28 November 2012

MARION BROWN - GUNTER HAMPEL "GESPRÄCHSFETZEN" (CALIG, 1968)




I got this rip from Nick already in January - finally for you to enjoy a shred of early Free Jazz made in Europe.
The title "Gesprächsfetzen" means shreds of conversation.



 MARION BROWN - GUNTER HAMPEL  "GESPRÄCHSFETZEN"


Marion Brown, alto saxophone
Gunter Hampel, vibraphone, bass clarinet
Ambrose Jackson, trumpet
Buschi Niebergall, bass
Steve McCall, drums



A1. Exhibit A                                             02:55   
A2. Gesprächsfetzen                                     15:00   
B1. Babudah                                             07:30   
B2. Tomorrow Is The Beginning Of The End Of Yesterday     03:20   
B3. Aba                                                     06:30


Recorded live at Modernes Theater München,
Munich, Germany, September 20, 1968.

CALIG  CAL 30601


22 comments:

onxidlib said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/1135802113/Gespraechsfetzen.rar

As far as I understand the new rules at RS - download is limited to 30GB each day.
Probably older links which are delivered as "rapidshare" won't work with a click only. You have to copy the link and paste it.

Feedback welcome.

Rev. Dr. Moller. MDMA, THC and BAR. said...

Thank you very much, download worked fine for me.

glmlr said...

I've had this album for decades without ever having learned what the title meant. Thanks Onx.

kinabalu said...

I can't download this at the moment, due to the new 30 gb cap, but I'll check back later.

Andy said...

'Download not available
File owner's public traffic exhausted.'
That's what it's telling me. I gather that free users (not me) have a 1gb per day limit.

bventure said...

Download working fine for me - and at high speed, not the usual 30kb/s (via JDownloader)! Which is a relief, as I'm able to thank you profusely for this excellent post, a Marion Brown album I don't have.

marten512 said...

Thank you Onxidlib.
Perhaps the new Rapidshare rules just mean a degree of patience.

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for this. I've been listening to Gunter Hampel since 'The 8th Of July, 1969' in 1977. His recordings are really hard to find (and expensive). And rare as hell on the web, so this IS a treat! Anything else you may be able to share with us would be very much appreciated. I have all that your site already offers. As for Rapidshare: 'fun'n' games, my friends, fun 'n' games'.

-Brian

lee said...

Wonderful album. Followed the next year by "In Sommerhausen," with I believe has an identical lineup. My files were good, but I'm pleased to have upgraded artwork. Thanks!

Anonymous said...



Thank you O. & N.
For me, any Marion Brown upgrade
is always welcome.Very good also
the rip of "Le temps fou".

About RS...well, after all, it's
just another (swiss) bank.

Horatiu

reservatory said...

Many thanks for the unheard Marion!

sandor essedy said...

thanks for this upgrade.

Bill said...

No trouble downloading. Thanks for the upgrade.

1009 said...

Thanks so much! Nice to see some of MB's work coming out in "proper" (hopefully licensed etc.?) editions these days, particularly the Impulse two-fer that came out a year or two back.

klakadak said...

Thank you very much, Onxidlib! BTW, rs worked fine for me. And very fast. (I'm registered free user.)

unitstructure said...

thanks for sharing this.MB was a unique leader.interesting to hear an early meeting of american and european improvisors.

Anonymous said...

many thanks, Oxidlib. This is much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

could any kind soul re-up this in flac ?

onxidlib said...

Try to do soon---------

onxidlib said...

1fichier

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

Anonymous said...

thank you thank you thank you