2 March 2013

Allan Jaffe - Soundscape (Kromel 1978)

I admit that I had never heard the name of Alan Jaffe before, and I was attracted more by the rest of the company. Maybe most known for being member of  Slickaphonics, you can read his bio here: http://www.allanjaffe.net/bio.html

A1. Thelosophy         10:10    
A2. Soundscape #1         5:30    
A3. Plunkodunko         7:06    
B1. Hyperspace: Warp Drive       11:50    
B2. Song For An Unborn Child       9:52    

James Newton - Flute
Allan Jaffe - Guitar
Anthony Davis - Piano
Ray Anderson - Trombone
Rick Rozie - Bass
Gerry Hemingway - Drums tracks: A1 to A3
Pheeroan ak Laff - Drums tracks: B1, B2

Composed by Allan Jaffe except B1 by Anthony Davis
Recorded on 1, 2 October 1978 at Sound Ideas Studios.

Kromel Records – KR1001
vynil LP


corvimax said...


SOTISE said...

Corvimax, thank you and Welcome To IS...!!

onxidlib said...

Hi Corvimax - welcome also from my side!

corvimax said...

sotise and onxidlib, thank you, I feel honored to partecipate at this historical blog

Andy said...

Welcome Corvimax!

Anonymous said...

Many many thanks !!!
Excellent album.


kinabalu said...

Welcome! Nice encountering you in the "lowlands", too.

ZedBit said...

Thanks corvimax.
Few works should "rest in peace" over LP media ;-)

klakadak said...

Beautiful, Corvimax, thank you very much!

onxidlib said...

Hi corvimax, maybe you could re-up the album.
I welcomed you then - but forgot to download your first post here....

corvimax said...

new link

Nod y said...

@Corvimax & Onxidlib
Maybe you could post it in the "new links for old post " section, I have found it because I have already saw it and wanted to know if a new link have been added but perhaps some people who doesn't search in the basement of "IS" won't find it!

corvimax said...

I'm leaving tomorrow for a week vacation. I will supply a new link when I come back

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Corvimax - your link from April 4 is dtill going strong.
Thank you :-) Only tofay I saw it because of Nod y.
I shall add the post to the re-up list.

Anonymous said...

thanks for this great (re-)post corvmax.

i saw jaffe with time berne's loose cannon in 1990 but for me this is the first sighting of his music. will definitely look for more!