30 November 2009

HJT Trio - Live in Milan '82


This trio was a benchmark for the French jazz scene at the
end of the seventies.
Humair, in particular, may be considered one of the great
innovators among the European jazz drummers.

Rec. live at "Teatro Ciak", Milan, Italy, on November 1st, 1982
(mics recording)

Francois Jeanneau,tenor & soprano saxophones
Henri Texier,bass
Daniel Humair,drums

1. Track #1 (12:25)
2. Track #2 (12:21)
3. Track #3 (10:46)
4. Track #4 (11:27)

Total Time 47:00

5 comments:

riccardo said...

mp3 (107 MB) :
http://rapidshare.com/files/314018692/HJTT__Milan_82_mp3.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/314032936/HJTT__Milan_82_mp3.part2.rar

flac (315 MB) :
http://rapidshare.com/files/314051000/HJTT_Milan_82_flac.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/314060210/HJTT_Milan_82_flac.part2.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/314067489/HJTT_Milan_82_flac.part3.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/314069646/HJTT_Milan_82_flac.part4.rar

kinabalu said...

Thanks for this, riccardo. I thought I should mention that we have posted Francois Jeanneau before, namely here as he was on the first Francois Tusques record, "Free Jazz" back in 1965

Eric/KMB Jazz said...

Just picked up a copy of Jeanneau's 1976 record, Gentle Touch. J.-F. Jenny Clark, Aldo Romano & Grailler are the band. If there's interest, I can rip a copy and post it here.

kinabalu said...

Eric,

for sure! Use the email in my blogger profile if you need any advice on how to do it.

Eric/KMB Jazz said...

Kinablu-

Just was doing some research and apparently this was reissued on Emarcy in 2006 or 2005 and it remains in print, so no uploading, even though it's pretty steep ($25 on Amazon). Great playing from Jenny-Clark and Jeanneau on soprano, though, even if Romano sounds a bit bored. My copy was only $4, so perhaps a vinyl copy can be had for not much more...