16 July 2008

TTT featuring A.R. Penck "TTT Live! Konzert Basel" (ca. 1984, not cat. number) FLAC & MP3-320

Next number is our Penck series, this one features Frank Lowe & Louis Moholo (side B only).

Info from Rick Lopez's discography :

TTT featuring A.R. Penck: TTT Live! Konzert Basel

no issue # (LP) (SW) --issue # of "A 0022" is given by some sources, but is not seen anywhere on the recording itself.

ca. 1984 / Museum Für Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Switzerland
  1. First Gig Studio Fawe Street
  2. What about JAZZ today!
A. R. Penck (fender piano, drums)
Heinz Wollny (bass)
Frank Wollny (guitar)
Frank Lowe (tenor sax)
Louis Moholo (drums)

* Penck is credited w/ drums on front cover, piano on back.



nad3170 said...
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centrifuge said...

thanks pierre - for this, for the pix and for all these rarities generally, i haven't found time to download them all yet - !

Anonymous said...

great post thank you. has anybody got any concert by julius hemphill jah band? cheers anders

Anonymous said...

Oh i found out that i was missing this LP (and its does not appears on the TTT (Triple Trip Touch) catalogue
:-( well i mus get it on your digital form ... thanks.

& here is the annonced Rick Lopez discography


Info is important to :-)

karhann said...

have two original LP in vinyl from A.R.Penck
1.Le Mur de Saint Etienne
2.What about Jazz today
First big studio Fawestreet

If interested contact me

luomosa said...

thank you so much nad3170 for this one

luomosa said...

yes karhann I am interested in the 2 TTT you have... will you up them somewhere? thank you

wightdj said...

I am really enjoying all these ARP sessions. Thanks.

Vanderbrötz said...

Can you reupload please

kinabalu said...

New link:


francisco santos said...


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correct silence said...

To bad there are much surface noise particularly on the b side. A lp in better conditions would be great.

Nick said...

Another rip



correct silence said...

Before discovering this lp I have never been really interested by the music of TTT, but my first listen of this one makes me change my mind. So Nick your new post with a perfect lp is much appreciated. I like very much the electric feeling of this music, a kind of free jazz rock in a way.