26 October 2012

EJE THELIN "ACOUSTIC SPACE" (EMI/ODEON, 1970)





About two years ago I heard for the first time a collaboration between Joachim Kühn and Eje Thelin.
Since then I was keen to hear more from them - my appreciation goes to Nick once again for providing us with a rip!
More from Thelin & Kühn you'll find here and there

....who will release it once again?



EJE THELIN  "ACOUSTIC SPACE"


Eje Thelin, trombone
Joachim Kühn, piano, alto saxophone
Adelhard Roidinger, bass
John O'Payne, drums


A1. Piece 1  (07:13)
A2. Piece 2  (11:26)
B1. Piece 3  (07:56)
B2. Piece 4  (11:32)


Recorded at EMI Studios, Stockholm, Sweden, April 30th, 1970.

EMI – 4E 062-34180, ODEON – 4E 062-34180

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17 comments:

onxidlib said...
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Nick said...

Thanks for the re-up of In Paris, too

birin said...

Un bellissimo regalo per non perdere la memoria di questo grande trombonista . Grazie 1000 anche per Paris e Monday Morning!!!

Wallofsound said...

Ta

SOTISE said...

A GREAT LISTEN !.. Thank you...

wightdj said...

Appreciated, thanks.

Peter said...

I was thinking of Thelin's work the other day - his journey to free and onwards.

Thx a lot for this - looks sweet!

Solomon said...

I've been wanting to hear this for a while. Thank you!

glmlr said...


Can anyone tell us more about Adelhard Roidinger? Not much seems to be known about him. I always assumed he was/is East German. I have his mysterious ECM “Schattseite” release, plus the recordings he made in the 70’s with Anthony Braxton, Karl Berger and a few other well-known Germans. Beyond that, I draw a blank.


Alfie Cooke said...

Can this be re-upped?
Alfie

onxidlib said...

YEs Alfie - a few days will bear fruit ;-)

onxidlib said...

...days are getting shorter - somehow...
1Fichier

Nick said...


From trying to fit in all Sikes's requests?

onxidlib said...

Fortunately not - not yet at least

Alfie Cooke said...

Huge thanks for this
Alfie

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

the bassist roidinger is a fave since i heard him with braxton/oxley and hauser/leimgruber around the same time (thank you werner x. "people need 30-40 years to get into new sounds/music" uehlinger!). interesting to hear him early on. was, like barry guy, trained as an architect. has been cooped up in the linz bruckner university teaching and writing treatises, i gather, more than venturing out to perform.
thanks for the first pinning-up of this, for which i was regrettably silent.

sikes said...

A Huge thanks for this and apologies if i am making too many requests, i shall take it a little easier