30 July 2016
25 July 2016
KEITH TIPPETT - piano, music box
PAUL DUNMALL - penny whistles, tenor and soprano saxophones
PAUL ROGERS - bass
TONY LEVIN - drums
Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham. 14th January 1989
The very first concert under the name Mujician. What Keith Tippett does in the first ten minutes, taking it down to an exquisite, hear-a-pin-drop, almost-stop, is a beautiful thing.
Nice recording by Stu.
23 July 2016
Again my thanks goes to the original uploader.
Evert Brettschneider, electric & acoustic guitar
Aloys Kott, electric & acoustic bass
Peter Eisold, drums, percussion
A1. Air Lines 8:15
A2. String Games 8:36
A3. Daddy Longleg 3:37
B1. Simply Symphony 9:00
B2. Silence 7:23
B3. Elbow Dance 6:06
Recorded October 1980 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg.
Japo Records – JAPO 60036 (vinyl rip)
21 July 2016
This is not my rip - so thanks goes to the original uploader!
Evert Brettschneider, acoustic & electric guitar
Aloys Kott, bass
Michael Jüllich, percussion, marimba, vibes
A1. Happy 7:30
A2. Circle 12:57
B1. The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog 3:49
B2. Stoned Tunes 3:56
B3. New Marks 10:17
Recorded January 1978 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg.
Japo Records – JAPO 60024 (vinyl rip)
17 July 2016
Thanks to the original uploader. Shame on me but I've forgotten whom I have to thank for this rip...
MICHAL URBANIAK GROUP
Urszula Dudziak, voice, synthesizer
Michal Urbaniak, violin, saxophone
Adam Makowicz, electric piano
Roman Dylag, bass
Czeslaw Bartkowski, drums
SCANDINAVIAN NEW JAZZ GROUP
Bobo Stenson, electric piano, accordion
Palle Danielsson, bass
Lennart Aberg, tenor & soprano saxophone
Kjell Westling, soprano saxophone
Bengt Berger , drums, percussion
WOLFGANG DAUNER'S ET CETERA
Wolfgang Dauner, keyboards, sitar
Attila Zoller, guitar
Armen Halburian, percussion
Fred Braceful, drums
KARL BERGER COMPANY
Karl Berger, vibraphone, piano
Ingrid Berger, voice
Peter Kowald, bass
Allan Blairman, drums
Recorded at the 3. Internationales New Jazz Meeting auf Burg Altena, June 24 and 25, 1972.
JG RECORDS JG 32/33 (vinyl rip)
Since July 9 we're almost flooded by a wealth of Ornette Coleman ROIO's.
The last offer was given yesterday.....
We believe this more than generous contribution deserves a proper post.
Our appreciation goes to our anonymous donor!
Ornette Coleman live Paris 11-4-1965 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Amherst 11-30-1967 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Belgrade 11-2-1971 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Bilzen 8-24-1969 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Copenhagen 10-31-1965 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Berlin 10-30-1965, Bremen 12-3-1965 and San Remo 3-27-1966 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Cologne 11-11-1971 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman solo live Cologne 11-11-1971or1972 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Paris 2-12-1966 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live NYC 7-4-1972 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Bracknell 7-8-1978 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Moers 6-8-1981 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Hartford 6-30-1985 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Zuerich 10-30-1987 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Austin 11-14-2004 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Antwerpen 8-19-2007 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Essen 2-14-2007 in FLAC.
Ornette Coleman live Rotterdam 7-15-2007 in FLAC.
9 July 2016
DIZZY GILLESPIE - trumpet
GLEN DREWES - trumpet
VIRGIL JONES - trumpet
EARL GARDNER - trumpet
JON FADDIS - trumpet
FRANK LACY - trombone
STEVE TURRE - trombone, conch
BRITT WOODMAN - trombone
BOB STEWART - tuba
JUKKA PERKO - alto saxophone
JERRY DODGION - alto saxophone, flute
SAM RIVERS - tenor and soprano saxophones, flute
RALPH MOORE - tenor saxophone
HOWARD JOHNSON - baritone saxophone
JAMES WILLIAMS - piano
ED CHERRY - guitar
JOHN LEE - bass
IGNACIO BERROA - drums
DANIEL PONCE - congas
01 Intro - Charles Fox 2:35
02 Prelude and Tocatta 12:54
03 Emanon 4:44
04 Lover Come Back to Me 5:44
05 'Round Midnight 10:30
06 Things to Come 8:13
07 Interview 20:19
01 Manteca 14:46
02 Without You, No Me 9:33
03 Night In Tunisia 16:53
04 The Champ 12:04
05 Olinga 11:52
06 Outro - Brian Morton 1:41
Royal Festival Hall, London. July 1987
6 July 2016
This is the second installment from two cassettes featuring the CMIF, I've received some years ago.
The first one I've reupped two days ago.
And off course there is also the only official LP this cluster of musicians has ever released.
I got these cassettes from a dear colleague who got it from Bobby Naughton sometime during the seventies.
Only collective personnel is available for this rare recording:
Muhal Richard Abrams, p
George Alford, tp
Marion Brandis, fl
Andrew Cyrille, perc
Joe Fonda, b
Frank Gordon, tp
Craig Harris, tb
Gerry Hemingway, perc
Leroy Jenkins, v
Bill Lowe, tp,tu
Amina Claudine Myers, p
Bobby Naughton, vib
Genghis Nor, tp
Mahasin Nor, tb
Mario Pavone, b
Ned Rothenberg, reeds
Leo Smith, tp
Mark Whitecage, reeds
Yoharu [Yohura] Ralph Williams, perc
1. Melancholia (Ellington) 08:17
2. Two Pieces from Orch. Set No.3 (L.Smith) 24:44
3. Picric Wobble (Naughton) 13:26
1. Concert Song No.3 (Abrams) 19:13
2. Composition No.100 (Braxton) 11:22
3. Variations On A Duke Theme (Abrams) 07:38
4. Blue Rose (Hemingway) (incomplete) 08:49
Recorded at Hartford Jazz Society, [prob. Hartford, CT] on Dec.5, 1982
[ripped from a cassette]
all text found on the cassette and handwritten insert except [...] and no timings were given -
on CD2 tracking is a bit uncertain for track 4. Probably the last few seconds on the cassette/CD are the incomplete "Blue Rose".
1 July 2016
Dennis Charles - Drums, African Hand Drum, Indian Bells, Cymbals
Sue Ann Harkey - Prepared 12 String Guitar, Percussion, Train Whistle
Sharon Gannon - Words, Vocals, Violin Echo-plex, Tibetan Bells, Indian Ankle Bells
David Life - Sarengi, African Lyre, Steel Drums
Don Cherry - Pocket Trumpet, Doussn' Gouni, Berimbau, Flutes and Whistles
A1 - Paracelsus Paradigm
A2 - Is This A Bridge Exactly?
A3 - Gajananam
B1 - Liberation From Samsara
B2 - Neti-Neti
B3 - Fading Green
Recorded on Mothers Day 1987 at Harold Dessau Studio, NYC.
Direct Metal Mastering at Europadisc NYC Hannukah 1987.
About Audio Letter:
The Past... In 1979, long before Seattle was known for Cobain and Cornell, vocalist/violinist Sharon Gannon and guitarist Sue Ann Harkey formed, as Gannon describes it, "a stream-of-consciousness experiment" which they dubbed Audio Letter. Although other musicians would drift in and out of their orbit, the duo remained a constant as their experimental nature allowed Gannon to incorporate her interests in alchemy, meditation, and Eastern philosophy into their work.
Relocating to New York in 1983, Gannon and Harkey became fixtures in the downtown experimental and world music scene, finding fellow musicians such as John Zorn, Fred Firth and Ikue More to be kindred spirits. Audio Letter's wholly improvised gigs in East Village venues like Life Cafe and 8BC attracted a growing number of fans including legendary jazz trumpeter Don Cherry, drummer Denis Charles, and artist/musician David Life. Collaborations with Cherry, Charles, and Life resulted in It Is This, It Is Not This, Audio Letter's first album, released in 1987.
The album garnered enthusiastic critical acclaim in the underground music world exemplified by future Rolling Stone critic Ann Powers who, then writing for The Rocket, described it as a "philosophical and musical stew different than any other aural communication in Seattle." However, the world had not yet awakened from the Reagan years and Audio Letter disbanded in 1988. Gannon and Harkey simply waited for the times to catch up to them