20 May 2015

Elton Dean Tribute Session, BBC 2010-06-13


I think this has to be here. Got it from Dime, thank you orginal uploader.

ELTON DEAN TRiBUTE SESSiON, Hackney, BBC 2o1o

Jim Dvorak (trumpet)
Simon Picard (saxes)
Paul Rogers (bass)
Tony Levin (drums)
Alex Maguire (keyboards).

01 - Intro + Interview (11.03)
02 - Tribute #1 (27.20)
03 - Tribute #2 (14.11)
04 - Tribute #3 (10.49)
05 - Outro (1.08)

Recorded 13th June 2010 at Elton's old flat in Hackney, London
Broadcast 6th September 2010

BBC Jazz on 3, presented by Jez Nelson

From the BBC website at the time of the braodcast:
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This completely improvised set was recorded in June this year in the living room of Dean's flat in London's Dalston. Four years after his death it still contained posters, tapes and memorabilia that provided poignant reminders of Dean's life and work, and plenty of inspiration for the musicians who came together to remember him. Just a few days after this session was recorded the flat was due to be cleared out and refurbished.

8 comments:

Miloš Latislav said...

flac at ulozto.net

rev.b said...

and thank you for posting it here!

tpfkaa said...

Thank you kindly Miloš Latislav.

sandor essedy said...

thanks to you Milos; Elton Dean is one of the greater musician & when I see (hear) it,I'm glad.

propylaen2001 said...

From the BBC website at the time of the braodcast:
Jez Nelson presents a session played in tribute to the late saxophonist Elton Dean, featuring Alex Maguire on keyboards, trumpeter Jim Dvorak, saxophonist Simon Picard, bassist Paul Rogers and drummer Tony Levin.

A versatile musician, whose work over four decades encompassed free improvisation, jazz-rock and avant-jazz, Elton Dean was a key figure on the UK's creative music scene until his death in 2006 at the age of 60. Having made his name in Keith Tippett's sextet and then seminal rock group Soft Machine in the late 60s and early 70s, he went on to lead diverse projects of his own and work with a wide range of collaborators, several of whom feature in this session.

This completely improvised set was recorded in June this year in the living room of Dean's flat in London's Dalston. Four years after his death it still contained posters, tapes and memorabilia that provided poignant reminders of Dean's life and work, and plenty of inspiration for the musicians who came together to remember him. Just a few days after this session was recorded the flat was due to be cleared out and refurbished.

Presenter: Jez Nelson
Producer: Robert Abel.

Jorge Alberto Mussuto said...

Dear friend you have or know of any link's to make a download of the complete discography of Elton Dean, who is reliable, of course, thank you very much.
Elton Dean was a British free-jazz musician, who ran alto saxophone and saxello, a type of electric saxophone rarely uses. He was born in 1945 in Nottingham, and took piano and violin lessons as a child. At age 18, he took up the saxophone and became involved in the jazz scene English.
PS: the link of your blog's no longer work, have some other to lower them :)?

Miloš Latislav said...

Jorge, check our blog for huge number of unrelesed or OOP Elton Dean recordings. I can recommend also these blogs: http://differentperspectivesinmyroom.blogspot.com, http://caballodefuerza.blogspot.com.ar.

Jorge Alberto Mussuto said...

2:40 PM 9/10/2015
While these are the recordings in MP3 or FLAC that I need for my sacred collection of this venerable saxophonist,
If anyone can give me the download links thanks a million have a nice day :)

(1) ELTON DEAN / MARK CHARIG / PETER KOWALD / TONY OXLEY
Here's a present from our favourite clown, MR BOZO

Elton Dean, alto sax and saxello
Mark Charig, cornet
Peter Kowald, bass
Tony Oxley, drums

1. Improvisation 40:40

Pied Bull, London. 15th August 1981
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(2) Harry Beckett Quintet +1

Harry Beckett, trumpet, flugelhorn
Elton Dean, alto sax, saxello
Pete Lemer, piano, synth
Paul Rogers, bass
Tony Marsh, drums
+
Courtney Pine, soprano sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet

1. Wind of change 10:43
2. Time of day 13:35
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(3) ELTON DEAN - KEITH TIPPETT - MARIO CASTRONARI - TONY LEVIN __Set 2

ELTON DEAN, alto sax, saxello
KEITH TIPPETT, piano
MARIO CASTRONARI, bass
TONY LEVIN, drums

SET 2

1. Set-to. 31:53

Vortex. London. 18 April 1993
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(4) ELTON DEAN - KEITH TIPPETT - MARIO CASTRONARI - TONY LEVIN __Set 2

ELTON DEAN, alto sax, saxello
KEITH TIPPETT, piano
MARIO CASTRONARI, bass
TONY LEVIN, drums

SET 2

1. Set-to. 31:53

Vortex. London. 18 April 1993
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(5) PAUL DUNMALL'S 50TH BIRTHDAY GIG. VORTEX 2003

Get a load of Dunmall's scorching saxing on the first trio!!
Thrill to Elton Dean and Tony Bianco!!
Leave a comment Howard Cottle!!


1. PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
JOHN EDWARDS, bass
TONY BIANCO, drums 16:42

2. ELTON DEAN, alto sax
TONY BIANCO, drums 13:25

3. PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
HOWARD COTTLE, tenor sax
PHILLIP GIBBS, guitar
TONY LEVIN, drums 14:04

4. PAUL DUNMALL, tenor sax
SIMON PICARD, tenor sax
HOWARD COTTLE, tenor sax
ELTON DEAN, alto sax
JIM DVORAK, trumpet
NEIL METCALFE, flute
PHILLIP GIBBS, guitar
TONY BIANCO, piano
TONY MARSH, drums
BRIAN ABRAHAMS, drums 24:06


VORTEX, LONDON. 13 MAY 2003
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(6) JEAN-LOUIS MÉCHALI "CINE CLUB" (QUOI DE NEUF DOCTEUR, 1993)

Jean-Marc Larché - tenor sax
Jef Sicard - tenor sax, baritone sax, bass clarinet
Philippe Sellam - alto sax
Elton Dean - alto sax (Disc 2)
Jacques Di Donato - clarinet
Jean-François Canape - trumpet, flugelhorn
Michel Godard - tuba
Jean-François Ott - cello (Disc 1)
Denis Tuvéri - accordion, bandoneon (Disc 1)
Malo Vallois - guitar
Jacques Labarrière - piano, keyboards
Sophia Domancich - piano (Disc 2)
Jean-Jacques Avenel - bass
Paul Rogers - bass
Jean-Louis Méchali - drums, percussion
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(7) KEITH TIPPETT'S ARK "100 CLUB LONDON - MAY 1976"

Elton Dean, alto saxophone
Chris Francis, alto saxophone
Larry Stabbins, tenor saxophone
Brian Smith, tenor saxophone
Marc Charig, cornet
Dick Pearce, trumpet
Nick Evans, trombone
Dave Amis, trombone
Keith Tippett, piano
Harry Miller, bass
Louis Moholo, drums


1. unknown title 18:00
2. unknown title 09:54
3. unknown title 12:57
4. unknown title 14:29
5. unknown title 11:50
6. unknown title 11:58


Recorded at 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK on Monday May 24, 1976.
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