24 September 2013

GERRY HEMINGWAY QUINTET. Birmingham 1995

















MICHAEL MOORE, alto saxophone, clarinets
WOLTER WIERBOS, trombone
ERNST REIJSEGER, cello
MARK DRESSER, bass
GERRY HEMINGWAY, drums

1. Unknown title 22:17
2. Little suite 20:36
3. N.T. 6:57
4. Back again sometime 10:22

Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham.  March 1995

BBC Radio 3 b'cast




11 comments:

Andy said...

Mega

softnucleus said...

Great band, thank you!

bventure said...

Thanks Andy, looks good. Anything involving Michael Moore is pretty much bound to be enjoyable.

wightdj said...

Looks good, thanks.

doghouse said...

Great band - thanks very much

Anonymous said...

This site is very important site, very helpful to those with ears for adventurous music by fearless improvisors, especially those captured on a good night in fine sound by the BBC. Thanks for this! -MB

glmlr said...

In case anyone missed my most recent comment (under the Heinz Sauer post):

Re Rapidshare, the excellent Musica Degradata blog today writes:

"ok folks, the strange Rapidshare download times make sense now. They've been making some changes, and now have a new website layout. I tried to download without registering first, and the estimated time went straight up to 10 hours - then I decided to register (it's free as long as you pick the smallest option, 10GB) and downloaded this file (435MB) in under 2 minutes".

It works - I just did it.

Anonymous said...

Great post, this concert! I'd love to listen to it. Could you eventually also upload on GF, please? I don't use Mega, don't want to change my browser...

Andy said...

You can have MozillaFirefox as a temporary browser, I do. This pandering has got a bit out of hand. Hopefully people will take note of glmlr's comment above and we can get back to Rapidshare. People might also consider subscribing like what we do to post this stuff.

GameFront

santos curser said...

TOTAL NEWB ON TAIL END OF THE FILE SERVER DISCUSSION:
glmlr,
Thanks for pointing out that RS registration is free for under 10 Gig, will have to try it out, nevertheless--- HAVING MULTIPLE FILESERVERS IS GREAT BOON TO SKINFLINTS LIKE MYSELF IN THAT ALL LIMTIS BECOME IRRELEVANT AND SIMULTANEOUS DOWNLOADING ROCKS.

JC said...

Thanks again.

Re: above : My issue with Mega is that I have and use Firefox but Mega won't work for me and insists that I download their "Firefox". I will not use them since I have no idea what they're putting on my computer, but as noted it is not Firefox alone. Not to say some of the other options don't have their own spyware/malware/viral elements but Mega is way over the top.