27 October 2007

DAVID MURRAY- LOW CLASS CONSPIRACY 1976 (ADELPHI LP 5002) FLAC and LAME


HERES A CONTINUATION of posts of OOP early david murray, this is a great one murray is phenomenal on this considering he was barely out of his teens.
and fred hopkins and phillip wilson, are simply unique one of the best rythm sections around at the time in this very free setting.
this features the definative version of deweys circle,a tune murray apparently still occasionally plays.
i disagree strongly that the tunes are unmemorable.
ripped to FLAC and VBR MP3
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heres a review by scott yanow
This LP contains tenor saxophonist David Murray's first full-length album as a leader. At 21, Murray already had remarkable technique and these explorations with bassist Fred Hopkins and drumer Phillip Wilson are quite adventurous. The opening "Extremininity" is an intense unaccompanied tenor feature, Hopkins takes "Dedication to Jimmy Garrison" as his showcase and the other three pieces are full of interplay by the full trio. None of the compositions themselves are that memorable and some listeners may find Murray's screams and screeches (which he would modify a bit in later years) to be a bit too emotional, but this was a strong first effort.
WE ARE MISSING THE NOW VERY RARE "LIVE AT THE PEACE CHURCH" CAN ANYONE HELP OUT(AT A DECENT BITRATE)
MORE TO COME

13 comments:

sotise said...

FLAC
http://rapidshare.com/files/65681062/lwcssconfl.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/65688272/lwcssconfl.part2.rar

mp3 vbr 256-320
http://rapidshare.com/files/65695694/lwclsscn_mp3.zip

jeff said...

Outstanding. Thank you. I love D Murray and I haven't heard this one. And I'm equally excited about the Air album. I've read a bunch about them and have been looking for their discs for years but I've never found one. and thank you for posting them MP3 too. Can't wait to check these out. what a way to kick off monday morning.

Frédito said...

Hi Sotise,

Never heard this one, thank you. Looking forward to this one and the Air too. I'll try to listen soon so I can give my impressions and thank you properly

Cheers

wallofsound said...

I always enjoy your posts. Good to see you have turned to Murray. You'll be lucky to find a copy of Peace Church. It’s one of only three Murray LPs I haven't been able to track down for a decent price. One ebay seller has a copy for $40 plus $15 postage to the uk. If I could get $30 in subscriptions I’d buy it and post it for everyone! Let me know if you need any others.

If any of you is interested in Murray and you have a few hours on your hands how about reading my posts on Murray and his music at http://wallofsound.wordpress.com/david-murray/

sotise said...

thanks for your comments
this has always been a favourite of mine.
hopkins and phillip wilson could play with anyone and make it sound good.
but murray of course is one of the greats.

wall of sound, thanks for your feedback...
i read your blog and shall link it soon.
do you have david murrays horo albums which were solo.
i would be happy to chip in to buy live at the peace church.
you and i could go dutch.
and you could send me a lossless copy along with a photo of the artwork.
shall we do it..
ive been looking for that for years
contact me here
dipmong@hotmail.com

if anyone else wants to chip in
please...

genezyp said...

Murray's output is so mixed it's sometimes hard to come to terms with how his records become duller instead of gaining sparks. It seems the abilities he got as a youngster, all those Aylerish squeaks and Webster-Shepp kind of attitude towards the blues feel a lot more fresh on his earlier discs. Afterwards, there's too much repetition, and even his bandmates, though most of them are stars in their own right, frequently perform below their level.
That said, it's nice to have another of David's early albums. I would very much like him to freshen up and act again as this freaky, forceful young fellow he's once been.
Thanks.

brian said...

could you repost this one, please!

kinabalu said...

New links:

Mega

RS

Anonymous said...

many thanks for the new links to this one and to few other Murray's records, Kinabalu!
(seems new mega works fine, i like it better than it's old version)
by the way, it would be great to get "Last of the Hipmen" too, if this possible...

Igor

kinabalu said...

@Igor: That's more than possible! I'll have it up soon

-Otto- said...

Thanks, sotise, for the original post, and thanks as well to kinabalu for the re-up!

Anonymous said...

This has always been one of my favorite David Murray albums. As I no longer have a working turntable I haven't heard it in years. Many thanks for the Mega link; Rapidshare is virtually unusable these days with a 5-6kbps download speed for free users.

-Brian

Javier Roz said...

Great! I love these early Murray albums. Thanks kinabalu!