11 November 2011

WILLEM BREUKER/ICP "MY BABY HAS GONE TO THE SCHOUWBURG" (CJP, 1971)






About eight minutes music - the half of it with Willem Breuker (he's written the tune) and members of the ICP - yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep!




WILLEM BREUKER/ICP "MY BABY HAS GONE TO THE SCHOUWBURG" (CJP, 1971)


Han Bennink, drums
Willem Breuker, saxophone, vocals
Willem van Manen, trombone, vocals
Kees Klaver, trumpet
Michel Waisvisz, putney-synthesizer, mouthharp
Maarten van Regteren Altena, bass

1. My Baby Has Gone To The Schouwburg

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Gus Willemse, bass guitar
Hans Waterman, drums
Tom Barlage, saxophone
William Ennes, ?

2. Divergence

Recorded on July 12, 1972 at Studio van de Water, Baarn.

CJP (Flexi Disc) (1971) [Sonopresse – SHOL 1488]
Flexi-disc, 5", 33 RPM

(flexible-rip).

10 comments:

onxidlib said...
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Lucky said...

heard side a on breuker's compilation-cd "de onderste steen", which he had compiled for the entr'acte magazine. according to the booklet (and seconded in the icp book "the instant composers pool 30 years") it was recorded on july 12, 1972 at studio van de water, baarn.

from the cd-booklet:

"My Baby has gone to the Schouwburg was written in 1972 to promote the Cultural Youth Passport (a card that gives discounts to young people for cultural events). It was distributed throughout the Netherlands among high school students as a free plastic record with a lifespan of three plays at best."

and side b? well...

waggadventure.com said...

I think you have the date wrong...or someone does. The version released on a compilation CD on Entr'acte several years ago, from 1972 (see http://wbk.home.xs4all.nl/disco70-74_WB.html item D36).

onxidlib said...

Thank you Lucky and Waggadventure for your corrections.

To be honest - I hoped someone would help me with better informations than I had!! ;)

-Otto- said...

Crap! Link is dead. Any chance of a re-up? TIA

onxidlib said...
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-Otto- said...

Yeah! Thanks for the new link.

Pretty impressive quality for a flexi-disc. Breuker is very Breuker, and the flip side is very 70s.

Anonymous said...

Re-up please? Thank you.

onxidlib said...

1fichier

Anonymous said...

Thank you kindly.