25 August 2014

Andrew Hill Trio featuring Sunny Murray-Paris 4-Nov 1999, FM

For the Hill and Murray fans.....
A wonderful one off(?)... in excellent Sound...
 Amazing!

Andrew Hill Trio-Unknown venue-Paris, France,November 4, 1999

Andrew Hill p
James Lewis b
Sunny Murray d

seeder/tapers Notes
Source: Radio broadcast > cassette > CD > EAC v. 1.0 beta 2 (extraction and FLAC encoding) > FLAC compression level 8


Thanks to Dimer jackmw, for this one!

17 comments:

SOTISE said...

Flacs-info
http://b3ce9i2mkf.1fichier.com/

Anonymous said...

Yay! Andrew Hill!!! Thanks for all your efforts in posting this and other gems. You have made my day :-)

onxidlib said...

Sunny Murray with Andrew HIll - should be excellent.
Very curious to hear them playing together.
Great - Thanks!!

SamRivers D said...

oh wow

Dolphing Mings said...

Thanks a lot man !

softnucleus said...

Wonderful! Thank you for this gem!

Toci said...

Thanks a lot.Beautifull.

ritzbird said...

Thanks very much, a most appreciated post.

Wallofsound said...

Not something I expected. A bit of a treat.

matt w said...

Excellent, thank you! Hill and Murray were one of those things I never realized I wanted but as soon as you say it it makes too much sense not to have happened.

bventure said...

Re 'unknown location' - my notes from (maybe different?) Dime download say:-
Recorded at Studio Charles Trenet at the Maison de Radio France, Paris, November 4, 1999.

1. Ashes (18:24)
2. 15/8 (51:43)
3. Announcer talks (3:44)

SamRivers D said...

just listened to this dl and it's better than i could've expected, primarily to hear sunny back hill. lewis i only know from a french tapscott album. he is almost irrelevant, merely making his presence known amidst the swirling chemistry. this is some of murray's finest latter-day work, all on brushes. his sensitivity to what hill is doing (impenetrable to many at this stage) is breathtaking, hearkening back to the days with ayler. it's that strong and close.

SOTISE said...

I Agree with the above comment, the chemistry is astounding, and Murray is much better recorded than on many official releases, especially the BYGs and Philly Jazz lps!!
To my Ears he is sounding better than ever, and he certainly serves Hill's music better than many drummers... a Master!!..we love you Sunny Murray!

matt w said...

For the track titles, as bventure says track 2 is announced as "Ashes" and track 3 is mostly an epic version of "15/8" for the first forty minutes. After the applause the trio plays "Cantarnos" from all the way back to Black Fire (his Blue Note debut with Joe Henderson, Richard Davis, and Roy Haynes).

paul gingrich said...

I consider it unfortunate that some bloggers adopt identity of musicians. In particular, Sam Rivers D and, to a lesser extent, Dolphing Mings. While the musicians in the identity are outstanding, how can you justify adopting their names without permission from them?

I'm giving my actual name as an identity.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

MrBill said...

This is great, thanks!