17 December 2008

Creative Construction Company-vol 2(muse lp 5097)


This is for the people requesting it at the 'nine sisters' blog... many thanks to them for the gems they've shared.
The 2nd part of a magnificent concert recorded at the 'peace church' Washington square N.Y.C. on may 19 1970.
the recording was supervised by Ornette Coleman, not released though until some 6 years later.

for me this(and vol 1) is a significant milestone in being the most fully realised document of what Braxton ,Jenkins and Smith were on about at this early stage of their careers.
much better recorded than the earlier lp's recorded in Paris for Byg, this concert is one of the gems of the AACM collective discography.
so its a real surprise that this hasn't been reissued more widely, and that it remains so little heard.

beautiful ...
hope you enjoy it...
see the comments for both lame and flac links, I'll be posting the flacs only ,for volume 1 later tonight.
mp3's for volume 1 are at 'nine sisters' linked on the front page.

CCC vol 2
side A- Muhal part 1
side b- Muhal part 2

Leroy Jenkins-violin, viola little instruments
Anthony Braxton-reeds, percussion
Leo Smith-tpt ,fl hrn, french hrn, perc
Muhal Richard Abrahms-pno, cello , clarinet
Richard Davis-db
Steve Macall-dr

20 comments:

sotise said...

vbr
http://rapidshare.com/files/173891573/crcon_cvol2me.rar

flac
http://rapidshare.com/files/173891570/crcon_com2.zip

ish said...

Thanks so much for this. Really appreciate it.

sotise said...

a pleasure Ish...thanks for your efforts, listen and enjoy!

LYM said...

Hi Sotise, I remember how many marveloous posts You did...but everytime is a new surprise. Heard to part 1 of this concert. I completely agree with You this is a true masterpiece and a cornerstone in post free jazz history. Someone as yet told of the different appreciation and visibility of the AEOC in comparison to CCC. I've just written on another post that Jenkins is in my opinion one of the most overlooked musician of all the so called Chicago School.
Anyway thanks again.
See You LYM

Waso said...

Whoa!
thanks a lot.
- waso

Newk said...

Thanks so much! I don't even have the words to describe how much just the posting of this (let alone the music itself) gave me some inspiration!

Solomon said...

Thank you.

sotise said...

Lym..good to see you here, Jenkins was amazing ..his death is a sad loss... ive always been moved by his music.
along with ccc1 tonight or tommorow im going to post Jenkins solo on indianavigation..

tmorange said...

been looking for these a long time... many thanks sotise!

gregoriograzi said...

once again a jewel! your contributions are both amazing and appreciated by all of us old jazz catz. marvelous!

Juraj said...

I second all of this.

Rev. Dr. Moller. MDMA, THC and BAR. said...

Thanks for both parts of this, I am a great admirer of Braxton and this is a very welcome addition to my collection.

marten512 said...

A sack full of thanks for these posts. A pleasure and an education. They are exactly the sort of music I would have avoided before discovering this blog. Thanks again.

sotise said...

a re-up on Megaupload ,of these same files, by someone else

Creative Construction Company: VOLUME 2 (Muse, 1977)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=33QMW7XA


(flac + cover scans)

thanks GR..!

Construction Companies said...

Someone as yet informed of the different admiration and exposure of the AEOC.

Construction Companies

Anonymous said...

a re-up of these would be greatly appreciated. I have searched the web to the best of my ability without finding a reissue. Oh yes indeed, Leroy Jenkins had the chops. msj

kinabalu said...

New link:

1fichier

Anonymous said...

Thank you. What a wonderful surprise. Well worth the wait. So many reasons to love this blog. msj

DW said...

sotise, kinabalu, thank you!

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