24 April 2017

TTT – ENDLESS JAZZ / AFTER 997 (PRIVATE RELEASE, 1984)





A. Endless Jazz

B. After 997
Credits


Frank Wollny, guitar, bass
Lisle Ellis, bass
Coen Aalberts, drums
Dennis "King" Charles, drums
A.R. Penck, flute, piano, keyboards
Clarence Sharpe, saxophone

LP Rip - file courtesy of Pierre once more

10 comments:

Nick said...

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Vanderbrötz said...

Thank you very much Pierre and Nick

wightdj said...

New to me, thanks.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!....

Bobby Louis said...

First time visiting your blog and it certainly won't be the last!Thank you for this!

correct silence said...

Hi Nick and Pierre.
Very good idea to post this one because for those who have listened carefully to the TTT & Jeanne Lee "Don't freeze yourself to death over there in those mountains
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.fr/2014/04/jeanne-lee-dont-freeze-yourself-to.html
they may have noticed the sound of the saxophonist C Sharpe. After a quick research I found him on "Indeed" by Lee Morgan in the late 50's. Then he played briefly with Archie Shepp and dropped out of the radar to come back in the collective TTT, so I was very curious about this second and only other release with him and I haven't been disappointed, even the b side is nice when Penck plays flute à la Don Cherry, nice one.

Solomon said...

Thank you!

D said...

Lisle Ellis and Clarence "C" Sharpe? amazing... many thanks!

bventure said...

Another beauty, many thanks

kali said...

sad news that AR Penck has passed away - http://www.artnews.com/2017/05/03/a-r-penck-painter-whose-work-reflected-on-the-postwar-german-condition-dies-at-77/