS JEANNEAU - UNE BIEN CURIEUSE PLANÈTE (PALM, 1975)
- 10/07/18--22:28: STEVE LACY - SOLO AT SPACE WHO (EGG FARM, 1986)
- 10/11/18--05:51: DEWEY REDMAN "LOOK FOR THE BLACK STAR" (FONTANA, 1966)
- 10/13/18--03:49: RARE COMPOSITIONS I (1960 - 1994)
- 10/13/18--13:44: CHRISTIAN VANDER / FRANK RAHOLISON - FIESTA IN DRUMS (PALM, 1973)
- 10/15/18--05:33: The Ed Summerlin, Bob Norden Qt - Still Eat It - Ictus Records 1994
- 10/17/18--01:53: UPCOMING + RECENT RELEASES XII
- 10/18/18--05:01: UPCOMING + RECENT RELEASES XIII
- 10/20/18--10:08: CHRISTIAN VANDER - ET LES 3 JEF (PALM, 1973)
- 10/23/18--11:25: PETER BRÖTZMANN QUARTET "BERLIN PHILHARMONIE, 1973"
- 10/24/18--13:27: DFTh + HB-W "...BEYOND THE BLUE" (MUSIKVERLAG BURGER & MÜLLER, 1987)
- 10/25/18--06:47: DFTh + HB-W, Heinz-Erich Gödecke - Infrarot - Chef Records 1991
- 10/26/18--02:52: Harry Beckett - Warm Smiles & Themes For Fega - Vocalion 2006
Tony Oxley, percussion, amplified percussion
Paul Rutherford, trombone (A1, B1 to B3)
Evan Parker, tenor saxophone (A1, B1, B2), soprano saxophone (B1 to B3)
Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, flugelhorn (A1, B3)
Derek Bailey, guitar (A1, B1 to B3)
Barry Guy, bass (A1, B3)
A1. Crossing (Sextet) 8:45
A2. Oryane (Percussion Solo) 10:48
B1. Eiroc (Quartet) 2:25
B2. Santrel (Quartet) 4:53
B3. Cadilla (Sextet) 11:59
RCA Victor SF8215 (1971)
Gunter Hampel, vibraphone
Manfred Schoof, cornet, flugelhorn
Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano
Buschi Niebergall, double bass
Pierre Courbois, drums
1. unknown title 6:28
2. unknown title 7:21
3. The Sea (?) (Béla Bartók) 5:56
4. Topi 10:43
Recorded at Parc Biron in Comblain-La-Tour, Belgium on August 7, 1966.
A1. Orange Fish Tears
A2. Forest Scorpion
B1. Rue Roger
B2. Porte D'Orléans
Nana Vasconcelos, cuica, tabla, timbales, bells, percussion
Manuel Villaroel, piano, electric piano, percussion
Oliver Lake, alto, soprano and tenor saxophone, flute, bamboo flute, tumbali, gong, percussion
Baikida Carroll, trumpet, flugelhorn, cowbell, seal horn, log drum, small percussions
Recorded at Studio Palm, Paris, 3-5 June 1974
Palm – PALM 13
A3. Watch Devil Go
A4. In Extenso
A5. Go Mind
A6. Trypyique Pour La Foire Des Ténèbres de Ray Bradbury
(a) Et Les Années De Ta Vie Seront Multipliées
(b) Comme Un Fou Lié Pour Le Chatiment Jusqu'A Ce Qu'Une Flêche Lui Perce Le Foie
(c) Comme Un Oiseau Se Précipite Vers La Mer Sans Se Douter Qu'Il Y A Pour Lui De Sa Vie
B1. Le Ciel Manque De Généalogie
B2. Kamikaze's Nightmare
B3. Entre Java Et Lombok
B4. Eddy G. Always Present
B5. Before In
B7. La Dynastie Des Wittelsbach
B8. 1883-1945, Heavens
B9. Au Stylo Feutre, Un Paysage
François Jeanneau, tenor saxophone, flute, synthesizer
Jean-Francis Jenny-Clark, bass, voice
Jacques Thollot, drums, piano, synthesizer
Charline Scott, vocal (A3)
String Quartet (B3)
Recorded between December 1974 and January 1975
Palm - PALM 17
A1. Triton I
A3. Theme For An Unknown Island
A4. Febrile Et Solitaire
A5. Une Bien Curieuse Planète
B1. Mr. J.C. For Ever
B2. Nostalgique Futur
B3. Droit D'Asile
B4. A L'Ombre Des Forces Obscures - Triton II
François Jeanneau, soprano and tenor saxophone, C-flute, grounded-billed flute, synthesizers, electric & acoustic pianos, percussion
Michel Grailler, electric & acoustic piano, synthesizers, percussion
J.F Jenny-Clarke, bass, percussion
Bernard Lubat, drums, percussion
Denis Duhaze, narrator (A4)
Recorded 16th & 17th September, 1975 at Studio PALM, Paris
Palm - PALM 22
A1.Pannonica + Humph
Steve Lacy, soprano saxophone
Recorded live at Space Who, Saitama, Japan, on 22 May 1986
Limited edition release of 99 copies
Egg Farm - EF-001
the usuals suspects with a different name, the band just a little enlarged
much "lighter" than others RAU albums, even some funky moments
much enjoyable to me
somebody can explain the cover?
Granit 94004 A CD
Paul Fields - keyboard, violin
Hannes Groysbeck - el. bass, groysophon
Sepp Mitterbauer - trumpet
Fritz Novotny-clarinet, flute, handbells, soprano sax
Franz Scharf - el. guitar
Linda Sharrock - voice
Stefan Slupetzky - tenor sax
Robert Steiner - drums
1 - Pannonian Impressions 1+2 .
2 - Rock In
3 - The Woodpecker And The Goose
4 - To Federico Fellini
5 - Wide Fields
6 - Energy 1+2
recorded between april 1984 andjuly 1985 in Vienna, University - HTU; Harmannsdorf, Soundfield Studio; Jazz Summit Hollabrunn
composed by Fritz Novotny and Paul Fields
Dewey Redman, tenor saxophone
Jym Young, piano
Donal Garrett, bass, clarinet(only tr.4)
Eddie Moore, drums
1. Look For The Black Star 15:41
2. For Eldon 6:29
3. Spur Of The Moment 1:54
4. Seven And One 13:22
5. Of Love 7:58
Recorded in San Francisco on January 4, 1966.
FONTANA 888 311 ZY (Netherlands, 1966)
This rip from Freedom TKCB-70321 (CD - Japan, 1994)
With this post I've assembled some rarer compositions by mostly quite famous 20th century composers'.
With 'rare' I mean pieces not readily available and OOP - culled from CD compilations - in this case from two recordings.
The title by Grisey is taken from a CD dedicated to the conductor Sylvain Campreling which I've bought only because of my excitement upon discovering this to my unknown (and recorded) piece by him.
All other music was originally released on a five CD box-set which celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the 'Holland Festival'.
Vivier's composition "Glaubst du an die Unsterblichkeit der Seele" (Do you believe in the immortality of the soul?) was his last composition, though not completed as he was murdered before he could finish it.
His killer was a male prostitute Vivier had met in a bar earlier that evening. On the worktable was the manuscript of Vivier's final, uncompleted work, "Crois-tu en l‘immortalité de l‘âme?", a dramatised monologue in which Vivier describes a journey on the metro during which he becomes attracted to a young man. The music breaks off abruptly following the line: "Then he removed a dagger from his jacket and stabbed me through the heart." (On a personal note I would like to add that I didn't know this backgroud mentioned above upon first hearing. The impact of this composition wasn't dimished through my ignorance.)
"Sara Dolce Tacere" by Nono was - to my knowledge - released for the first time on a Wergo 7" sometime during the 1960s.
Xenakis'"Anemoessa" has been recorded and released - a.f.a.i.k. - only once on a commercial recording.
At least "Calmo" and "Composition No.3" have been and still are available in various interpretations.
1. Luigi Nono - Sara Dolce Tacere (1960) 7:20
John Alldis Choir conducted by John Alldis
2. Luciano Berio - Calmo ('A Bruno, In Memoriam') (1973) 4:14
Cathy Berberian, soprano
Luciano Berio, conductor
Members of The Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
3. Galina Ustvolskaya - Composition No.3 "Benedictus Qui Venit" For Four Flutes, Four Bassons And Piano (1975) 6:50
Heinz Friesen, conductor
Amsterdam Wind Orchestra
4. Iannis Xenakis - Anemoessa (1979) 13:06
Ricardo Dufallo, conductor
Groot Omroepkoor (The Netherlands Radio Choir)
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
5. Claude Vivier - Glaubst Du An Die Unsterblichkeit Der Seele (1983) 8:25
Irene Maessen, Susan Narucki, Tannie Willemstijn, soprano
Nine Van Strien, Yvonne Benschop, mezzo-soprano
Bruce Sellars, Marcel Beekman, Peter Hall, tenor
Helena Rasker, contra-alto
David Barick, James Ottaway, baritone
Harry Van Der Kamp, bass
Johan Leijsen, speaking voice
Reinbert De Leeuw, conductor
Asko Ensemble & Schönberg Ensemble
6. Gérard Grisey - L'icône paradoxale (Hommage à Piero della Francesca), for 2 female voices and 2 orchestral groups (1992–94) 24:41
Catherine Dubosc, soprano
Lani Poulson, mezzo-soprano
Sylvain Cambreling, conductor
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden Und Freiburg
Track 1: Waalse Kerk Amsterdam, 06/06/1979
Track 2: De Doelen Rotterdam, 28/06/1974
Track 3: Paradiso Amsterdam, 17/06/1989
Track 4: Concertgebouw Amsterdam, 16/06/1979
Track 5: Beurs van Berlage, 03/06/1995
Track 6: 30.11.-2.12.1999 Konzerthaus Freiburg, SWR
A1. Fiesta In Drums
A2. Suite Exotique
B. Suite Malgache
Christian Vander, drums
Frank Raholison, drums
Recorded in June 1973 at Studio Palm, Paris
Palm - PALM 3
Then we have five new CDs on Corbett vs Dempsey - available since yesterday.
Two of them I've added here.
Milford Graves 'Bäbi' does, apart from the reissued LP, include: "...the same trio at its inception, in home recordings made seven years earlier in 1969".
Plus the first of a scheduled series of ICP releases beginning with 'Groupcomposing': "...Mengelberg and Bennink ... joined by Bennink's brother, Peter Bennink, on alto saxophone and bagpipes (!), with an incredible reed section of Evan Parker and Peter Brötzmann, Paul Rutherford on trombone, and Derek Bailey on guitar".
More info - also about three CDs by Joe McPhee, two new ones and a re-edition, you'll find here.
Another reissue by Be! Jazz - limited edition of 200 copies including the 140 pages book.
I'll add the release date later.
More info about line-up etc. you'll find here.
A1. Colchique Dans Les Prés
A3. Trombá - Part 1
B. Trombá - Part 2
Christian Vander, drums
Jeff Seffer, tenor saxophone
Jef Catoire, bass
Jef Gilson, piano
Tracks A1-2 recorded in June 1969, in Paris
Tracks A3, B1 recorded in June 1973
Palm - PALM 6
Peter Brötzmann, tenor & bass saxophone, clarinet
Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano
Peter Kowald, double bass
Paul Lovens, drums, percussion
1. Introduction (Achim Hebgen) 0:13
2. Butaki Sisters (P. Lovens)
3. Wenn wir Kehlkopfspieler uns unterhalten (P. Kowald)
4. Moonbeef (A. von Schlippenbach)
5. Tribute to Ben (P. Brötzmann) 31:58
6. Announcement (Achim Hebgen) 0:16
Recorded November 1, 1973 at the Berliner Jazztage, Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany.
Helmut Dinkel, soprano & tenor saxophone
Helmut Bieler-Wendt, violin, piano
Johannes Frisch, double bass, electric bass
Rudi Theilmann, drums
A1. Old Mc. N° 4 18:20
A2. Silent Cat 8:35
B. One Song Long (in mem. Suzi Wong) 20:45
Recorded live on Oct. 8, 1987 at the Jazzclub Karsruhe.
Musikverlag H. Burger & M. Müller KM 010
Here is the reissue of those two classics records by Harry Beckett, That have been published by the British label Vocalion in 2006 but for a reason unknown to me, it have been totally deleted by the label and seems no more available. The reference even doesn’t appears no more on the Vocalion website.
Yosuke Yamashita Trio
Yosuke Yamashita, piano
Takeo Moriyama, drums
Seichi Nakamura, soprano and tenor saxophone
Itaru Oki Trio
1B1. Flying Into The Space
1B2. Conversation With Water
Itaru Oki, trumpet
Keiki Midorikawa, bass
Hozumi Tanaka, drums
Yuji Ono Trio
2A1. Autumn Leaves
2A2. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
2A3. Get Out Of Town
2A4. Kenny's Moods
Yuji Ono, piano
Takashi Mizuhashi, bass
Kazuyoshi Okayama, drums
Kasai Kimiko, vocals (2A2-3)
Yuji Ono Trio, Itaru Oki Trio, Kimiko Kasai
2B1. Black Shadow Woman
2B2. Theme Of The Unknown People
Victor World Group - SMJX-10101~2