8 December 2017

Roy Brooks Aboriginal Percussion Choir - Live at the Montreux-Detroit Jazz Festival 1986-1989 (Sagittarius A-Star 2013)

some already knows it, but after a request is here for all

side A
Aboriginal theme song, part I
side B
Aboriginal theme song, part II
Panoramic view points
side C
side D
Gloom and Doom

side E
Samba del Sol
side F
Five for Max


Brad Felt
Geri Allen
Jerry LeDuff
Ray Mantilla
Marion Hayden
Vincent Bowens
Marcus Belgrave
Sundiata Keita Sun Drummer Society
Teddy Harris New Breed BeBop Society

Sagittarius A-Star #36
3LP set in a triple folder cover;
two black vinyls ('86) + one transparent red ('89)
released 2013


corvimax said...


Solomon said...

Thank you!

francisco santos said...


davide said...

nice post thanks for sharing

Sun Ra said...

Thanks so much, been looking for this one!

wightdj said...

Cool, thanks.

Kostas from Piraeus said...

Thank you very much!!!
I believe that the track on LP 1-Side B is not working...please take care of it...thank you.

corvimax said...
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corvimax said...

Kostas, I downloaded and listened LP 1-Side B and it looks ok to me

Kostas from Piraeus said...

I downloaded it again and everything is great...
Thanks a lot and sorry for the trouble...

hideo said...

wow, just wow. Thanks, corvimax!

Julius said...

mega.nz is not working.
Anyone has the same problem?

Roger said...

I have a discography question for this release. Can anyone tell me which instruments Brad Felt plays on these recordings, and if the information is given, which tracks he plays on? Thanks!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Roger, these LPs were released without any specific information on who plays what and on which tracks.
Usually Felt is credited for tuba and euphonium. Sometimes even for baritone saophone.
Emanuele Pinotti the man behind Sagittarius A-Star (and Qbico + others) hasn't included a detailed line-up.

Roger said...

Thanks for the follow up. One correction: Brad Felt played the baritone horn, not the baritone sax. In his later years he focused on the euphonium. I saw him play many times in the Detroit area until his untimely passing.