10 April 2021

MAX ROACH QUARTET "LIVE IN AMSTERDAM" (BAYSTATE, 1977)

 


 Here's a reup of Paul's post - below we have the original text which is still current.

< Max Roach Quartet in Amsterdam 1977 If you ever saw this band, it was a knockout, muscular sax, polyrhythms, always ancient to the future... Baystate LP, vinyl Rip, wav files >

 

Billy Harper, tenor saxophone
Cecil Bridgewater, trumpet
Reggie Workman, double bass
Max Roach, drums


1. It's Time (Roach) 22:49
2. Call of the Wild & Peacful Heart (Harper) 26:12

Recorded live August 17, 1977 at the "Jazzhaus", Amsterdam, Holland.

Baystate ‎– RVJ-6029
(vinyl rip - 96 khz)

18 comments:

Wallofsound said...

It was a great band. Wonderful to hear this. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

May I suggest you bigger scans and smaller files?

Dan

jazzcol said...

Thank you for the share. I agree with the suggestion. Nothing wrong with 320 kbps mp3 files, and portability with unnoticeable quality loss is a huge advantage.

trane said...

Thanks for the welcome upgrade

Marcus said...

Wonderful. Many thanks!

FWIW, I disagree about the MP3s. Even at 320 kbps, the quality loss is clearly audible.

Flacs are a great alternative: lossless, while much smaller than wavs. There are a number of free WAV to FLAC converters, if you're interested.

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

can anyone re-up this ? flac preferred

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

In Wav: 1fichier

Tim Niland said...

Max Roach with Billy Harper is an incredible combination, thank you for posting these unheralded albums.

kike said...

Thank you so much for sharing Max Roach!

rev.b said...

One of the best bands ever, hands down. Thanks Ernst, I don't believe I've heard this before.

Porer said...

Thank you very much!

djh62uk said...

Many thanks for the re-up. Sounds like a great band. WAV works fine for me and of course memory is so cheap these days.

BT said...

Thank-you so much

armador said...

Many thanks

bhowani said...

Merci beaucoup, Ernst!

dd said...

Wow! Thanks Ernst!

Guitarradeplastico,scraping oddities said...

Many thanks

indigonoir said...

Thank you Ernst.