25 November 2013


Only 23 days later Schlippenbach recorded his LP "The Living Music".
Except Paker and Bailey the line-up was the same as for this broadcast. The actual LP "The Living Music" might be one of the most often re-issued recordings of Free Jazz.
First there was an edition on A.v.Schlippenbach's 'Quasar' imprint. Than the more widely distributed FMP 0100. A CD on John Corbett's Unheard Music Series. And finally a re-release on LP through Cien Fuegos in 2013.

Manfred Schoof, cornet, trumpet
Paul Rutherford, trombone
Peter Brötzmann, tenor & baritone saxophone
Evan Parker, soprano & tenor saxophone
Michel Pilz, bass clarinet, flute
Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano, percussion
Derek Bailey, guitar
Buschi Niebergall, bass, bass trombone
Han Bennink, drums

1. Living Music  13:33
2. applause  00:19
3. Into The Staggering  07:45
4. applause  00:27
5. Wave  08:07
6. applause  00:28
7. Lollapalooza  10:56

Recorded at WDR Studio 2, Annostrasse, Köln, Germany on April 1, 1969.


onxidlib said...
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glmlr said...

A line-up made in heaven. And back in 1969 we considered it perfectly normal.

wightdj said...

Good to hear, thanks.

slovenlyeric said...

Wow. Thanks as always.

I am off to see the Schlippenbach Trio in Amsterdam and Berlin next week. Anyone in the area should try to make it if they can. For those in NYC, I am told they are booking another week of Evan Parker at the Stone for next fall (2014). It was great a few months back when he had his residency & the show at Roulette.

saomusubi said...

Many thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this. Really Great! - I just have trouble with the last track "Lollapalooza". Seems to be broken. Downloaded it 3x already, but this track always makes problems, when I try to unzipp the folder. (I used Zippyshare; using Rapidshare takes more than 24 hours!) Could you eventually fix the Zippyshare files? Thanks a lot!

amnesia said...

Thanks for this, one of the most interesting postings

onxidlib said...

I downloaded the Zippy files, unpacked them and they played perfectly - but here is one more link:

akaboshi14 said...

Could you re-up this?

onxidlib said...
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akaboshi14 said...

What a quick responce! Thanks!

George Lane said...

Awesome post! Muchísimas gracias!