14 August 2008

Maarten Altena octet with Dagmar Krause (new movements in jazz, netherlands radio transcription lp BOX 87.073/076) disc 4




hey ,having some problems with volume 3 of this set so heres the final volume..possibly the most adventurous grouping in the set.
though Dagmar's vocals wont thrill everyone , ( me im an old Henry Cow/ art bears fan).

enjoy!!!

info- personnel

new movements in jazz
radio netherlands transcription service lp87.073/076
disc 4

Program 4
Maarten Altena Octet
Special guest Dagmar Krause (vocals)

George Lewis trombone
Wolter Wierbos trombone
Paul Termos altosaxophone
Peter van Bergen tenorsaxophone
Maartje ten Hoom violin
Guus Janssen piano
Maarten Altena double-bass/leader/composer
Michael Vatcher drums

Side A 23’02”
Schor (Husky) 8’22
Improvisation 7’45
Goody two-shoes 6’03

Side B 26’51
Improvisation and
Points Congealing 8’22
Haai (shark) 4’05
The Feathers and
Klaroen (Clarion) 9’13
Uncle Jimmy’s 4’05

All compositions by Maarten Altena
Recorded on September 27th 1985 at the Meervaart
In Amsterdam


13 comments:

sotise said...

new movements in jazz
radio netherlands transcription service lp87.073/076
disc 4

Program 4
Maarten Altena Octet
Special guest Dagmar Krause (vocals)

George Lewis trombone
Wolter Wierbos trombone
Paul Termos altosaxophone
Peter van Bergen tenorsaxophone
Maartje ten Hoom violin
Guus Janssen piano
Maarten Altena double-bass/leader/composer
Michael Vatcher drums

Side A 23’02”
Schor (Husky) 8’22
Improvisation 7’45
Goody two-shoes 6’03

Side B 26’51
Improvisation and
Points Congealing 8’22
Haai (shark) 4’05
The Feathers and
Klaroen (Clarion) 9’13
Uncle Jimmy’s 4’05

All compositions by Maarten Altena
Recorded on September 27th 1985 at the Meervaart
In Amsterdam

LAME ,80 MEG
http://rapidshare.com/files/137168088/MAALT_OCTNMJZZ4MP3.zip

FLAC, 260 MEG
http://rapidshare.com/files/137168093/NW_MOUVJZZ4.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/137168094/NW_MOUVJZZ4.part2.rar

Anonymous said...

what an interesting lineup, i can't wait to hear this. thanks! -mb

Volkan Terzioglu said...

Sotise,
Thank you very much, listening to the music right now and admiring the compositional and improvisational aspects :).
Anyone heard of anything what Altena doing for the last decade?
best,
volkan

Frank Wells said...

Hello, and thank you for this one. Big fan of Wierbos.

One question/humble request (hopefully not too misplaced here): Would it be possible to re-up the share of Cecil Taylor's Nuits de la Fondation Maeght set from CN9 days? My file became corrupted (maybe my fault somehow?)

At any rate, I'm long overdue for my thanks to this blog. Great stuff -- particularly the John Carter post(s) from some time back. I'm always surprised with every new share.

1009 said...

I can probably up that Cecil pretty soon if nobody beats me to it. I think it's at 192, the standard at the ol' Church.

1009 said...

Here's the Cecil requested above:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=PZCKJI6C


I think this might have been glmlr's rip? Dunno, it was a while ago. Sounds good anyhow.

kinabalu said...

sotise,

might have a little Henry Cow/Slapp Happy up my sleeve, you never know ...

sotise said...

kinabalu.. that would be great..
ive got a couple of h.cow boot's i could rip.. i dont listen to that stuff all that much anymore but enjoy it immensely when i do.

volkan , frank w... glad you enjoyed this... and altena is still making records as far as i know..V.

1009 ,thanx for the re up.

Anonymous said...

thx for this, dipm! wonderful combination, and krause is certainly a unique voice which i got used to like.

lucky

sotise said...

lucky..good to hear from you...hope to see you re appear from the ether ,with a new blog soon..let me know eh
m

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

Frank Wells said...

A long, long overdue thanks to 1009 for the Taylor re-up.

I'm sorry for what has happened here lately. This is a great blog, and I hope I've posted my thanks enough.

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