27 April 2014


Here's a post I've made from a contribution propylaen2001 has made today (see comments section).

Thank you very much!!

Here's what he wrote (except I've changed the layout a bit...).

Here's a great performance from the 95th NDR Jazzworkshop which I compiled from a trade CDR that I had acquired several years ago and a recent DIME upload:

Randy Brecker, trumpet
Rolf Kühn, clarinet
Joachim Kuehn, piano, electric piano
Toto Blanke, guitar
Palle Danielsson, bass
Edward Vesala , drums
Kasper Winding, percussion

1. Do Dat Dudek (18:51)
2. Palle's Tune (8:49)
3. Paris '73 (9:05)
4. German Country (19:57)
5. Things Are What They Used To Be (17:19)
6. Spider's Dance (15:08)

Total time 1:29:09

 Rolf & Joachim Kuehn
NDR Jazzworkshop no. 95
Studio 10, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Funkhauses
Hamburg, Germany

Source: FM radio broadcast
Lineage: FM > ? Trade CDR > EAC (secure) > WAV > TLH > FLAC (L8)

My trade CDR had an abbreviated version of track #5 which clocked in at 7:32.
Last month unclewolfi uploaded a complete version of this tune from a recent rebroadcast at NDR Info.
I used this one and added the missing applause at the end from my trade CDR.
Lineage for this track would be: DVB-S > Techno Trend TT-Premium S2-6400 Twin HD > HDD > mp2 (320 kbps) > Nero Wave editor > Flac > TLH > WAV > Adobe Audition CS6 (edits) > TLH > FLAC (L8, align on SB)

For the purists, the original track #5 (as received on the trade CDR) is included in a separate folder.

Link: https://mega.co.nz/#!BQlFDK4B!pn5cfPZ7Bdi_sqX9WPGVFb4OZUlO7rwIV42Ys5GU0tY

Does anybody know for sure if this is the complete performance or if there is still some part missing?




Nick said...

Thanks Joerg & Onx - looks great

Jazzjet said...

Thanks for another great NDR set.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

akaboshi14 said...

Could you re-up this? Thanks.

onxidlib said...


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akaboshi14 said...

Thanks always.

Nod Y said...

I also have a cdr version of this concert and it seems that the performance is complete in the way we have, a great concert.

Anonymous said...

new Link please

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

The link from 20 March 2016 is still active....