The wilder and free side of the GUO...
Happy New Year to all bloggers though, what comes, promises
to be an "annus horribilis": good luck!
Rec. live at "Rocca Sforzesca", Imola, Italy,
on July 15, 1978 (mics recording)
Alexander von Schlippenbach,piano
Gerd Dudek,tenor sax & soprano flute
Michel Pilz,clarinet,bass clarinet & flute
Evan Parker,soprano sax
1. G.Gaslini intro (01:05)
2. Improvisation (1:07:33)
Total Time 1:08:38
31 December 2011
Wish you all a great and jazzy 2012!
MANFRED SCHOOF ORCHESTER "REFLECTIONS"
Manfred Schoof, tp, flh
Albert Mangelsdorff, tb
Wolfgang Dauner, p
Eberhard Weber, b
Uli Beckerhoff, tp
Hermann Breuer, tb
Rainer Brüninghaus, p, synth
Sigi Busch, b
Stephan Diez, g
Martin Drover, tp
Gerd Dudek, sax
Jon Eardley, tp
Jon English, tb
Joachim Fink, tb
Bernd Lechtenfeld, tb
Michel Pilz, bcl
Hugo Read, sax
Jo Thönes, dr
Joachim Ullrich, sax
Tom van der Geld, vib
Gerhard Veeck, sax
Rainer Winterschladen, tp
A1. Unisonlines 05:49
A2. Reflections 07:36
A3. Old Ballad 13:19
B1. Waltz In The Sun 08:42
B2. Source 06:59
B3. Horizons 09:59
Recorded at Haus der Jungen Talente, Berlin and Mensa der Wilhelm-Pieck-Universität, Rostock, DDR on November 13 & 14, 1983.
MOOD RECORDS 28.641
29 December 2011
Another great concert by a sax player, probably, a bit underestimated.
Rec. live in Como, Italy, on June 19, 1979
Bennie Wallace,tenor sax
1. Blues Connotation [O.Coleman] (12:55)
2. In A Sentimental Mood [D.Ellington] (12:49)
3. Walter [B.Wallace] (10:47)
4. Green & Yellow [B.Wallace] (08:42)
5. Broadside [B.Wallace] (06:32)
Total Time 51:29
Blues Connotation (excerpt)
27 December 2011
SAM RIVERS - R.I.P.
Samuel „Sam“ Carthorne Rivers (* 25. September 1923 in El Reno, Oklahoma; † 26. Dezember 2011 in Orlando, Florida)
SAM RIVERS "CRYSTALS"
Sam Rivers, flute, soprano & tenor saxophone, arranger, conductor
Joe Ferguson, flute, soprano & alto saxophone
Paul Jeffrey, flute, bassett horn, tenor saxophone
Roland Alexander, flute, african flute, soprano & tenor saxophone
Fred Kelly, piccolo, flute, soprano, alto & baritone saxophone
Sinclair Acey, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Ted Daniel, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Richard Williams, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Charles Stephens, trombone
Charles Majeed Greenlee, trombone
Joseph Daley, euphonium, tuba
Gregory Maker, bass
Warren Smith, drums
Harold Smith, percussion
1. Exultation 08:25
2. Tranquility 08:58
3. Postlude 02:50
4. Bursts 06:52
5. Orb 09:35
6. Earth Song 04:08
Recorded March 4, 1974 at Generation Sound Studios, New York City.
(this version Verve/Impulse! 589 760-2 - 96kHz, 24-bit).
If someone has the two-volume LP set recorded on June 7, 1979 in
Eindhoven (The Waterland Big Band Is Hot!), is invited to share!
Rec. live at the "8th Moers Jazz Festival", Moers, Germany,
on Monday, June 4, 1979 (mics recording)
Leo van Oostrom/Keshavan Maslak,alto sax
Fred Leeflang/Ab Baars,tenor sax
Gijs Hendriks,baritone sax
Charles Green/Frank Grasso/Boy Raaymakers,trumpet
Nils Landgren/Willem van Manen/Geerhard Zwiers,trombone
Joop van Erven,percussion
1. Little Tommy Lost Concentration For A While (57:34)
Little Tommy Lost Concentration For A While (excerpt)
23 December 2011
Thanks for the wishes onxi and merry Xmas from Italy!
Rec. live at "Rocca Brancaleone", Ravenna, Italy, on July 7,
1978 (mics recording)
David Schnitter,tenor sax
Bobby Watson,alto sax
1st Set (1:12:30):
01. Lift Every Voice And Sing [traditional]/Jody [W.Davis,jr] (14:18)
02. Art introduces the Messengers (03:26)
03. My Foolish Heart [V.Young] (12:46)
04. Uranus [W.Davis,jr] (11:45)
05. Mishima [?] (16:44)
06. My Romance [R.Rodgers] (08:19)
07. The Theme [M.Davis] (05:09)
2nd Set (1:05:49):
08. Blues March [B.Golson] (11:48)
09. Lover Man [J.Sherman] (09:55)
10. Unknown (14:37)
11. Georgia On My Mind [H.Carmichael] (07:10)
12. Reflections In Blue [Sun Ra] (13:31)
13. Gypsy Folk Tales [W.Davis,jr]/The Theme [M.Davis] (08:45)
Total Time 2:18:20
Blues March (excerpt)
22 December 2011
I wish you all a merry x-mas - instead of all the crazyness which sometimes seems to overwhelm us...
Enjoy yourself and the music!
MANFRED SCHOOF QUINTET "JAZZ JAMBOREE '67 VOL.2"
Manfred Schoof, trumpet
Evan Parker, tenor saxophone
Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano
Buschi Niebergall, bass
Han Bennink, drums
1. Oleo (Sonny Rollins) 10:07
Recorded October 1967 at the Jazzfestival "Jazz Jamboree", Warsaw, Poland.
MUZA XL 0444
Note: Mats Gustafsson got the line-up info from Evan Parker.
...let's say - Nick's x-mas present for IS.
ITARU OKI UNIT "IROHA-UTA"
Itaru Oki, trumpet, fluegelhorn, bamboo flute, etc.
Natsuki Tamura, trumpet, toys
Keizou Nobori, tenor saxophone
Satoko Fuji, piano, pianica
Hiroshi Funato, bass
Jin Mitsuda, drums
1. Sandrinella (13:20)
2. Okesa-Yansado (08:00)
3. L For B (03:20)
4. Iroha-Uta (16:04)
5. An Indian Cocks His Head For Yes (06:09)
6. West I II (06:18)
Recorded at Key Note Studio, Kobe, Japan on September 13 & 16, 2000.
FUDE BUSHOW FBPCD-001
19 December 2011
Side one , is Lacy solo...
on side two,he's joined by MEV, buddies Curran and Rzewski.
Flugelhorn, Synthesizer, Percussion [Small] – Alvin Curran- side 2 only
Piano [Acoustic] – Frederic Rzewski
Producer – Aldo Sinesio
Producer [Assistant] – Gianni Gualberto
Recorded May 19, 1977, MAMA DOG Studio in Rome
15 December 2011
Another underrated saxophonist who deserves to be remembered.
Rec. live in Pisa, Italy, on June 29, 1979
1. Track #1 (5:52)
2. Track #2 (3:47)
3. Track #3 (5:50)
4. Track #4 (4:32)
5. Track #5 (4:35)
6. Track #6 (2:41)
7. Track #7 (4:40)
Total Time 32:00
12 December 2011
For the first concert COMPANY was Maarten van Regteren Altena, Tristan Honsinger, Evan Parker and myself. On the following day the same four musicains taped the music from which this first COMPANY record was chosen. Altogether we recorded a number of duo pieces, all the possible trio combinations, and also a quartet. The music on this record represents the four trio combinations and is the result of each trio taping approximately twenty-five minutes music out of which one 10 to 12 minute piece was in each case chosen for the record.
Usually in making a selection from recorded group improvisation the choice of the material to be used is based on a communally agreed verdict as to which music is 'the best' of that available. In this case, with the permission of the other players, I was the sole arbiter and made the four selections without consulting the other three as to their preferences. In my choice I was guided by one specific criterion; I chose that part of the music by each trio which seemed to me to be most characteristic of improvisation and which best revealed the qualities which can be found only im improvisation. (Music and text by Mr.Bailey [rip provided by Nick & posted by me...])
COMPANY 1 [Altena - Bailey - Honsinger - Parker]
Maarten van Regteren Altena, bass
Derek Bailey, electric & acoustic guitars
Tristan Honsinger, cello
Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
A1. No South [DB/MA/TH] 10:21
A2. No North [TH/EP/MY] 08:18
B1. No East [TH/EP/DB] 10:30
B2. No West [EP/DB/MA] 10:04
Recorded at Riverside Studios, London, UK on 9th May, 1976.
11 December 2011
A little addendum to the recent Maarten Altena thread and a very little known Burton Greene recording (for me it was completely new). Thank you, Nick!
BURTON GREENE "CELESPHERE"
Burton Greene, piano, piano-harp, electric piano, percussion
Maarten Altena, bass
A1. Prins Hendrik Garden 17:12
B1. Astral Projection 09:02
B2. Lyric For Brother John 15:02
Recorded live at Gill's Club, Paris, France on 1st November, 1970.
FUTURA GER17 (France)
[this version from EPIC EPCL-10 (Japan)]
8 December 2011
7 December 2011
Here's volume one > http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/11/bobby-few-alan-silva-frank-wright-solos.html
BOBBY FEW / ALAN SILVA / FRANK WRIGHT "SOLOS & DUETS - VOL.2"
Frank Wright, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, voice
Alan Silva, bass, violin, piano, voice
Bobby Few, piano, voice
A1. Song For Cyrile, Children Of Joy 03:40
A2. El Torro 03:55
A3. Unknown Step 16:44
B1. Echo Send 08:05
B2. Sound Of A 07:59
A1 & A2 recorded chez Palm, November 1975.
A3 & B2 recorded in Reims, November 1975.
(lp rip provided by Nick!)
1 December 2011
Série de Nick numéro 20 - what can I say - Thank you so much!
ALAN SILVA "INNER SONG"
Alan Silva, bass, piano, organ, voice
Sébastien Bernard, piano, percussion (only on B2)
A1. East Side Snaps 09:50
A2. Untimeliness 09:09
A3. Kedo, Kedo 03:00
B1. Danse Of The 21st Century 11:22
B2. Inner Song 10:18
Recorded live at Rue de Prony, Paris, France in September, 1974.
Executive Producer: Sébastien Bernard.
CENTER OF THE WORLD CW 005
This was already posted at 'Magic Purple Sunshine' in 2008 - here it is in flac (I allowed myself to use Mellow's cover scans).
Judge for yourself and enjoy!
THE GERMAN ALLSTARS "LIVE AT THE DOMICILE"
Manfred Schoof, trumpet
Ack van Rooyen, trumpet
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Rudi Fuesers, tombone
Emil Mangelsdorff, alto saxophone
Heinz Sauer, tenor saxophone
Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone
Michel Pilz, bass clarinet
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, keyboards
Günter Lenz, bass
Ralf Hübner, drums
Willi Johanns, vocals
A 1. Out Of Reach 16:49
A 2. Figures 03:45
B 1. Gebäude 06:06
B 2. Hammerkopp 09:49
B 3. Epilog 01:57
C 1. Nuggis 12:15
C 2. Sweet Lament 06:14
D 1. Hornsalut 14:00
D 2. When Lights Are High 04:27
Recorded live at the DOMICILE, Munich, Germany on July 11, 1971.