The music herein was already posted by Riccardo in 2010.
But Michael King - producer of the now sadly defunct label - asked for a removal of the links.
The links were removed and the music was released about two years later in 2012 on Reel Recordings.
Already in 2013 the label stopped its production....
King wanted to start a new label called "Jazz in Britain" but sadly he died in 2015.
Elton Dean, alto saxophone, saxello
Alan Skidmore, tenor & soprano sax
Mark Charig, trumpet,tenor horn
Harry Beckett, trumpet,flugelhorn
Radu Malfatti, trombone
Nick Evans, trombone
Keith Tippett, piano
Harry Miller, bass
Louis Moholo, drums
Jim Dvorak, trumpet (2nd set only)
1-1. Oases 20:12
1-2. One Three Nine 14:07
1-3. Sweet F.A. 14:06
1-4. Seven For Lee 16:59
2-1. Nicrotto 20:42
2-2. Macks 14:26
2-3. First Born 13:01
2-4. Bounce 8:51
CD One: First Set
1. Solos: Charig + Dean + Malfatti + Tippett
2. Solos: Dean + Beckett + Tippett
3. Solos: Skidmore + Beckett + Tippett
4. Solos: Dean + Skidmore
CD Two: Second Set
1. Evans/Malfatti duet
2. Solos: Dean + Beckett
3. Solos: Evans + Dean + Tippett
4. Solos: Dvorak + Skidmore
The 100 Club, 100 Oxford St, London, England ~ March 5th 197
Sony TC-D5M Cassette, Stereophonic Ambient Recording
Engineered by twenty-two year Riccardo Bergerone, from a stage front and centre table position as reserved for him personally by Elton Dean.
Positioned far left stage, beyond the band, thus often distant sounding.
Kudos to Keith Tippett for his understanding and support for the music.
REEL RECORDINGS RR024/025