1 October 2013

ROBERT WOOD "TAROT" (EDICI, 1971)



Steve Potts, alto saxophone, flute
Robert Wood, vibraphone
Kent Carter, bass
Ron Pittner, drums



A1. The Sun, Rain And Good Weather     09:34
A2. The Hanged Man, To Loose The Day   08:25
B1. The High Priestess, Vibrana        25:22


Recorded in Paris, June 24, 1971.

EDICI ED 0061020

(lp rip)    

25 comments:

onxidlib said...
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Anonymous said...

thanks, I'm looking forward to this one. Psych jazz!

Solomon said...

Thank you.

SloPozo said...

We're really smokin' now!

Evenslowerzo said...

Actually meant to say: This is a GOOD one,people!

Jason said...

Haven't heard this yet but that cover is pretty righteous.

Anonymous said...

great stuff, i'm very glad to hear this, one more from Ron Pittner and Kent Carter, thanks much, onxidlib!!

Igor

glmlr said...

Thanks. A pleasure to discover a new vibes player. Too few of them around.

softnucleus said...

Many thanks for this gem of this obscure and underrated vibes player.
Here (although in mp3) his own second LP "Sonabular" (1973) solo and duo with French drummer Gilbert Artman
http://continuo.wordpress.com/2009/03/09/robert-wood-sonabular/

softnucleus said...

And here you can find "Unnamed", Robert Wood with the French Band "Lard Free" led by Gilbert Artman
http://bordeldorock.blogspot.it/2013/08/lard-free-complete-discography-1973.html

jazzuk said...

Thanks for this one!

longbranch said...

Thanks for this, looking forward to it!

Wallofsound said...

Ta

James Manion said...

Thank you!

Toci said...

Thank you!

sikes said...

Hi, onxidlib, could you re-up this please, thanks

onxidlib said...
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sikes said...

Thank you onxidlib

DW said...

onxidlib, thanks!

Anonymous said...

Could someone please, please re-up this?

Anonymous said...

Could someone please re-up this album?


Thank you,

Ben C.

From Illinois

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

No problem - it's quite easy. The link is still up. It's only that 1fichier has changed their link formats or better the way it is 'written'.
1fichier

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Ernst!

rev.b said...

I was thinking about this album the other day. It must be in the air. Thanks Ernst.

bhowani bhowani said...

Thanks a lot for the re up, Ernst !