14 December 2016

JEANNE LEE ‎– CONSPIRACY (SEEDS RECORDS, EARTHFORM RECORDS, 1975)



I have listened to this many more times since the last post, but the transition in Sundance from the spoken-word poem to the dance between Jack Gregg's bass and Jeanne Lee's vocal is still spine-tingling.


A1. Sundance
A2. Yeh Come T' Be
A3. Jamaica
A4. Subway Couple

B1. The Miracle
B2. Your Ballad
B3. Angel Chile
B4. Conspiracy


Allan Praskin, clarinet (B2)
Perry Robinson, clarinet (B2)
Mark Whitecage, alto clarinet (B2)
Jack Gregg, bass
Steve McCall, drums
Gunter Hampel, flute, piano, vibraphone, alto and bass clarinet
Sam Rivers, soprano and tenor saxophone, flute
Marty Cook, trombone (B2)

Ensemble tracks recorded by George Klabin, Sound Ideas Studio, New York, February 1974.

Solo tracks and mix by Jan Rathbun, Blue Rock Studio and Good Vibration Studio, April and May 1974.

Seeds Records 5, Earthform Records - 814

Vinyl Rip

21 comments:

øשlqæda said...

desert island status. thx fer upgrade

Anonymous said...

much gratitude

kinabalu said...

Very nice seeing this one here. People may not be aware of earlier Jeanne Lee postings, so please check for Jeanne Lee in the list of artists in the right column.

serviceton said...

Grand ! Many thanks Nick

Anonymous said...

Lee is one of my favorite jazz vocalists and "Conspiracy" is pretty strong stuff, thanks much, Nick!

Igor

TinyRonin said...

Absolute THANKS for this enormous record.

flat5 said...

Finally something with Allan Praskin.
Wish he played more on the record.

SOTISE said...

beautiful, thank you!!

Bender said...

Another MP3 bites the dust! Thanks!

Brush&Stick said...

Thank you, Jeanne Lee is one of the greatest!

Anonymous said...

I've been listening to Jeanne Lee, through her recordings with Gunter Hampel, since I bought "8th Of July, 1969" in 1973. I don't think I've ever come across mention of "Conspiracy" before. Many thanks for this.

-Brian

loriartx said...

any chance of a re up still reeling from blasé

soul said...

please please please (to quote JB) can you re up this?? I was so bummed out that the 2 links are dead.

definitivegaze said...

re up please - discovered jeanne lee years ago when she made the record with maldron - don't know her other stuff very well

Nick said...


AD

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much

Jason said...

Many thanks for the re-up, Nick.

Humph! said...

Magnifique !
Thank very very much !

Alter Kocker said...

Superlative! Bravo! Mamesh a matziya!

letlive said...

Such important work. Thank you!

inamorata said...

What a great vinyl rip! Thanks to the original poster and to all for keeping this alive.