15 June 2012

ERICH KLEINSCHUSTER SEXTET & JOHN SURMAN "VIENNA, JUNE 1969"






Erich Kkleinschuster maybe isn't well know outside Austria and Germany but he's a musician who's played with many better known musicians.
From 1968 to 1970 he made several studio recordings which were never released. Among the featured guests were Dusko Goykovich, Clifford Jordan, Joe Henderson, Karin Krog, Charles Tolliver, Phil Woods, Carmell Jones and John Surman...


IMPORTANT! - The last file (track 6 in the dl) is in fact the first tune (Imaginary Mirror)! The first file is the second tune etc. Exact track timing is given only in the text-file below! Sorry!


ERICH KLEINSCHUSTER SEXTET & JOHN SURMAN "VIENNA, JUNE 1969"


Robert Politzer, trumpet, flugelhorn
Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
Hans Salomon, alto sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet
John Surman, soprano sax, baritone sax
Fritz Pauer, piano
Jimmy Woode, bass
Erich Bachträgl, drums


1. Imaginary Mirror (Kleinschuster)  09:14
2. Flash Point (Surman)              10:05
3. Waltz for G (Kleinschuster)       08:59
4. Mrs. Smith (Surman)               05:24
5. Beginning (Surman)                08:15
6. Blue Note (Surman)                07:44

Recorded June 13, 1969 at Austrophon Studio, Vienna (unreleased studio session).

NOTE: Most collectors list this as June 13 1968, with Rudolf Hansen on bass.
However, the correct details from a copy of the original session log in the possession of a collector,  gives the correct date and personnel as above.

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8 comments:

onxidlib said...

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Quimsy said...

Outstanding - thank u

Wallofsound said...

Thank you.

glmlr said...

Rare indeed! Thank you Onx.

boogieman said...

Thanks onxidlib, a welcome addition to EK's discography. I always liked the double album he recorded for MPS. Very underrated musician outside of Austria and Germany.
Cheers

boogieman said...

Needless to add that the music is superb! Fritz Pauer is one of the great unsung European pianists.The whole band cooks!

onxidlib said...

Hi Boogieman, I've never heard Kleinschuster's album on MPS.
But the music's really cooking. Great contributions from all - rarely heard Fritz Pauer in such an agitated mood.

sunbop said...

thanks looks great