18 December 2016

JACKSON KRALL - ASSOCIATED BIG BAND & SECRET MUSIC SOCIETY (STORK 1001 + 1003)



Got these two cassette rips from a friend a few days ago. I was alerted that the recordings contain some digital artifacts but haven't found much of it.
Enjoyed the music (what else...!) and I'm especially delighted to have some more sounds from the rarely recorded Earl Cross.


THE ASSOCIATED BIG BAND

Denis Charles, drums
Jackson Krall, drums
William Parker, bass
Hal Onserud, bass
Albey Balgochian, bass
Masahiko Kono, trombone
Marco Eneidi, alto saxophone
Rob Brown, alto saxophone
Daniel Carter, alto saxophone, trumpet
Richard Keene, tenor saxophone, flute
Lewis Barnes, trumpet
Leopanar G. Witlarge, fluegelhorn
Karen Borca, bassoon, soprano saxophone

A1. Snapping Turtle (Borca) 7:54
A2. Ceres Interlude (Keene) 8:31
A3. BoP (Balgochian, Onserud, Parker) 5:28
B1. Dennis and Jackson at the Beach (Charles, Krall) 2:26
B2. Ghosts (Ayler) 12:29
B3. Cross Cross (Krall) 7:32

Recorded October 27, 1991, 11 pm at the Knitting Factory, NY.

The Associated Big Band (Stork 1001) (cassette release)

Source: original cassette > 24 bits / 48 kHz WAV > FLAC [removed - manually - some digital artifacts]


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JACKSON KRALL & THE SECRET MUSIC SOCIETY

Yaya Mohammed Majid, tenor saxophone
Marco Eneidi, alto saxophone
Earl Cross, trumpet
William Parker, bass
Jackson Krall, drums


A. Beyond the Yellow Line  23:52
B. Somewhere on Columbus Ave.  27:49

Recorded July 21, 1984, Shuttle Theatre, New York City

Jackson Krall & The Secret Music Society (Stork 1003) (cassette release)

Source: cassette dub > 24 bits / 48 kHz WAV > FLAC  (from STORK 1003)

7 comments:

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Associated Big Band - Stork 1001
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Jackson Krall & The Secret Music Society
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armando said...

Amazing, Ernst! Thank you very much.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

wightdj said...

Good stuff, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Is there more info about the Stork label somewhere? Can't find anything.

Anonymous said...

Stork is mentioned in this article about Marco Eneidi: http://www.pointofdeparture.org/PoD57/PoD57Eneidi.html

"Part imprint and part distribution service, Stork Music regrouped cassette tapes independently produced by musicians." The bibliography contains dates: 1992/1994.

bhowani bhowani said...

Thank you, Ernst !