10 February 2011

Phillip Wilson Trio plus Guests - Live in Rome '79

Just following the previous onxidlib's post, here Luther Thomas is
involved in a jam with the P.Wilson Trio and other two members
of the Human Arts Ensemble (J.Bowie and D.Mixon), in Rome in
those days.

Rec. live at "Centro Jazz St.Louis", Rome, Italy, on March 25, 1979
(mix recording)

Phillip Wilson,drums
Olu Dara,trumpet
Donald Smith,piano,flute,vocal
Joseph Bowie,trombone (3-5)
Darrell Mixon,bass (3-5)
Luther Thomas,alto sax (4-5)

1. Track #1 (14:17)
2. Track #2 (05:43)
3. Track #3 (13:40)
4. Track #4 (17:08)
5. Track #5 (13:46)

Total Time 1:04:37

2. Track #2


riccardo said...

mp3 (142 MB)

flac (400 MB)

Anonymous said...

Grazie, Riccardo!

Wallofsound said...

These are very welcome guests.

matt w said...

This is nice, very loose and relaxed.

There isn't a lot of Phillip Wilson available as leader, is there? All I know is that one trio with Johnny Dyani and Leo Smith.

glmlr said...

Matt W:

In addition to the "Fruits" LP you mentioned, on Circle 14778 with Dyani and Smith, there are also two other well-known Phillip Wilson LP's: "Esoteric" on Hat Hut Q (a duet with Olu Dara) and "Live at Moers Festival" on Moers 01062 (with Dara, Frank Lowe and Fred Williams), from 1977 and 1978 respectively.

Boromir said...

A real gem! Many thanks.

longbranch said...

Beautiful. Thanks! Looking forward to hearing it.

Igor said...

Beautiful share, riccardo.
Many thanks.

Phillip Wilson is a co-leader in another duet album from 1978 with Lester Bowie, under very inspiring title "Duet".

kinabalu said...

Absolutely. I have it and recommend it fully.

serviceton said...

Large thanks riccardo !
Your vault goes on and on - if not forever, then for miles and miles . . .
Have always loved Philip Wilson's drumming, and his "Trio + Guests" sound like they're having fun here.
Dig Donald Smith (Lonnie Liston's brother) and his bedroom slow-burn tribute to 'his laydee' - track 2 here. !!

serviceton said...

Igor: " Phillip Wilson is a co-leader in another duet album from 1978 with Lester Bowie, under very inspiring title "Duet". "
kinabalu: I have it and recommend it fully.

On Paul Bley's IAI label, happily (amazingly?) highly available


+2 recommended

Igor said...

Thanks for the tip, serviceton, but currently I'm not able to pay $ 100 for a single CD.

JC said...

Thanks again.

jdogg said...

Please re-up. The link is leading to the iLivid download manager instead of the music files. Thanks.

francisco santos said...

also asking for re post, please ...

bhowani bhowani said...

And because Xmas is coming...(lol)