4 July 2013

WORKSHOP DE LYON "CONCERT LAVE" (ARFI, 1980)




WORKSHOP DE LYON  "CONCERT LAVE"


Maurice Merle, soprano & alto saxophone
Louis Sclavis, soprano saxophone & bass clarinet
Jean Bolcato, bass
Christian Rollet, drums, trombone

Side A (18:48)
A1. Ostraca (Bolcato)
A2. Va Jouer Dans Ta Cour! (Sclavis)

Side B (19:24)
B1. Khoni Dya Fi (Merle)
B2. Coup De Semonce (Rollet)
B3. Mélodie Divisée (Merle)

Recorded live at Forum des Halles, Paris in June 1980.
'Mélodie Divisée' was recorded at Studio Althéa.

ARFI  680 WDL 004

(lp rip)

Note: No tracking (almost) - it's not clear where one tune ends and the next one begins. So only three tracks - but it fits as this is a live concert.

10 comments:

onxidlib said...
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Anonymous said...

Thank you so much.
I'm grateful for this album.
Never heard before.
Your blog is my hope for albums I never heard or I ignore.


Anaximandros

James Manion said...

Thanks onxidlib, always appreciative of more Louis Sclavis. Do you by any chance know how many WORKSHOP DE LYON shows there are?

onxidlib said...

There are at least five WORKSHOP DE LYON LPs (the last one also as CD):

La Chasse De Shirah Sharibad
‎ (Un-Deux-Trois) 1975


Tiens ! Les Bourgeons Éclatent...
‎ (L'oiseau Musicien) 1978


Concert Lave
‎ (ARFI) 1980


Musique Basalte
‎ (Arfi Move) 1981


Anniversaire
‎ (Arfi Move) 1988


Fondus
‎(Rectangle) 1997

and some related albums:

FREE JAZZ WORKSHOP

Inter Fréquences
‎ (A.D.M.I.) 1973


Colette Magny / Free Jazz Workshop - Transit ‎
(Le Chant Du Monde) 1975

and:

THE MARVELOUS BAND

Chant Libre
‎ (LUn-Deux-Trois) 1975


Ibijau
‎ (L'Oiseau Musicien) 1977


Sept Jeunes Et Fiers Maris
‎ (ARFI) 1985


and somewhere dimly in my memeory there's another early LP - alas I forgot the title etc.

wightdj said...

Good to hear, thanks.

sotise said...

a beauty thank you!!

Owombat said...

hi Onx,
there is min. one more wdL which I have (CD), dont know if oop:

arfi am014
chant bien fatal

cheers
O

onxidlib said...

1fichier

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Miloš Latislav said...

Thanks onxi!