20 July 2008

New Movements in jazz (Nederlands radio transcription service 87.073/076) disc 2, Ernst Glerum's -New Klookabilities ,FLAC and LAME





FROM THE LINER NOTES..
"Ernst Glerum (b.1955) is a bass player with one of the best Dutch orchestras: J. C TANS and THE ROCKETS, and also composes much of the band’s material. The quality of this and other work caused the NOS to invite his composition for the 1986 Festival. Glerum chose to write for an eleven piece orchestra, the members of which were brought together especially for the occasion. The resulting music was a wonderful combination of traditional music forms and playing techniques and contemporary improvised music. The band consisted of: 1 trumpet, 1 trombone, 1 tuba, 3 reeds, piano, electric guitar, bass and two drummers. Glerum added to these already manifold talents of composer, leader and basist, by playing a minature electric organ, the Philicorda, which had been marketed for home use some years before and which under the magic touch of Glerum emitted some splendidly silly sounds. To emphasize the traditional element within the music Glerum called the band New Klookabilities, a name derived from “KLOOK” the nickname of the late Kenny Clarke."


Michael Moore Clarinet/altosaxaphone
Sean Bergin altosaxaphone
Frank Nielander alto-/tenorsaxaphone
Horst Grabosch trumpet
Walter Wierbos trombone
Larry Fishkind tuba
Michiel Braam piano/celesta
Jorg Lehnardt guitar
Ernst Glerum bass/philicorda/leader/composer
Han Bennink drums/percussion
Peter Prommel percussion



Side AGirofonetica 28’14”
- Swolch 17’35”
- Fly-over 10’38”
Side BGyrodrome 7’05”
Do the Pip/
Mob the Mob 6’10”
Gyroscope 5’33”
All compositions by Ernst Glerum
Recorded on August 21st, 1986 at the Meervaart in Amsterdam

8 comments:

sotise said...

LAME VBR
http://rapidshare.com/files/130857305/nmj_nklookmp.zip

FLAC
http://rapidshare.com/files/130857292/ERNGLER_NEWKLOOK.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/130857290/ERNGLER_NEWKLOOK.part2.rar

folly for to see what said...

Hi Sotise,
This looks great. Some of my dutch favourites. Good way to finish this weekend! Glerum is great, and his versatility for all "contexts" is terrific!

Thank you for this and the last posts!

Wallofsound said...

Great band; wonderful music. I really enjoyed this one. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

i second wallofsound, this is excellent. thank you! -MB

sotise said...

thank you folly for all the fine mengelberg concerts.

Anonymous said...

Another thanks!, if I may

MisterBeefy said...

Great band, thanks for sharing this.

ampnoise said...

I've just listed my MINT- copy of this box set on eBay:

New Movements In Jazz 4-LP box set on eBay