6 February 2014

IAN BRIGHTON-COLIN WOOD-FRANK PERRY-RADU MALFATTI-PHIL WACHSMANN "BALANCE" (INCUS, 1973)





Ian Brighton, guitar
Colin Wood, cello
Frank Perry, percussion
Radu Malfatti, trombone, khene, bass recorder
Phil Wachsmann, violin

A1. Constellations Of Force     19:59
B1. Remember The Smell Of Earth When You Were Young     3:00
B2. Cogito Ergo Slum  4:03
B3. Almostmaybesometimesnever 1:46
B4. Worsel Centrum  6:51
B5. Outer Equilibrium Together With Inner Section     5:10


Recorded in Southend, 10 and 11 September 1973.

INCUS 11

 - scans by Nick - ripped by onxidlib -

14 comments:

onxidlib said...

Although the file has not even 100 MB it is in flac.
First I couldn't believe it and checked the files twice...but it is flac from wave...no mp3 involved...
Rapidshare
Zippyshare

Vinylust said...

wonderful. much thanks.

Lucky said...

thanks for this, onxidlib + nick!

the low file size stems from the relative low bitrates - some tracks are so silent, they have less than 320kb/s. but all is here - including beautiful scans by nick, like always :)

cheers

Andy said...

Thank you good friends. :)

roberto t. said...

One of the great forgotten Incus finally in the spotlight, thank you!

wightdj said...

Cool, thanks.

paul said...

Thanks you've made my date. I've been looking go this for some time.

jazzuk said...

Thanks for more Ian Brighton.

Anonymous said...

thanks for this forgotten jewel of incus.I agree to Lucky's opinion
Thanks again
Alex in Solex

martintm said...

Thanks :-)

Great job !

Solomon said...

Thank you.

SamRivers D said...

quite the jewel indeed! this is one of those performances that immediately resonates with evan parker's comments about ESP. something "beyond" going on in this record. an instant favorite and desert islander! so grateful for the share. one to listen and ponder over forever.

sikes said...

Hi onxidlib, please you could you put up fresh links for this, i will be eternally greatful!

Anonymous said...

Yes, please put up fresh links! I won't be eternally greatful, but I'll be greatful until the day I die, at least. (It could be soon, so please hurry!)