5 February 2014

DOLLAR BRAND / DON CHERRY / CARLOS WARD ‎– THE THIRD WORLD - UNDERGROUND (NADJA/TRIO, 1974)




A1. Don's Song
A2. Cherry

B1. Bra Joe From Kilimanjaro
B2. Jabulani-Easter Joy
B3. Waya-Wa-Egoli
B4. Swazi
B5. Wayeah-Wayeah-O


Dollar Brand, piano
Don Cherry, trumpet, vocals, percussion
Carlos Ward, alto saxophone, vocals, percussion

Recorded live at the Jazz-House Montmartre, Copenhagen, November 14, 1972

Trio Records ‎– PAP-9018, Nadja ‎– PAP-9018

Vinyl Rip

Not sure of the release year for this: does anyone know?





34 comments:

Nick said...
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wightdj said...

Haven't heard this in many years, thanks.

headman said...

Thanks for this Nick. This is my favourite period for Dollar Brand. This release was followed by his two magnificent solo piano albums for Sackville; "Sangoma" & "African Portraits".

Anonymous said...

Completely unknown to me. I recall a comment on your blog from a few months ago: "where do you find these records?" Exactly!! Haven't recognized anything since forever. Looking forward to hearing this - amazing lineup. Many thanks.

-Brian

Anonymous said...

Wonderful stuff...thank you!

viaceslavas said...
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Anonymous said...

the year of release is 1974

Dochowazo said...

The clownoid's fave was always the magnificent "African Piano" on JAPO - Beautiful,deep and a real trip...

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing, this is a great record! MB

Nick said...

Thanks for the date.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant, much appreciated

Lee said...

Wow, didn't know about this one. So psyched to hear it.

Dollar Brand is remarkable, a real treasure.

-Otto- said...

This is great! Thanks, Nick!

paul said...

Thanks Nick.

Mario Agrimi said...

Thanks a lot
M.

Scraps said...

I didn't know this. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

What a joyous piece of music. Thank you for the opportunity to hear it.

Ilario Rozen said...

Hi Nick
many thanks for this, absolutely unknow

JC said...

Thanks again. I'm likely in the small minority but this one didn't really do that much for me. To my ear I'm not sure it really played to their strengths or quite jelled in terms of a flow all of them are quite capable of developing. It didn't seem like the piano stayed in tune either (though as hard as he was playing it perhaps no surprise).

Rob Rob said...

Thank you! Never heard of this one, but I love African Portraits and some of Abdullah Ibrahim's other stuff from this period. I recognize some of the song titles. Looking forward to this.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Hookfinger said...

Really digging this. Thanks so much!

Nick said...

Re-released on CD

Rev. bIGhIG said...

Is there still a download available here? Love to get this.

Nick said...

you can buy it, now it is re-released

http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/POCS-9301

Alex da Silva said...

Please re-up!!!

Nick said...

Hi Alex - this is re-issued. Try CDJapan.

Christian Storm said...

Hey Nick,

The re-issue is now out of print and copies run around $100-$150. Any chance you could re-up? I'm seriously dying to hear this. Thanks!

francisco santos said...

please Nick, this is true rarety...can you make an exception...just for a day or two, please re post or send to e-mail..i will be back tomorrow and check...
THX!..

francisco santos said...
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correct silence said...

new link but without new art work, only the front cover, if someone can provide the back cover. My copy is in shrink wwith the obi so it is difficult to scan
https://1fichier.com/?63fr3u49a0

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you, correct silence. This was pretty fast - Thank you.

francisco santos said...

for correct silence...
scans from Discogs...
https://www94.zippyshare.com/v/tQwRURz9/file.html


francisco santos said...

and HUGE BIG THX for posting...
DELIGHTFUL RECORD!...A REAL PLEASURE...