16 February 2013

TED CURSON QUARTET "URGE" (FONTANA, 1966)




TED CURSON QUARTET  "URGE"

Ted Curson, trumpet, pocket trumpet
Booker Ervin, tenor saxophone
Jimmy Woode, bass
Edgar Bateman, drums

1. Roy's Boys                    14:21
2. You Don't Know What Love Is   06:10
3. Cinq QUartre                  07:45
4. Musis Scarum                  08:15
5. The Leopard                   08:03
6. Latino                        10:36

All compositions by Ted Curson except track 2 > D.Raye/De Paul.

Recorded on May 13, 1966 in Baarn, Netherlands.

FONTANA 883 910 JCY

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18 comments:

onxidlib said...
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gilhodges said...

Never seen this one before! (The result of so many visits to Inconstant Sol.) Thank you.

boogieman said...

I remember seeing it ages ago in Belgium, would have loved to hear it but RS has become pointless ...File owner's public traffic exhausted. (da3c7b74)

milo temesvar said...

no more available?

BzzR said...

Yes available just after midnight here in France...& it's worth it...thanks

onxidlib said...

Come on - now everyone could know that Rapidshare has a 50 GB cap.
I tried it a minute ago and the link is working....Enjoy!

milo temesvar said...

Thank you, it is a long time that I looked for these recordings

wightdj said...

Good one, my vinyl copy is worn out. Thanks.

Hookfinger said...

Droppin' a thanks for this one! Swing on, brother!

Baron said...

Thanks Onxidlib - good post

grumpy said...

Many thanks, a very welcome upgrade.

francisco santos said...

can you re post, please (if it's not printed again)...rare one nevertheless....
Big THX (once more)!.....

onxidlib said...

1fichier

francisco santos said...

fantastic my friend !....
i am very touch by your kindness...
Big THX !....(again & again)

indigonoir said...

And another BIG thank you for re-posting onxidlib (and to francisco for asking). I always wanted to hear this album.

Anonymous said...

I have always enjoyed Booker Ervin recordings, and he pairs very well with Ted Curson on some Savoy sides. Never saw this one before. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

what sustenance you provide ! a million thanks for your dedication and effoert. from a starvin man in a bleak place.

piergj said...

i have some vinyls from Curson, all recently rediscovered thanking the great Mingus, thiis one is very hard to find