5 December 2022

What a long, strange trip ...

Photo © Roberto Masotti / Lelli e Masotti Archivio.

This blog is now in its 15th year, started back in February 2007 by Sotise, our correspondent from down under. Bundles of people have contributed over the years, some gone, others holding on and yet others joining and putting their distinctive mark on the contents and direction of the blog. Currently we have about half a dozen active posters and some very generous followers, judging from inputs to our contributions section, but we're always willing to recruit more. Potential authors can get in touch with us c/o our Blogger email addresses. We've had contributors from three continents, with a preponderance of Europeans overall.

The emphasis has been on the free/improv/experimental side of jazz, but with excursions into contemporary and classical music, from Europe and beyond. There are no rules, however; the blog is whatever the posters make of it, and we'd like to keep it that way. We focus on posting out of print material with the objective of drawing attention to music which otherwise might have remained out of sight and out of mind. Due to spam and some past experiences of personal attacks, we 've had to institute a moderator system, so comments may not appear right away, but they will be published.

With these few words, heading on ...


Hi , Heres a new section , which will feature links to the Original posts of things that are just being, or have recently been re uploaded..
the Contributions and request sections are too cluttered , making it difficult to keep track!
comments will be disabled for this section!

Please help us out, if you see comments asking for a re-upload, and you have the files!!
(preferably use only file hosts accessible to free users,do not use these files to make money!)
Please do not ask us to re upload records which are generally available, or have been recently reissued, whatever the format!!

Surely it goes without saying that all views expressed on this Blog , be they impressions  delusions
reveries, political statements, opinions are ours and ours alone , Music stimulates the imagination, so switch off y'r TV, listen ... make up your own minds.

So here goes, I'll start with a few I have recently re uploaded

Update August 30, 2022 -
We've shortened the list (again) for users' convenience:

Saheb Sarbib Quartet - UFO! On Tour
Hamiet Bluiett - Endangered Species 
Jayne Cortez & The Firespitters - Taking The Blues Back Home
Raphé Malik Quartet - Unna Germany October 1979
Horace Tapscott's Arkestra - 15th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival
Junji Hirose - Yoshinori Motoki - Chi-Chi-Chi-Nhgacah
Junji Hirose - Solo Saxophone
Ornette Coleman - Paris Concert 1966-71
Okay Temiz & Hüseyin Ertunç, Etnik Orkestra – Live In Istanbul
Fred Frith - Ars Longa Dens Brevis 
Masahiko Togashi & Inter-Action – Inter-Action: Live At Hall Egg Farm 
Bengt Ernryd - Musik
Wolfgang Fortner - Triplum for 3 pianos and orchestra
Michael Mantler & hr Big Band - Jazz Composer's Orchestra Update
Frank Wright - Church Number Nine 
Charles Tyler - Voyage From Jericho
Armonicord - Esprit de Sel 
Swing Journal Jazz Workshop 4 - 2 to 10 / Saxophone Adventure  
Haruna Miyake - Yuji Takahashi - Ichimen Nanohana
Mal Waldron Trio - Set Me Free
Marion Brown Duos with  Wadada Leo Smith and Elliott Schwartz
Nobuyoshi Ino & Lester Bowie - Duet 
Dan Rose - Close Opposites 
Yoriyuki Harada - Kaibutsu 
Arthur Doyle Electro-Acoustic Ensemble - Patriotic Act
Michael Smith - The Dualities Of Man 
Raphé Malik Quartet - Live in Unna October 1979 
Toshinori Kondo / Henry Kaiser / John Oswald - Moose And Salmon
David Murray Trio - Live at the Peace Church 
Leroy Jenkins with The New Chamber Jazz Quintet
Saheb Sarbib, Jorge Lima Barreto - Encounters
Jean-François Jenny-Clark & Aldo Romano - Divieto Di Santificazione
Don Cherry Universal Silence - Berlin November 3, 1972
Heinz Sauer's Voices - Hamburg 1976 
François Tusques - Génération
Schiaffini - Iannaccone - Colombo - S.I.C. - Pezzo
Dudu Pukwana & Spear - In the Townships
Don Cherry Universal Silence -  Berlin November 3, 1972
Shoji Aketagawa, Kazunori Takeda - I Didn't Know About You
Arthur Blythe Quintet - Live in Milan '82
Arthur Blythe Quintet - Live in Montréal '81
Dan Rose - Close Opposites
Takao Haga -  Piyo Pio
Narada Burton Greene - It's All One 
Takao Haga, Osamu Yamaguchi - Tidal Wave
Garrett List - American Images
Jan Garbarek  and Bobo Stenson Trio - Live Bremen 1974
Afro Algonquin - Live in Moers '80 

4 December 2022

ELTON DEAN'S NiNESENSE - Bracknell Jazz Festival 1978 (flac)


This concert I already posted here years ago. Now I am offering more complete and lower generation copy in flac. Still the audience recording, but sounding better.

ELTON DEAN - alto sax, saxello
ALAN SKiDMORE - tenor sax
MARC CHARiG - cornet, tenor horn
HARRY BECKETT - trumpet, flugelhorn
NiCK EVANS - trombone
RADU MALFATTi - trombone
KEiTH TiPPETT - piano
LOUiS MOHOLO - drums

1 Fall in Free > One Three Nine > Nicrotto > Seven for Lee (41:23)
2 First Born > Bounce > Prayer For Jesus (21:23)

Bracknell Jazz Festival,  South Hill Park Arts Center, Bracknell, UK, July 8, 1978 

3 December 2022

SOPHiA DOMANCiCH TRiO :: Funerals (1991)

Here is Sophia first trio offering with guests. Happy Advent time.

 SOPHiA DOMANCICH TRIO :: Funerals (Gimini 1991)

PAUL ROGERS - double bass
JOHN GREAVES - vocals [7]
YVON GUiLLARD - trumpet
JÉROME NAULAiS - trombone

Rec: Jul 1991 - Loc: Studio de Chennevières (France) - Eng/Pr: Gérard Lhomme

1. Funerals [SD] (12:14)
2. Lydia [SD] (3:22)
3. Subtil [SD] (9:25)
4. Défilé [SD] (1:45) 
5. B. Rubatto [SD/BT] (7:46)
6. Mardi Gras [SD] (8:54)
7. Back Where We Began [SD/J.Greaves] (9:05)
8. Funerals 2 / Dérision [SD] (3:02)

Gimini Music GM 1001 (OOP)

1 December 2022

SOPHiA DOMANCiCH :: Rêves familiers (1999)

SOPHiA DOMANCiCH :: Rêves familiers (Gimini 1999) 

piano solo

Gimini Music GM 1011 (OOP)

4 November 2022



Muhal Richard Abrams, piano, composer, voice
Henry Threadgill, alto & tenor saxophone
Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre, tenor saxophone, clarinet
Wallace McMillian, alto & baritone saxophone
Reggie Willis, double bass, voice
Steve McCall, drums, voice

Suite (Song For / The Sage / Scatterbrain / The Bell) 61:11
1. [part I]  49:45
2. [part II] 11:26

Recorded at Berliner Jazztage on November 4, 1973
[this is an uninterrupted performance - tracks were probably added for convenience by the trader]

9 September 2022



Phil Wachsmann, violin, electronics
Günter Christmann, trombone, cello
Fred Van Hove, piano, accordion
Joëlle Léandre, double bass

01. unknown title 12:52
02. unknown title 12:26
03. unknown title 09:25
04. unknown title 10:38

Recorded in Leverkusen, Germany on January 29, 2001



Leroy Jenkins, violin
Sirone, double bass, trombone
Jerome Cooper, drums, piano, balaphon

1. unknown title  11:36
2. unknown title  11:08
3. unknown title   9:03
4. unknown title  19:58

Recorded at Kino Lupe, Köln on September 2, 1977

21 August 2022



Raphe Malik, trumpet
Glen Spearman, tenor saxophone
Jay Oliver, double bass
Stephen McCraven, drums

1. Life Without Lloyd, Part 1 (40:49)
2. Life Without Lloyd, Part 2 (11:30)
3. Life Without Lloyd, Part 3 (29:47)
4. Life Without Lloyd, Part 4 (06:57)

Recorded on October 10, 1979 in Unna, Germany.

7 August 2022



John Fischer, piano
Willem Van Manen, trombone
George Steinmann, guitar
Peter Kowald, double bass

1. Poor Piano 8:50
2. Improvisation I 18:29
3. Bielefeld Suite 22:38

Recorded on March 12, 1987 at Ravensburger Spinnerei, Bielefeld, Germany.

3 August 2022

CCMC "KÖLN, 1983"


This is especially for Nick.

Michael Snow, trumpet, piano
Nobuo Kubota, saxophone, percussion
Casey Sokol, keyboards, electronics
Peter Anson(?), guitar
Al Mattes, bass, bass-guitar, electronics
John Kamevaar, drums

1. No.1 (41:49)
2. No.2 (38:53)
3. No.3 (16:53)

Recorded on January 18, 1983 in Köln at the WDR Studio.

4 July 2022


Excellent music by Ekkehard Jost and his comrades. "Palestrinas Reise nach Cadiz" is one of my favourite tunes from him which he has recorded at least twice. Another version and other clichè-free music can be found here. http://www.jazzhausmusik.de/pages/catalog_by_id.php?label_id=11 I would like to recommend three CDs: "Deep" with - among others - Tony Oxley and "Some Other Tapes" with different line-ups (including the second version of "Palestrinas Reise nach Cadiz"). And "Wintertango" with his working group. 


Herbert Hellhund, tp, flh, zither
Dirk Huelst, ts, roll shuter
Ekkehard Jost, bs, bass-sax, zither, perc
Georg Wolf, b
Joe Bonica, dr, perc

1. Mobibobi 06:56
2. Lonely Langgöns 07:01
3. Kleine Serenade für HeHe 04:38
4. Tangenten 12 & 13 06:39
5. Stieselkick & Dat Walzerle 04:34
6. Palestrinas Reise nach Cadiz 05:56
7. Omega Jive 04:21
8. Saint Malo 04:46
9. Haste Gesagt 06:21

 Recorded at Amman Boutz Studio, Giessen, Germany; on September 11th - 14th, 1983. (all pieces by E.Jost except tr.8 by H.Hellhund) View VS 0028/Jazz series

5 June 2022



A1. The Chris McGregor Septet – When The Saints Come Marching In
A2. The Chris McGregor Septet – Blues Story
A3. The Chris McGregor Septet – I Like That
A4. Ben Masinga – Let The Good Times Roll
A5. The Woody Woodpeckers – This Can't Be Love
A6. The Jazz Giants – A Baptist Beat

B1. The Jazz Dazzlers – Kentucky Oysters
B2. Ben Masinga – I Got Rhythm
B3. The Woody Woodpeckers – String Of Pearls
B4. The Jazz Ambassadors – What Is There To Say?
B5. Eric Nomvete's Big Five – Pondo Blues

Chris McGregor - piano
Sammy Maritz - bass
Monty Weber - drums
Christopher Columbus - tenor sax
Ronnie Beer - tenor sax
Danayi Dlova - alto sax
Willy Nettie - trombone

BEN MASINGA - vocals

Victor Ndlazilwana - vocals
Bennet Majango
 - vocals
Johnny Tsagane
 - vocals
Boy Ngwenya
 - vocals

Dudu Pukwana - alto sax
Goodman "Tete" Mbambisa - piano
Martin Mgijima - bass
Early Mabuza - drums
Nick Moyake - tenor sax
Elija Nkwayane - trumpet

Mackay Davashe - tenor sax
Patrick Matshikiza - piano
Saint Moikangoa - bass
Early Mabuza - drums
Kippie Moeketsi - alto sax
Blythe Mbityana - trombone
Dennis Mpali - trumpet

Cups-and-Saucers - tenor sax
Temba Matole - piano
Lami Zokufa - bass
Louis Moholo - drums
Lango Davis - trumpet

Eric Nomvete - tenor sax
Shakes Mgudlwa - piano
Dannie Sibanyoni - bass
Dick Khoza - drums
Aubrey Simane - alto
Mongezi Feza - trumpet

Recorded October 1962

New Sound – NSL 1010, Gallotone – NSL 1010

LP Rip

29 May 2022



This is one of the rare appearances of Dietmar Diesner on LP/CD. He's not very eager to do recordings at all and his opinion is that (freely) improvised music is better appreciated in a live setting (... he might have a point ...). And the last of his few recordings he seemingly made approximately 1997/98 - and that's it. 

... who weren't at the location when the music happened ....

Dietmar Diesner, all instruments, etc.

1. Permanence 8805032224 (21:15)
alto saxophone, electronics

2. Verweigerung des Unplötzlichen (10:06)
soprano saxophone, Marmor (marble), Stahltür (steel-door), ein blauer Eimer (blue bucket)

3. Rondo 4A (5:56)
alto saxophone, electronics

4. Entzeitigung (5:36)
alto saxophone, electronics, feedback-effects

Recorded May 3 to 5, 1988 at AMIGA-Studio, Berlin

AMIGA 8 56 377
(vinyl rip)

BTW: "Verweigerung des Unplötzlichen" means something like "refusal of the un-sudden". And "Entzeitigung" means that something (or everything) is 'removed' from the influence of time on all (or some) things existing.

27 May 2022



The Malombo Jazz Men

A1. Foolish Fly
A2. Your Neighbour
A3. Chief's Kraal (Emkobola)
A4. Blues For You
A5. Zandile
A6. Malombo Men's Prayer

Abbey Cindi, flute 
Philip Tabane, guitar
Julian Bahula, drums

Early Mabuza Quartet

B1. Little Old Man (Maxhegwana)
B2. Perseverance (Ngenyameko)
B3. The Idea
B4. Just That Way
B5. Barney's Way

Ernest Mothle,bass
Early Mabuza, drums
Sipho Ndlela, guest
Pat Matshikiza, piano
Barney Rachabane, saxophone

Recorded on 26 September 1964 at Orlando Stadium, Johannesburg

His Master's Voice – JCLP 62

LP Rip

26 May 2022



A1. Good News
A2. Nyusamkhaya
A3. Lily Express
A4. Rough Deal
A5. Kwazakhele
A6. Mini Mthembo
A7. Hayini Bo
A8. Nick Thethe

B1. Mra
B2. Kweleentonga
B3. Botyana
B4. Ndaqmbayo
B5. Zangomva
B6. Zobongo
B7. Keleketle
B8. Ezindongeni

Dudu Pukwana, alto saxophone
Gwigwi Mrwebi, alto saxophone
Coleridge Goode, bass
Laurie Allan, drums
Chris McGregor, piano
Ronnie Beer, tenor saxophone

77 Records – 77 AFRO / 101

LP Rip

25 May 2022



A1-2. Stella by Starlight - Milestones, Terumasa Hino Quintet
A3. Keikotan, Yosuke Yamashita Trio

B1. St. Louis Blues, Toshiyuki Miyama and New Herd (guest, Fumio Nanri)
B2. Mini Mama, Miyama Toshiyuki and New Herd
B3. Furisode Wa Naku, Toshiyuki Miyama and New Herd

C1. Sao Paulo, Sadao Watanabe Quartet
C2. Sumie, Nobuo Hara and Sharps and Flats
C3. Take the 'A' train, Nobuo Hara and Sharps and Flats

D1. Muzzy's Tangle, Masahiko Satoh Trio
D2. Serenity, Masahiko Satoh Trio

Recorded at Nemu No Sato, Shima City, Mie Prefecture on July 23, 1970

Toshiba Records – TP-9011~12

LP Rip

19 May 2022

....Free form

Anything else goes here. Observations on the general state of the universe and its overall direction are particularly welcome, but also on more mundane matters as you may see fit.


Anything our readers and followers would like to contribute goes here. That may include recommendations, reviews, recordings, you name it.

The earlier contributions thread was unfortunately deleted, but we have managed to recover about three years of the last five years of posts. The recovered posts have now been moved to separate posts in the new thread. All links to files are working at the time of writing. If there is anybody out there who has found that their contributions are missing, feel free to repost them or if anybody has downloaded files when they were still available, the same thing applies.  Of course, we welcome any new contributions from our followers, anything that we and you should know about.


Requests, broken links, re-ups and related topics go here. It may be easier for admins to be attentive to these topics if they are put here and not under the individual posts. There's no guarantee that we may be able to respond to everything, but we'll give it a try.

I've deleted the previous 'Requests' post as it was becoming a bit unwieldy.
I shall start the requests with the last one from the previous thread.

7 November 2021



A1. Morning Colors
A2. The Dragon And The Rainbow: Forum With Modernmen

B1. The Rainbow
B2. Twilight Dance
B3. Meditation: The Sea, The Fire, The Earth

Cecil McBee, bass
Calo Scott, cello
Frank Clayton, drums
Marc Levin, flute, brass
Jonas Gwanga, trombone

Recorded at Stereo Sound Studios, NYC, 1967

Savoy Records – SMG-12190

LP Rip

5 November 2021



Juhani Aaltonen, tenor saxophone, flute
Reggie Workman, double bass
Edward Vesala, drums

A1. Saxax 4:47
A2. Moon Triangle 3:46
A3. Prana 2:36
A4. Journey Within 12:04
B1. Oasis 4:57
B2. Waves Through The Mind 3:55
B3. Conclusion 14:06

Composed by Aaltonen, Vesala (A4, B3) and Workman (A4, B3)

Recorded live at Groovy, Helsinki, August 2, 1981.

Leo Records - LEO 013
(vinyl rip)

4 November 2021



A. Song For Yoo-Ki Lee
B. If Ocean Is Broken
C. The Alilan Pass
D. Nostalgia For Che-ju Island

Sabu Toyozumi, drums, percussion
Mototeru Takagi, tenor and soprano saxophone, bass clarinet 

Recorded live in April 1971 at Yasuda Seimei Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

Qbico – Qbico 95

LP Rip

3 November 2021

The Misha Lobko Sextet - Rituals

 Leo Records ‎– LR 141

Misha Lobko - Bass Clarinet, Clarinet [Bb Cl], Clarinet [C Cl], Clarinet [Barocco Cl], Voice
Christine Janvier, Didier Petit - Cello
Rosine Feferman - Double Bass
Le Quan Ninh - Drums, Percussion
Ida Helene Heidel - Flute, Alto Flute
Anna Akhmatova - Lyrics

A - Ritual I - Tamanika Sonya
Music By Misha Lobko
Soloist Didier Petit
B1 - Ritual III - Sentence
    Music By Misha Lobko
B2 - Ritual Interludes
    Music By Didier Petit
B3 - Spontaneous Ritual
    Music By C. Janvier, D. Petit, I. Heidel, N. Le Quan, M. Lobko, R. Feferman

Recorded at LIT NATIONAL, PARIS 29th August, 1985

2 November 2021

John Fischer, Theo Jörgensmann - Deep Blue Lake

 ReEntry Records – RE 008

A1        Amsterdam Polka    4:20
A2        Blues For Poland    6:14
A3        P5 / M3    6:31
A4        Chorale Blues    8:55
B1        Deep Blue Lake    7:50
B2        Questions And Answers    8:30
B3        Lamento For Cordoba    6:59

Theo Jörgensmann - Clarinet
John Fischer - Concert Grand Piano

Recorded in W. Germany and Switzerland, 1983

1 November 2021

LOUiS MOHOLO OCTET :: BBC Jazz In Britain 1978


BBC Radio 3 Jazz in Britain, Broadcast 2nd October 1978, Introduced by Charles Fox

Dudu Pukwana - alto sax

Evan Parker - tenor sax

Marc Charig - trumpet

Nick Evans, Rudu Malfatti - trombones

Keith Tippett - piano

Harry Miller - bass

Louis Moholo - drums

1. Amaxesha Osizi (Majola) 6:52

2. Wedding Hymn (Machakusa) 10:19

3. Khanya Apho Ukona (Moholo):26

4. You Ain’t Gonna Know Me ‘Cos You Think You Know Me (Feza) 2:25 (fade out)

From the Philippe Renaud Collection, shared in fb group Who love Louis Tebugo Moholo & The Blue Notes by David Spiers

mp3@190 only, but sounds good.

26 October 2021

Mark Weaver'S UFO Ensemble - Phenomenology

 Plutonium CD

Bill Clark - trumpet, flugelhorn
Christian Pincock - valve trombone
Mark Weaver - tuba, compositions
Jason Aspeslet - drums
Carlin Venaglia - drums (track 7)

01 - Pheripheral vision
02 - Out of sight
03 - The conqueror worm
04 - The swallows
05 - A close shave
06 - Tapestry with arabesque figures
07 - The incomparable ferd
08 - Visions of ligea

1-5 recorded live at the Kosmos, Albuquerque, 13.02.2010
6-8 recorded live at the Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque, 2.04.2010
7 recorded live at the Kosmos, Albuquerque, 6.04.2011

25 October 2021

Cosmic Rebop Society (Plutonium 2013, DVD)

 I found this in my collection and I don't remember where I got it, probably from Mark Weaver. My memory is not the same as it was.
The strange thing is that I cannot find any reference in the web, also plutonium records page has disappeared.
The other musicians looks as well unknown, but the music is really worth, the images also.
I added the audio extraction, directly from DVD, while the movie is a mp4.

Plutonium records 2013
plu 002, DVD

Jim Hamm - tenor sax, trumpet
Mark Weaver - tuba, trombone, dijeridu
Mike Balistreri - bass, percussion
Jake and Max - drums, percussion

live video painting by Bee at Blue Dragon Coffe House, Albuquerque, 3.1.2003

24 October 2021

RELAXACE :: Morning Prayer (2oo2)

Czech trio focused on music for relaxation. There is a lot of improvisation throughout.

RELAXACE :: Morning Prayer (Anne Records 2oo2)

1. Improvisation Part One
2. Connection
3. Om
4. Morning Prayer
5. Improvisation Part Two
6. Path Is Goal
7. Morning Prayer Long
8. Stillness

JiŘí MAZÁNEK - acoustic guitar, tanpura, vocal
KAREL BABULJAK - Indian harmonium, zither, vocal
VLASTiSLAV MATOUŠEK - tablas, Slovak bass whistle, bells, gong, vocal

Recorded April 1990 at Bubosound, Prague


14 August 2021

Mike Brown, Ryan Jewell, Seth Meicht, Aaron Meicht - I Have No Idea How Brilliant You Are

Teenage Whore Tapes.3
Cassette, Limited to 100 copies

Seth Meicht - tenor sax
Aaron Meicht - trumpet
Mike Brown - double bass
Ryan Jewell - percussion

A1            15.21
A2            10.35
B1    13.07
B2             11.35

recorded at Freddy's, Brooklin, NY on february 16, 2008

13 August 2021



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12 August 2021

Doug Yokoyama, Tatsu Aoki, Francis Wong, Jeff Chan - Identifiable

 Zoo Music 2002

Poston Sontata, Pt. 2 Internment 9:14
Albert Ayler Flying Thrrough the Sky 7:55
Tatsu's Fat Groove 5:30
The Halloween Song 9:06
Open 10:35
Glad You Didn't See This 5:58
Zoo's Blues 7:37
Told by Arizona 7:13
70 by 70 4:11

Doug Yokoyama - Composer, Sax Alto and Soprano
Francis Wong - Sax Soprano
Jeff Chan - Sax Tenor
Tatsu Aoki - Upright Bass

11 August 2021

Beaver Harris Quartet - Beaver is my name

 Timeless Records 1987

A1 - Ismay, My Brother     11:14     
A2 - African Drums Medley     7:15     
B1 - Necaumong-Us         12:20     
B2 - It´s Hard To, But We Do     5:10     
B3 - J.C.Moses         4:55     

Juney Booth - Bass
Beaver Harris - Drums
Francis Haynes - Steel Drums
Andrew White - Tenor Saxophone

Recorded November 24, 1983 Recording Studio 44, Monster, Holland
Composed by Beaver Harris

10 August 2021

Gijs Hendriks-Beaver Harris Quartet - Sound Compound


YVP Music 1986

Gijs Hendriks (sax alto, soprano, tenor)
Charles Loos (piano)
Bert Van Erk (contrabass)
Beaver Harris (drums)    

01 - In A Friendly Way
02 - Brasilian Song
03 - Groovin'on
04 - Tribute To Michael
05 - Esbres
06 - Deeboojah

all compositions by Gijs Hendriks
Recorded at Studio 44, Monster, Holland, March 1986
YVP Music 1986

9 August 2021

Beaver Harris 360 Degree Music Experience - Live at Nyon

 Cadence Jazz 1981

Beaver Harris (drums)
Ken McIntyre (reeds)
Grachan Moncur III (trombone)
Ron Burton (piano)
Cameron Brown (bass)

01 - Don't I
02 - Charlette
03 - Ismay My Mother
04 - High Noon

Recorded June 14, 1979 at Nyon, Switzerland, Jazz Festival.
CJR 1002 

8 August 2021

Beaver Harris 360 Degree Music Experience - Negcaumongus

 Cadence Jazz  Record 1981

Beaver Harris (drums)
Don Pullen (piano)
Francis Haynes (steel drums)
Ken McIntyre (alto sax, oboe, flute)
Ricky Ford (tenor sax)
Hamiet Bluiett (baritone sax)
Cameron Brown (bass)

01 - Negcaumongus part 1
02 - Negcaumongus part 2. Well Kept Secret

Recorded Dec. 7, 1979
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
CJR 1003, vinyl

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7 August 2021




 "Il nudo" consists of four fragments. Alongside Liliana Poli, fragment one features piano and string quartet, two and three feature string quartet, and on four Poli is the sole performer. "Phrase à trois" is for string trio.


il nudo–4 frammenti da torso       
für sopran, klavier und streichquartett       
1. frammento 1    3.36           
2. frammento 2    5.17           
3. frammento 3    4.55           
4. frammento 4    9.41           
–liliana poli sopran (1,2,4)       
–società cameristica italiana         
  klavier (1)               
  streichquartett (1-3)             
5. phrase à trois        5.51
für streichtrio

6. ancora odono i colli    6.54
für gemischtes vokalsextett

7. rara (eco sierologico)    6.55
für cello solo

il nudo                    phrase à trois
–liliana poli sopran (1,2,4)        –società cameristica italiana
–società cameristica italiana        ancora odono i colli
  klavier (1)                –schola cantorum
  streichquartett (1-3)              clytus gottwald
                    rara (eco sierologico)
                    –horst hornung cello

il nudo & phrase à trois        september 1969
ancora odono i colli            oktober 1969
rara                    juli 1969

wergo                     wer 60048

5 August 2021



Repost of an old submission. Reverted it to draft some time ago and now I re-adding it - but - alas - all old comments have been discarded by the new blogger configurations....

Horace Tapscott, piano
Everett Brown jr., drums

A1. At The Crossroads     9:55
A2. Middle Age Madness     8:55
B1. Ballad For Window Lee Black 11:50
B2. Marcellus III 9:45

Written by H. Tapscott: A1 to B1
Written by E. Brown jr.: B2

Recorded at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, California, 1980.

Nimbus West Rcords NS 579 (vinyl rip)
Released 1980

12 July 2021



The promo LP from which I've ripped this rare composition by Wolfgang Dauner wasn't in the best condition. Removed several louder clicks 'n' pops manually. Then I've added a very mild filtering. You will still hear some crackling especially in the quieter parts of this work but I'm sure that the music deserves to be heard even with some extra noise.

Two years later in 1976 Dauner composed a jazz opera titled "Der Urschrei des Musikers" for the Berlin Jazz Days; during the performance Dauner had excerpts from contracts with musicians read aloud. The work dealt with the mechanisms in the record industry of that time.
And again in August 2010 in Stuttgart he came back to the topic (BTW: Urschrei means primal scream) with a composition / opera titled 'Second Prelude to the Primal Scream' (Zweiter Auftakt für den Urschrei) [conducted by Dennis Russell Davies] in memory of his Berlin opera.
How much the music offered here is the seed for the latter two compositions I don't know. But it seems rather likely that Dauner had an idea / theme which kept coming back through a good part of his life as musician and composer.

Wolfgang Dauner, piano, synthesizer, composition
Zbigniew Seifert, violin
Adelhard Roidinger, double bass
Ack van Rooyen, flugelhorn
Bronislav Kovacev, drums
Rundfunkorchester Hannover des NDR
Mladen Guteša, conductor

1. Der Urschrei  27:17

Recorded 27.-31.5.1974, Funkhaus Hannover, Germany.

Vinyl rip from the A side of a NDR promo LP "NDR Jazzworkshop '76" (666 796)

7 July 2021

Sonny Simmons - Ecstatic Nostalgia

 Hello World!  HW06
released 1 Apr 2007

1 - Introduction: Ode To Thelonious Monk     8:05
2 - My Favorite Things             1:56
3 - The Promise                 2:42
4 - Exotic Study                 16:58
5 - My Favorite Things             7:27
6 - Blues For Everyday Life             9:54
7 - Out Of Love                 13:46

Sonny Simmon - alto sax, english horn

"#1-3 Recorded August 4, 2006 at Bruno Grégoire's home, Romainville, France and #4-7 December 12, 2006 at Galerie Apnée, Paris, France."

27 June 2021



Here's another contribution by inamorata. The picture above is from the www and was shot during the concert in Oissach (no name given for the photographer).

Weather Report
3. Internationales Musikforum, Stiftshof
June 27, 1971
Source: FM or SBD

The earliest known live recording of WR

01 Firefish  13:57 >
02 Unidentified 2:01 >
03 Early Minor 8:15
04 Morning Lake 4:37 >
05 Waterfall  6:38
06 Umbrellas  7:22
07 Piano intro (Orange Lady theme) > Eurydice 14:36
08 Seventh Arrow 5:35 >
09 Unidentified 2:34
10 Orange Lady 11:03

Joe Zawinul, piano & keyboards
Wayne Shorter, tenor & soprano sax
Miroslav Vitous, bass
Alphonse Mouzon, drums
Dom Um Romao, percussion & flute

This show is relatively well circulated, but in variable sound quality, often with the sequence of compositions mixed up and/or one track missing (Eurydice was officially released) or otherwise incomplete. The date given for most versions, July 27, is also incorrect.

This new and uncirculated version is remastered from the best of several versions I picked up over the years, a trade CD I received from an Austrian collector. It appears to be fairly close to the original source but has the usual issues coming with several generations of cassette copies (pitch slightly sharp, azimuth errors, clicks and other artifacts). I have corrected all of these and remastered the sound, and I doubt you will find a better version of this historic show.

Considered to be the earliest known live recording of Weather Report, this represents what might be called the 'consolidated' first line-up with Dom um Romao having replaced Airto Moreira (and the other percussionists, Don Alias and Barbara Burton, who also contributed to the eponymous first album but remained uncredited). Alphonse Mouzon was still on board.

The venue was the 'Third International Music Forum Ossiach' in Carinthia, initiated by Friedrich Gulda, which brought together such diverse acts as, among others, Paul and Limpe Fuchs, Tangerine Dream, Arvind Parikh, Le groupe liturgique de Tunis, Pink Floyd, The Trio, and Gulda himself playing Mozart. While the audience sounds rather polite and restrained during the Weather Report show, Ossiach was flooded by enthusiastic hippies when Pink Floyd played on July 1st. The natives were shocked and as a consequence Gulda's festival had to move to Viktring, also in Carinthia, for the next editions. Selected recordings from the festival, made by the Austrian radio and TV network, ORF, were released on a three-LP sampler by BASF under the title Ossiach Live. This includes, as mentioned, Eurydice from the Weather Report set, in a very different mix from what we have here. The 2 CD edition from 2008 appears to be unofficial.


9 June 2021

Reform Art Orchestra - Pannonian Suite

 2 CDr in LP jacket
Released 2014

1-1     –reformARTunit     Untitled     
1-2     –reformARTunit     Untitled     
1-3     –reformARTunit     Untitled     
2-1     –The MASTERs of unorthodox music     Untitled     
2-2     –The MASTERs of unorthodox music     Untitled     
2-3     –The MASTERs of unorthodox music     Untitled     
2-4     –The MASTERs of unorthodox music     Untitled     

Alaeddin Adlernest - bassoon (tracks: 2)
Paul Fields - electric violin (tracks: 1)
Johannes Groysbeck - bass guitar  (tracks: 1)
Inge Katharina Pechoc - piano (tracks: 2)
Monika Stadler - Harp (tracks: 2)
Shamal Amin - voice
Nikolaus Dolp - drums
Nigar Hasib - voice
Raoul Herget - tuba
Karl Wilhelm Krbavac - viola da gamba
Yedda Chunyu Lin - piano
Sepp Mitterbauer - trumpet   
Fritz Novotny - soprano saxophone, flute
Rudolf Ruschel - trombone
Hans Echnaton Schano - voice
Karl Vossner - english horn
Improcomposed on 10 September 2014
at Porgy and Bess jazz music club
produced by the reformARTorchestra

20 May 2021



Markus Geiger, soprano & tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, flute
Urs Voerkel, piano
Peter K. Frey, double bass
Herbert Hartmann, drums

1. 45 (7:52)
2. Verusse (10:34)
3. Fryli, Fryli (16:49)
4. Heissi Ohre (3:24)

Recorded 22nd April 1973, Dübendorf / Zürich

Self-released FORM 001 (Switzerland)

(vinyl rip)

16 April 2021

Walter Malli, Werner Dafeldecker - Vrhunec - 1991

 Extraplatte, EX 128 CD

1 - Wounded Heart (Malli)        2:27
2 - Amal Geht's No (Ferry Andrée)            1:11
3 - 245 (Eric Dolphy)            4:12
4 - Vrhunec (Malli)             0:19
5 - Wünschelrute (Malli)        4:13
6 - Depp (Malli)            2:21
7 - Glatzig(Malli, Dafeldecker)            2:13
8 - Almost Meticulous (Malli)        1:34
9 - Pease (Ornette Coleman)                1:28
10 - All Den Tauben (Malli, Dafeldecker)            6:24
11 - Oh Du Oida Huizuam (Malli)    1:40
12 - Tango Karfiol (Malli)        3:39
13 - I Häng An Meiner Weanastadt (Fritz Wolferl)  0:58
14 - The Face Of The Bass (Ornette Coleman)    3:40
15 - 3 Schwämme (Malli)        3:56
16 - Krötschilder I (Malli, Dafeldecker)    1:35
17 - Krötschilder II (Malli, Dafeldecker)    2:14
18 - Indian Klingl (Malli)        0:47
19 - Königslied (Malli)        4:23
20 - Wossara Seif (Malli)        2:57
21 - Amal Geht's No (Ferry Andrée)    1:32
Werner Dafeldecker - bass
Walter Malli - soprano saxophone

Digital Two-track recording on October 13 & 14, 1990 at Schloßtheater Schönbrunn, Vienna/Austria

10 April 2021



 Here's a reup of Paul's post - below we have the original text which is still current.

< Max Roach Quartet in Amsterdam 1977 If you ever saw this band, it was a knockout, muscular sax, polyrhythms, always ancient to the future... Baystate LP, vinyl Rip, wav files >


Billy Harper, tenor saxophone
Cecil Bridgewater, trumpet
Reggie Workman, double bass
Max Roach, drums

1. It's Time (Roach) 22:49
2. Call of the Wild & Peacful Heart (Harper) 26:12

Recorded live August 17, 1977 at the "Jazzhaus", Amsterdam, Holland.

Baystate ‎– RVJ-6029
(vinyl rip - 96 khz)



1. Prologo E Introito - Allegro, Dolce E Solenne
2. Pezzo Giocoso - Vivacemente Ma Senza Fretta
3. Pezzo Serioso - Andante Sostenuto, Pensoso
4. Alla Napoletana - Vivace
5. Cantico - Largamente, Più Moderato

Mario Schiano, alto and soprano saxophone
Elio Martusciello, guitar, CDs, electronic devices
Maurizio Martusciello, percussion, electro-acoustic objects

Recorded in Rome at Discoteca di Stato on March 14 1998

Discoteca Di Stato ‎– DDS 99-2

CD Rip

26 March 2021

The Reform Art Unit featuring Sunny Murray - Subway Performance

Granit Records, GR 93003
RAU 1021

1  - Inside Work. Seven Movements Dedicated To Sunny Murray     20:00

Paul Fields - violin, piano
Sepp Mitterbauer - trumpet
Fritz Novotny - clarinet, soprano sax, flutes, small percussion
Mario Rechtern - alto, baritone and sopranino sax

Recorded live October 5, 1993 at Soundfield Studio, Lower Austria
Composed by Reform Art Unit

2 - The Subway Performance. Eleven Movements Dedicated To Adolf Frohner     45:00

Leena Conquest, Sainkho Namtchylak - vocals
Sepp Mitterbauer - trumpet
Fritz Novotny, Georg Graf, Mario Rechtern - reeds
Paul Fields - violin
Karl Wilhelm Krbavac - Viola
Mia Zabelka - violin
Reinhard Ziegerhofer - bass
Sunny Murray - drums
Walter Schiefer - percussion
Stefan Bochdansky, Susanna Wilhelmina - voices
Dieter Haspel - director

Recorded live on September 2, 1993 at the Subway Station U3 Westbahnhof in Vienna
Composed by Reform Art Unit


19 March 2021



A contribution by Pablo - by request 

Billy Harper, tenor saxophone
Cecil Bridgwater, trumpet
Calvin Hill, double bass
Max Roach, drums

1. Confirmation 12:18       
2. Giant Steps     8:05   
3. The Profit 7:49       
4. Sunday Afternoon 7:01       
5. Soliloquy 6:17

Recorded 10.6.1978 at the studio Sysmo Records Paris, France.

Fluid Records FLUID 103
(vinyl rip - 96 khz)