29 November 2014

DYANI, TEMIZ, FEZA - MUSIC FOR XABA - VOLUME 2 (SONET, 1979)





A1. Mad High
A2. Mighty Blues

B1. Dear Africa
B2. Makaya Makaya Makaya
B3. Witchdoctor's Son


Johnny Dyani, bass, piano, vocals
Okay Temiz, drums, percussion
Mongezi Feza, trumpet, percussion


Recorded at Theater Nine, Stockholm, Sweden, on 2 November 1972

Sonet ‎– SNTF-824

LP Rip





27 November 2014

TUOHI KLANG "PENNSELMANN HITS VOL.2765" (UFO, 1972)



After removing at least 500 clicks I'm finally able to present this wonderful music.

In my IMHO this is one of Vesala's best recordings - excellent and intense drumming!
Strong baritone from  Paakkunainen....Koskinen's trumpet!
Wonderful and joyful bass work from Hauta-aho...Pekka Pöyry's reeds are...Mircea Stan and his trombone...high wailing harmonies - snake-lines...clear articulation - no cliches....space even when playing heavy....enough praising...
A real gem - hope it will be re-issued soon - would be happy to delete the links and buy me a remastered CD....

Meanwhile - Enjoy.




Heikki 'Mike' Koskinen, trumpet
Mircea Stan, trombone
Pekka Pöyry, alto and soprano saxophone, flute
Seppo Paakkunainen, baritone and soprano saxophone
Teppo Hauta-aho, bass, pipe
Edward Vesala, drums

A1. A-vara (Koskinen)                  12:53
A2. Marssi For Keinonen (Hauta-aho)  05:12   
A3. Interlude (Paakkunainen)         01:45   
B1. Waltz No. 3 (Vesala)             08:40   
B2. Kling Klang (Paakkunainen)       10:23

Recorded on April 20, 1972, at Finnvox Studios, Helsinki, Finland.

UFO 004 (lp rip)

.

MiCHEL PORTAL - Alors!!! (1970)



MiCHEL PORTAL - Alors!!! (Futura 1970)

1. OO Bam Ba Deep (5:19) [Barre Phillips]
2. Billy The Kid (1:57) [Stu Martin]
3. Yes, Oh Yes, You Wonderous Sun Kissed Maiden ! (14:04) [John Surman]
4. Ca Boom ? (:55) [Barre Phillips]
5. U En A MArre (5:39) [Michel Portal]
6. Undercurrent (5:34) [John Surman]
7. New Peace (2:01) [Barre Phillips]
8. Ca Boom ! (7:47) [Barre Phillips]

Michel Portal : alto saxophone, bass clarinet
John Surman : baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
Barre Phillips : bass
Stu Martin : drums
Jean-Pierre Drouet : percussion

Recorded January 27, 1970
CD EPM 152072 (1993, OOP)


26 November 2014

Charles Tyler - Folly Fun Magic Music




Charles Tyler ~ Folly Fun Magic Music ~ 1992 (1995 Reissue)
Bleu Regard CT 1941

Following on from some 1970s postings of Charles Tyler below, here we move right up to 1990-92, his final years in France where he had settled. On this recording, he is accompanied by a French crew of much younger age, probably thrilled to be in the company of a 60s legend.

Stylistically, this record is all over the place which is not necessarily a bad thing to these ears. Starting with a mellow jazzy rendering of Wagner, it moves on to Bach and then to country and western (!), sounding not unlike Bob Dylan round about John Wesley Harding time. Nowadays, this is known as "Americana". Tyler can do that, too.

Then it's on to European fok, Native Indian chants and even futuristic folk, but with a link to the past! The record rounds off with a duet with Santacruz which strikes me as a signpost of what was to follow on his next and final record. Some folly, lots of fun and and more than a touch of magic! This is great record of maturity, versatility and as Thom Jurek says in his Allmusic review, more than that, it walks on the edge of profundity.

Tracks:

1. Ride Of The Phantom Politician (For Richard Wagner) 10:12
2. Just Me Luck (For Jean-Sebastien Bach) 3:35
3. She Caused His Soul To Fall 7:08
4. European Folk Outline 5:52
5. Shownee Indian Song 8:38
6. Star Ship Future Folk Music 9:28
7. Folly Fun Music Magic 6:20
8. Spanish Castle 4:05

All compositions by Charles Tyler, except 8., which is a creation by Bernard Santacruz and Charles Tyler.

Recorded live on digital two tracks by Gerard de Haro, Studio Aid, Pernes-Les-Fontaines, 10, 11 November 1990 and 26- 27 February 1992

Charles Tyler: composer, arranger, alto & tenor saxophones, harmonica, pan pipe, tambourine, vocals
Bernard Santacruz: double bass
Remi Charmasson: guitar
Christian Zagaria: violin
Jean-Pierre Jullian: drums

25 November 2014

COWWS "NICKELSDORF, 1989"



Rüdiger Carl, clarinet & concertina
Jay Oliver, bass
Phil Wachsmann, violin
Stephan Wittwer, guitar
Irène Schweizer, piano

1. 'unknown title'  46:33
2. 'unknown title'  20:26
3. 'applause'       00:25


Recorded at 'Konfrontationen' in Nickelsdorf, Austria on July 15, 1989.

24 November 2014

WHAHAY - Vortex, London Nov 2014


















'The album is terrific, but the gig was an absolute monster.'  Richard Williams

PAUL ROGERS - bass
ROBIN FINKER- tenor saxophone, clarinet
FABIEN DUSCOMBS - drums

1. 57:04
2. 5:12

Vortex Jazz Club, London.  13th November 2014

MD recording by Gus.

With kind permission of Paul Rogers.

Blue Moment review of this gig

WHAHAY website

Order cd (I can't find a Babel Label link yet)



FRANZ KOGLMANN - A White Line (1990)


FRANZ KOGLMANN - A White Line (hat ART 1990)

1 A White Line 7:27
2 April In Vienna 4:58
3 Eccentric Shorty 7:12
4 Quapp 6:06
5 Festive Minor 3:45
6 The Fabel Of Mabel 4:45
7 Bley Play 3:45
8 Jambangle 5:24
9 Oof 3:54
10 Aristony 3:45
11 For Max 3:48
12 Out Of Nowhere 3:50
13 Free (Three) Again I-III 6:26
14 Je? 3:23
15 At The Jazz Band Ball 2:37

Personnel:

Franz Koglmann - flugelhorn, trumpet
Jean-Christophe Mastnak - French horn
Raoul Herget - tuba
Mario Arcari - oboe
Tony Coe - clarinet, tenor saxophone
Helmut Federle - accordion
Paul Bley - piano
Burkhard Stangl - guitar
Klaus Koch - bass
Gerry Hemingway - drums

Conductor – Gustav Bauser

Recorded at Haus Der Begegnung Mariahilf, Vienna, Austria on November 13-17, 1989.
Includes liner notes by Franz Koglman and a poem by Art Lange.

Producers: Pia Uehlinger, Werner X. Uehlinger.

hat ART CD 6048 (OOP) / 71:06

MUJICIAN - The Albert, Bristol '93 Set2



















TONY LEVIN - drums
PAUL ROGERS - bass
KEITH TIPPETT - piano
PAUL DUNMALL - baritone, tenor and soprano saxophones

1. 49:53
2. 5:12

The Albert Inn, Bristol.  12 Sept 1993

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEH!!!!!!!!!!!

21 November 2014

KUNIYOSHI-KUHN / MATTOS / PREVOST - EARLHAM STREET BREAKOUT 1989




















AKEMI KUNIYOSHI-KUHN - piano
MARCIO MATTOS - double bass
EDDIE PREVOST - percussion

1. 29.25

Earlham Street Breakout at Donmar Warehouse, London.  30th July 1989

Listening to the ‘Handscapes’ LP (below) and enjoying it after many years, prompted me to dig out my old cassette recording of the same trio. Funny how it’s easy to dismiss a recording you’ve made because of one little wrong thing.  I always thought this was a dusty sounding old thing, recorded rather distantly from the music, up in the balcony. Transferring from tape today, I was pleasantly surprised.  With the dolby on it’s not too hissy, at one point a baby cries, but it sounds pretty good really.  Anyway if you enjoyed Handscapes, you might want to hear this.

Bozo rightly commented that Akemi once played with saxophonist Chris Green. Consulting an old copy of WIRE (issue 49 March 1988), they played together in Coherents, producing K’Tah (Prime Tapes) and Red Shift (Prime LP).  If anybody has these, it would be good to hear them. 

KUNIYOSHI-KUHN / MATTOS / PREVOST - HANDSCAPES






















AKEMI KUNIYOSHI-KUHN - piano
MARCIO MATTOS - double bass
EDDIE PREVOST - percussion

1. Bird's eye view  15:28
2. Handscapes  6:47
3. In winter  13:40
4. Rise to the future  8:50

Recorded 9th August 1983  Leo Records LR143  LP

20 November 2014

NDR JAZZ WORKSHOP NO.17 "BIG SOUND KOLLER" (1961)




This NDR Jazz Workshop was in the collection of Rudi Fuesers. First I didn't realise what it was as the cd-r has almost no information on the cd or booklet.
But I took it home for a try - and found to my astonishment an unknown workshop!
Obviously it was in his collection as Fuesers is playing on it.
Soundwise this workshop is probably the best I've ever heard.


Ack van Rooyen, trumpet & fluegelhorn
Kurt Sauter, trumpet & bass trumpet
Rolf Schneebiegl, trumpet & horn
Klaus Mitcherle, trumpet & fluegelhorn
Rudi Fuesers, trombone & bass trombone
Rudi Flierl, tenor & baritone saxophone
Hans Koller, tenor saxophone
Helmut Reinhard, baritone saxophone
Karl Berger, piano
Joep Christopher, bass
Klaus Hagl, drums
Hans Gertberg, announcements

01. introduction + theme 2:24
02. Broadway 4:01
03. Lonely 6:48
04. Homer's Concert 3:24
05. Remember 4:05
06. Warming Up The Bar Worm 4:57
07. Monkey 4:28
08. Nippon Kazuki 6:01
09. Hard Bop For Hartung (Hans Koller) 3:35
10. It Had To Be You (Isham Jones) 3:02
11. Cry 6:12
12. Soft And Easy 4:12
13. introduction 1:38
14. Tune For Antibes (Hans Koller) 6:25
15. Waltz With Me (Hans Hammerschmid) 5:00
16. Black Cats (Hans Hammerschmid) 4:48
17. Indiana (MacDonald/Hanley) (fade-out) 2:44

Recorded January 27, 1961 at Großer Sendesaal, Funkhaus Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.

At least two more titles were performed: "Workshop After Hours" (7:49) and "D'Accord" (6:01).
Hans Gertberg announces "D'Accord" after "Black Cats" as a trio of piano, bass and drums...obviously not included in the cd-r I inherited from Rudi Fuesers.

Note: On "Tune For Antibes" only quintet. On "Waltz With Me" solos by Koller, Van Rooyen and Schneebiegl on horn.
On "Black Cats" two tenors played by Koller and Flierl.

MUJICIAN - Brecon 1993





















KEITH TIPPETT, piano
TONY LEVIN, drums
PAUL DUNMALL, tenor and soprano sax
PAUL ROGERS, bass

1. 38:43 (feedback interruption @ 16:51)
2. 31:52

Brecon Jazz Festival.  14th August 1993

16 November 2014

TOSHIAKA YOKOTA ‎– PRIMITIVE COMMUNITY (THINK! RECORDS; UNIVERSOUNDS, 2011)





A1. 禁じられた儀式
A2. 悪魔の涙
A3. ハリクリシュナ

B1. サバンナ
B2. フライング
B3. ブラック・ナルシス



Kimio Koizumi, bass
Chito Kawachi, drums
Toshiaki Yokota, flute
Kimio Mizutani, guitar
Yusuke Hoguchi organ
Fujio Saito, Larry Sunaga, Minoru Ishiyama, Pedro Umemura, Tadaomi Anai, Yoshinori Nohmi, percussion
Shunzo Ohno, trumpet

Think! Records, Universounds ‎– DTHK-001

Original LP on EMI, 1971

LP Rip

JACK DEJOHNETTE'S SPECIAL EDITION - Birmingham 1992
















JACK DEJOHNETTE - drums
GARY THOMAS - tenor sax, flute
BENNIE MAUPIN - tenor sax, bass clarinet
MICHAEL CAIN - piano, keyboards
LONNIE PLAXICO - electric and acoustic bass

1. 25:19,
2. 12:01
3. 44:23
4. 10:12
5. 11:48

Symphony Hall, Birmingham.  4th October 1992
BBC Radio 3 broadcast

13 November 2014

NDR JAZZ WORKSHOP No.49 "5 DEGREES EAST - 5 DEGREES WEST" (1967)



Palle Mikkelborg, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Tomasz Stanko, trumpet
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Nathan Davis, flute, soprano & tenor sxophone, bass clarinet
Wlodzimierz Nahorny, alto saxophone
Jan 'Rtaszyn' Wroblewski, tenor saxophone
Andrzej Trzaskowski, piano
Roman Dylag, bass
Ronnie Stephenson, drums
Hans Heinrich Breitkreuz, engineer
Hans Gerthberg, producer

01. Announcement  (03:00)
02. Opener - 5 Deegrees East 5 Deegrees West  (01:52)
03. Mellow For Othello  (06:47)
04. Out Of The Way  (06:11)
05. Beat For Pete  (06:16)
06. The Hop  (10:57)
07. For The Highest Stake  (05:12)
08. Hey, Coco  (09:44)
09. Berlin Calling  (05:32)
10. The Quibble  (11:09)
11. Show Biz'n Done (Grand Waltz Brilliant)  (07:29)
12. Dookola Wojtek  (08:01)
13. Post Scriptum  (04:28)
14. Seant  (12:20)
15. Requiem For Scotty  (04:14)
16. Just The Coincidence  (07:44)
17. Closer - 5 Deegrees East 5 Deegrees West  (01:40)

Note: "The Quibble" on 599865 NDR JAZZWORKSHOP '67 (issued only for promotional purposes)

Rec.: January 27, 1967, Großer Sendesaal des NDR, Hamburg, Germany.

12 November 2014

PHIL MINTON, YAGIHASHI TSUKASA, SATO YUKIE, HIGO HIROSHI ‎– NIPPARA•TOKYO (AUSTIN RECORDS, 2004)




1. Untitled
2. Untitled
3. Untitled
4. Untitled
5. Untitled
6. Untitled

Yagihashi Tsukasa, alto saxophone
Higo Hiroshi, electric bass
Sato Yukie, electric guitar
Phil Minton, vocals

Recorded at Former Nippara-Elementary-School, Tokyo on March 18th 2004 (1-3) and at The Temple Of No Power, No Virtue, Koenji, Tokyo on March 16th 2004

Austin Records ‎– ARR-0017

CD Rip

10 November 2014

NDR JAZZ WORKSHOP No.67 "6 DEGREES EAST - 6 DEGREES WEST" (1970)



Tomasz Stanko, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Frederic Rabold, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Radu Malfatti, trombone
Wlodzimierz Nahorny, flute, alto saxophone
Jan Wroblewski, flute, tenor saxophone
Alan Skidmore, flute, soprano & tenor saxophone
Leszek Zadlo, soprano, alto & tenor saxophone
Louis Stewart, guitar
Eric van Lier, trombone, bass trombone
Andrzej Trzaskowski, piano
Roman Dylag, bass
Tony Oxley, drums

1. Pyxis (T. Oxley)     (14:38)
   Solos: Trzaskowski, Wroblewski (ts), Malfatti, Stanko
2. Catherine's Dance (L. Stewart)     11:05
   Solos: Stewart, Zadlo (ss), Nahorny (fl), Dylag
3. Emotion (F. Rabold)     8:57
   Solos: Nahorny (as), Stewart, Zadlo (ts)
4. That Makes You Laugh? Me Not! (W. Nahorny)     8:39
   Solos: Stewart, Van Lier (tb), Stanko, Skidmore (ts), Dylag
5. Collection (A. Trzaskowski)     11:19
   Solos: Rabold, Stanko, Trzaskowski

Recorded at Studio 10, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Funkhauses, Hamburg on April 17, 1970.

Note: "That Makes You Laugh? Me Not!," was issued on NDR Jazzworkshop '69/'70 (NDR 654 094) for promotional purposes only.

9 November 2014

QUARTET MODERNE "ST.JOHANN, 2009"



Harri Sjöström, soprano saxophone
Phil Wachsmann, violin, electronics
Teppo Hauta-Aho, bass
Paul Lovens, drums   

   
1. announcement   00:34
2. unknown title  28:27
3. unknown title  09:44
4. unknown title  03:45
5. unknown title  05:29

Recorded at the Alte Gerberei in St. Johann in Tirol, Austria on March 7, 2009.

8 November 2014

DHARMA QUINTET ‎– END STARTING (SOCIÉTÉ FRANÇAISE DE PRODUCTIONS PHONOGRAPHIQUES, 1971)





A.  Tormilina

B1. Tonton SFP
B2. End Starting
B3. Cirrus


Jeff Sicard, alto & tenor saxophone, flute, bass clarinet
Michel Gladieux, bass
Jacques Mahieux, dums
Patricio Villaroel, electric piano
Gérard Coppéré, soprano & tenor saxophone
Gérard Marais, guitar

Recorded in Paris on 17 May 1971

Société Française De Productions Phonographiques ‎– SFP - 13.006

LP Rip




6 November 2014

SERGE ERMOLL'S FREE KATA "THE NEW LANGUAGE OF MUSIC - VOL.1" (FREE KATA, 1976)


This LP was posted about four years ago over at Dust in the nostrils. Go there for more information about the group and Ermoll.
I got it from a friend but it seems to be from the blog.
However - as the last request for a re-up is from December 2013 I take the freedom to post this strong outing here again.
I've manually removed the worst clicks etc.


Edward Bronson, tenor saxophone
Serge Ermoll, piano
Lewis Burdett, drums

A. The First Movement     17:15
B. The Second Movement  19:30

Recorded October 10, 1976.
Recorded and mixed at Earth Media Recording Company, Sydney Australia.

FREE KATA 002 (vinyl rip)


NDR JAZZWORKSHOP NO.56 - ATTILA ZOLLER (1968)





Allan Botschinsky, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Torolf Mölgard, trombone
Claes Rosendahl, tenor saxophone, flute
Lee Konitz, alto saxophone, flute
Heinz Sauer, soprano & tenor saxophone
Cecil Payne, baritone saxophone, clarinet
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, organ
Attila Zoller, guitar
Barre Phillips, bass
Stu Martin, drums


01. Struwwelpeter (A. Zoller)     6:02
    Solos: Botschinsky, Sauer (ts), Mölgard, Dauner, Payne (bs), Rosendahl (ts), Zoller, Phillips

02. Beehive '94 (W. Dauner)     6:50
    Solos: Zoller, Payne (bs), Dauner (org), Konitz (as)

03. The Sweet Hustler (A. Zoller)     5:56
    Zoller and rhythm section only. Solos: Zoller, Phillips

04. At Twilight (A. Zoller)     6:23
    Solos: Sauer (ss), Konitz (as), Mölgard, Zoller

05. Up To The Moment (B. Phillips)     8:33
    Solos: collective, Phillips, Sauer

06. Rumpelstilzchen (A. Zoller)     8:14
    Solos: Zoller, Phillips, Sauer, Martin

07. Impressions Of Sounds For Piano And Band (W. Dauner)     5:47
    Solo: Dauner (p)

08. Flying Fish (C. Payne)     7:14
    Solos: Payne (bs), Botschinsky (flh), Dauner (p), Zoller, Sauer (ts)

09. Cry Cry Gypsy Cry (A. Zoller)     9:36
    Solos: Zoller, Sauer (ts), collective

10. Rebecca Is 18 (L. Konitz)     5:56
    Konitz and Zoller only

11. Git The Money Blues (J. Owens)     7:31
    Solos: Zoller, Sauer (ts), Botschinsky (flh), Rosendahl (ts)


Recorded at Studio 10, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Funkhauses, Hamburg on March 29, 1968.

NDR Jazz Workshop No. 56; produced by Hans Gertberg.
"The Sweet Hustler," "At Twilight," and "Rebecca is 18" are included on the LP NDR Jazzworkshop '68 (NDR 654 057).

4 November 2014

DHARMA QUINTET ‎– MR ROBINSON (SOCIÉTÉ FRANÇAISE DE PRODUCTIONS PHONOGRAPHIQUES, 1970)






A1. Augure
A2. Jerkologie

B.  Balada Y Tres


Jeff Sicard, alto & tenor saxophone, flute, bass clarinet
Michel Gladieux, bass
Jacques Mahieux, dums
Patricio Villaroel, piano, electric piano
Gérard Coppéré, soprano & tenor saxophone


Recorded in Paris, July 27, 1970.

Société Française De Productions Phonographiques ‎– SFP - 53.006

LP Rip



3 November 2014

Glenn Horiuchi - Manzanar Voices (Asian Improv 1989)


Glenn Horiuchi's music is generally political (he was heavily involved in the reparations movement for the Japanese-Americans forced to live in prison camps during World War II.) and hints strongly at the traditional Japanese taiko rhythm yet also has the improvising and excitement of jazz.....
from all music

The title cut reflect Glenn's experiences on community pilgrimages to Manzanar, California - the site of one of the ten concentration camps.
from liner notes

Glenn Horiuchi - piano
Leon Alexander - drums
M'Chaka Uba - bass on A2 and B1
Taiji Miyagawa - bass on track A1 AND B2

A1 - Blues for John Okada
A2 - Manzanar voices
A3 - Edna's dream
B1 - Stockton calling
B2 - Seeds of resistance
B3 - Lullaby

recorded june 1989 at Fanfare studios, El Cajon, CA
all compositions by Glenn Horiuchu

Asian Improv, AIR-0006, 1989
vinyl

2 November 2014

NDR JAZZ WORKSHOP No.64 "CATCHING THE NEW ONES" (1969)




Allan Botschinsky, tpt, flh, mellophone
Roger Guérin, tpt, flh
Locksley "Slide" Hampton, tb
Nick Evans, tb
Radu Malfatti, tb
Herb Geller, ss, as, ts, cl, fl, bass fl, oboe
John Surman, ss, bs, bcl
Leszek Zadlo, sss, ss, as, ts
Pierre Cavalli, g
Steve Kuhn, p
Palle Danielsson, b
Stu Martin, dr

1. Catching the New Ones (S. Hampton)     6:17
   Solos: Hampton, Zadlo (ts)
2. Joachim (S. Martin)     6:47
   Solos: Martin, Danielsson, Surman (bs)
3. Raindrops, Raindrops (S. Kuhn-L. Wallin)     6:27
   Solo: Kuhn
4. Transmutations (P. Cavalli)     10:51
   Solos: Geller (ss), Cavalli
5. Let Me Play the Lion, Too (H. Geller)     13:22
   Solos: Kuhn (org), Geller (ss, bass fl, fl, oboe, ss)
6. Pretty Thing (S. Hampton)     7:13
   Solos: Hampton, Zadlo (as), Kuhn
7. Black Horse (N. Evans) (inc (fade out))     6:11
   Solos: Botschinsky (flh), Evans, Surman (bs), Kuhn
8. Mini Rock (S. Hampton)     7:04
   Solos: Zadlo (ss), Cavalli

Studio 10, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Funkhauses, Hamburg, November 28, 1969.

"Mini Rock," was issued on NDR Jazzworkshop '69/'70 (NDR 654 094).

BYARD LANCASTER - CLINT JACKSON III ‎– MOTHER AFRICA + 1 (PALM, 1974)




I have added the extra 15 minute track that was recorded at the same session and later included on Anthology Jef Gilson: The Meeting Time; Bobby Jaspar/Byard Lancaster, PALM 21, 1975


A. We The Blessed

B. Mother Africa (In 3 Parts)

+1. Love Always


Byard Lancaster, alto saxophone, vocals
Jean-François Catoire, bass
Keno Speller, congas, bells
Jonathan Dickinson, drums
Clint Jackson III, trumpet, bells


Recorded at Studio PALM, Paris, on 8 March 1974

Palm ‎– PALM 9

LP Rip



1 November 2014

LA MONTE YOUNG "POLLING, 2007"



....don't know wether this will be of interest for you - at least (again) something a bit different (;-]



Theatre of Eternal Music String Ensemble

Charles Curtis, cello, leader
Yuri Christiansen, cello
Reynard Rott, cello
Christopher Williams, double bass


'The First Dream of The High-Tension Line Stepdown Transformer'
from 'The Four Dreams of China' (world premiere)
)La Monte Young(

01. part I    03:57
02. part II   06:04
03. part III  05:48
04. part IV   18:29
05. part V    43:32

Recorded on August 4, 2007 in Polling, Bavaria at Kunst im Regenbogenstadl.

JEF GILSON ‎– ANTHOLOGY JEF GILSON 1945/1975 : THE MEETING TIME: BOBBY JASPAR (PALM, 1975)





A1. Et Monk?
A2. Fast Fats
A3. Hot-Times
A4. Modo Azul

B1. Quiproquo


Roger Guérin, trumpet (A1-B1)
Fernand Verstraete, trumpet (A1-3, B1)
Luis Fuentes, trombone, (A1-3, B1)
Bobby Jaspar, tenor saxophone (A1-B1)
Walter Davis Jr, piano (A1-3, B1)
Doug Watkins, bass (A1-3, B1)
Art Taylor, drums (A1-3, B1)
Claude Civelli, tenor saxophone (A4)
Salvatore Parotta, tenor saxophone (A4)
Michel Gaudry, bass (A4)


Recorded in Paris, 1958

Palm ‎– PALM 21

LP Rip