16 June 2013

EVAN PARKER/PAUL RUTHERFORD/DAVE HOLLAND/PAUL LOVENS "THE ERICLE OF DOLPHI" (PO TORCH, 1976/85)





EVAN PARKER/PAUL RUTHERFORD/DAVE HOLLAND/PAUL LOVENS  "THE ERICLE OF DOLPHI"


Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
Paul Rutherford, trombone
Dave Holland, double bass, cello
Paul Lovens, selected drums and cymbals, singing saw


LP 1
1. To meet a (23:45)
2. To meet b (15:28)

Quartet recording from 3 November 1976 at the Quartier Latin,
Berlin during the 9. Total Music Meeting.


LP 2
1. To stay a (first part) (24:21)
2. To stay a (continued) (17:27)
3. To stay b (06:10)


Trio (without Holland) recording from 27 April 1985 at the Arts Theatre,
London during the Incus festival.


PTR/JWD 13/14

(my lp rip & Nick's scans)

23 comments:

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

Thank you.

john said...

Thanks for this rarity; just listening to the first track, which is full of space and texture. Looking forward to the rest of it.

jazzuk said...

Thanks very much for this and thanks for Gamefront option.

Colin Green said...

Thanks so much - I've been waiting for this for years.

roberto t. said...

I'd really like to join the thankful ones, but it is a file too big for a non paying (anymore)rapid-share. 30% is the maximum I get before they say 'game over' no time left. The other one is unknown to my connection, either Chrome or Mozilla. But who knows? Maybe some day the winds will blow in the right direction, or the rapid police might fall asleep, or some merciful uploader will remember about zippy or some more friendly host. Thanks anyway.

roberto t. said...

Chrome did it! I join all the thankings, wonderful musicians! A big thank you onxidlib!

Anonymous said...

Thank-you!

Daniel Karrer said...

Wow. You are awesome dude. Cannot thank you enough

Anonymous said...

many thanks!

Igor

Wallofsound said...

Ta

matt w said...

Thank you! I stop paying attention for a week or two and there's far too much great stuff to keep up with....

Tantris said...

Thank you - this is excellent.

neil said...

A BIG thank you, onxidlib, for the re-up...

lee said...

First, yes thanks for the re-up, but...

Second, the 1f link doesn't seem to be working. And I got an error when converting flac to mp3 for portable listening.

onxidlib said...
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lee said...

You, sir, are incredibly generous. Thanks for the swift response (I've long wanted to hear this one, in particular). Cheers!

santos curser said...

never even heard of this one, but it is an amusing name... checking it out, thanks

santos curser said...

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Bulkang U. Antibop said...

Always one of my favorite titles for a jazz record. Should be better known just for that alone! Is it too obvious or did anyone crack a smile at first glance? Oracle of Delphi / Ericle of Dolphi???

NickS said...

Could this get a re-up?

Nick said...

Not Po Torch. You might be able to get a copy from Paul Lovens.

NickS said...

Thanks Nick, I will give that angle a shot. The listings I've seen are way out of my price range. Always seem to be a day late. :o)

Thanks for the response.