1 June 2017

MAL WALDRON - NUMBER NINETEEN (TRIO RECORDS, 1979)




A1. Number Nineteen
B1. Trip
B2. Watakushi No Sekai


Dick Van Der Capellen, bass
Martin Van Duynhoven, drums
Mal Waldron, piano


Recorded in Baarn, Holland, 30th May, 1971.

Trio Records ‎– PA-9733, Freedom ‎– FLP 41073

LP Rip


14 comments:

Nick said...


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Solomon said...

Thank you!

Humph said...

Super! Mal Waldron is always welcome
Merci beaucoup !!

davide said...

thanks for Mal, always

francisco santos said...

great!...
BIG THX!...

brian said...

great post...very rare! so thank you! very mucho!

Rob said...

Thank you, thank you. Love Mal.

steve said...

Looks very fine! Many thanks!

correct silence said...

These trios records from this period are my favorites Mal Waldron and this one is certainly on the top of the list. On this record he really reach a high level of power and introspection. Dick Van Der Capellen is more restrained but Martin Van Duynhoven is equally strong and inventive. Thank you Nick.

konjaku said...

Watakushi no sekai, "My World"

sandor essedy said...

great thanks!! a new Waldron for me, & a good one.

Anonymous said...

love these Japanese Waldron recordings - so good - he had a special connection there for sure

-Otto- said...

Thanks for this one. Seems to be similar in the set-up as the "A.L.B.O.M." LP recorded in 1972 (with Haverhoek and Courbois) which was a Black Lion/Freedom release - as was the 1972 solo album "Blues for Lady Day."

jawn john said...

Excellent work. Many thanks to you for this proper FLAC vinyl rip. One of the few Waldron's I still need.