30 November 2011

ALTENA-BAILEY-DAY-HONSINGER-HORSTHUIS "K'PLOENG" (CLAXON, 1977)







This excellent LP was already on my to do list for IS - but Nick was quicker! So I used his rip and pictures.
Thanks again Nick!





ALTENA-BAILEY-DAY-HONSINGER-HORSTHUIS "K'PLOENG"



Maarten van Regteren Altena, double bass, cigar box, violoncello
Derek Bailey, electric and acoustic guitar
Terry Day, percussion, mandoline, balloons, toys, clarinet
Tristan Honsinger, violoncello
Maurice Horsthuis, viola
Michel Waisvisz, crackle box


1. Maarten Van Regteren Altena, cello, cigar box, bass; Derek Bailey, electric guitar:

Marmite (10:47); recorded on 17 December 1977 at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.


2. Maarten Van Regteren Altena, bass; Derek Bailey, electric guitar; Terry Day, percussion; Tristan Honsinger, cello; Maurice Horsthuis, viola:

Omelette a la valse (07:41); recorded on 16 December 1977 at Waagtheater, Delf.


3. Maarten Van Regteren Altena, bass; Derek Bailey, electric and acoustic guitars; Terry Day, mandoline, percussion; Maurice Horsthuis, viola:

Peultjes (03:57); recorded on 17 December 1977 in Vlissingen.


4. Terry Day, balloons, toys, percussion; Michel Waisvisz, crackle box, hawaiszguitar:

Lady of the prunes (09:56); recorded on 14 December 1977 at Oosterpoort, Groningen.


5. Maarten Van Regteren Altena, bass; Derek Bailey, electric guitar; Terry Day, clarinet; Tristan Honsinger, cello; Maurice Horsthuis, viola; Michel Waisvisz, crackle box, electric miniharp:

Met mes en vork (06:43); recorded on 17 December 1977 in Vlissingen.


6. Maarten Van Regteren Altena, bass; Terry Day, toys, mandoline, percussion:

Banana split (03:59); recorded on 16 December 1977 at Waagtheater, Delf.


CLAXON 78.2

(lp rip)

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13 comments:

wightdj said...

Very fine, thanks.

sotise said...

thank you!

Lucky said...

thanks nick and onxidlib! i'm eager to listen to this music in the quality of nick's other rips - a welcome upgrade of a contribution paramo of the la folie du jour made at psychic hut more than 2 years ago in 224-mp3's.

SOTISE said...

yes indeed , superb record ... nick we love's ya

candle mambo said...

Hi folks,

Thanks a lot for all your great work, I really appreciate it.

Just wanted to point out a mistake in the track order of the files: I believe side A & side B are flipped.
Track A1 'Marmite' should be an Altena/Bailey duo, but in this rip it is a Day/Waisvisz duo (which is actually track B1 'Lady of the prunes').
Same thing with track 13 & B3 and so on.

So I think we just have to change the sides of our 'virtual/digital' LP :)

Thanks again and best regards!

Lucky said...

now - at least one guy is really paying attention!! it's really like you said - just reverse track names from side a to b, and vice versa. thanks for clarification, candle mambo. :)

onxidlib said...

My mistake - sorry!
Should have listened to Nick's rip - I have my own fine rip and greatly appreciated the opportunity to use Nick's already prepared one (flac + cover minus the text file which is mine). Therefore I missed the discrepancy between the sequence of the flacs and the text file... {:(

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Aonghus McEvoy said...

Excellent!
Thank you

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

thanks to onxidlib & nick for previous rippage/postage (treasure the music) and to requester and onxidlib for getting me to happen back in here to express thanks for said previous, and to glance at that cover art, favorite of mine. Gets me everytime. :-)

DW said...

Nick, onxidlib, thanks!!