4 August 2021


Requests, broken links, re-ups and related topics go here. It may be easier for admins to be attentive to these topics if they are put here and not under the individual posts. There's no guarantee that we may be able to respond to everything, but we'll give it a try.

I've deleted the previous 'Requests' post as it was becoming a bit unwieldy.
I shall start the requests with the last one from the previous thread.


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Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Rasimov77 said...

The Ubu Roi blogspot once provided two interesting "historic" concert recordings from the Berliner Jazztage:

George Russell Group
Berliner Jazztage 1970
Berlin (DE), Philharmonie
November 5, 1970

and 2)
Don Ellis - Berlin Dream Band
Berliner Jazztage 1968
Berlin (DE), Philharmonie
November 8, 1968

Of course are the links dead since years - bute maybe some has these files and could upload them again...

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I'm searching for "Hekura - Yanomamo Shamanism From Southern Venezuela" on David Toop's Quartz Publications !QUARTZ 004 (LP).
Lossless would be desired but a high quality mp3 will be appreciated as well.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Ah yes - these would be appreciated as well:

Peter Van De Locht, Boy Raaijmakers ‎"At Different Times" Group-Music Productions ‎– ES 46 136

Fred van Hove ‎"I-II-III" Edition Explico ‎– exp 06

Anonymous said...

now, the yanomamo lp would be VERY welcome!!! guess it's rare as hell, only released in the 70's in small quantities...

Unknown said...

I would love a re-up of this Nels Cline/Jeff Parker show: http://inconstantsol.blogspot.no/2008/01/nels-clinejeff-parkernate-mcbridefrank.html

Anonymous said...

found a complete yanomamö rip in mp3-256kb/s:


it's not the one used in the youtube-video (audio only):


cheers, lucky

Vanderbrötz said...

A Re up please Fred Anderson Another Place (Moers Music) thanks

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Oh yes - thank you very much, Lucky!
Finally I can hear the whole ceremony.................

Anonymous said...

Hey guys, you all do a magnificent job here and it is always a pleasure to follow your blog and of course a treasure!!
I have a question, maybe it is possible for you to find some better sounding versions of those two albums? Mal Waldron - Signals & Amina Claudine Myers - Poems for Piano - The Music of Marion Brown. I only have some very scratchy vinyl rips of those two. Thanks in advance,

mew23 said...

New link for
Fred Anderson Quintet - Another Place (1977)


Vanderbrötz said...

Hallo Mew23 Thank you very much...

Anonymous said...

Seconded!! In the strongest possible way.

"I would love a re-up of this Nels Cline/Jeff Parker show: http://inconstantsol.blogspot.no/2008/01/nels-clinejeff-parkernate-mcbridefrank.html"

Rasimov77 said...

Here's a link to the requested Dutch 1970 record "At Different Times" with Boy Raaymakers (tp), Peter van de Locht (as), Robert Scholes (b), Noel McGhee (dr) + Burton Greene (p) on B-Side:

Part 1:
Part 2:

Vinyl rip in FLAC

Andreas said...

I have been looking for some Andrew White. Seems impossible to find... I would greatly appreciate any of his albums from the '70s. The stuff I've heard on YouTube sounds awesome!

kinabalu said...

New links for Nels Cline - Turning Point - at the original post.

kinabalu said...

Re. request from Rasimov77:

Links to George Russell/Don Ellis - one file only.



Background info can be found here:


Rasimov77 said...

thanks very much for the G. Russell & D. Ellis uploads !!!

Love Letters Journal said...

Always heard so much good things about Sean Bergin's 'Kids Mysteries' - strangely very obscure compared to the Brotherhood of Breath stuff that preceeded it. Anybody care to post?

Also, another lost intrigue:
K. Curtis Lyle & Julius Hemphill's "The Collected Poems For Blind Lemon Jefferson"

The above two were released on LP in the 70s/80s and are now not available.

John Wolf Brennan Hextet's '...Through the Ear of a Raindrop'
was released as a CD but sold out according to Leo Records

The last one was on this blog but the links are dead: Max roach and the World Saxophone Quartet


cmingus said...

request for this title only appeared on Vinyl


kinabalu said...
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Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI Kinabalu - the CD is still available at the source > http://ww4.aitsafe.com/cf/add.cfm?userid=6058251&product=Sean+Bergin+Kids+Mysteries+cd&price=13.00&qty=1&return=www.nimbuswest.com/files/html/CDs.htm

kinabalu said...

It is? Good homework there, Onx. I'll wipe it.

Anonymous said...

I'm searching for Don 'Sugarcane' Harris - Keyzop, MPS 1975

PhilBob-SquareHead said...

I was hoping someone could give me a "top 10 or 20" titles that Free Jazz/Avant Garde fans need in their collection. I'm fairly new to this music and other than the obvious Albert Ayler, Pharoah Sanders, Ornette Coleman, popular albums...I am a bit overwhelmed by all the artists represented here.

Thank You

neil said...

A New link, please (NOT Rapidshare) for Archie Shepp - Live at the Donaueschingen Music Festival (1967)

Unknown said...

You are doing a great service here--many thanks. I would love to see a re-up of Radigue's Adnos I-III.

Anonymous said...

Hi guys
Your are my last resort. I'm searching desperately for the following recording:
Titles: Rhythmbox Part 1 and Part 2 (live recordings)
Musicians: Peter Brötzmann (for sure), Han Bennink (for sure), Fred van Hove (almost sure) and later Albert Mangelsdorff joined in.
Date: the concert must have been around the mid 1970-ies, somewhere in Germany

I recorded this once onto mono reel tape (long gone) from a radio broadcast on SWF 2 (or 3), moderated by Achim Hebgen.

Any information / help (or even better: a copy) would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks to all on this blog for keeping this music from getting lost.

Anonymous said...

@ Unknown

Adnos I-III has been re-issued by Important Records.

Many other Radigue titles are currently in print on Important, Alga Marghen, Lovely, etc.


kinabalu said...

@George: I've looked in the archives to see if I could find something that fits the description. The only thing I have come up with is this one:

Quartier Latin
Berlin, Germany

aud->cd trade->eac->tlh->flac

1. 10:05
2. 9:09
3. 11:17
4. 15:26
5. 22:28
TT 68:25

It has the four musicians, but the date isn't exactly the mid-70s. It's an audience recording and not something recorded by a radio station, so probably not the one you're looking for. Still, quite fine, all the same.

kinabalu said...

Thanks, Robert. I was going to say that, but you got there ahead of me. I posted this item a few years back, a download from the net, and decided to get my own copy once it became available again. However, the packaging is quite different, so I thought I might at least repost the original artwork from the Table of the Elements release. So here it is:


Quique said...

hello, please, would greatly appreciate if you upload the CD Andrew Hill Live in london 2000 'Thank you for your concern for music again really good

Anonymous said...

"Kinabalu Re. Brötzmann Trio + Mangelsdorff:
Thanks for the quick response.
Datewise it still could be the one, but I can't say for sure. For that I would need to hear it.
Do you know whether the concert you mention has officially been published (label, rec id ?)?
thanks a lot indeed

SOTISE said...

Hey Folks, can anyone reup, the 4th disc of Baden Baden 69?, both the gamefront and RS links are dead... i'm so bummed out i missed that one!


John said...

Dear Sol-sters,

I've heard that there might be recordings of Julius Hemphill's "Long Tongues" floating around out there. Does anyone have any leads, or possibly a copy?

Also, I asked in the comments on the album page, but if Hemphill's Dogon AD with the Hard Blues track could be reuploaded? I'm pretty sure that the reissue from 2011 is OOP now.

Thank you & Cheers!

kinabalu said...

@Sotise: Sure. New links at the original post.

Btw, any chance of you reupping your Bang-Lindberg post from way back? Don't think I got it at the time. TIA.


kinabalu said...

@Quique: New links at the original post. (Have I said that before?)

SOTISE said...

thanks K, I'LL RE-Rip the Bang Lindberg

kinabalu said...

Splendid, S! I just reupped one of your very early posts, Andrew Hill in London 2000, in lossless no less.

avantgarterbelt said...

Being a huge fan of the Dutch scene, I would like to propose a post of any J.C.Tans and the Rockets albums. I had them at one time before someone decided they wanted them more than did I... :( Thanks in advance- love the site and the camaraderie I've seen here. Wish I had discovered you guys earlier.

Formosa Coweater said...

Searching for the Phil Wilson Quartet's Prodigal Son, a 1968 release on Freeform Records that features Leonard Hochman, George Moyer, and Tony Sarni. It's a longshot as I have spent hours flipping through LPs without any luck... Thanks (any other Hochman recordings from his tours in Europe would also be amazing).

jim said...

Plhttp://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/06/x-communicationwillisauseptember.htm Please repost,Thank you!

kinabalu said...

@JM: Done, at the original post.

bernizz said...

Hi everyone, I am back after a long time. Glad to see that the blog is still active! I am currently looking into the music of Masahiko Togashi and other japanese musicians. Could someone make the MASAHIKO TOGASHI "BURA-BURA" links available, please? This album looks like a real treat!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Bura-Bura without scans should be ready this week - with scans it might last a bit longer!?
I will re-up it as you prefer...

bernizz said...

Thank you so much, great! Scans are not necessary. Much appreciated.

Owen said...

Hi guys. Thanks so much to Andy (and Paul Dunmall) for all the DUNS CDr uploads. I already owned about a third of them and it has been great to complete the collection. I intend to put a little box/folder together to put on the shelf alongside my 50 disc Dunmall FMR box. One can never have too much Dunmall!

Notwithstanding the DUNS albums licensed to Cadence Jazz for itunes sales (off to grab them now), is the collection here complete though? I couldn't find DLE015 (which I'm pretty sure isn't one of the Cadence Jazz licensed titles). Any chance of that being being added too?

Paul Dunmall/Dave Alexander/Tim Wells: Live in London (DLE015)

Owen from Aus

PS. Sorry if I missed it!

Andy said...

Owen. I had previously posted the music from Live In London along with extra stuff here http://inconstantsol.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/paul-dunmall-tim-wells-dave-alexander.html

Owen said...

Many thanks! Will grab that one tomorrow along with the iTunes titles. Then my DUNS collection will be complete. Wa-hey!

Pete K. said...

Looking for "Esoteric" featuring Phillip Wilson and Olu Dara on Hat Hut. Anyone have it by chance?

Owen said...

FWIW the reason I couldn't find it was I had been searching under the "label" page for DUNS -

and also a manual search for "DLE015".Since all the other DUNS titles are listed under the DUNS label, and include the DLE### (DUNS### for the first few) catalogue number I expected this one to be filed this way as well. No worries. I have it now. Many thanks again!

kinabalu said...

PeteK: Found it in a quiet, secluded corner of the innernetz:



Listening to it, I have to say I really enjoy it. Many humorous takes on Lester Bowie with Olu Dara in a sense substituting for the man himself. Philip Wilson did a duo with Bowie on another occasion which is well worth seeking out.

AlexinSolex said...

Any chance of uploading in lossless - if there is ..-
Steve Lacy / Michel Waisvisz / Han Bennink / Maarten Van Regteren Altena ‎– Lumps ???

Thanks in Advance
Alex in Solex

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI Alex - "Lumps" is included in the ICP box - therefore no posting here on IS.

Pete K. said...

Thanks, Kinabalu and Inconstant Sol. I appreciate the file and your comments. It is revealing to hear this duo on the heels of the Lester Bowie duet on Paul Bley's label Improvising Artists. I was in studio with them when they recorded that and think it's a shame they never released the rest of the music they put down that day. Esoteric is beautiful music, glad I get a chance to enjoy it. Phillip was an amazing musician and person. Olu was a good player. Peace

JazzyRoger said...

Is there any chance someone could make Jack DeJohnette's New Directions - Live in Lovere '79 available somewhere other than Rapidshare? That link doesn't work at all for me and I don't want to subscribe to them for fear of spam/spyware.

I'm a great fan of the original New Directions live album on ECM and would love to hear this other show, preferably in flac. or mp3 if that's all that's possible.


Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Again entropy has taken its toll...
Please could someone re-up http://inconstantsol.blogspot.de/2011/08/manfred-schoof-european-jazz-avantgarde.html
I wanted to listen and than to re-up it but my version is full of digital artifacts...
Any help would be appreciated - thanks in advance.

kinabalu said...

@Roger: New links in flac at the original post.

I dumped Rapidshare after they decided to charge 50 Euro for one week of hosting files. Eventually they decided to dump me as well. Even the alternative free account was deleted. Good riddance to them! I'm not aware that there's any spyware issue with them, but what do I care!

kinabalu said...

Hang on, I wrote one week up above, but it should have been one month which doesn't really make it more palatable, does it? Simply smart? - my ass!

mew23 said...

onxidlib, re-up of Manfed Schoof & The European Avantgarde, Köln 1972


Btw - this recording had been posted before at upkerry's blog 'One Week Man', with 11 March 1970 as the recording date (the blog page is included).
Enjoy anyway

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Great - thank you mew23 for your swift answer and re-upping!
I know there was a debate about the recording date - have to check it once mor. Probably upkerry is correct but I have some more sources, though,
However - Thank You Vety Much!! :-)

Anonymous said...

I am yearning for a chance to hear the Cecil Taylor, Jimmy Lyons, Andrew Cyrille - Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany - 6th November 1975 concert.


Eternally Grateful

Deep Bow....

mew23 said...

consuming0culture, new link was added at

Rasimov77 said...

In honor and memory to the GREAT Kenny Wheeler I may ask for

the complete New Jazz Meeting Baden Baden 1978 (Trumpet Summit)

NDR Workshop #132 (1978) with the Trio

and additionally:
Alan Skidmore Quintet at the Jazzfestival Frankfurt 1972

For an upload of these concerts I would be very grateful - thanks in advance...

Jimi Hendrix said...

HI, i want to ask you a request for a new link of ''The Feed-Back, GRUPPO DI IMPROVVISAZIONE NUOVA CONSONANZA [THE GROUP] "THE FEED-BACK", 1970.

Lossless would be perfect, but mp3 is ok :) <3

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi mew23 - I have the BB 1978 and shall upload it. I will need some time, though.
Quite occupied in the real world recently.

@ Jimi Hendrix - "The Feed-Back" is available since several months as CD and LP (including CD).

Anonymous said...

Please could anyone help? Been looking for District Six 'To Be Free' for years. Actually saw this lineup play in support of this album in 1980s. Appreciative of any assistance from the community - Jeff.

kinabalu said...

@Jeff: Got it! We're talking Edition EG Records 1987, right? I'll rip it and put it up here for sure. We've had more requests for that record, so it will definitely be posted. Hang in there!

Anonymous said...

@Kinabalu Can't believe you have a copy - thank you so much. I have some interesting stuff archived that I can make available - Jeff

Burnt Records said...

i have been on a mad hunt for Basil Kirchins' "World Within Worlds Vol.I" (with Evan parker & Derek Bailey) for a very long time...just throwing it out there if anyone can help...thanks for your time!!!!

martin said...

Please could some heroic person re-up the 'Ask Me Now' set by the Me We Quintet (Tramontana, Dorner, Wachsmann, Lehn & Lovens - and what does 'unselected percussion' mean?) in Munich 2005. Please?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

@ martin - I'll do a re-up soon.
For "unselected percussion" ask Paul Lovens - but I think it means household stuff or similar objects...

Rasimov77 said...

Does anyone still have this recording and can upload it:

Gunter Hampel Time Is Now with Sonny Sharrock and Pharoah Sanders, ca 90 min

8.NOV.1968, Quasimodo Club, Berlin

Gunter Hampel ------ vib, fl
John McLaughlin ---- g
Arjen Gorter ------- b
Laurie Allen ------- dr
Pharoah Sanders ---- reeds
Sonny Sharrock ----- g

1.Unknown title 45:50
2.Unknown title 34:30
3.Unknown title 11:25

? It was shown on the 'request' page some time ago - Links might have been out of work since long...

thank your very much for uploading the New Jazz Meeting BAD 1978.

mew23 said...

here's Gunter Hampel Time Is Now 1968 (the original file)


Anonymous said...

Please re-up


great line-up
Thank you!

Rasimov77 said...

thanks very much for the
Gunter Hampel Time Is Now

bernizz said...

Hi again,
could anyone re-upload the following three sessions please? I am currently dealing a lot with jazz from France and Austria and these three look like super interesting sessions:


Jef Gilson's Europamerica Big Band + Le Quatuor De Saxophones - Live in Moers '79


Thanks alot!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi bernizz - the link (1f) is still working for FRANZ KOGLMANN QUARTET & STEVE LACY "BALVER HÖHLE, 1974

t said...

Hi! Could anyone please reup the following recording?
Brotzmann/Bennink - Atsugi Concert (1980).

It was posted a long while ago and the links there are broken. http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2008/01/brtzmannbennink-atsugi-concert-lp-from.html

Nick said...

Hi t

I can do a rip of Atsugi for you

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Nick said...

I could send it if you email, James Flagg

Anonymous said...

more more Daunik Lazro PLEASE! He's impossible to find and delivers unlike anyone else!

Anonymous said...

Any chance someone could upload a copy of the Jimmy Lyons album, "Push Pull" in FLAC? I know it existed on another blogspot that went offline. It seems like it would be a great listen!

Nick said...


I can do Push, Pull

Anonymous said...

Mr. Nick, you have made my day!!! Thank-you!!!

jeff said...

Was hoping to get some help. Have been looking for Masayuki Takayanagi Angry Waves - Dislocation and 850113. A few holes in my collection of this very important artist. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for all your hard work on this great blog.

Nick said...

Hi Jeff

You can buy those from Japanimprov cd shop, they ship worldwide. We don't post commercially available music.

jeff said...

Thanks Nick. Went to record co. Web site seemed to be oop. I will check Japan improv.

Scraps said...

In the last few months I discovered the jazz poet Jayne Cortez(once to Ornette Coleman). I have now three of her albums ("Celebrations and Solitudes", "There It Is", "and "Maintain Control"), and they're all excellent and electric.

But boy, I can't find at all the others:

"Unsubmissive Blues"
"Everywhere Drums"
"Women In (E) Motion Festival - Poetry & Music"
"Cheerful & Optimistic"
"Taking The Blues Back Home"
"Borders Of Disorderly Time"

I would be so grateful for any of the albums, from 128 to flac, I don't care.

Thank you so much.

Scraps said...

(I'm sorry, I meant "once =married= to Ornette Coleman".)

lotsofammons said...


I recently posted a comment about Push, Pull. I was also wondering if it would be possible to put up a vinyl rip of Jimmy Lyons' "Jump Up". I know that Hat Hut re issued it and it is still in print but they left off one of the tracks from the vinyl release.

Thanks for all hard work!

Nick said...


I can add the extra track to Push Pull - won't be right away for this

dogon ad said...

would it be possible to re-up:
Steve Miller Trio feat. Lol Coxhill - Miller's Tale

thanks in advance if this can be done.

Anonymous said...

Hi, can you reupload Anthony Braxton - Four Compositions (1973) please? I can't find this album anywhere else on the net, or anywhere else even physically!

kinabalu said...

@dogon ad: New links at the original post.

dogon ad said...

thank you so much for your response.

Nick said...


Poetry & Music is available here

Unknown said...
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Scraps said...

Nick, thank you! I'm going to buy it today.

As far as I know, that's all of them, and I'm grateful: not just for the collector's pleasure at having them all, but the treasure of Jayne Cortez, so far all of them good-to-great.

Thank you Nick (and inconstant sol).

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Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for the tip!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

The "Four Compositions" (1973) on Denon is NOT!!!! on the Arista box-set from Mosaic Records.
The name is "Arista Box"....

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kinabalu said...

@James Flagg: The request from dogon ad was for a re-up of the Steve Miller Trio and not Amthony Braxton, so if you went looking for Braxtion, no wonder you couldn't find it.

The Braxton Four Compositions was out on Denon in Japan, so obviously could not be part of the Arista box set on Mosaic. To add to the confusion, the Complete Braxton 1971 which came out on Arista Freedom is also not a part of the box set, possibly for contractual reasons.


By the way, the link for Braxton is at the original post.


The info page at the Mosiac Records site is weak on solid information, so it's not clear what exactly is in the box.

Discogs is, as usual, much better.


kinabalu said...

The info on the Tom Hull site is fully correct. No misinformation there at all. Nuff said on this! Nice site for us Braxtonians, though.

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kinabalu said...

@James Platt: That Google thing had me confused, I have to admit. Good to see that we got that sorted out. Enjoy the Braxton. I have the record, so perhaps I should dig it out and give it another listen.

We have posted a lot of Braxton over the years, so if there's anything else you would like to hear, feel free to make a request. I suspect many of the links have lapsed.

martin said...

I know this is not a normal request, but could somebody please tell me if this Bobby Few at 1:25?


Thank you.

kinabalu said...

Yes, it does look like Bobby Few. And he's playing the piano.

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kinabalu said...

Hi Jim,

I'm able to supply you with four items on your first list. I can't find the Antibes 75, so let me join you in a request for a re-up of that one, if anyone has it.

I'm less sure about the second list. Were they records or unreleased concerts? I don't think we have posted any of those.

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kinabalu said...

@Jim: Yes, I'm aware that Antibes has been posted here. What I meant to say is that I don't have it or at any rate can't find it.

The Four Orchestras is part of the Mosaic box set which is still available, so we may have to skip that.

I've located copies of the Dortmund and Prag, but have to check whether they're genuinely oop.

So I'll start at the top of the list and work downwards.

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John said...

I've got a bit of an odd request for the IS folks: Does anyone have a rip of Kamikaze Ground Crew's cassette-only "Live at Dance Theatre Workshop"?

Zach said...

This is a beautiful blog! Thank you for all the Yamashita, it's blowing my mind. I had a few requests--none of them are strictly free-jazz or avant, but they incorporate elements.

Does anybody had any of Roland Hanna's out-of-print releases, other than those listed on this site (like "Memoir" or "Last Concert"), any of Denny Zeitlin's out-of-print albums (like "As Long As There's Music" or "Soundings"), or Geoffrey Keezer's "Other Spheres"?

Basically, everything I'm looking for (with the exception of Zeitlin) are Japanese releases...which leaves me wondering, is there a specialty blog that just has Japan-only releases of albums, whether or not they are made by Japanese musicians? It seems like all the albums I really want are weird imports I can't find anywhere.

kinabalu said...

@Jim: I trust your research, so here they are:

Dortmund 1976

Prag 84

Mind you, I'm posting them as I found them, two contiguous files in the ape format, but you can play individual files using the VLC media player, which I would recommend to any and it's free of charge.

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Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Please help - I re-upped the Free Jazz Workshop Wuppertal 1979.
Unfortunately it has happened what all digital files might face - the end of track four is full of digital 'clicks'.
Maybe someone who has downloaded then has a version which is whithout these annoying sounds.
I have two versions but both are defect.
Some help would be appreciated > http://inconstantsol.blogspot.de/2013/09/free-jazz-workshop-79-wuppertal.html (track 4 only)
Thanks in advance.

Anonymous said...

hi onxidlib, i checked my copy and found the same issue. hopefully this is not the fate of all digital files (though the recent discovery of digital rot in a slew of criterion collection blu-ray titles is very disconcerting). i associate the particular problem at hand with the "music cdr" format—the special cdrs required for use with free-standing/home stereo cd burners—which usually works well enough but ocassionally proves unstable and leads to digital clicks that become worse as playback approaches the end of the cdr runtime. it seems the problem gets copied to subsequent generations of the file, so i suspect the cdr that is the source of the upload also has the clicks. either way, we live in an entropic universe and everything is falling into disorder. "le prince d'aquitaine a la tour abolie/these fragments i have shored against my ruins"

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thanks Robert for your help.
I still have hope to get it somewhere else.
It is possible to clean the recording but it's time consuming.
However - shall I get a better version I will immedialtely post it - this way one version might survive a bit longer without those annoying signs of entropy....

Rasimov77 said...

Hi onxidlib,

I checked my file 4 of the Free Jazz Workshop Wuppertal '79 and it seems to be okay - just posted it under:


Some time ago I downloaded the Radio Jazz Group Stuttgart session from June 1977 (with Christmann/Parker/Schlippenback/Dauner/Kowald/Lovens/Lytton) from UbuRoi (I guess). I found that (especially) tracks 4 and 5 were in a bad condition with plenty of very short continuous gaps obviously caused by too excessive use of noise reduction tools. They tend to (often with their default settings) not only remove noise and clicks but also lower frequencies and in quiet parts it sounds as if there is something cut out.

Since the music of this RJGS session is so excellent I decided to remove the gaps manually (!) and improve the sound as far as it was possible (the latter including also tracks 1 - 3).
This RJGS 77 session later appeared here on InconstantSol but contained the same files.
I may upload my improved "remixes" next time and if you think they are okay you can add them or remove the old damaged ones.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Great! Thank you Rasimov for the re-up of track 4.
It seems you have this from another source because your track 4 is - at the end - about two minutes shorter than the one I have.
But at least without those clicks.
Thank you!
And yes - I would be interested to hear your 'remixed' version of RJGS's June 1977 recording.

mike said...

I know I'm going out on a limb here, but can anyone post Goteborgs Musikkvartett - Aftara?


Sure would love to hear this!

Rasimov77 said...

Well here are the repaired (tracks 4 + 5) and "remixed" files of the Radio Jazz Group Stuttgart, June 13, 1977 (Christmann/Parker/Schlippenback/Dauner/Kowald/Lovens/Lytton):)

part 1
part 2
part 3

Andy said...

Can we get Rasimov on the main page?

jazzcatfly said...

hi everybody
does anybody have hozan yamamoto ginkai-silver world, would love to hear it again since his passing

Smiley said...

I would like to request any Art Lande you might have, specifically any live bootlegs from back in the 70s or 80s. I did get the Carla Bley link to work, thanks as always for all the great uploads!

Renard said...

Intercommunal Free Dance Music Orchestra's LPs #1,2,4 & 6 all seem to have dead links. If it is possible a new set would be lovely.

Thanks for all the music!

headman said...


I'm after a couple of rare Rolf Kuhn albums - "Creation" & "Devil in Paradise".
"Creation" is already here but the links have gone.
Any chance of a re-up.......?
If not then thanks again for all your hard work in making this wonderful music available.

kinabalu said...

@Renard: I'll see if I can have them up again this weekend.

dogon ad said...

Hello, any possibility that UNI TRIO (rehearsal extract, 1968)can be re-upped. It sounds like a wonderful artifact. Thanks if possible.

hideo said...

I just know that one of you is sitting on a crystalline recording of this:



Renard said...


Many thanks! They make some cheery music, don't they?

Rasimov77 said...

Another attempt to ask for a recordings I am looking for since ages:

Wolfgang Dauner & Jasper van't Hof Duolectrics at Donauschingen Festival 1974

There use to be plenty of interesting avantgarde jazz recordings of the 60ties & 70ties in Donaueschingen but rarely available anywhere (other than NDR Workshops, Berlin Jazz Festival recordings etc.)

jaff said...

Was hoping for a possible re-up of Charles Tyler Definite Vol. 1 & Vol. 2. This would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

L:) said...

could you possibly re-upload the 2 "texture sextet" albums?



mike said...

Can anyone post some INTERface records? There were several on the now defunct "9 grey chairs" blog, but all of the links are bad!


dogon ad said...

For Mike:
INTERface - INTERface (1975)

INTERface - This Time (1978)

INTERface w Marion Brown - Glimpses (1979)

INTERface - Live at Environ can be found at Lucky Locus

Anonymous said...

Could someone please repost the flac files of Cecil Taylor on Piano Jazz at


Thanks (in advance)!

N. Bourbaki said...

Can you give a new link for Anachronic Jazz Band - Live in Turin '78 (http://inconstantsol.blogspot.fr/2011/08/anachronic-jazz-band-live-in-turin-78.html) ?


Lavendertilly said...

any chance anyone could re-up the tasty-looking live Mangelsdorff duo from 1991 posted last October "In memory of Ronald Shannon Jackson"?

mew23 said...

Albert Mangelsdorff & Ronald Shannon Jackson -
Live in Cologne 1991


Anonymous said...

I have an unusual request for this blog--the
late Mal Dean was a brilliant artist and
musician who died tragically young. Among
his works was a series of record reviews, I
think for the British journal Records and
Recording, mostly of avante garde jazz of
the late 60's and early 70's-FMP, Derek
Bailey, etc His writing was brilliant and hilarious.
Is there anyone could share any of his reviews?
(or his art for record covers?)

propylaen2001 said...

Anybody has this double vinyl set from the Altena New Jazz Meeting 1972:


Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I do not have - but here are some more infos




Rasimov77 said...

I think I must have the Altena Festival 1972 recording... Sometime ago I received a set of Altena festival files from a friend and I am very sure that this one was among them. I'll check it and make an upload.

Rasimov77 said...

Yep - Altena 72 (Burg Altena Jazz Festival 1972 double album) is available - I just uploaded it together with a selection from another record called "Remembering Altena 70" (Sides 2 + 3) - FLAC files:

Altena 72:

Remembering Altena 70:

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Rasimov,

thank you for the Altena '72!!
"Remembering Altena 70" was posted (also side 2 + 3) by me some years ago.
It is still available along with "Internationales New Jazz Meeting Auf Burg Altena 1970".


propylaen2001 said...

Wow, excellent! Thanks so much Rasimov77! May I ask you to also upload the Xhol Caravan tune from side 4? That would be great as this tune was not included in the Garden of Delight cd release.

Bender said...

Does anyone have Casselberry-DuPreé's City Down?

Rasimov77 said...

@ propylaen2001

Unfortunately I only have sides 2 + 3 of "Remembering Altena 70" - I am also interested in the Xhol Caravan track from side 4 as well as some tracks of the "Remember Sixty-Nine" record (Joachim Kühn Group, Dave Pike Set, Xhol Caravan etc.).

What I can offer additionally is: Altena New Jazz Meeting 1971 (I guess it's already available here) and Balver Höhle New Jazz Program 1974-75 (a 4-records compilation - JG 36-39)

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Rasimov - it would be very nice if you could upload JG 36-39.
Altena New Jazz Meeting 1971 is still available with working links >

propylaen2001 said...

I second that emotion: JG 36-39 would be a nice addition! Thanks in advance.

Rasimov77 said...

Here are the links for
Balver Höhle 1974-75
(FLAC + info + covers)


Note: the sequence of tracks is different than on the original records set - see info files.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Great!! - Thank you very much for Balver Höhle 1974/75 - I shall make a proper post with your generous contribution.

Norm said...

Is it possible to re-up East Bionic Symphonia? http://inconstantsol.blogspot.ca/2012/07/east-bionic-symphonia-recorded-live-alm.html

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Anonymous said...

could you please re-up

thank you very much in advance.

Unknown said...


Could you please re-upload the following:










MrMute said...

Can you please post a link for SANO KIYOHIKO ‎– KIUI (ALM RECORDS, 1979)

Werben said...

I've been searching for Kuumba-Toudie Heath - Kawaida.

I'd really appreciate if anyone has it and could post it. Thanks!

Unknown said...

The Motian Alassio '77 will be up shortly.

Unknown said...

(with a tiny bonus of +joe&friz@clusone'92)

George Lane said...

Hello, could these PLEASE be reuploaded? I love Aki!


urso89 said...

Some older stuff I'm looking for a long time:

Wadada Leo Smith: Kulture Jazz
Tamia & Pierre Favre: Solitudes
Lennart Åberg: Partial Solar Eclipse
Michael Naura: Vanessa
The WATT Works Family Album
Jack DeJohnette's Directions: New Rags
Alfred Harth: Es herrscht Uhu im Land


mew23 said...

Aki Takase's Fats Waller Project - Live in Hamburg 2008
Re-up of the flac files in a single archive:


Werben said...

Could someone please re-up MIROSLAV VITOUS "GREEN LINE" (STORYVILLE, 1970)? Thanks very much!

Unknown said...

Hi I was wondering if it was not too much trouble to make a request for two records

1.) Dudu Pukwana - Sounds Zila

2.) Atte - Sondela


Really love the blog and what you're doing.
Much love from South Africa

kinabalu said...

@Dustin: I posted those two, so that should be no problem.

Anonymous said...

Any possibility of re-upping the Count Basie links (especially FLAC)?

jim said...

http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2012/10/david-s-ware-from-silenc-to-music-palm.html Any chance of getting a new link? Thank you in advance.

doghouse said...

I know I've requested this before, but as part 3 of this work is due to be released very shortly any chance of a re-up - thanks

George Lane said...

mew23, thank you so much for Aki Takase!

Some other upload requests:






(This Night And Day, it looks like all 12 sets are unavailble, above link is only to set 1)


George Lane said...

Ah also, this is not on this blog, but as a special request, does anyone have this Monk's Casino show?

Here is the original link: http://ubu-space.blogspot.com/2009/06/monks-casino-hamburg-1999.html

Mil gracias!

Nick said...

Steve Lacy ‎– 10 Of Dukes + 6 Originals

Senators Records ‎– SEN-01

Would be very welcome, thanks

Unknown said...

Hello Nick,
FYI, the "senators" are apparently still selling that through the site http://senatorsrecords.free.fr for the equivalent of fifteen euros? It seems to have only ever been obtainable through their site and no other outlet.

Unknown said...

George Lane, do you mean that you would like all twelve night and day? Or perhaps just one or a few to try first, to see if the project's gonna be a keeper? Does that make sense? :-)

George Lane said...

Bulkang, well, if possible, I'd like all 12 sets, since I already know this one is going to be a keeper!

Also, just two more requests, then I will stop...


And another one not on this blog but hopefully someone out there has it: http://intoabluehaze.blogspot.com/2012/11/aki-takases-new-blues-project-live-in.html?showComment=1406335994729#c3757240424197110116

Alfie Cooke said...

The was a post of a live recording by Ken Vandermark's Free Fall. Could this be re-upped.

propylaen2001 said...

A friend of mine is looking for Rainer Brüninghaus/Markus Stockhausen/Fredy Studer at Jezzfest Berlin 1982 or any other recordings from this trio.
I'd appreciate if anybody here could help.
Thanks in advance.

Anonymous said...

Hi I'd like to request a re-up of the following records:


the alterations records

would really love to hear these records so if its possible i would appreciate it greatly!

roberth said...

hello any possiblity of a re up of this patrizio fariselli antropofagia?
thanks robert

jim said...

http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2009/06/alan-silva-luna-surface.html Please repost when you have the time and thank you!

Unknown said...

@ Samuel Weinberg

Motian Trio in Bremen has been recovered if you haven't found it. It's been uploaded here: http://www27.zippyshare.com/v/db4IZDfo/file.html (by aclev).

Unknown said...

@ George Lane (and sikes?)
Night and Day Plays Them All...almost! (I'm missing Vol.10), all in a single folder sized about 2.5G. Hope you can make that work for ya. I checked with OP Nick, just in case, and he was kind enough to give the "green light." So:


mew23 said...

Get the missing Vol.10 of "Night and Day Plays Them All" here:

mew23 said...

@ propylaen2001,
here's what I found of Brüninghaus-Stockhausen-Studer at the Berlin Jazz Festival 1982 - 36 minutes only, probably not the complete concert.


propylaen2001 said...

@ mew23: Wow...big thanks!
This community continues to amaze me again and again!!

jim said...

Any chance getting new links for Creative Construction Company Vol.1 & Vol. 2 Please,Thank you.

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kinabalu said...

Hi Jim,

I think the first two groups should be doable, not so sure if I downloaded the third group, but I might have. I'll find out.

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kinabalu said...

The Silvas are OK, so they can be reactivated.

The Cecil Taylor is OK as well, but there appears to be two posts which overlap to some degree.

As I suspected, I didn't download the Stockhausen Licht-collage, so can't help you there. I did post a "remake" of "Aus den sieben Tagen," so that can always be reposted.


Finally, I don't think we have posted the Hampel lp, or at any rate, I wasn't able to find it. I do have the lp, though, so that could be a future post.

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jdogg said...

Please re-up the Andrew Cyrille Live in Florence solo gig. Both the mp3 and FLAC links in the original post lead to an iLivid download manager download instead of the audio files.

kinabalu said...

@Jim: The Gunter Hampel is a high quality mp3, 320 kbps, which as good as it gets within that format.

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propylaen2001 said...

I have been asked for a recording from Jimmy Jackson's Haboob in Stuttgart ca. 1970.
Does anybody know if such a thing exists?

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