31 July 2014

PAUL DUNMALL / TONY ORRELL - ETCHINGS (DLE DVD01) NO DOWNLOAD






















For completeness but not for download.

Paul Dunmall - saxello, tenor saxophone
Tony Orrell - drums, precorded backing track

On the day of the recording Tony Orrell found two video cameras in the studio and decided to record the day's session.  He put one camera facing himself on drums and the other facing me.  Unfortunately the camera on Tony didn't work properly but as an after thought he took the recording of myself and worked on it at home in real time through a Korg Entrancer and came up with this DVD.   We both decided it really worked well with the music.  Of course this music is all improvised except for the pre-recorded backing track that Tony put together.  The first  time I heard this backing music was actually as it was being played on the recording session, so I had no idea what was coming next.  I think it works out wonderfully well.

Paul Dunmall

Youtube:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

27 July 2014

DEUTSCHES JAZZ FESTIVAL - BOWIE/DAUNER/DOLDINGER/KROG/PIKE/SCHOOF/WOODS "FRANKFURT, 1970"


Here is finally the promised post from the German Jazz Festival 1970 in Frankfurt.
The above picture is from a postcard and shows the Kongresshalle.


LESTER BOWIE & EUROPEAN FREE JAZZ ORCHESTRA  "FRANKFURT, 1970"

Lester Bowie, trumpet & fluegelhorn
Joseph Jarman, tenor saxophone
Roscoe Mitchell, bass saxophone
Malachi Favors Maghostut, bass
Frédéric Rabold, pocket trumpet
Michael Sell, trumpet
Herbert Joos, fluegelhorn
Manfred Schoof, trumpet
Paul Rutherford, trombone
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Günter Christmann, trombone
Dieter Scherf, alto saxophone
Michael Thielepape, alto saxophone
Joachim Kühn, alto saxophone
Axel Hennies, tenor saxophone & flute
Gunter Hampel, bass clarinet
Alfred Harth, tenor saxophone
Heinz Sauer, tenor saxophone
Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone
Klaus Bühler, bass
Peter Stock, bass
Gerhard König, guitar
Rainer Grimm, drums
Karin Krog, vocals
Jeanne Lee, vocals
Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement


1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     1:50
2. Getting to Know You All No. 2 (L. Bowie) (Germany Unite!)     35:26

Bowie introduces the tune for the first 1:40.
Solos: Bowie, Christmann, Mitchell, Krog (L)-Lee(R)

Recorded on March 22, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt during the 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, third concert.

An excerpt has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).

RADIO JAZZ GROUP STUTTGART - WOLFGANG DAUNER  "FRANKFURT, 1970"

Ack Van Rooyen, trumpet & fluegelhorn
Erhard "Ed" Kröger, trombone
Peter Herbolzheimer, trombone
Walter "Joki" Freund, soprano & tenor saxophone
Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone, flute
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, clavinet, ring modulator
Eberhard Weber, bass
Cees See, drums

Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. announcement (Joachim-Ernst Berendt) 1:34
2. Bluesy Bluesy (W. Dauner)     11:02
3. The Peddler (J. Freund)     16:05
4. Reaping Machine (W. Dauner)     5:42
5. Diäthylaminoäthyl (W. Dauner) 11:52


Recorded on March 21, 1970, Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, first concert.

 KLAUS DOLDINGER QUARTET  "FRANKFURT, 1970"

Klaus Doldinger, soprano & tenor saxophone
Ingfried Hoffmann, piano, organ
Helmut Kandelberger, abss
Cees See, drums

Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     1:25
2. The Windmills of Your Mind (M. Legrand-A. Bergman)     8:45
3. Sahara (K. Doldinger)  17:27

Recorded on March 21, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, first concert.

An excerpt of "Sahara" (9:17) has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).

KARIN KROG + DAVE PIKE SET  "FRANKFURT, 1970"


Dave Pike, vibes
Volker Kriegel, guitar
Hans Rettenbacher, bass
Peter Baumeister, drums
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Karin Krog, vocals

Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     1:23
2. One for Kathy (D. Pike)     6:37
3. Green Light (D. Pike)     4:31
4. Announcement (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     0:15

Recorded on March 21, 1970, Frankfurt, 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, first concert.

DAVE PIKE SET  "FRANKFURT, 1970"

Dave Pike, vibes
Volker Kriegel, guitar
Hans Rettenbacher, bass
Peter Baumeister, drums

Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     1:04
2. Attack of the Green Misers (D. Pike)     9:12
3. Turn Around, Mrs. Lot (D. Pike)     9:20
4. But Anyway - Velvet Vibrations (V. Kriegel)     5:44
5. Good Time Charlie at the Big Washdown (H. Rettenbacher)     8:34

Recorded on March 21, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, first concert.

"Turn Around, Mrs. Lot" has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).

MANFRED SCHOOF NEW JAZZ TRIO  "FRANKFURT, 1970"


Manfred Schoof, trumpet & fluegelhorn
Peter Trunk, bass
Cees See, drums

Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt) 0:36
2. Certvann (M. Schoof-P. Trunk-C. See) 7:35
3. Palar (M. Schoof-P. Trunk-C. See)     6:31
4. Haranca (M. Schoof-P. Trunk-C. See)     6:05

Recorded on March 22, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, third concert.
This is announced as a four-part suite called "Page One," but the recording I have has only these three parts. The titles of the tunes are not announced, but they're taken from a NDR broadcast of a concert from Hamburg on January 23.
An excerpt of "Haranca" (5:31, with the title "Satz") has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).

PHIL WOODS & HIS EUROPEAN RHYTHM MACHINE  "FRANKFURT, 1970"

Phil Woods, alto saxophone
Gordon Beckpiano, electric piano
Henri Texier, bass
Daniel Humair, drums, percussion

1. unknown title (inc)     4:04
2. Freedom Jazz Dance (E. Harris)  11:58

Recorded on March 21, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, first concert.
The Woods ERM undoubtedly performed additional music, but these are the only one I have.
"Freedom Jazz Dance" has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).

Thanks to Peter Losin for the music and the info-files which I have changed a bit.

More from the same Festival you'll get > Schlippenbach Trio (first incarnation)
Rolf & Joachim Kühn Quartet
Albert Mangelsdorff Quartet
Pierre Favre Quartet
Modern Jazz Quintet Karlsruhe
Deutsche Jazz Festival Big Band





26 July 2014

HOPPER / DEAN / TiPPETT / GALLiVAN - Live in Paris 1977



Paris, Theatre Campagne, 1977-04-22

Elton Dean, as, saxello
Keith Tippett, p
Hugh Hopper, bg
Joe Gallivan, dr , moog synth

1 Echoes 10:35
2 Seven Drones 11:17
3 Naima (fade-out) 8:44
4 Footprints (Wayne Shorter) 11:01
5 Gallivan solo > Gualchos theme ? 9:07
6 unknown title 10:15

Lineage: aud > cdr trade > flac > dime

61:01, Sound Rating: Sound Board A-

UPLOADED BY JAZZRITA 09-07-18, remastered July 2o14 by miloo2

***

This recording was previously shared as Hugh Hopper Quartet on IS contributions section. I think Elton is playing excellently here. I did what I can with improving muddy sound of this recording. Sadly, Keith's piano is underamplified, so we will probably never hear it as we want, but in the end it sounds surprisingly good to me. And more surprisingly, theme at the end of track 5 seems to me like being Gualchos from EDQ Silent Knowledge 1995 album!

I would also like to remind two albums that quartet made: 1976 Cruel But Fair on Compendium label (reissued on CD by One Way Records, now probably OOP) and 1977 Mercy Dash, which remained unsissued until 1985 release on Culture Press (which made also first CD reissue, second is out now by Gonzo Multimedia).

And coincidentally, I've just got the answer to my question, from where this good quality live recording on YT is originated. It was released as a bonus on Japanese paper-sleeve CD Cruel But Fair. So obviously there is another stuff!

24 July 2014

KAZUTOKI UMEZU - DOKU UME BAND PLAYS "DELUXE" AT SAGAE (SHODUKU RECORDS, 1981)




A1. Take No Mura
A2. Bamboo Village
A3. Nurse For Me

B.  Pretty Kranke


Kazutoki Umezu, saxophones
Hiraoki Katayama, saxophones
Takeharu Hayakawa, bass, percussion
Takashi Kikuchi, drums, trombone

Recorded live at Sagae, Yamagata, 1981

Shoduku Records - FRS-246

Vinyl Rip

22 July 2014

GERD DUDEK QUARTET - LEICESTER 1998 (SET 1)






















GERD DUDEK - tenor and soprano saxophones
JOHN PARRICELLI - guitar
CHRIS LAURENCE - bass
TONY LEVIN - drums

First set

1. S'matter  11:36
2. Mabel  9:24
3. Naima  15:01
4. By George 13:07


Y Theatre, Leicester  19th February 1998

21 July 2014

HALKI'S COLLECTIVE "JIVE" (LARISSA IMPROVISER'S GUILD, 1981/82)


One more contribution from Alex in Solex.
The b/w picture is from the tape-only release.  The broken-down but still jaunty couple is a creation from Alex.
Alex - Thanks again!!


Vasilis Sitras,  tenor saxophone, clarinet, soprano recorder, percussions, acoustic bass strings, wood clarinets, harp, tambourine, sheet iron
George Kostoulis, electric bass, acoustic bass, percussions, wood clarinets, sheet iron, psaltery
Hristos Papageorgiou, electric guitar, violin, trombone, clarinet, wood flutes & clarinets, soprano recorder, sanza, percussion, tambourine, vina, sheet iron
Sakis Griboulis, drums, xylophone, bells,  percussion
N. Kostoulis, various percussion, tambourine, wood flute, band photo

Recorded in an warehouse  at HALKI (a village ca. 1500 inhabitants, near Larissa)  between 23 Dec 1981 & 2 Jan 1982.

Produced by Larissa Improvisers Guild
Improvisation series , 1982 Halki (tape rip)

20 July 2014

THE ANDRZEJ TRZASKOWSKi QUiNTET (Polskie Nagrania 1965)


Onxidlib suggested to post this OOP album, and he is right. It is very lively music, close to Krzystof Komeda's legendary work.


Tomasz Stanko – trumpet
Janusz Muniak – soprano and alto sax
Andrzej Trzaskowski – piano
Jacek Ostaszewski – bass
Adam Jedrzejowski – drums

1. Requiem dla Scotta La Faro / Requiem For Scotty [2:47]
2. Synopsis (Expression I, Expression II, Impression) [18:13]
3. Ballada z silverowska kadencja / A Ballad With Cadence In Horace Silver's Style [1:43]
4. Sinobrody / Bluebeard [10:22]
5. Post Scriptum [2:44]
6. Wariacja jazzowa na temat 'Chmiela' / 'The Hop' - Jazz Variation On A Polish Folk Melody [11:05]


Polish Jazz vol. 4 / CD Polskie Radio PRCD 535
Recorded in Warsaw, January 20-22, 1965 (tracks 1-4), February 18, 1965 (tracks 5-6).

19 July 2014

SHOJI AKETAGAWA TRIO + MASUKO NAKAMURA + KAZUTOKI UMEZU - SHUDAN SEIKATSU (AKETA'S DISK, 1977)





A1. Theme For Yoshida
A2. Moriyama Blues

B1. Bachnise Aketa
B2. Tsunohiro Sentimental Take I
B3. Tsunohiro Sentimental Take II


Masuko Nakamura, vocals (A1-2)
Kazutoki Umezu, alto saxophone (B3)
Shoji Aketagawa, piano
Saito Makoto, bass
Miyasaka Takashi, drums


Recorded live in February (A) and September (B) 1977

Aketa's Disk - AD-5

Vinyl Rip



ANDREW HiLL TRiO - Live at Pori 2oo2


A small contribution - what I managed to rescue from cd-r - a second half of trio performance at Pori Festival, recorded for radio broadcast. Don't know the track names, it did not match tracklist at http://www.jazzdiscography.com/Artists/Hill/hill-disc.htm in any way. Hypnotic drum solo on track 1, lot of spacey piano and beautiful bass work throughout. Enjoy.

Andrew Hill (p), Scott Colley (b), Nasheet Waits (d).

track 1 - 20:40
track 2 - 13:53

Pori Jazz Festival, Finland, July 20, 2002

17 July 2014

KATSUO ITABASHI ‎– SEA (SISA RECORDS, 1983)





A1. Sea Part-1
A2. Sea Part-2
A3. Sea Part-3

B1. Sea Part-4
B2. Sea Part-5
B3. Sea Part-6
B4. Sea Part-7

Katsuo Itabashi, piano

Recorded live on 7 October 1983 at Koto Bunka Center, Tokyo.

Sisa Records ‎– SISA-002

Vinyl Rip

14 July 2014

GERD DUDEK QUARTET - LEICESTER 1998 (set 2)























GERD DUDEK - tenor and soprano saxophones
JOHN PARRICELLI - guitar
CHRIS LAURENCE - bass
TONY LEVIN - drums

Second Set

1. Phase Three  13:46
2. The Peacocks  17:12
3. Deer Wan  14:09
4. Impressions  17:37
5. Body and Soul  11:47

Y Theatre, Leicester  19th February 1998

Thanks to john for the reminder of the psi cd 'Smatter by this group.  Reviewed here and here and here

JOE HENDERSON AND KIKUCHI, HINO ‎– IN CONCERT (FONTANA, 1974)




A1. Sunrise In Tokyo
A2. So What?

B.  Get Magic Again


Kosuke Mine, alto and soprano saxophone
Yoshio Suzuki, bass
Hiroshi Murakami, drums
Yoshiyuki Nakamura, drums
Masabumi Kikuchi, piano, electric piano
Joe Henderson, tenor saxophone
Terumasa Hino, trumpet


Recorded at Tokyo Toshi Center Hall on 5 August 1971

Fontana ‎– PAT 1064

Vinyl Rip


13 July 2014

PAUL ROGERS - SOLO DOUBLE BASS (1986)






















Paul Rogers - double bass

1. 11:52
2. 8:07
3. 11:19
4. 7:11
5. 3:24
6. 8:01
7. 8:00

Recorded at Tony Levin's home  15th September 1986

10 July 2014

Ingrid Sertso, Karl Berger - Jazz Dance (ITM 1987)


when you want to lighten up the situation, goes with the summer

Kevin Moore - Bass
Chris Morgan - Drums
Sue Pilla - Flute
Ted Orr - Guitar
Tom Schmidt - Keyboards
Karl Berger - Keyboards, Vibraphone
Ciro Batista - Percussion
Peter Buettner - Tenor Saxophone
Ingrid Sertso - Vocals

A1 - Jump For Joy        
A2 - Moonlight        
A3 - Time Is In        
A4 - Seasons Change        
B1 - We Are        
B2 - Birdsong        
B3 - Now Is        
B4 - Guganuha Funk        

ITM Records – ITM 0027
vinyl rip

9 July 2014

CHICK COREA ‎– THE SUN (FAR EAST, EXPRESS, 1970)





A1. Moon Dance
A2. Slumber

B1. The Sun, Part 1
B2. The Sun, Part 2
B3. The Moon


Chick Corea, piano
Dave Holland, bass
Jack DeJohnette, drums
Steve Jackson, percussion
Steve Grossman, tenor saxophone


Recorded at Up Surge Studio, New York City, September 14, 1970

Far East, Express ‎– ETJ-60004

Vinyl Rip




ROLF & JOACHIM KÜHN QUARTET "FRANKFURT, 1970"



...here we go.

 Rolf Kühn, clarinet
Joachim Kühn, piano
Jean François Jenny-Clark, bass
Jacques Thollot, drums
Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     0:59
2. Rue De La Boule Rouge (J. Kühn)     23:57


Recorded on March 22, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt during the 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970, third concert. An excerpt of "Rue de la Boule Rouge" (5:59) has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).




8 July 2014

ALBERT MANGELSDORFF QUARTET "FRANKFURT, 1970"


Another snippet of the Frankfurt Jazz Festival 1970...

Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Heinz Sauer, alto & tenor saxophone
Günter Lenz, bass
Ralf R. Hübner, drums
Joachim-Ernst Berendt, announcement

1. introduction (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     0:50
2. Blues Booth (A. Mangelsdorff)     18:10
3. Croco Di Mama (A. Mangelsdorff)     11:47
4. announcement (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)     0:15

Recorded on March 21, 1970 at the Kongresshalle, Frankfurt during the 12th Deutsches Jazzfestival.

Note: An excerpt of "Blues Booth" (6:02) has been issued on LP (Born Free: The 12. German Jazz Festival, CBS Scout Sc-S 11).



PIERRE FAVRE QUARTET "FRANKFURT, 1970"


Here is the first part of the 1970 edition of the Frankfurt Jazz Festival.
See also here and here    




Jürg Grau, guitar, trumpet
Trevor Watts, alto saxophone
Irene Schweizer, piano
Pierre Favre, drums

   
1. announcement     00:45
2. Siddharta (Watts)    26:37



Recorded at Kongresshalle during the 12. Deutsches Jazzfestival 1970 (this was the 3rd concert) on March 22, 1970.


7 July 2014

PAUL DUNMALL / HAN-EARL PARK - BOOLEAN TRANSFORMS (DLE067)























Paul Dunmall - soprano saxophone, bagpipes
Han-earl Park - guitar

1. Searches  9:06
2. Functions  4:38
3. Networks  7:01
4. Transforms  10:14
5. Logics  10:37

Recorded by Han-earl Park on 6th November 2009 at the O Riada Hall, UCC School of Music, Cork, Ireland.
Artwork by Han-earl Park.














PS  Paul had sent six of the DUNS to Cadence to sell as downloads.  It seems that they have put them on iTunes. I have removed Bread and Wine from here as that turns out to be one of the six - which are:
Alien Art (DLE008)
Simple Skeletons (DLE014)
Bread and Wine (DLE025)
It's Abit Nocturnal (DLE029)
Not a Bit Like Coco (DLE037)
Thank You Dorothy (DLE046)

GIBBS / DUNMALL / HYMAS / ROGERS / METCALFE / LEVIN - MUMUKSUTA (DLE066)




















Philip Gibbs - guitar
Paul Dunmall - tenor and soprano saxophones, Bb and bass clarinet
Tony Hymas - piano
Paul Rogers - 7 string bass
Neil Metcalfe - flute
Tony Levin - drums

1. Yearning for freedom  14:20
2. Desire to free oneself  14:56
3. One's true nature  12:34
4. From all bondages  18:50

Recorded at the Victoria Rooms, Bristol.  8 November 2009
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jonathan Scott
Painting by Paul Dunmall

















l-r: Neil Metcalfe, Tony Hymas, Paul Dunmall, Tony Levin, Paul Rogers, Philip Gibbs

PAUL DUNMALL / MILES LEVIN - MILES ABOVE (DLE065)






















Paul Dunmall - tenor and soprano saxophones
Miles Levin - drums

1. Miles above  22:37
2. Connecting  22:46
3. Real high  22:02

Recorded at TL's Jazz Club, Birmingham by Chris Trent.
1. 27 October 2008
2. 24 November 2008
3. 27 April 2009

PAUL DUNMALL / EVELYN CHANG - MAHAKALI (DLE064)






















Paul Dunmall - soprano and tenor saxophones
Evelyn Chang - piano

1. Mahakali   10:35
2. Shamans   11:28
3. Blue sapphire   9:53
4. Earth   4:07

Recorded at the Victoria Rooms, Bristol.  2 November 2008
Recorded, mixed, mastered: Jonathan Scott

PAUL DUNMALL / ANDY ISHAM - LONG MEADOW (DLE011)






















Paul Dunmall - woodwinds, other stuff
Andy Isham - percussion, other stuff

1. Do try this at home  2:40
2. Do I know you?  2:30
3. Long Meadow  6:50
4. When I said  5:07
5. Finch, chimps and mushy bees  4:42
6. Fat Fungus  4:34
7. Did I crumple or was I crushed  3:43
8. Living for ever  6:04
9. Easy for Eric  2:45
10. For moose calves everywhere  6:22
11. Don't try this at home  2:33
12. Down the tunnel  3:07
13. AIRspace  6:45

Recorded by Andy Isham at Long Meadow, Beausale.  13 May 1995
Painting: Paul Dunmall

This one nearly escaped.  For Andy Shuffleboil.

PAUL DUNMALL / PAUL ROGERS - FOLKS HISTORY (DLE063)



















Paul Dunmall - soprano saxophone, Eb clarinet, bagpipes, flute
Paul Rogers - bass

DISC A

1. Hairy fox   (PD)   9:26
2. Lament 1  (PR)   5:47
3. Ossie   (PD)   6:13
4. Lament 4   (PR)   8:19
5. Animals   (PD)   6:47
6. Pyrenees   (PR)   4:31
7. Two dogs   (PD,PR)   2:24

Recorded at the Unitarian Chapel, Warwick on 6th July 1994 by Andy Isham

DISC B

1. Hairy fox   (PD)    12:06
2. Lament 1   (PR)   5:53
3. Grass snake   (PD)   8:20
4. Talking about folks   (PD,PR)   5:11
5. Two dogs at large   (PD,PR)   2:24

Recorded at Bath Festival, 1995.

DISC C

1. Hairy fox   (PD)   9:13
2. Lament 1   (PR)   5:52
3. Grass snake   (PD)   7:36
4. Folks talk   (PD,PR)   4:54
5. Three for Louis  (PR)   9:51
6. Big dogs   (PD,PR)   10:29

Recorded at the Unitarian Chapel, Warwick on 11th August 1995 by Andy Isham

DISC D

1. Desire   (PR)   6:30
2. Green nuts / Ossie   (PD)   8:59
3. Three for Louis   (PR)  7:12
4. Saffron   (PR)   3:51
5. Swimming horse   (PD)   4:44
6. Cats in the pigeonhouse   (PD,PR)   7:15
7. No hunting or fishing   (PD,PR)   8:43
8. Two dogs is back at Pigeonhouse   (PD,PR)   6:00

Recorded in Paris, France.  April 1996

Digital mastering by Chris Trent
Photo by Lynda Dunmall

PAUL DUNMALL / TONY BIANCO - SPIRITS PAST AND FUTURE (DLE062)






















Paul Dunmall - tenor saxophone and saxello
Tony Bianco - drums

1. Spirits past and future  52:27
2. Istah  5:13

Recorded at UWE, Bristol.  7 December 2007
Engineer: Stephen Allan
Etching: Paul Dunmall

DUNMALL / VAN SCHOUWBURG / GIBBS / BRANDT - BIONIC BEINGS' BEGINNINGS (DLE061)






















Paul Dunmall - soprano saxophone, bagpipes
Jean-Michel Van Schouwberg - voice
Philip Gibbs - guitar, ukulele banjo, kantele
Peter Brandt - double bass

1. Marmite rejection  15:52
2. In the woods and forests, half humans, half computers  16:59
3. Angels gathering, demons leaving  7:37
4. Bionic beings being made  18:09

Recorded at the Victoria Rooms, Bristol.  15 May 2008
Engineered and mixed by Jonathan Scott
Wood engraving by Paul Dunmall

4 July 2014

PICARD / DUNMALL / ROGERS / WEBER / LEVIN - LONDON MEETS ALTBURON (DLE060)




















Simon Picard - soprano and tenor saxophones
Paul Dunmall - soprano and tenor saxophones
Paul Rogers - bass
Christian Weber - bass
Tony Levin - drums

Disc 1

1.Set 1 (Duos)  52:01

Dunmall / Weber
Picard / Levin
Rogers / Weber
Dunmall / Levin
Picard / Rogers

Disc 2

1. Set 2 (Quintet)  45:10
2. Set 4 (Quintet)  31:52

Disc 3

1. Set 3 (Duos)  50:10

Rogers / Levin
Picard / Dunmall
Weber / Levin
Rogers / Dunmall
Picard / Weber


Live at Bau 4, Altburon, Switzerland.  20/21 April 2007
Recorded and mastered by Christian Weber
Produced by Simon Picard
Design by Simon Picard






















l-r: Tony Levin, Paul Rogers, Simon Picard, Paul Dunmall, Christian Weber

DUNMALL / JEFFERY / HEGGEN / PURVES - HIGH BIRDS Vol.2 (DLE059)






















Paul Dunmall - soprano saxophone
Hilary Jeffery - trombone
Rozemarie Heggen - double bass
Alan Purves - drums, percussion, squeakology

1. High birds 3  43:54
2. High birds 4  10:19

Recorded at OT301, Amsterdam.  15 September 2006
Engineer: Danny O'Really
Mixed: Hilary Jeffery

DUNMALL / HEGGEN / PURVES - HIGH BIRDS Vol.1 (DLE058)






















Paul Dunmall - soprano saxophone
Rozemarie Heggen - double bass
Alan Purves - drums, percussion, squeakology

1. High birds 1  (Dunmall/Purves)  22:34
2. High birds 2  (Dunmall/Heggen/Purves)  24:25

Recorded at OT301, Amsterdam.  15 September 2006
Engineer: Danny O'Really
Mixed: Hilary Jeffery
Further tweaking and disc production: Chris Trent
Bird painting: Lynda Dunmall

PAUL DUNMALL / PHILIP GIBBS - NEW GROWTH (DLE057)






















Paul Dunmall - tenor and soprano saxophones
Philip Gibbs - guitar

1. Nice talking to you Danny Mathys  23:14
2. Bubby Bruce  9:58
3. Manny Lunch  11:53

Recorded at UWE, Bristol.  21 June 2007
Engineer: Stephen Allan
Photo: Lynda Dunmall

PAUL DUNMALL / JOHN EDWARDS - LIVE AT THE NEW VORTEX (DLE056)






















Paul Dunmall - tenor saxophone, saxello
John Edwards - double bass

1. Clement  31:25
2. Regine  9:11

Live at the New Vortex, London.  19 September 2006
Recorded by Tim Fletcher
Mixing and disc production by Chris Trent

DUNMALL / LEVIN / LEVIN - THE GOLDEN LAKE (DLE055)






















Paul Dunmall - saxello, tenor saxophone
Tony Levin - drums
Miles Levin - drums

1. The golden river  16:48
2. The golden lake  16:24
3. Possessing a thousand arms  15:15

Recorded at the University of the West of England, Bristol.  16 November 2006
Engineer: Stephen Allan

3 July 2014

PHILIP GIBBS - THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS (DLE054)






















Philip Gibbs - 1. Prepared electric guitar, acoustic guitar
2. Lute guitar*, Fender Strat, toy guitar, banjo ukulele, 6-string banjo, fretless electric guitar, prepared acoustic guitar*
* Half fretted

1. The sound of one who loves  22:15
2. Organized silence  22:04

Composed and performed by Philip Gibbs.
Sound design on 1 by Ben Williams

Recorded and engineered by Jonathan Scott
at Bristol University Studio, Victoria Rooms.  2006-7

Original etching 'Gibbsy' by Paul Dunmall.

1 July 2014

GIBBS / CAMPBELL / DUNMALL / CARTER / ROGERS / PARKER / DRAKE - BLOWN AWAY (DLE053)






















Philip Gibbs - guitar
Roy Campbell - trumpet, flute
Paul Dunmall - tenor saxophone
Daniel Carter - alto saxophone, trumpet, flute
Paul Rogers - 7 string bass
William Parker - bass, shenai
Hamid Drake - drums

DISC A

1.  Martin's Reh of sunshine   (PD DC PG PR HD)  10:37
2.  Eye Miles   (Everybody)  14:21
3.  Eel Miles   (PG WP PR)  11:47
4.  Franticle   (PD WP HD)  11:57
5.  Sparticle   (RC PG WP)  9:02
6.  Ponticle   (RC DC PR HD)  9:12

DISC B

1. Blown away  (Everybody)  40:34

Recorded at The Sage, Gateshead, 16 October 2006
Recording, mixing and CD duplication by Chris Trent
Painting 'Blown Away' by Paul Dunmall

PAUL DUNMALL / PHILIP GIBBS - MUSIC ON TWO PIANOS (DLE052)






















Paul Dunmall - Steinway grand piano
Philip Gibbs - Yamaha grand piano

1. Music on two pianos.  Parts 1-12  55:53

Victoria Rooms, Bristol.  5 March 2006
Recorded, mixed, mastered: Jonathan Scott
Painting: Lynda Dunmall

DEAN / DUNMALL / ROGERS / LEVIN - ELTON (DLE051)






















Elton Dean - alto saxophone, saxello
Paul Dunmall - tenor saxophone
Paul Rogers - double bass
Tony Levin - drums

1. Two and eleven  41:16
3. Eeedy Peedy  25:18

Recorded live at the Vortex, London.  28 September 1997
Cassette recording, photos and design: Andy Isham

PAUL DUNMALL - SOLO TENOR (DLE050)






















Paul Dunmall - tenor saxophone

1. Dedicated to Simon Picard  10:15
2. Dedicated to Toby Delius  7:51
3. Soliloquy revisited  15:37
4. Dedicated to Howard Cottle  6:19

Recorded at U.W.E., Bristol.  January 2006
Engineer: Stephen Allen
Painting: Paul Dunmall