12 February 2015

Marco Eneidi, William Parker, Dennis Charles - Vermont Spring 1986 (Botticelli 1986)


Marco Eneidi - Alto Saxophone
William Parker - Bass
Dennis Charles - Drums

A1 - Stand Back (traditional west indian folksong)
A2 - Ballada (Jimmy Lyons)
B1 - Rise Up (traditional west indian folksong)
B2 - Broken Shadows (Ornette Coleman)

Recorded May 1986.

This album is dedicated to Jimmy Lyons.

Botticelli Records 1001, Vinyl
Direct Metal Mastering

24 comments:

corvimax said...

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Scraps said...

I've never heard this at all. I always like William Parker and Den(n)is Charles together.

wightdj said...

New to me also, sure to like it. Thanks.

Eric Stern said...

Thanks. I look forward to hearing this. I see William Parker with a good deal of frequency here in NYC and saw Eneidi a number of times. Sadly, I did not see Charles that much. I was thinking of him recently as Thomas Borgmann was passing through here. I think it was with him that I last saw Dennis Charles.

Scraps said...

I saw Denis Charles a lot, especially with Joel Forrester.

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

Thank you corvimax
i can never listen enough to Marco's "Final Disconnect Notice" on Botticelli with Jimmy's widow and bassoon sorceress Karen Borca, which might as well also be dedicated in text to Lyons. What an ecstatic celebration of the legacy that was. i did not know this '86 one existed. i will listen in on what these friends had to say...when Jimmy was just then passing within days.

Mark Hanslip said...

Isn't this the same trio as 'Cherry Box' on Eremite? That's a classic, really looking forward to hearing this, thanks for posting

onxidlib said...

Thanks Corvimax - this was the only Eneidi(on Botticelli Rec. as is)recording I was never able to hear.
And I agree with Mark's comment about the 'Cherry Box'...or BUA's on 'Final Disconnect Notice'.

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

The Cherry Box has Donald Robinson drumming.

Wallofsound said...

I'm in the new to me camp, too.

roberto t. said...

Well, guys, The Cherry Box is only the top of the iceberg. There is some more Eneidi here http://adarkershadeofjazzinn.blogspot.co.il/search/label/Marco%20Eneidi and a very good film on youtube. Coalition (there)and Live at Radio Valencia (impossible to find) should be some of his best.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Tantris said...

A treat for this weekend - thanks. The cover is excellent!

corvimax said...
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Lauber said...

everybody interested in marco's music ... the only sold out cd is "coalition" everything else is still available .. get in touch with him on facebook .. even this vinyl is still available ...

corvimax said...

Lauber, searching the web I havent see any copy of Live at Radio Valencia available, nor new, nor used.
I'm not on facebook, so I cannot check there, I trust you and erahse the link

roberto t. said...

Quite interesting interview here:http://www.allaboutjazz.com/marco-eneidi-still-here-marco-eneidi-by-taran-singh.php. Probably the right decision, but it was fine to focus some attention on this excellent musician. Thank you.

Tantris said...

Lauber - do you have any link (other then Facebook) to where this or other Marco Eneidi recordings on vinyl are available?

Lauber said...

write to eneidi@lmi.net ... vermont is the only vinyl .. everything else is on cd ..

SOTISE said...

great,thanks Corvimax!!

corvimax said...

@ Lauber (Gabriel I guess), now I'm confused.
did you mean that also Vermont Spring is still available from Marco? if so I delete the link.

toci said...

Great Trio.Great music.Thank you Corvimax.

bender c said...

link dead :( please repost this treasure. thx!

corvimax said...

there is some issue in the comment above about this LP being available, so I will no repost it