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     Here we are again with a pointer to some unexpexted, long awaited or simply exciting releases.

    First we have seven new CDs/LPs on the Lithuanian label 'No Business Records'.

    Wadada Leo Smith with Sabu Toyozumi on 'Burning Meditation' (recorded in 1994) and Marion Brown together with Dave Burrell on 'Live at the Black Musicians' Conference, 1981'.
    Both available on CD.




     Then this recording from 2015 with Simon Nabatov | Barry Guy | Gerry Hemingway - 'Luminous' (CD)

    But that's not all on No Business for November.
    - Howard Riley - Live in the USA (from 1976 on CD)
    - Bobby Bradford | Hafez Modirzadeh | Vijay Anderson | Roberto Miguel Miranda - Live at the Blue Whale (recorded last year - LP)
    - JONES JONES - Larry Ochs / Mark Dresser / Vladimir Tarasov - A Jones In Time Saves Nine (LP - captured in 2016)
    - Martin Küchen | Rafal Mazur - Baza (rec.2017 - LP)




     Yesterday I was quite surprised when I discovered two reissues on vinyl from a seminal FMP compilation and an LP where the music and the accompanying text is a wonderful big lie.
    Responsible for outings is the label Song Cycle Records.

    For 'Snapshot' the line-up does not read mouth-watering only but the music is actually very good and occasionally spectacular.

    2LP - Gatefold - FMP 1980

    In August 1979, East German musicians were invited to perform a three-day festival in West Berlin. Billed as “Jazz Now,” this landmark meeting was recorded and initially released by Free Music Production. From stunning duos to challenging small-group performances, from large rave-ups to Mingus nods, Snap- shot” provides much more than that name suggests. It’s as complete a portrait of jazz in the GDR as you’re ever likely to find, and a moment in time that continues to reverberate — via these sounds — today

    SIDE A
    Berliner Improvisations Quartett
    Sieben Viertel 9:11

    Gumpert-Sommer-Duo
    Nachschlag – aufgewärmt 5:21
    Jazz now – und später 5:48

    SIDE B
    Friedhelm Schönfeld Trio
    Manchmal scheint’s als ob 9:31

    Ulrich Gumpert Workshop Band
    For C.M. 11:24
    (Including: Oh Lord Please Don’t Let Drop that Atomic Bomb on Me/Mingus)

    SIDE C
    Studio IV
    Wikope 10’42”

    Gumpert-Sommer + Manfred Hering
    Anophelismücke 10:23

    SIDE D
    Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Quartett
    Talar 6:36
    Enfant 3:50

    Hans Rempel Orchester
    Nummer 3 (Auschnitt/A part of the piece) 13:31
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     And not at least we have Michael Snow's piece of vinyl from 1987 which contains an extraordinary collection of tracks “of rare music derived from threatened, obsolete, or now-extinct cultures from around the world” plus a text to put the recording into context.
    But as mentioned above - all of this is made up of recordings (and 'anthropological insights') by Snow himself.  Great collection of aboriginal music from - well - Canada.



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    Marzette Watts, tenor saxophone
    Georg Turner, cornet
    Marty Cook, trombone
    Frank Kipers, violin
    Bobby Few, piano
    Cevera Jeffries Jr., bass
    Juini Booth, bass
    Steve Tintweiss, bass
    J.C. Moses, drums
    Tom Berge, drums
    Amy Sheffer, voice
    Patty Waters, voice
    Bill Dixon, producer, piano on A2


    A1. octobersong (Dixon) 6:58
    A2. Play It Straight (Coleman) 3:46
    A3. F.L.O.A.R.S.S. ((Watts) 4:57
    B1. Medley (Watts) 9:02
    B2. Lonely Woman (Coleman) 5:49
    B3. Joudpoo (Watts) 4:04

    Recorded 1968 in New York. A1, B1, B2: Recorded by Stereo Sound Studios, N. Y. C.

    Savoy Records MG-12193 (1969)
    (vinyl rip)


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    Ned Rothenberg, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, ocarina
    Paul Lovens, drums (right)
    Peter Hollinger, drums (left)


    1. unknown title 26:01
    2. unknown title 07:21
    3. unknown title 05:03
    4. unknown title 05:04


    Recorded at Nickelsdorf Konfrontationen, Jazzgalerie on July 21, 1991.


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    A1. Duw
    A2. Sbrodj
    A3. Taag
    A4. Indiaan 2

    B1. Indiaan 1
    B2. PF
    B3. Moos
    B4. Plint

    Michael Moore, alto saxophone, bass clarinet
    Raoul van der Weide, bass
    Wim Janssen, drums
    Maud Sauer, oboe, shanai
    Guus Janssen, piano
    Ab Baars, soprano, tenor saxophone, clarinet
    Paul Termos, alto saxophone
    Annemarie Roelofs, trombone
    Maurice Horsthuis, viola
    Ernst Reyseger, violincello

    Recorded at Amsterdam Bimhuis, August 3, 1986 (Duw, Sbrodj, Moos, Plint), Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum, August 9, 1986 (Taag) and August 10, 1986 (Indiaan 2) and Utrecht Vredenburg, December 9, 1986 (Indiaan 2, PF)


    Claxon ‎– 87.18

    LP Rip

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    A rather short one....


    Radio Jazz Group Stuttgart:
    Ack van Rooyen, trumpet,flugelhorn
    Joki Freund, tenor saxophone
    Wolfgang Dauner, piano
    Fred Braceful, drums

    Peter Brötzmann - Alexander von Schlippenbach - Quartet:
    Peter Brötzmann, tenor saxophone
    Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano
    Peter Kowald, bass
    Paul Lovens, drums


    1. Announcement (Dieter Zimmerle) 0:41
    2. Bollocks (AvS) 10:31
    3. Announcement (Dieter Zimmerle)  0:24

    Recorded at SDR-Studio, Villa Berg, Stuttgart, Germany on March 8, 1973.


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    01. Chitinous
    Mandible
    De Blonck
    Mushroom Dance
    Was-Eye?
    02. Aldebaranian
    03. Dance
    04. Rønkproat’tn
    8 Fish-Eyes
    Rockrott
    Loopild
    Stoned


    -Dave Richmon, Don Honeywell:  baritone saxophone
    -Brian Odgers: bass guitar
    -Ray Premru: bass trombone
    -Bob Efford: bassoon, bass clarinet
    -Alan Dalziel, Ben Kennard, Claire Deniz, Clive Anstee, Francis Gabarra, Freddy Alexander, Paul Buckmaster, Vivian Joseph: cello
    -Chris Laurence, Denis Bowden, Ron Mathewson, Tim Bell: double bass
    -Barry Morgan, John Marshall: drums
    -Paul Buckmaster, Peter Robinson: electric piano
    -Louis Stuart: guitar
    -Barry Morgan, Chris Karan, Denis Lopez, Raoul Mayora: percussions
    -Diana Lewis: piano
    -Brian Smith: soprano saxophone
    -Bobby Lamb: trombone
    -Cliff Haines, John Donerly: trumpet
    -Ian Carr: trumpet flugelhorn
    -Martin Fry: tuba
    -Alex Taylor, Chris Wellington, John Graham, Ken Essex, Steve Shingles: viola
    -Billy Miller, David Katz, George French, Harold Parfitt, Henry Datner, Jack Rothstein, Geoff Wakefield, Laurie Clay, Laurie Rossi, Les Maddox, Morris Taylor, Neil Watson, Nick Mernick, Perri McConnel, Peter Oxer, Ron Thomas, Ted Bryett, Trevor Connah: violin

    Recorded on March and April 1970

    ripped from the cd reissue by Vocalion CDSML 8405


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    Extraplatte ‎– EX 383-2
    CD, 1999

    01 - Exploration NY 302     6:52
    02 - Untitled         3:26
    03 - Untitled         5:17
    04 - Untitled         8:06
    05 - Untitled         10:24
    06 - Exploration NY 303     6:29
    07 - Untitled         8:39
    08 - Untitled         5:53
    09 - Untitled         4:56
    10 - Untitled         10:16
    11 - Exploration NY 304     5:59


    William Parker - Acoustic Bass
    Denis Charles - Drums
    Michael Fischer -Tenor and Soprano Sax

    Music by Charles, Fischer, Parker
    Recorded at Context, NYC 10/97


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    During the next few days I shall post three new high def rips by mvns. Got them yesterday and I shall waste no time.
    The only musician a I recognize is Eldee Young of Ramsey Lewis Trio fame.  And Lewis name gives also the general direction the music is going on this platter with its heavy leanings into soul.



    Billy Mahdi,  tenor & soprano saxophone, flute, bells, kalimba
    Corky McClerkin,  piano
    Eldee Young,  bass
    Ruben De Andrea,  drums
    Newson Otis,  trumpet
    Dave Baldwin,  saxophone
    Bruce Thompson,  synthesizer
    Eve Garnett, Brenda Sims, Ozana Chavis,  vocals


    A1. Tune Weaver 2:55
    A2. You Got Dat Wright 3:08
    A3. Excuse Me 4:31
    B1. Summer Love (or Verano De Amor) 4:34
    B2. 79th Street Blues (or Concert In Woo) 3:29
    B3. Love Dream (Or Reve D'Amour) 5:53


    Recorded at Omega Studio Ltd., 920 S. Michigan
    Chicago, III.- August, 1980

    Raenii RA 0037
    (vinyl rip - 24/48)


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    A1. Down Broadway
    A2. Autumn In New York

    B1. Teardrops For Jimmy
    B2. Misty


    Marion Brown, alto saxophone
    Reggie Workman, bass
    Joe Chambers, drums
    Roland Prince, guitar
    Dave Burrell, piano
    Grachan Moncur III, trombone
    Andy Bey, vocals


    Recorded June 19 & 20, 1977, at Long View Farm Studio, Massachussets

    Denon Jazz ‎– YX-7572-ND

    LP Rip

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    A1. Margy Pargy
    A2. Lush Life

    B.  8th Ave. Randez-Vouz Blues


    Dave Burrell, piano

    Recorded: October 12, 1973

    Trio Records ‎– PAP-9025

    LP Rip



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    A1. Black Robert
    A2. Teardrops For Jimmy
    A3. Lovedance

    B1. Black Spring
    B2. Willow Weep For Me
    B3. Booking In My Dreams


    Dave Burrell, piano
    Hart Leroy Bibs, vocals (B1)


    Recorded Studio SYSMO, Paris on 8 March 1977

    Marge ‎– 06

    LP Rip

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    Yoshito Osawa, piano, toy piano
    Masahiko Kono, trombone (B4)
    Toshinori Kondo, trumpet (B4)
    Shoji Hano, drums (B4)


    A1. Tune OH-1 (1:15)   
    A2. Tune SA-9 (5:18)    
    A3. Tune WA-7 (5:54)   
    A4. Tune YO-5 (5:06)   
    A5. Tune SHI-10 (3:43)   
    A6. Tune TO-1 (2:34)   
    B1. Improvisation PI (11:54)   
    B2. Tune A (7:00)   
    B3. Tune NO (6:31)   
    B4. Toy Piano (2:58)


    All tracks from cassette recording: 1975, Oct. 1, at Kyoto "IMBA", except B4 recorded 1980, Jan. 14 at Kyoto University.
    There are two loud thumps (sounds like someone bumped the microphone) on track B4 which was part of the recording.

    Private press: YO - 8076
    (vinyl rip)


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    A1. Love Dance
    A2. Cat Food Blues
    A3. Teardrops For Jimmy

    B1. Hypnosis
    B2. Sophisticated Lady


    Dave Burrell, piano


    Recorded on 27 September 1977

    Denon Jazz ‎– YX-7574-ND

    LP Rip





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    Sagittarius A-Star, SAS #17
    Vinyl
    Released 2011

    A - Untitled    
    B - Untitled    

    Hartmut Geerken, Hubertus von Puttkamer, Michael Ranta, Omar el Hakim, Salah Ragab

    Recorded February 17, 1972 in Heliopolis, Egypt.

    this is all info on the lp, nothing else found online
    cover is from discogs. I still dont know how to take a picture of a shiny black cover

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    A1. Straight, No Chaser
    A2. ‘Round Midnight
    A3. Blue Monk

    B1. Black Robert
    B2. No Games
    B3. New York

    Takashi Mizuhashi, bass
    Dave Burrell, piano


    Recorded on April 2nd and 3rd, 1978 at Nippon Columbia’s 1st Studio, Tokyo, Japan

    Columbia ‎– YX-7541ND

    LP Rip





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    Third LP of mvns's last batch of contributions. Again a quite unusual contribution.


    Side A

    Wes Monzaemon, alto & soprano saxophone, bells, bongos
    Chien Kitahara, piano
    Ikuko Sasahara, piano, synthesizer, strings
    Masanori Kanda, electric bass, bells
    Shinji Niiyama, drums, china gong


    Side B

    Shinichiro Yamazaki, tenor saxophone
    Kaoru Kawasaki, piano, synthesizer
    Hiroshi Handa, electric bass
    Hideyuki Ishigaki, drums


    A1. Dizzy 13:23
    A2. I Remember Bird 8:23
    B1. Empty Storm 4:15
    B2. Halcion Drift 3:54
    B3. Product Mix 5:43
    B4. Praha Lady 5:35


    Side A (Wes Side) recorded January 23, 1982 at Bea Pot Studio.

    Side B (Kaleido Side) recorded December 25, 1981 at Bea Pot Studio


    LLE Label - LLE-1002 (Japan, 1982)
    (vinyl rip)


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    A1. In A Sentimental Mood
    A2. Lush Life
    A3. Come Sunday
    A4. Flower Is A Lovesome Thing

    B1. Mexico City
    B2. Tradewinds
    B3. Crucificade
    B4. Budapest Conclusion


    Takashi Mizuhashi, bass
    Dave Burrell, piano


    Recorded at Nippon's Columbia 1st Studio, Tokyo, on April 2nd & 3rd, 1978

    Denon ‎– YX-7533-ND

    LP Rip





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    After leaving Soft Machine, Elton Dean and Hugh Hopper tried to recreate groups in the same spirit like Soft Head or Soft Heap. All of these groups were interesting but none of them managed to reach the level of energy and creativity of Soft Machine Third. When I first listened to Soft Mountain I immediately felt that the energy of this band and its power was clearly close to the great era of Soft Machine even though the music is different. Tatsuya Yoshida and Hugh Hopper are particularly impressive during this powerful session.


    -Part 1 : 30.40 mn
    -Part 2 : 27.55 mn


    -Hugh Hopper : bass
    -Tatsuya Yoshida : drums
    -Hoppy Kamiyama : keyboards 
    -Elton Dean : alto saxophone, saxcello

    Recorded in Tokyo august 10, 2003

    Hux records hux084 cd rip

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    Bill Dixon, trumpet, electronics
    Ben Hall, percussion
    Aaron Siegel, percussion

    A. Atelier: Corbu's Studio     14:05
    B. Hirado     12:39
    C. Contrapposto     17:59
    D. The Red & The Black     17:22

    Editions Brokenresearch br-041 (US, 2009)

    (vinyl rip)

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    Here is radio broadcast of Scandinavian trio, originated on Dime (I do not know original seeder). The band previously released album "Psalms and Folk Songs" on ECM label, with trumpeter Per Jørgensen instead of Trygve Seim.

    KUÁRA with TRYGVE SEiM - Rolf Liebermann Studio, Hamburg, 21-22.03.2013

    Trygve Seim - tenor & soprano sax
    Samuli Mikkonen - piano
    Markku Ounaskari - drums

    01. Pablo's Song (Ounaskari) 07:46
    02. Announcement by Samuli Mikkonen 00:47
    03. Cella Silvestris (Mikkonen) 09:31
    04. Haarautuvine Polkujen Puutarha (Mikkonen) 07:53
    05. Aesniitty (Mikkonen) 12:03
    06. Beginning An Ending (Seim) 06:57
    07. Karelian Folk Song (trad.) [fade out] 05:16

    source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac

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