11 March 2011

Horace Tapscott - Petrillo Music Shell, Grant Park, Chicago IL


1993-09-12 FM Broadcast
Petrillo Music Shell, Grant Park, Chicago IL
1. Introduction by Arthur Hoyle
2. ONE FOR LATELY
3. Band introductions
4. THE BLACK APOSTLES
5. SANDY AND NILES
6. Tapscott Interview with Neil Tesser
Horace Tapscott - piano
Arthur Blythe - alto sax
Teddy Edwards - tenor sax
Michael Session - baritone sax
Oscar Brasheer - trumpet
Thurman Green - trombone
Roberto Miguel Miranda - bass
Fritz Wise - drums

13 comments:

gsrbrts2 said...

FLAC:

http://www.multiupload.com/S5QU244KCR

Wallofsound said...

Wonderful. Thanks, Gus. Very much looking forward to listening to this.

joesh said...

Fantastic posting and very apt as I'm just reading 'The Dark Tree' by Steve Isoardi at this moment, Of course they discuss these recordings (among others) throughout this wonderful book.

Gerald said...

Hi, Thanks for the great music. The first music track cuts out rather abruptly, right in the middle of a blazing solo. Is there a complete version of this track?
Jerry

Gerald said...

Hi, Again, Actually when I play the concert EVERY track breaks off before it really ends. It is quite frustrating, considering how scorching the music is.
Jerry

gsrbrts2 said...

Gerald, I'm sorry you are having problems with this post. The original material is intact, so I downloaded my links and had no trouble listening to all the tracks, except for the interview which stops abruptly.

Best, GUS

JC said...

Thanks very much for the fast repost and fix.

These files work fine as far as I can tell. I would note there is a short intro/discussion in here as Track 5 that goes before Track 5 in the accompanying set list, so there are 7 tracks here, with the ones noted as Tracks 5 and 6 in the text actually being 6 and 7.

Great music.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this... will try to be better at commenting in future...

gdgm+

Gerald said...

I installed the latest VLC player and the music plays just fine now. It is really special. Thanks.

Jerry

farosanderson said...

D/l'd this some time ago but have only gotten round to listening (my loss). This is a terrific concert and well recorded. Thank you gsrbts2 for posting this and apologies for the delay in acknowledging your effort.

Anonymous said...

Can someone reupload this?
Thanks
Jazzer3ogun

francisco santos said...

now is the time for getting this one alive...
THX!...

francisco santos said...

ask again anyone, re post
P.S. Arthur Blythe remembered forever...
THX!...