12 January 2014

JERRY UNDERWOOD - PAUL DUNMALL QT. Birmingham 13.5.88



















JERRY UNDERWOOD,  tenor sax
PAUL DUNMALL,  baritone and soprano sax
CHRIS BOLTON,  bass
TONY LEVIN,  drums

1.  21:00
2.  22:09
3.  15:03
4.  17:16

Cannonball, Birmingham.  13th May 1988


15 comments:

Andy said...

Part1
Part2

armando said...

Hello Andy
For me it should be great to listen to your Jerry Underwood offerings but I´m afraid here in Spain I cannot dl from gamefront. Could you give an alternative?
Thanks!

Andy said...

MegaPart1
Mega Part2

softnucleus said...

Thank you Andy for these very interesting Jerry Underwood recordings, and thank you so much for the Mega links, here in the north-east of Italy the situation is the same as in Spain: no connection to gamefront...

armando said...

Great! Thank you very much for the alternative link.

sandor essedy said...

thanks for this Underwood i discover & for the alternative Mega (Gamefront is no working here).

jazzuk said...

Thanks again Andy!!!

JC said...

Thanks again.

Gamefront fine (and preferred) here. Good we have alternatives it seems...

slovenlyeric said...

Never heard of Underwood. I am interested in learning more about him. I will look about the internet for a bio. If you know a bit about him please post the information. Thanks.

slovenlyeric said...

I found the following summary for those who want biographical details.
The link is:

http://www.jazzhouse.org/gone/lastpost2.php3?edit=1029224323

Wallofsound said...

I really enjoyed this set. I've been stuck in bed for the last week and this cheered me up no end.

SOTISE said...

thank you this is stunning!
and thanks to slovenlyeric for the bio link!

santos curser said...

so i am assuming this is not the "tony levin" on drums who i associate with bass playing?

santos curser said...

clearly not, thanks

Wallofsound said...

@santos curser No, this Tony Levin is the celebrated British drummer who sadly died a few years ago. Working with Tony in his latter years we produced this site to celebrate his life. http://www.tonylevin.org/