28 December 2018

BILLY BANG "SWEET SPACE / UNTITLED GIFT" (8TH HARMONIC BREAKDOWN, 1979/82)




SWEET SPACE:

Billy Bang, violin
Luther Thomas, alto & tenor saxophone
Butch Morris, cornet
Curtis Clark, piano
Wilber Morris, bass
Steve McCall, drums

1. A Pebble Is A Small Rock (Alternate Take)     14:09
2. Sweet Space (Alternate Take)     4:43
3. Loweski For Frank (Alternate Take)     12:13
4. Music For The Love Of It (Alternate Take)     4:23
5. A Pebble Is A Small Rock     16:37
6. Sweet Space     5:09
7. Loweski For Frank (T.F.R.)     12:50
8. Music For The Love Of It     5:44

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UNTITLED GIFT:

Billy Bang, violin, yokobue flute, congas, bells
Don Cherry, pocket trumpet, flute, bells
Wilber Morris, bass
Denis Charles, drums

1. Echovamp 1678     12:08
2. Night Sequence  5:52
3. The Kora Song     6:05
4. Maat     11:53
5. Levitation For Santana     4:18
6. Focus On Sanity  4:25


"Sweet Space" recorded at the Loeb Student Center, New York University, November 15, 1979. Tracks 5 - 8 previously released on LP Anima 12741 (USA) - tracks 1 to 4 previously unreleased.

"Untitled Gift" recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, New York, February 7, 1982. Previously released on LP Anima 3BG9 (USA).

Both CDs were mastered from the original source tapes.
8th Harmonic Breakdown – 8thHB 8005-6 (US, 2004)

13 comments:

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

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francisco santos said...

HUGE BIG THX!...

BT said...

Thank-you very much

Sun Ra said...

Thanks for the New Year's present!

Unknown said...

oo, thanks!

Bhowani said...

Merci beaucoup !!

bventure said...

Many thanks Ernst, much appreciated

dogon ad said...

This is glorious Ernst!!! Thanks so much!

unitstructure said...

thank you for the share.I failed to pick up these recordings upon their release so I'm grateful being able to listen.

unitstructure said...

Thanks for the share.Some great musicians on these dates who are no longer with us.

Porer said...

Thank you very much!

agmosk said...

Thanks, Ernst! Great post!

guairao said...

Many thanks, Ernst!