23 May 2014

ALAN SILVA CELESTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS ORCHESTRA "THE SHOUT" (SUN RECORDS, 1978) - re-up




ALAN SILVA CELESTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS ORCHESTRA "THE SHOUT"
(Portrait For A Small Woman)

Georges Menousek, alto saxophone
Georges Gaumont, soprano saxophone
Jo Maka, alto & soprano saxophone
Francois Cotinaud, tenor saxophone, oboe
Luc Le Masne, bass saxophone
Jouk Minor, baritone saxophone, contrabass clarinet
Denis Colin, bass clarinet, octocontra alto-clarinet
Robert Garrison, trumpet
Pierre Sauvageot, trumpet
Bernard Vitet, trumpet
Itaru Oki, trumpet
Adolf Winkler, trombone
Michael Zwerin, trombone
Pierre Faure, flute
Jacques Dolias, violin
Catherine Lienhardt, violin
Bruno Girard, violin
Helene Bass,cello
Pierre Jacquet, bass
Armand Assouline, percussion
Michel Coffi, drums
Muhammad Ali, drums

1. Golden Flower 10:14
2. The Shout 05:51
3. Le Voile Pastel 03:06
4. Ijo 06:33
5. Broadway 09:12
6. Communications 03:15
7. Stepping 02:05

Recorded at Studio Davout, Paris in November, 1978.

SUN RECORDS SEB 003

Soloists on:
Tr.1 Itaru Oki - Jo Maka - Francois Cotinaud - Bernard Vitet
Tr.2 Muhammad Ali
Tr.3 Jo Maka
Tr.4 Denis Colin - Luc Le Masne - Michael Zwerin
Tr.5 Jo Maka - Adolf Winkler
Tr.6 Jouk Minor
Tr.7 Itaru Oki
Note: Luc Le Masne is not listed in the line-up.
He most probably plays some kind of clarinet.

Update (25.08.2013) - Now I know that Le Masne did play bass saxophone and not clarinet.
See his comment below!

13 comments:

onxidlib said...
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SOTISE said...

WOW!..THANK YOU!

Frédito said...

Thank you Onxidlib !

Luc Le Masne (assuming we're speaking of the same person) appears to have a rather diverse musical oeuvre, according to his Wikipédia page :
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luc_Le_Masne

onxidlib said...

Reading the Wikipedia article and doing some extra research (could have done before) I am sure we're talking about the same Luc Le Masne.
I wonder why he wasn't mentioned in the line-up...

serviceton said...

Makes a fantastic double dose here this week of Silva's music.
Thanks much onxidlib .
:o)

wightdj said...

Another Silva treat. Appreciated.

Andrew said...

After downloading Desert Mirage a few days ago this second Silva treat is also too much for me to resist. I can't seem to get enough of this lush, poetic, sprawling, grooving, occasionally chaotic and even tectonic music. Lovely stuff.

Thanks very much for these incredible uploads.

marten512 said...

Glorious music, thank you.

LLM said...

Hey! I'm Luc Le Masne and I played Bass Saxophone in this session.
Though my collaboration is not mentioned in the line-up, this session was a great experience (before this recording we played 3 weeks in La Chapelle des Lombards, Paris). Silva conducting with gestures, half crazy - half genial! LLM

onxidlib said...

Hi Luc Le Masne - sorry for my late reply but I haven't seen your comment earlier.
Thank you for your comment and clarification!

onxidlib said...

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Solomon said...

Thank you.

DW said...

Thanks.