8 February 2011

Bill Dixon 1982 (Edizioni Ferrari BD1 - LP, Italy, 1982)

From Ilario's collection.

"This LP was issued in limited numbers (probably 450) at the occasion
of an exhibition of Dixon's paintings at the Ferrari Gallery in Verona,Italy.
The LP was accompanied by a serigraph of Dixon and a copy of the
exhibition catalog. Two series were issued:
1. cover: signed, some with a photo of Dixon attached; unsigned serigraph
2. cover: unsigned; signed and numbered serigraph (series of 400)
The "Relay" pieces stem from a work done in collaboration with dancer/
choreographer Judith Dunn that was performed in its entirety at
Bennington College. The instrumentation was el-b, alto-fl, b-cl, 2 tp, plus
spoken word and dancers.
Dixon selected some of the solo pieces to be released on this LP.
Tracks 1 to 3 also available on "Odyssey".

Rec. 1970 (4-6), 1973 (1-3)

Bill Dixon,trumpet,piano

1. Solo #6 (trumpet) 8'40"
2. Solo #7 (trumpet) 2'36"
3. Solo #8 (trumpet) 11'34"
4. Relay: Dance #1 (trumpet + trumpet) 9'39"
5. Relay: Dance #5 (piano + trumpet) 3'19"
6. Relay: Dance #7 (piano + trumpet) 6'19"

Total Time 42'09"

5. Relay: Dance #5 (piano + trumpet)

22 comments:

riccardo said...
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Arcturus said...

much obliged, thank you!

onxidlib said...

You really have outdone yourself - thank you a myriad times.
I almost can't believe it. I have searched for this rare Bill Dixon since almost twenty years...
Riccardo - THANK YOU!

Wallofsound said...

Very welcome. Thank you

ilariorozen said...

from: http://reocities.com/BourbonStreet/quarter/7055/Dixon/Disko-Dixon.htm#06

6: "BILL DIXON 1982"
Edizioni Ferrari BD1 (LP, Italy, 1982)

1970:
1) Relay: Dance # 1
2) Relay: Dance # 5
3) Relay: Dance # 7
1973:
4) Solo # 6
5) Solo # 7
6) Solo # 8

Bill Dixon: tp, p
(overdubbings: tp/tp on track 1; p/tp on track 3)

rec. 1970 (1-3), 1973 (4-6)

Tracks 1) to 3) also available on "Odyssey".

This LP was issued in limited numbers (probably 450) at the occasion
of an exhibition of Dixon's paintings at the Ferrari Gallery in Verona,
Italy. The LP was accompanied by a serigraph of Dixon and a copy of the
exhibition catalog. Two series were issued:
1. cover: signed, some with a photo of Dixon attached; unsigned serigraph
2. cover: unsigned; signed and numbered serigraph (series of 400)

The "Relay" pieces stem from a work done in collaboration with dancer/choreographer
Judith Dunn that was performed in its entirety at Bennington College. The
instrumentation was el-b, alto-fl, b-cl, 2 tp, plus spoken word and dancers.
Dixon selected some of the solo pieces to be released on this LP.

Note: the labels on the records are reversed!
For inquiries about this LP, please contact Bill Dixon directly.

wightdj said...

Very rare, much appreciated.

Igor said...

Another jaw-dropping post here.
Thanks a million ricardo & ilariorozen.

Anonymous said...

By the oppening of the exibition Dixon did also a litle
solo concert.
My serigraphy is the 27/400
and the cover of my album is a blank one with signature.
No serigraphy was printed on the covers!

ooftü said...

Could someone possibly reup this LP? It would be much appreciated. #5 is killer!

onxidlib said...
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corvimax said...

ollalla! I didnt even know it existe this album
many thanks

ooftü said...

onxidlib, thanks a bunch for the reup but its tellin me the File owner's public traffic exhausted

could you possibly email it?
sandy.witte@gmail.com

ooftü said...

Fixed!
thanks for this one

marte512 said...

@ ooftu. Rapidshare are playing s**** b****** and are operating a maximum download per 24 hours. I have just downloaded it after 2 days of trying. Please try again.

Thank you Onxidlib (and thanks for last friday's radio - was that Zimmermann's Requiem you played? If so which version? My internet connection kept breaking up).

onxidlib said...

@ marte512 - yes it was Zimmermann's Requiem.
You'll find it here:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.de/2013/01/bernd-alois-zimmermann-requiem-fur.html

daniel said...

hi
Bill Dixon has been such a reference for me this days
listen to his albuns and records [soloworks Odyssey more than anyone]

new things by him is something of great value for me
but i could not find link for this one

do you still have it?

[danielgralha@gmail.com]

thanks a lot

onxidlib said...
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onxidlib said...

1fichier

Solomon said...

Thank you so much onxidlib!

Tantris said...

Looking forward to this - thank you.

DW said...

Thanks. And thanks to Riccardo for the original post.

indigonoir said...

Thank you, and thank you again for keeping this link alive! I only now discovered Bill Dixon. How is that for good fortune...