13 January 2018

MICHAEL SELL QUARTETT "JUGOSLAWISCHE QUARTETTE" (MISP, 1981)



Michael Sell, trumpet
Bernd Konrad, bass clarinet & soprano saxophone
Buschi Niebergall, double bass
Frank Köllges, drums


A1. Heute, Gestern, Morgen     9:20
A2. Früher Oder Später     6:35
Drei Kleine Nachspiele Zu "Früher Oder Später"     3:50
A3a. Nr. 1     1:17
A3b. Nr. 2     1:19
A3c. Nr. 3     1:14
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B1. Unterwegs     14:53
B2. Bestimmt Doch Unbestimmt     8:48

Track B1: Double Quartet


Recorded December 28/29, 1981 at Zuckerfabrik Stuttgart.

MISP 507 (vinyl rip)

18 comments:

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...
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James Manion said...

Awesome post Ernst, tremendous thanks!

correct silence said...

wow fantastic Ernst! thanks a lot

correct silence said...

Hi Ernst, just listening to it but unfortunately it have been ripped in mono.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

Vanderbrötz said...

Danke Ernst

correct silence said...

Hi Ernst Do you think you could provide a new rip in stereo, even without editing track by track it would be ok for me. But perhaps i'm the only one who care about it?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Yep - I shall do a new rip soon.

correct silence said...

oh yes Ernst it would be great, and once again if it is too much to edit track by track, it is ok for me side by side. You can even send it to me directly and I can edit and re-post it if you want.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

New rip from my mint copy (previous rip was not from my LP) in stereo.

1fichier

rev.b said...

Sweet! Thanks Ernst.

James Manion said...

Thank you Ernst, much appreciated!

francisco santos said...

not bad the sound of the first even in MONO so this one must be excellent...
THX AGAIN!...

correct silence said...

Extraordinaire! Ernst you are on top of the game. May I ask you for this one who seems totally interesting:
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Michael-Sell-Doppelquintett-Emanationen/release/868777

Solomon said...

Thank you!

Ben Ticehurst said...

Thank-you very much

correct silence said...

Hi Ernst. I appreciate the recent evening homework that you gives: discovering Michael Sell's music. I knew the man but didn't really took time to listen to his music and it is a real and pleasant discovery. This one provide once again sophisticated compositions without being too hermetic. I thought that I read somewhere that he was not so satisfied by his work on the Free Jazz Group Wiesbaden? Am I right?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Correct Silence, it would be more correct to say he wanted to have more control over the (his) musical output.
Over the years he became a conposer only.
Only about two or three years ago he started to play trumpet again. The main reason was his grand-daughter.
She started to play trumpet as well and he wanted to give a good personal example - and he rediscovered the pleasure to play an instrument.
When I asked him about a reissue he was quite content. So I assume that the musical merits of the FJGW weren't totally lost on him even after many years being a composer only.
Not at least Malte Burba - his trumpet player of choice for his compositions - did his job very well.
It somehow boils down to Sell's personal preferences. Surely the exposure to the music of Bach and also protestant spiritual music during his infancy shaped his path more as he grew older.