4 August 2021

Requests

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...

Understand - why not send them an inquiry at http://steeplechase.dk/wordpress/contact/

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

ANd the Amiga Synopsis you can find f.e. here https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/3875671?ev=rb

jeff said...

A few reup requests I found in the abundance of goodies here.
All in the Julius Hemphill column -

https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/02/julius-hemphill-live-in-lovere-77.html

https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2009/12/julius-hemphill-big-band-live-in-new.html

https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2009/08/julius-hemphill-live-in-verona-80.html

& last bot not least...

https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2009/11/julius-hemphill-quartet-live-in-verona.html

I have the Florence show from June 16, 1980. What a quartet!!!!! Hemphill, Wadud, Dara and Smith thanks to carville over at DIME. Really looking forward to this one.

All of these Hemphill's look worthy of new life and I would be very grateful to hear them.
Thanks for any help. Props to all the usual suspects!!!

mike said...

Would anyone happen to have any Bovard Bourquin Francioli Clerc they could post? These two look most promising!

https://www.discogs.com/BBFC-Cherchez-LErreur/release/1735906

https://www.discogs.com/BBFC-Quelle-Mémoire/release/1735972

correct silence said...

@Mike
Some month ago I was about to post the two albums you request by BBFC but after a search of the availability i found that the box set that contains the two albums you request are available for download, this is a link to amazon fr but I suppose that it is available on every amazon. it is the mp3 but perhaps it is also available on lossless at quobuz
https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B076CRFS6Z/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp
If you want part of the box set for free you can go to the blog of the magician, he have posted some month ago the Bovard Francioli "Musique" that was originally a double lp but it is also the second cd of the box set that I'm talking about, his post probably comes from the download or from the cd version.
BBFC 1982 1987
It is disappointing if this music is only available on mp3 but even if it is the case I can't post the music.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Yes the BBFC releases are available in lossless from Qobuz - for 8,- euro per album.

https://www.qobuz.com/de-de/album/cherchez-lerreur-bbfc/ekay4ygytwkaa
https://www.qobuz.com/de-de/album/quelle-memoire-bbfc/dngiwezhwmvsc

correct silence said...

Just saw the sad news, the passing of Perry Robinson and the great update of the Uni Trio, a superbe and spontaneous recording. There is also a strange single of the Uni trio that makes me feel curious about it. Obviously Mew23 have or had the file, if it can be updated
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2007/05/bram-dantefidel-brambila-seniorsings.html
it would be great.

Dominic Tétrault said...

I was wondering if someone has the Bernt Rosengren Med Flera, Improvisationer (1969) to share. That would be so nice.

mike said...

Would anyone be able to re-up this one?

http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2008/05/sam-rivers-mario-schiano-rendez-vous.html

If so, Thanks!

correct silence said...

The Sam Rivers Mario Schiano is available at Itunes and perhaps in others download stores.

mike said...

OK, I'll try my luck with the one.

Has this been re-issued? I don't see it on iTunes, or Qobuz, or Bandcamp.

https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/04/schlippenbach-trio-detto-fra-di-noi.html

Thanks!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi mike - you won't find Po Torch anywhere as official download. Paul Lovens still has LPs that's why we stopped posting them.
One can get 'em directly from himself.

correct silence said...

would it be possible to have a re-up of this old post:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/09/gap-gap-alm-records-1977.html
thanks in advance.

mike said...

Are these two early Vinny Golia albums still available? They are not on iTunes, Bandcamp, or Qobuz, and it looks like his Nine Winds website is no longer working. Any help would be appreciated!

https://www.discogs.com/Vinny-Golia-Openhearted/release/2815599

https://www.discogs.com/The-Vinny-Golia-Trio--In-The-Right-Order-/release/2961145

Billy Budd said...

Hello, I was interested in possibly getting a re-up of the vinyl rip of Paul Bley's MR. JOY that Sotise provided in 2014, in this post:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/08/paul-bley-mr-joy-1968.html
The 1Fichier link is now dead. Chris' rip of this LP is still available in the comments to another Bley album, here:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/03/paul-bley-trio-canada-1968.html
but I wanted to hear how much the sound might differ in Sotise's rip.
Acutally, I'd like to hear Sotise's rip of that second Bley album mentioned above, TRIO CANADA 1968, as well...its link is also dead.

Many thanks if this is possible!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI Billy Budd - did not find Sotise's rip of Mr. Joy. Thought I have it but...

mew23 said...

@ Billy Budd,
Sotise's rip of Paul Bley's Mr. Joy is now available again.
The new link for 'Canada 1968' is also just a re-up of the
original file.

mike said...

Has anyone seen (let alone heard) this one in the wild?

https://www.discogs.com/Stinky-Winkles-Hysterical-Woman/release/2877824

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi - I would need a bit help regarding a translation from Spanish into English (or German ;-)
I know we have also some followers who are native or at least fluent in Spanish.
Got an email a few days ago with the following text:
"¡Hola!

Acabo de firmar la petición "RADIOS DEL URUGUAY: Que el programa de radio Rompkbezas sea contratado por otra radio y no desaparezca!" y me gustaría que te sumaras a ella.

Nuestro objetivo es conseguir 338 firmas y necesitamos más personas que la apoyen. Podés tener más información sobre la misma y firmarla acá:

http://chng.it/DCJ5PLF2TH

¡Muchas gracias!
Héctor "

No complete translation is necessary. An overview of what Hector writes would be just fine.
Thanks

George Lane said...

Ernst, the enail reads:

"Hello, I just sogned the petition: 'RADIOS OF URUGUAY: The radio program Rompkbezas should be contracted by another radio [station] and should not be allowed to disappear!', and I would like it if you joined it.

Our objective is to get 338 signatures and we need more people. You can find more information and sign it here: [link]

Thank you!"

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you Georg for your swift reply and translation.

So I shall help them in Uruguay.

Thanks again and wish you a great 2019!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

...and another request.
Does anyone have the following - unreleased - recording: John Carter - Bobby Bradford Quintet, Willisau 1989 John Carter, cl. Bobby Bradford, tp. Craig Harris, tb. Fred Hopkins, b. Andrew Cyrille, dr. - Rec. Jazz Festival CH-Willisau 1989

Found it on youtube. But a better quality would be appreciated.

Ilario Rozen said...

dear all
I am looking for:
Ornette Coleman
Skies Of America Reggio Emilia, Italy 21 april 1990

please can you help me
thanks in advance

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Ilario, I don't have the OC recording.
But I'll found it here http://bigozine2.com/roio/?p=2578
The links are down but maybe they will consider a re-up.

mike said...

Could this be re-posted? Thanks, all!

http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/10/ray-russell-dragon-hill-1970.html

correct silence said...

new rip for Dragon Hill will be added later today.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I need your help in identifying some titles from the Berlin 1972 recording of Don Cherry, Dollar Brand and Carlos Ward.
So please - if someone knows any of the tunes please give me a hint....any help appreciated!
This recording has a good chance to get a proper release - actually it is already scheduled.

The file contains only those tunes we don't know the titles.

Brand_Cherry_Ward_Berlin72_unknown titles.rar (mp3)

https://1fichier.com/?ns9455dk250f8hpxjig3

correct silence said...

Hi
If someone know where it's possible to find a copy of this recently published treasure, it would be most appreciated:
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Evan-Parker-Toshi-Tsuchitori-William-Parker-The-Flow-Of-Spirit-Live-Concert-Tokyo/release/12932651
Long time ago I was in touch with Mr Tsuchitori but I have lost his email address so any help would be welcome
thanks in advance.

Nick said...


HMV

correct silence said...

Thank you Nick, will order it in the next days.

pierre d'alai said...

I would be grateful for any Jeanne Lee re-ups please:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2017/04/ar-penck-going-through-private-release.html
and/or
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/04/jeanne-lee-gunther-hampel-tttt-im.html
and/or
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/04/jeanne-lee-dont-freeze-yourself-to.html
and/or
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/12/gunter-hampel-and-jeanne-lee-oasis-1979.html
Thank you.

jawn michael said...

propylaen2001 are you talking about the Haboob self-titled release? If so it is available in CD format. Great record. Anybody have Robin Kenyatta ‎– Girl From Martinique they can post?

correct silence said...

It would be great to have a rip of Girl From Martinique even if it is available as download, the download version for sale is a big shit, tracks are shorter than on the original lp, providing a better version won't be illegal but an artistic contribution.

propylaen2001 said...

@jawn michael: No, I did not mean the official release but a rumored live recording (possibly a radio broadcast) of the lineup that recorded the Haboob LP.

pierre d'alai said...

I wish to request a re-up of this one, as the re-up of 2 years ago seems to have expired:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/12/ttt-be-cool-in-munich-live-concert.html
also, has this one ever appeared on Inconstant Sol? :
https://www.discogs.com/TTT-2-Featuring-AR-Penck-5-Isle-In-The-Ocean/release/3481943
Thank you!

Nick said...

Strange, CS, the tracks are short enough as it is

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mike said...

Hi, Would anyone happen to have this, preferably in lossless?

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Popofoni/release/3139576

Thanks in advance!

correct silence said...

Many thanks Nick for the Robin Kenyatta. In fact I had the download version bought on Amazon and for exemple around 8s are missing on the download version, even without comparing you can hear that the track is ending strangely. The sound is also not good, I have checked the Itunes version that seems better. But it is still a lossy version so your rip is welcome.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Already ten years ago a former colleague of mine said that I should chceck out Kenyatta's 'Girl from Martinique'. Thanks for the opportunity.

Rev. bIGhIG said...

Thanks, Nick.

correct silence said...

@Pierre D'Alai
new link is available for Be Cool In Munich and your second request is available here:
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/10/ttt-isle-in-ocean-music-corporation-1984.html
the adrive link is still working

pierre d'alai said...

@correct silence:
***THANK YOU!!*** Thanks to this blog I've discovered the grooviness of TTT. I had of course been aware of A.R. Penck's artwork, but the fact that he played, and with such jazz heavyweights, had escaped my notice. This is fine stuff.

mike said...

Is this available out there? I don't see any re-issues on the internets:

https://www.discogs.com/Paul-Van-Gysegem-Sextet-Aorta/release/4020723

correct silence said...

It would be great to have a post about this album
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Acting-Trio-Acting-Trio/release/516112
thanks in advance

mike said...

Would anyone happen to have this gem? The 2007 re-issue is no longer found on the Vocalion website.

https://www.discogs.com/Bob-Downes-Open-Music-Diversions/release/488736

Thanks in advance!

(P.S., his "Hells Angels" album would be nice, too!)

correct silence said...

@Mike
Bob have a website where you can find many goodies including Diversion, Hells angels but also Flashback, Five Trios, It's a mystery, New York Suite or the more recents Blast From the past or blown' with bass that includes a duo with Barry Guy
http://bob-downes-openmusic.de.w013d96c.kasserver.com/index.php/en/shop

mike said...

@correctsilence

Thanks, I never saw that site. However, since there's no "Hells Angels" listed there (that I can see), if anyone could post that here, we'd all appreciate it!

correct silence said...

It would be interesting to post more Hartmut Geerken with John Tchicai if someone have material, here is a list of suggestion, all out of print

https://www.discogs.com/fr/Hartmut-Geerken-And-His-Rock-And-Free-Jazz-Group-Kabul-Featuring-John-Tchicai-Insistency/release/7798647
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Hartmut-Geerken-John-Tchicai-Hindukush-Serenade/release/5940607?ev=rr
and this one without Tchicai
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Hartmut-Geerkens-Rock-And-Free-Jazz-Group-Kabul-Live-At-Goethe-Institut-1976-Live-In-Kabul-1976/release/5223096?ev=rr

MickeyDB said...

Hello - I would be really grateful if someone re-posted Carla Bley Band Live in Berlin 1979.
The previous link at http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2017/06/carla-bley-band-live-in-berlin-1979.html is inactive. Thank you!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I am looking for a lossless rip of the following Qbico vinyl.
https://www.discogs.com/Kaoru-Abe-Sabu-Toyozumi-Overhang-Party-Senzei/release/843923
Maybe someone has the LPs and is willing to rip it?

Nick said...

Hi Ernst - I can copy Overhang Party - Senzei


Nick

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Nick - that would be fine! Thanks

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI MickeyDB - a new link has been added to https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2017/06/carla-bley-band-live-in-berlin-1979.html

mike said...

Hello all! I see this was requested here by someone way back in 2015. I thought I'd bump the request.

https://www.discogs.com/Juhani-Aaltonen-Prana-Live-At-Groovy/release/462437

Thank you, as usual!

reservatory said...

Kind administrators - I am very tardy in saying so, but I feel bad that the Dusty pirate ship I sail retains Lucky's name in your bloglist. orang lucky will hopefully find this at least a tiny bit hilarious, said the old dog he taught new tricks. Thanks all for a lifetime of impossible jaw dropping treasures!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI reservatory - it's done ;-)

reservatory said...

I just noticed this and was hoping you might be able to re-up. http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/11/reichel-knispel-niebergall-waisvisz.html Thanks, as always.

propylaen2001 said...

@ mike
Just stumbled across these on the Pretty Brian blog:

bob downes - hells angels.zip 80.90 MB
https://www86.zippyshare.com/v/qCGWQsgv/file.html

bob downes - diversions.zip 108.47 MB
https://www78.zippyshare.com/v/BRsCvXST/file.html

mike said...

@prpolyaen

Thanks for the heads up, but I am looking for lossless. Pretty Brian's are said to be 320 kbps, but actually measure out closer to 192 kbps via spectral analysis.

correct silence said...

Hello
I'm searching for a clean version of this live by Gary Windo, Robert Wyatt, Ron Mathewson, Dave McRae done for the BBC, here is the version posted on youtube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aw2sNGCle84
But the sound have been compressed and it has a real poor quality. Part of this concert have been published on the compilation "Anglo American" by Gary Windo on Cuneiform but around ten minutes is missing on the official version.
So if someone have the full 29 minutes of the concert with a good sound quality it would be great.

propylaen2001 said...

@ correct silence:
Here is the WMWM session at the BBC Jazz Workshop:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=13-479dubDjHA4wcTQHyWuVmZ9GXtwiOX

Enjoy

correct silence said...

@Propylaen2001 what a great offer. I didn't thought that I could get this recording one day, even journalist Aymeric Leroy can't find the full version in his collection. Since two days I was trying to re work the sound of the youtube version, adding trebles, removing bass and can't catch a good sound in comparison to the original extracts, to finally notice that the version on youtube have a different pitch, that is why I couldn't have the same high frequencies... a full time job that is now behind with your help.
Funny thing, in your version there is one missing minute in the end but I have this missing minute on the version provided by Aymeric Leroy, longer than the two tracks published on "anglo american" but shorter than the full version, yours is the most perfect that can be found.
TO change topic I have seen your name in the comment of one cd that I really like: Osiris Featuring Toto Blanke & Charlie Mariano, your comment is on the discogs page.

propylaen2001 said...

@correct silence:
My pleasure! I am really surprised to hear that Aymeric does not have it, or at least could not find it.
I did not listen till the end on YouTube and therefore was not aware that my version was missing a minute at the end. I assumed the time difference was probably due to different speed/pitch. I'd appreciate if you could add the missing minute from Aymeric's version to the one I provided and eventually share the updated version here.

Speaking of the Osiris cd, you made me revisit my comment on Discogs to find out that the link that I posted in 2016 is no longer active. It is now updated.

Does anybody around here have the Osiris cd?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

@propylaen2001 - Hi!
I have a friend who has this Osiris CD. It might be some time but I will get it.
But I won't post it here for some reasons - but I could give you a rip of it.
In case you are interested to buy the CD I could ask the producer wether he would mind providing you with his email.
If so please mail me in private.

Bhowani said...

I would be happy to recover this one :
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2015/11/john-hollenbeck-large-ensemble.html
lost in a HD crash....
If anyone could help...Thanks a lot !!!

OSIRIS said...

Hi it's Francis aka 'Anon'. I have done a huge research project to try and figure out which Riccardo shares I have, which were lost and which are really lost lol. I have compiled a wish list that can also serve as a guide to anyone who wants to prioritize hopefully a massive Riccardo re up project.

Here is the list:
80/81 - Live in Rome '81
Alexander von Schlippenbach - Live in Nürnberg '7
Andrea Centazzo & Lol Coxhill - Live in Lovere '78
Anthony Braxton - Live in Milan '79
Anthony Braxton Trio - Live in Rome '79
Archie Shepp Quartet + Guests - Live in Antibes '77
Archie Shepp & Roswell Rudd Quartet feat. Amiri Baraka - Live in Rome '04
Archie Shepp Quartet - Live in Brescia '79
Archie Shepp Quartet - Live in Alassio '77?
Archie Shepp Quintet + RAI B.B. - Live in Rome '80
Archie Shepp & Richard Davis - Live in Verona '11
Archie Shepp Quintet - Live in Rome '81
Arthur Blythe Quartet - Live in Newport '80
Bennie Wallace Trio - Live in Moers '80
Bennie Wallace Trio - Live in Como '79
Billy Bang Sextet - Live in Moers '80
Charles Mingus Quintet - Live in Berlin '75
Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra - Live in Genoa '91
The Carla Bley Band - Live in Alassio '77
Carla Bley Band - Live in Milan '80
Cecil Taylor - Live in Genoa '83
Chris McGregor - Live in Mestre '80
Chris McGregor's Brotherhood Of Breath - Live in Moers '81
The Cooler Sessions - Live in NYC '97
Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Octet - Live in Moers '79
Gil Evans Orchestra feat. S.Lacy - Live in Italy '81
Gil Evans Orchestra feat. R.R. Kirk - Live in Dortmund '76
Günter Christmann & Detlef Schönenberg - Live in Padua '78
Gunter Hampel & Jeanne Lee - Live in Florence and Pisa '78Lol Coxhill - Live in Florence '78
Homage To Albert, Fred And Bill - Live in Sant'Anna Arresi '10
Max Roach & Archie Shepp - Live in Nervi '78
Michel Pilz/Buschi Niebergall/Paul Lovens Trio - Live in Imola '78
Mike Westbrook Brass Band - Live in Willisau '77
Misha Mengelberg / Peter Brotzmann / Han Bennink - Live in Lovere '77
Ornette Coleman's Original Quartet - Live in Reggio Emilia '90
Ornette Coleman Quartet - Live in Genoa '10
Paul Bley Trio - Live in Genoa '87
Paul Bley - Live in Genoa '03
Paul Bley - Live in Nervi '96
Paul Bley - Live in Milan '79
ROVA Saxophone Quartet - Live in Moers '79
ROVA Saxophone Quartet - Live in Verona '79
Steve Lacy Trio - Live in Milan '77
Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron - Live in Basel '85
Steve Lacy Quintet - Live in Cremona '78
Steve Lacy - Live in Florence '78
String Trio Of New York - Live in Moers '79
Sunny Murray Trio - Live in Alassio '79
The Swallow Quartet - Live in Milan '09

Note: there were 4 or 5 AEoC and all but one the posts themselves are missing so I don't know what the titles are.
Note 2: There was a Buschi Niebergall solo, post is missing.
Note 3: I think there was a second EHE from the old comments thread.

correct silence said...

@Propylaen2001 regarding Osiris if you haven't already got in touch with Ernst I have the cd and can send you a rip, I also have a longer version than the official published on Carbon, in fact there is one more track, a duet between Toto Blanke and Joe Sachse. Obviously this version have been made for the musicians only, it is Joe who send me his double cd at the time I couldn't find a copy. At this time I didn't thought asking Ernst if he eventually could provide the contact with the producer.
So you can mail me if you want a rip, except if Ernst have already started to find you a copy.
Regarding WMWM I have completed your version with the missing minute in the end and also the first seconde on the start but I had to adjust the pitch. Your version comes from the BBC broadcast and the version that I have from Aymeric comes from the master (same source as the official recording). The pitch of both version is different and also the mix is slightly different. On the BBC version the drum is more in the middle of the mix, on the master, it is more on the left. I can't do anything for this second point but for the first point I have adjusted the right pitch to stick the end. Now before posting I wonder if I leave the pitch of the BBC or if I adjust the pitch in relation with the master. I will listen to it in the next days and will follow what my ears suggest, after that I will post it on the front page.

mike said...

I know these two are long shots, but it never hurts to try. If anyone has these two, we'd appreciate them!

https://www.discogs.com/Saheb-Sarbib-Evil-Season/release/1578119

https://www.discogs.com/Lasse-Werner-Hans-Vänner-Saxofonsymfonin/release/3411906

Thanks in advance!

propylaen2001 said...

@correct silence: Many thanks for your great offer. It's much appreciated!
I have sent an email to Ernst and will get back to you after his response.

And take your time on the WMWM BBC session.

mike said...

I've had this for many years, in 192 kbps mp3 format. I have no idea which blog I got it from so long ago.

Would anyone have this in lossless?

https://www.discogs.com/Tatsuya-Nakamura-Tatsuya-Nakamura-His-Jazz-Fellows/release/12685256

Thanks!

propylaen2001 said...

@ correct silence:
Regarding Osiris, please get in touch via email to arrange further details.
propylaen2001 (at) yahoo (dot) de

Thanks and regards

Miloš Latislav said...

@Ernst : I got that Redman 1969 unreleased session in mp3@192 only. Sound quality is not as supreme for need to have it in lossless, so here it is anyway - https://ulozto.net/!86pRDvhQetNf/1969-dewey-redman-nyc-1969-unreleased-session-7z

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you, Milo. I already got it two days ago but I shall try your version, anyway.
So thank you again for caring!

mike said...

Hello again!

Would anyone have this?

https://www.discogs.com/Siracusa-Jaume-Boni-Nommo-Dans-Le-Caprice-Amer-Des-Sables/release/917967

As usual, thanks for the great stuff!

dahomey said...

I discovered this cdr a few days ago: Anatoly Vapirov Quartet ‎– Anatoly Vapirov Quartet Featuring Tomasz Stańko https://www.discogs.com/Anatoly-Vapirov-Quartet-Anatoly-Vapirov-Quartet-Featuring-Tomasz-Sta%C5%84ko/release/2813595 I think it's extremely hard to find but can anybody help? Big thanks in advance:).

correct silence said...

@Dahomey
I don't know what can I answer about your request. I have this cdr but normally we never post music that is available for sale and this cd is available directly from Mr Vapirov like almost all of the cd that he have published on his own label ava. But it is not easy to deal with Mr Vapirov due to the fact that he have no personal website and he also have no PayPal account. So when you deal with him you have to use some bank transfer or western union you can also send him money directly in a mail (I did this) even if it is illegal and you take some risk. I think that if you are only interested by this title it is not so interesting to try to deal with him but if you want to take a chance to get others records from him it can be interesting. In that case I can recommend several others records that are really great.
I think that Vapirov doesn't have many sales of his music that is why I don't know what to answer to your request.
Maybe Ernst can help to consider?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I would not post a CD which is still available. Especially if the artist himself has still copies for sale. And if Vapirov has not many sales my proposal seems to be even more worth considering.

dahomey said...

It's ok. I thought that this music is unavailable.
Thank You for an answer:).

correct silence said...

I totally agree with the rules of this blog, we must consider that if we want this music to continue the musicians have to win money with the work they do like all of us. In fact one or two years ago I posted an album by Anatoly Vapirov, at this time I didn't have his contact and even never supposed that I could reach him. But after seeing the crazy price of his cdr and cd on discos I thought suddenly that I was in touch with Harry Tavitian and due to the fact that both have played together often, he could make the connection. I have decided to leave the post that I previously made as a sort of introduction to the artist. So for Dahomey and the others followers who are interested here is my list of Vapirov that I can recommend:
-A.P. VAPIROV 60th anniversary
-VAPIROV, TARASOV, VOLKOV, DONCHEV quartet
-ANATOLY VAPIROV QUARTET featuring Tomasz Stanko
-ANATOLY VAPIROV magic water
-VAPIROV PROJECT waltz str.
-VAPIROV & TAVITIAN there’s always a hope
-ANATOLY VAPIROV & VLADIMIR TARASOV skitsi
-ANATOLY VAPIROV macbeth
-ANATOLY VAPIROV de profundis
—ANATOLY VAPIROV invocations

You can reach the artist through his email address as follow:
His first name, his last name (without . or other sign) @ gmail . com

OSIRIS said...

Hi, It's Francis aka Anon who posted about 200 RoIO's here several years back. I've been working on a huge project trying to assemble a fairly complete collection of the stuff Riccardo shared here and I have managed to assemble 146 so far. I have a long wish list and now a top 10 wish list. Here is my top 10 wish list:

Alexander von Schlippenbach - Live in Nürnberg '77
Andrea Centazzo & Lol Coxhill - Live in Lovere '78
Anthony Braxton - Live in Milan '79
Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Octet - Live in Moers '79
Gunter Hampel & Jeanne Lee - Live in Florence and Pisa '78
Lol Coxhill - Live in Florence '78
Max Roach & Archie Shepp - Live in Nervi '78
Misha Mengelberg / Peter Brotzmann / Han Bennink - Live in Lovere '77
ROVA Saxophone Quartet - Live in Moers '79
Steve Lacy Trio - Live in Milan '77

If anyone has these please let me know. Cheers :)

mike said...

Would anyone have a copy of this in lossless?

https://www.discogs.com/de/Om-Montreux-Live-More/release/3558634

Yes, the Different Perspectives in My Room blog has it as (nominally) 320 kbps.

Thanks!

OSIRIS said...

Thanks to the massive spirit of cooperation here I now have 162 Riccardo shares! Previously I have said how there can be accessed. Here is my new top 10 wish list plus a supplemental query re some Riccardo post that are missing entirly.

Archie Shepp Quartet + Guests - Live in Antibes '77
Archie Shepp Quartet - Live in Alassio '77
Archie Shepp Quintet - Live in Rome '81
Arthur Blythe Quartet - Live in Newport '80
Carla Bley Band - Live in Milan '80
Charles Mingus Quintet - Live in Berlin '75
Enrico Rava Quartet - Live in Rome '80
Mike Westbrook Brass Band - Live in Willisau '77
Steve Lacy Trio - Live in Milan '77
The Cooler Sessions - Live in NYC '97

Note: there were 4 or 5 AEoC and all but one the posts themselves are missing so I don't know what the titles are.
Note 2: There was a Buschi Niebergall solo, post is missing.
Note 3: I think there was a second EHE from the old comments thread.
Note 4: I think there was a 3rd and poss 4th Arthur Blythe post that are now missing.



mike said...

Hello, would anyone happen to have this? There are a couple other Davie albums here, but not this one

https://www.discogs.com/Alan-Davie-Bird-Through-The-Wall/release/12153997

Thanks!

Janez said...

Hello,all links are dead,please re-up these
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2012/03/barry-altschull-live-in-pisa-79.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/10/barry-altschul-trio-live-in-moers-79.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/01/david-murray-sunny-murray-muenster1986.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2007/03/sunny-murray-trio-live-in-london.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2009/01/reggie-workman-quartet-live-cambridge.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2008/03/leo-smith-roscoe-mitchell-joseph-jarman.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2010/04/roscoe-mitchell-quartet-live-in-tivoli.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2009/08/rashied-ali-charles-gayle-and-sirone.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/07/arthur-doyle-wilber-morris-rashid-bakr.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2007/03/ivo-perelman-william-parker-rashied-ali.htmlhttp://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/09/toshi-tsuchitori-spiral-arms-drum-sky.htmlhttp://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/08/toshi-tsuchitori-ajagara-dym-records.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2010/01/jimmy-lyons-quartet-live-in-rome-80.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2007/08/jimmy-lyons-featuring-karen-borca-riffs.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/04/david-tudor-microphone.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2008/09/steve-swell-slammin-infinite-live-nyc.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/05/fred-frith-ars-longa-dens-brevis.html
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2010/11/sabu-toyozumi-water-weed-nadja-trio1975.html
Thank you!!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Janez - quite a list you've provided, isn't it.

I've reupped two so far. Maybe I will find two or three other recordings. Most I do not have and some posts would need a new rip from CD.

These are now available:

http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2010/11/sabu-toyozumi-water-weed-nadja-trio1975.html

http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2007/08/jimmy-lyons-featuring-karen-borca-riffs.html

This one is still available:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/07/arthur-doyle-wilber-morris-rashid-bakr.html

And this one I shall reup today:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2007/03/ivo-perelman-william-parker-rashied-ali.html


mike said...

Would anyone have this?

https://www.discogs.com/Eero-Koivistoinen-Kvintetti-Sekstetti-Odysseus/master/55040

It is not available on either the Svart nor Jazzpuu sites.

Thanks!

OSIRIS said...

I just did about 5 hours of research and made a new wish list. This is
everything I don't have so I am a source for all the others. I will
have an updated list of my Riccardo stuff tomorrow. I forgot how many
non freejazz ones there were. Most of these have requests for re up I noticed.

Riccardo wish list 3.0:
Abdullah Ibrahim - Live in Como '79
Aki Takase & Rudi Mahall - Live in Pavia '10
Akira Sakata Trio - Live in Moers '81
Amina Claudine Myers & Rrata Christine Jones - Live in Rome '79
Anachronic Jazz Band - Live in Turin '78
Anthony Davis Quintet “Episteme” - Live in Botticino '09
Antonello Salis - Live in Florence '79
Archie Shepp Quartet + Guests - Live in Antibes '77
Archie Shepp & Richard Davis - Live in Verona '11
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Live in Ravenna '78
Art Pepper Quartet - Live in Genoa '81
Barry Altschul Trio - Live in Moers '79
Barry Altschull - Live in Pisa '79
Bennie Wallace Trio - Live in Moers '80
Bennie Wallace Trio - Live in Como '79
Berliner Improvisations Quartett - Live in Moers '79
Betty Carter Quartet - Live in Rome '79
Betty Carter Quartet - Live in Monterey '77
Bill Evans Trio feat. Lee Konitz - Live in Terni '78
Brass Bang! - Live in Camerino '10
Carla Bley Band - Live in Milan '80
Carla Bley Big Band "Escalator Over The Hill" - Live in Perugia '98
Chico & Von Freeman Quintet - Live in Margherita di Savoia '80
Clusone Trio - Live in Clusone '05
The Cookers - Live in Milan '12
The Cooler Sessions - Live in NYC '97
Count Basie Orchestra - Live in Monterey '77
Dave Burrell & Leena Conquest - Live in Rome '08
Dave Holland - Live in Rome '81
David Murray/James Blood Ulmer & The Blues Orchestra - Live in Milan '12
David Murray Cuban Ensemble - Live in Verona '11
Dexter Gordon Quartet - Live in Genoa '81
Dexter Gordon Quartet - Live in La Spezia '79
Dwight Andrews - Live in Pisa '79
Endangered Blood - Live in Venice '11
Enrico Rava Quartet - Live in Rome '80
Enrico Rava/Roswell Rudd Quartet - Live in Milan '77
Eastern Rebellion - Live in Milan '79
Fred Anderson Trio - Live in Pisa '09
George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band - Live in Stuttgart '78
George Lewis & PMJO - Live in Rome '10
George Russell - Live in Rome '80
Gerry Mulligan Orchestra - Live in Milan '80
Gil Evans Orchestra feat. S.Lacy - Live in Italy '81
Gil Evans Orchestra feat. R.R. Kirk - Live in Dortmund '76
Gil Evans & Lee Konitz - Live in Rome '80
Grande Elenco Musicisti - Live in Lovere '78
Han Bennink & Daniele D'Agaro - Live in Pavia '10
HJT Trio - Live in Milan '82
Homage To Albert, Fred And Bill - Live in Sant'Anna Arresi '10
Idris Ackamoor Quartet - Live in Moers '80
Keith & Julie Tippett - Live in Pavia '10
Jef Gilson's Europamerica Big Band + Le Quatuor De Saxophones - Live
in Moers '79
Jim Hall Quartet - Live in S.Margherita Ligure '05
Johnny Griffin Quartet - Live in Milan '80
John Tchicai and The Open Orchestra - Live in Ceglie '08
John Surman - Live in Genoa '96
Jim Hall & Joe Lovano Grand Slam - Live in Nervi '96
Lee Konitz Nonet - Live in Middleheim '79
Ken Vandermark's Resonance Ensemble - Live in Cormòns '09
Keith Jarrett - Live in Rome '83
Loek Dikker Quintet - Live in Imola '78
Loek Dikker Waterland Big Band - Live in Moers '79
Lol Coxhill - Live in Rome '09
Louis Moholo-Moholo Unit - Live in Milan '12

OSIRIS said...

Riccardo wish list 3.0 part 2:
Mal Waldron & Geri Allen - Live in Vicenza '02
Matana Roberts' Coin Coin - Live in San Vito al Tagliamento '11
Marion Brown - Live in Wiesen '79
Marty Ehrlich & John Lindberg Quartet - Live in Moers '80
Mary Halvorson Trio - Live in Willisau '10
Mary Halvorson Quintet - Live in Saalfelden '12
Matthew Shipp Trio - Live in S.Anna Arresi '09
Matthew Shipp & Günter "Baby" Sommer - Live in Pavia '11
Michael Blake & Kingdom Of Champa - Live in Milan '12
Michel Portal & Bojan Zulfikarpasic - Live in Genoa '99
Michel Portal & Bernard Lubat - Live in Imola '78
Michel Portal & Bojan Z. + FLY Trio - Live in Bolzano '11
Mike Westbrook Band - Live in London '11
Misha Mengelberg - Live in Berlin '75
Myra Melford & Marty Ehrlich - Live in Genoa '06
The Odean Pope Saxophone Choir - Live in Moers '80
Ornette Coleman's Original Quartet - Live in Reggio Emilia '90
Ornette Coleman Quartet - Live in Genoa '10
Out To Lunch - Live in Paris '09
Paul Bley Trio - Live in Genoa '87
Paul Motian Trio - Live in Alassio '77
Pharoah Sanders Quartet - Live in La Spezia '79
Ran Blake & Guests - Live in Rome '10
Ray Anderson Quartet - Live in Moers '80
Revolutionary Ensemble - Live in Genoa '05
Roscoe Mitchell's Cards For Orchestra Project - Live in S.Anna Arresi '09
Roswell Rudd Malicool - Live in Rome '04
Sabir Mateen & Libera Duo + Stefano Ferrian - Live in Novara '10
Sonny Rollins Quintet - Live in Milan '82
Stan Getz Quintet - Live in La Spezia '79
Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron - Live in Basel '85
String Trio Of New York - Live in Lovere '79
Taylor Ho Bynum Sextet - Live in Saalfelden '10
Ted Curson Quintet - Live in Monterey '77
Thad Jones & Mel Lewis Orchestra - Live in Milan '78
The Swallow Quartet - Live in Milan '09
Theo Jorgensmann & John Carter - Live in Moers '79
Tim Berne's Snakeoil - Live in Bergamo '12
Tim Berne Quintet - Live in Genoa '88
Toshiko Akiyoshi & Lew Tabackin Big Band - Live in Stuttgart '79
Trio Music - Live in Genoa '83
The United Jazz + Rock Ensemble - Live in Ivrea '79
Wes Brown - Live in Florence '79
William Parker Orchestra feat. K.Jordan - Live in Milan '12
Woody Shaw Quintet - Live in La Spezia '79
World Sax Quartet meets M'BOOM - Live in Serravalle Scrivia '10


Note: there were 4 or 5 AEoC and all but one the posts themselves are missing so I don't know what the titles are.
Note 2: There was a Buschi Niebergall solo, post is missing.
Note 3: I think there was a second EHE from the old comments thread.

mike said...

Here's a special request for Andy...

Andy, could you please repost new links to all of the great Dunmall recordings? We'd love it!

Thanks in advance.

Andy said...

@ mike. Er...hmmm...gulp...they can’t all be dead surely....I’ll have a look. I got the impression people were all Dunmalled out....

doghouse said...

With a lot of Riccardo's posts being re-upped - anyone have this one ?
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2012/01/matana-roberts-coin-coin-live-in-san.html
thanks anyway

mike said...

Andy, I will get back to you with just some specific titles I am interested in. It's only a handful right now.

Thanks!

mike said...

Andy, at the risk of sounding too greedy, here are the ones I'm most interested in:

Long Meadow

High Birds (both volumes)

The Golden Lake (and The Golden Ocean if you've got it, I don't think it has ever been posted here)

Don't Take the Magic

Neen

The Big Return

Thanks again for all of these!

mike said...

Would anyone have this? I cannot find it on Bandcamp (although the highly coveted "Live at The Gill's Club" is on Bandcamp)

https://www.discogs.com/Siegfried-Kessler-Gus-Nemeth-Stu-Martin-Solaire/release/1388425

Thanks!

mike said...

Hello, I'm looking to add to my Manfred Schoof collection.

Does anyone have this in lossless? Thank you!

https://www.discogs.com/Sincerely-PT-Sincerely-PT/release/1927048

correct silence said...

the following title
https://www.discogs.com/Siegfried-Kessler-Gus-Nemeth-Stu-Martin-Solaire/release/1388425
is not available on bandcamp and will probably never be. The Bandcamp store is based on what have been reissued on cd from the futura/marge catalogue and this one have never been reissued. It is obviously not in the future program of reissue on lp by the Souffle Continu so a post of this is possible, I have requested it some years ago and if I remember well, Nick had it but perhaps I'm wrong.

Alfie Cooke said...

Could the Hamid Drake/ Pasquale Mirra date be re-upped. Many thanks

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Would anyone have Peter Kowald , Eric Stach , Doug Innes – The Abondonment Of Everything Superfluous Local?
It was posted in February 2012 in the comments to https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2012/02/peter-kowald-bass-solo-qbico-2000.html

I thought I have it and posted it about one year ago
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2018/03/peter-kowald-members-of-shim-key-largo.html

But the post I've added to IS is from another concert and does not have Doug Innes!
So maybe someone has the recording with Stach, Innes + Kowald.
Thanks

mew23 said...

Ernst, all I have got is the mp3 rip (@128...) that was posted at 'private press' and 'folly for' in 2009 - the original comments are included.
https://www82.zippyshare.com/v/iUoHLtCg/file.html

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you, me23 - I'm glad to have despite its only a mp3. So thanks for this rare Kowald recording!!

Unknown said...

Helllo @all,

after searching all the sources I know (including Gunter Hampel himself, who is still very buisy but spend some time in his archives and didn't found a copy) I would ask you guys here, if someone has a copy (reel tape, music cassette ...) of the 1971 Berliner Jazztage performance @ the "Neue Mensa TU".

It was (video)recorded for the "Now Music Night" bei Bayerischer Rundfunk- but never shown on TV (as far as I know). Sender Freies Berlin provided the audio in a radiobroadcast, I think twice in the 70s. Maybe someone taped it and still got it somewhere in his basement.

Gunter Hampel Quintett (Gunter Hampel, Jeanne Lee, Boulou Ferre, Michael Waiwisz, Freddy Grosseye, Sven-Ake Johansson), Berliner Jazztage 1971 @ Neue Mensa TU

The poster sais: Gunter Hampel Group with Jeanne Lee

Thanks in advance for going down to the basement and looking in old boxes with your once taped material.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI Unknown - sounds interesting but sadly I do not have this recording from Hampel's group.
Checked my "cellars" but nothing came up.

mike said...

Hello. Two of these albums have been posted here. Thanks Nick and Onxi!

Would anyone have the other two - the first and third ones as listed here:

https://www.discogs.com/artist/1652589-New-Jazz-Syndicate

Thanks in advance.

Nick said...

Hi - I have the NJS LPs - Mike. I must do Solaire for Correct Silence though first!

mike said...

Thank you, Nick! You are truly the chalice of Japanese jazz!

nikos said...

A re-up of this would be much appreciated:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2008/07/sun-ra-santa-cruz-1987.html

David said...

Would be great if both these dead links from the Contributions section could be somehow revived:
Rashied Ali & David S. Ware Duo live at the Knitting Factory, NYC 5-24-2001
Roscoe Mitchell Septet - Studio Rivbea, NYC 2-8-1976
Thanks and happy Easter!

mew23 said...

Re-upload of two contributions from 2013 - ttou
Rashied Ali - David S. Ware 2001
https://1fichier.com/?5xkm5qynb3nrph8asdt8

Roscoe Mitchell Septet 1976
https://1fichier.com/?oah0smwnn8bgaqofc0bc

David said...

Many thanks mew23!

correct silence said...

Hello
If someone have this file, I would like a re-post. In fact I will invite Naïssam Jalal in my radio program on may 6, she is playing on this recording
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2012/03/michael-blake-kingdom-of-champa-live-in.html

AlexinSolex said...

Hi any chance for a lossless upload of Theo Jörgensmann's Avantgarde Orchestra - Fragmente would be great...
Thanks in advance
Alex in Solex

webbcity said...

If anyone would be so kind as to re-upload Douglas Ewart's "Red Hills" (as seen here: http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2017/08/douglas-r-ewart-inventions-clarinet.html?m=1), I would be eternally grateful. Thank you!

mike said...

Would anyone have this? I don't believe it's been re-released:

https://www.discogs.com/Frank-Wright-Georges-Arvanitas-Shouting-The-Blues/release/4361669

Thanks in advance.

AlexinSolex said...

Hi any chance for a lossless upload of Andrea Centazzo - usa concerts LP would be great... two tracks omitted on cd release USA Concerts East
Thanks in advance
Alex in Solex

Nick said...

USA Concerts

Improvisation 2 and 3

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tak said...
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AlexinSolex said...

@Nick
thank you for omitted tracks from cd version

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Would like to ask for Gary Peacock, Masahiko Satoh, Masahiko Togashi ‎– "Wave II" if someone has it and is inclined to share it here or on the front page - preferrably in a lossless format.

https://www.discogs.com/Gary-Peacock-Masahiko-Satoh-Masahiko-Togashi-Wave-II/release/7818718

Thanks in advance.

Nick said...

Wave II - just the tracks

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Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you, Nick! The tracks are just fine.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Please help!
I've lost some music which I've posted in 2011.
B3B - Fred Van Hove - Barry Guy - Bruno Chevillon - Mulhouse 2009.
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/01/b3b-fred-van-hove-bruno-chevillon-barry.html
The CDr on which the recording was is defective beyond repair.

David said...

Hi, would it be possible to post the other tracks from Centazzo's "USA Concerts East" for completeness? Also after the "New US Concerts" with Vinny Golia, John Carter etc. Thanks!

mew23 said...

@ Ernst, here's your original share of B3B
https://1fichier.com/?qbit964t37pnswogdh04

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Dear mew - again you are the saviour. A thank you seems not enough.
Cheers!

Billy Budd said...

I'd like to request a re-up of the flac rip of the BALANCE LP from Incus (Ian Brighton et al):
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/02/ian-brighton-colin-wood-frank-perry.html

I have not been able to find it elsewhere in anything but mp3.

And very belated thanks to Mew for the re-up of Paul Bley. I was five months late discovering his new share of that! That's a nice favor.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Billy Budd - why should anyone reup the rip right now?
The link from March 9, 2017 is still good and will be available as long as I pay for it or as long as 1fichier is in service.
Cheers

Colin Green said...

If possible, I would be grateful for the following albums by Masahiko Togashi and Steve Lacy:


Twilight (2011)
https://www.discogs.com/Masahiko-Togashi-Steve-Lacy-Twilight/release/6420962

Apices (2013)
https://www.discogs.com/Lacy-Togashi-Satoh-Apices/release/5889205

Thanks in advance.

tak said...

If anyone has saved these two Jim Hall shows please share them.
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/search/label/Jim%20Hall
Thanks.

correct silence said...

About Apis by Togashi/Lacy/satoh, there are many new and used copies that are still for sale. I don't know if the label is still in activity but I recommend almost all of the archival recordings of Masahiko Togashi that they have published, some duets with Masayuki Takayanagi or with Yuji Takahashi that are absolutely fantastic.

Colin Green said...

Thanks, I'm aware of those and have them.

I'm a little unclear about the protocol here - is it not appropriate to ask for albums where used copies are available? If so, apologies for my request.

correct silence said...

@Colin Green The rules is not to post material that is still in print or available through download. In that case I don't know if Masahiko Satoh continue to manage his two labels : "BAJ Records" & "Studio Songs". SO I don't know if both of your request are still in print but obviously there is still some stock through various distributors.

Colin Green said...

Thanks for clarifying. Since I could never know for sure if "stock" is available, I'll not make any further requests.

correct silence said...

@Colin Green
Of course yes you can do some request in the future. IN fact I'm very big fan of Masahiko Togashi and was very happy when Masahiko Satoh started his program of reissuing some archival material. Since I'm no longer in touch with Masahiko Satoh I check regularly if there is something new and so I'm aware of what is available or no. Sometimes it is difficult to know what is still in print or no. Even as a contributor I have to check before posting and it happened recently that I posted something that was finally available again through Bandcamp but I didn't checked on this direction. So my suggestion is that you can check a bit through Bandcamp, Discogs or Ebay or Amazon and you will quickly see if something is available or is only in the second hand market.
So your request are welcome here.

correct silence said...

yesterday I listened again to the first of the two tapes of CCMC 90 posted by Nick some years back and I enjoyed again very much this music. The mix between the acoustic piano of Michael Snow, the voice of Paul Dutton and the electronic is very interesting and unique. It is very different than the early CCMC but no less fantastic. Once again I would really like to listen to volume 4
https://www.discogs.com/fr/CCMC-Volume-4-Free-Soap/release/737022
and 5
https://www.discogs.com/fr/CCMC-Volume-5-Without-A-Song/release/1135379
why not for the next Canada Day Nick?

Nick said...

You can still buy CCMC 4 and 5 new at artmetropole.com

correct silence said...

unfortunately they only provide the lp version and I don't have no more turn table, if they provide download version in the future I will be happy to buy them.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Has anyone ever heard Walter Boudreau ‎– Jazz Walter Boudreau + 3 = 4?
Is it good or not?
Or maybe someone even has a rip of this LP.
https://www.discogs.com/Walter-Boudreau-Jazz-Walter-Boudreau-3-4/release/3368474

Rev. bIGhIG said...

@ correct silence, et.al.

a little research will reveal several audiophile turntables for $400 or less, a necessity for any true music lover.

correct silence said...

Hello
I'm searching for a concert by the Art Ensemble Of Chicago, live in Paris October 25, 1976, if someone have it in lossless and can post it, it would be great, thanks in advance.

Nick s said...

correct silence,

I bought sealed copies of the CCMC Lps you are interested in a year or so ago. Unfortunately first part of both sides of both LPs has some surface noise and was a little warped. I have an inexpensive device for copying LPs and did the best I could to clean the copy. What I'm saying is that my copies are probably not up to normal IS standards. With that said, I can put up a couple mediafire links in the next couple days.
I am playing with my grandkids today. Priorities you know.

kinabalu said...

Re. turntables, I would recommend this one:

https://www.project-audio.com/en/product/debut-carbon-dc/

or some other player in the debut series which offers good quality at reasonable prices. I have a debut III which does the job. No need to splash out for the high end gear.

Re. Art Ensemble in Paris 1976: I have two separate downloads of that concert. I have to check whether they are identical or not. I'll get back to you.

kinabalu said...

Identical they are. So here is one of them:

Adrive

correct silence said...

@Rev Bighig
It is not a question of money if I don't have a turn table, or to be clear it is a question of money but not in the way that one can imagine. I used to have a turn table some years ago with a big lp collection but I was spending thousands and thousands euros buying original blue note, prestige, riverside or very rare free jazz, no matter if the price was high and even crazy. I became a junky and my financial situation became more and more dangerous so the only medicine was to sell the turn table and all the lp. I won't buy again a turn table because I know myself to well...
@Nick S Your offer is interesting. I suppose that if you bought sealed copies it might be a problem of pressing and most if not all the others copies have the same problem or it can be the storage conditions. If you want you can send me directly the links at my email address or post the links here depending on what ernst's opinion.
@Kinabalu
thanks a lot for the AEC, the sound is very good and it is surely my favorite period of the AEC. I Still have some friends who meet them in Paris at this time.

Nick s said...

Ernst,

Is adding links for CCMC 4 and 5 ok per guidelines of this site?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Nick s - it would be better if you share the links in private, IMHO.

Rev. bIGhIG said...

@correct silence

Wish I'd been around when you sold off your classic, original LPs.
It's a shame you had to, nothing like 'em in collectibility, sound quality, and visual appeal.
And today's reissues of the same albums cost 3 times as much!

frank-oliver said...

Hi, can you please upload the link for KENNY WHEELER'S 75th BIRTHDAY CONCERT QEH 2005

Thank you very much, Frank Oliver

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Looking for a duo recording of Kaoru Abe with Motoharu Yoshizawa from the "Live At Passe-Tamps" series.
https://www.discogs.com/%E9%98%BF%E9%83%A8%E8%96%AB-%E5%90%89%E6%B2%A2%E5%85%83%E6%B2%BB-Live-At-Passe-Tamps/release/12148950

correct silence said...

@Rev Bighig
I don't regret anything about this period. You know when it start to be dangerous for your family because you spend all the money in this, it is not suitable situation. I also have seen so many stupid attitudes like for exemple two guys who were starting to fight physically because each one pretend that he have seen the first an original of Eric Dolphy on new jazz. A guy who was shouting like a crazy man because he have found for 50 euros the lp of Duke Jordan on vogue and he will sell it for 1500 euros in Japan. I haven't checked but I'm sure that he had an erection.
At one point it is no more a question of music but a sort of fetishism. Some people were no more talking about music but of the address written on the record, is it a 47 west, is it a Lexington, does it have a deep groove or no, is it flat or no...
For the question of sound it is not always true that the original lp have the best sound. it is mostly true for the blue note, particularly the ones that are in mono, it is also true for the prestige. But for exemple, many new jazz were not good pressing quality, same for some atlantic, I don't talk about all the catalogue of those records companies of course. Many verve have also a problem of dynamic and sometimes also a problem of pressing with some surface noise even when you find a clean copy. I think that I've been mostly impressed by the sound of the contemporary. What is interesting is that the blue note have a better sound in mono and the contemporary in stereo, each one was losing a bit of dynamic in the opposit version. In the free jazz many Byg have not good sound and very bad pressing. If you consider the french catalogue of the post bop like some barclay or vogue, it is also not so easy to find some good pressing if you search absolutely the original. I know the guy of sam records who reissue some titles and his reissues have a really better quality. I think that the Japanese lp reissues of the seventies are probably the best standard quality in term of sound and price.

Jimbo said...

HI! I was wondering if anyone here has the Sun Ra Ahateauvallon August 24/25 1976 recordings. I have heard they are fantastic but have been unable to find them. Thanks for your time!

Solomon said...

Hello,

Would it be possible to get an alternate (Zippy, MediaFire, ADrive) link for NDR Workshop 70 - Jet Set From Bangkok? I've been having difficulty with getting the download to complete on 1fichier.

Thank you so much.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

@Solomon,

perhaps I have two ideas how you would be able to download the files.

First you could add a VPN to your browser. This one is for free and as far as I know a reliable add-on. No problems on my side so far!
It helps me in most cases to download from websites previously unavailable for me.
https://touchvpn.net/

Or you could use a proxy-site. Haven't checked it for myself but I know some friends and acquaintances who used it and it worked.
https://www.proxysite.com/

Otherwise someone else might have time for a reup to another file hoster.

Solomon said...

Thank you Ernst.

I don't have any issues accessing the download. The problem I'm having is, I will start the download and it will get to 20-50%, sometimes almost fully complete, and 1fichier suddenly has a server crash and the download fails. Then I have to wait a couple hours until the timer is gone to reattempt the download. It seems I have to get lucky and not get the server problem.

It's something odd about 1fichier. Sometimes I get an incredible connection and could download 500mb files in seconds. But it consistently fails downloading almost every download. Usually, I just keep trying until I get lucky, which normally happens after 2-3 attempts. But this one (NDR 70) seems odd. It's a slower download speed than normal and I can't seem to finish downloading. I've tried a dozen times already over the past few days.

Either way, I appreciate the help. The music I've been able to get from you and the others that contribute to this wonderful blog is incredible. I'm very grateful!

mew23 said...

@ Jimbo - all i have is
Sun Ra Arkestra - Chateauvallon 1976-08-24 (aud)
thanks to unclemeat, the original uploader on dime
https://1fichier.com/?7preihutls4tl2t1d7v5

propylaen2001 said...

Hi,

Could some good soul please help me out with Dave Brubeck's "Two Generations Of Brubeck" from 1973. I know there once was a cd release on the Wounded Bird label, but I guess it is out of print by now.

https://www.discogs.com/de/Dave-Brubeck-Two-Generations-Of-Brubeck/master/274774

Jimbo said...

Thank you so much, @mew23.

mike said...

I heard this a while back, and it was pretty good! Bitches Brew era Miles free-fusion. Would any one have this, or any Santucci & Scoppa albums from the early 70's?

https://www.discogs.com/Santucci-Scoppa-Looking-Around/release/8806453

Thanks in advance!

correct silence said...

Hello
If someone have this lp and can post it it would be great, thanks in advance.
https://www.discogs.com/fr/CCMC-Live-At-The-Music-Gallery/release/1547786

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Maybe someone can share "Festival Beyond Innocence: A Brief History in 67 Chapters".
https://www.discogs.com/release/2176791
Lossless definitely preferred - especially 'cause of Kang Tae Hwan's delicate overtones.
Thanks in advance.

mike said...

Discog says Reel Recordings is now defunct (??)

If so, would anyone happen to have this?

https://www.discogs.com/Command-All-Stars-Curiosities-1972/release/1875952

If so, thank you.

miloo2 said...

Mike, I got Command All Stars CD and can post it during next week.

mike said...

Thank you, miloo!

And since Reel is now defunct, here is another one from that label that would be great to see here:

https://www.discogs.com/Splinters-Split-The-Difference/release/3355488

correct silence said...

There are five copies of Splinter for sale at discogs, the first one is for 10 euros
https://www.discogs.com/fr/sell/release/3355488?ev=rb
Personally I won't post cd that are available for so low price, it is the same for Command All star, people who are not ready to spend around 10 euros for one physical cd are not really interested by music in my opinion.

Solomon said...

Hello,

Does anyone have any of these Stomu Yamash'ta albums that they can share? Very much appreciated.

- Percussion Recital

- Uzu: The World Of Stomu Yamash'ta 2

Thank you!

correct silence said...

@Solomon
will post Percussion recital during the week end.
Uzu I don't have

Solomon said...

@correct silence
Thank you so much, I really appreciate it!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I am searching for Bobby Few's "Let It Rain".

http://www.parisjazzcorner.com/en/dis_fiche.php?ArtNum=125986

Thanks in advance.

vaxvax said...

I am looking for a 1980 recording with Hozan Yamamoto and Mashaiko Togashi among others. "Eternasl Echoes". It's no possible to buy it new, the last release, in CD, was about ten years ago and it's not longer avaible even in Japan.
please if anyone have it and can upload i will apreciate

correct silence said...

@Solomon
I wonder if "the world of Stomu Yamash'ta 1 and 2" are in fact the same as "Percussion Recital" but in audiophile version so the original lp could have been split in two parts, not sure about it so if someone have more informations they are welcome.

alex said...

hi,
can you re-up Toshiaka Yokota - Primitive please..?
i love j-jazz

many thanks

correct silence said...

@Ernst
I have to check but if my memory is ok I have this cd but not in Paris. I think that when I interviewed Bobby Few three years ago he brought some cd with him and this one was in the package... Answer next week when I will go for few days in the country.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you Correct Silence - looking forward as wether you have the CD.

correct silence said...

Here is a list of live bootleg by Don Cherry that I'm searching for. This list comes from a longer one published by Bill on his own blog, but he have never posted them so if someone have few of these titles and can share here it would be nice.
*1968-11-08 1968-11-08a / CHERRY DON CHERRY & HAN BENNINK November 8, 1968 – BerlinW, Quartier von Quasimodo (Total Music Meeting Berlin '68)
Don Cherry p; Han Bennink d. Length: 1t/6'17 Source: audience recording (1307)
*1975-06-07 Don Cherry Group The Five Spot NY, NY 7 June aud total time: 74:37 Don Cherry tp, elp, voc Sandy Bull g Frank Lowe ts, bs, ss, fl Roger Blank dr Ed Blackwell dr Hakim Jami b William Parker b Selene Fung ching (330)
* 1976-08-xxDon Cherry - Ed Blackwell - Karl Berger Naropa Institute Boulder, CO audience recording Recorded on a Sony mono cassette recorder. Cdr total time 1:23:01 Don Cherry - pocket tpt,doussn'gouni, Fender Rhodes piano, perc and voice Ed Blackwell – drums Karl Berger – vibes (207)
*1978-11-xx - Don Cherry Trio Paris, 1978 Don Cherry,tp,p,fl,voc Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark,b Ed Blackwell,dr Total Time: 49:03 AUD Sound Rating: AUD B+
*1983-05-23 Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell Moers Jazz Festival Moers, Germany sbd Don Cherry- tp, p, organ Ed Blackwell- dr (120/1364)

roberth said...

i second correct silence ( great moniker by the way) request of the don cherry bootlegs.
i was at the naropa concert it would be great to have more than my meories. there was also a concert that accompanied a michael snow movie with don cherry karl berger eddie blackwell garret list and others don't know if it was recorded or not not
roberth

PR Cyclone said...

You've posted Dharma Quintet before ... ANy chance you could post their release "Archipel?" Much appreciated.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi PR Cyclone - "Archipel" was reissued in 2018 by the French label Souffle Continu.
We do not post readily available releases.
https://www.soufflecontinurecords.com/product/dharma-archipel-ffl041-pre-order

Cheers

correct silence said...

@Pf Cyclone
...and the cd reissue of all the Dharma and the Cohelmec Ensemble is still planned even if it have been delayed several times. In September or October Souffle Continu will reissue on lp the 3 albums of Perception, they will also reissue an unpublished live with Perception and Jacques Thollot, this time on cd.

Unknown said...

I intend to publish a serie of reviews about the music by Kaoru Abe.
At the moment, two reviews will be publish about "Mort à credit" and "Mannyoka".
Could you name 2 or 3 other most important recordings ?
Moreover, I wish to give desire to listen to Free or Impro Scene of Japan . A list of some of the most important recordings (other than the Kaoru's) would be of great help for me. Could you help me ?
Thanks a lot
Guy

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Here are some(!) early classics of Japanese Free Jazz (Free Improvisation)[including some from KA for good measure]

Hiroshi Suzuki/Masahiko Togashi Quintet — Variation (1969)
Masahiko Togashi Quartet — We Now Create (1969)
Masahiko Sato Trio — Deformation (1969)
Yosuke Yamashita Trio — Dancing Kojiki (1969)
Masayuki Takayanagi and New Direction’s — Independence: Tread on Sure Ground (1969)
Motoharu Yoshizawa/Mototeru Takagi - 吉沢元治/高木元輝 (1969)
Masahiko Togashi Quartet — Speed & Space (1969)
Masahiko Togashi/Mototeru Takagi - Isolation (1969)
Masahiko Satoh Trio - Palladium (1969)
Yosuke Yamashita Trio – Concert In New Jazz (1969)
Itaru Oki Trio - 殺人教室 (1970)
Masayuki Takayanagi/Kaoru Abe - Mass Projection (1970)
Masayuki Takayanagi/Kaoru Abe - Gradually Projection (1970)
Various — Trio by Trio + 1 (1970)
Various — 2 to 10/Saxophone Adventure (1970)
Various — Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1/2 (1970)
Kaoru Abe Trio - 1970年3月, 新宿 (1970)
New Herd + M. Togashi — Canto of Aries (1971)
Kaoru Abe/Hiroshi Yamazaki - Jazz Bed (1971)
Sabu Toyozumi/Mototeru Takagi — If Ocean Is Broken (1971)
Yosuke Yamashita Trio With Brass 12 ‎– Introducing Takeo Moriyama (1971)
Various — Inspiration & Power 14 Free Jazz Festival 1 (1973(
Motoharu Yoshizawa - Inland Fish (1974)
Sabu Toyozumi — Message to Chicago (1974)
Masayuki Takayanagi and New Direction Unit — Eclipse (1975)
Mototeru Takagi Trio — Mosura Freight! (1975)
Cosmic Pulsation Unit — C・P・U (1975)
Steve Lacy Sextet — The Wire (1975)
Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit — Axis: Another Revolvable Thing Vol. 1 + 2 (1975)
Jam Rice Sextet — Jam Rice Relaxin' (1976)
Masahiko Togashi – Guild For Human Music (1976)

The year in () is the year of recording.

And where do you post / edit your reviews?

revroth said...

I'm hoping to find a lossless rip of Sabu Toyozumi/Mototeru Takagi — IF OCEAN IS BROKEN, does anyone have this one? All I can find are mp3s, and the album itself is impossible to find. Thanks in advance if anyone can help!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I have Sabu Toyozumi/Mototeru Takagi — IF OCEAN IS BROKEN - but will need some time for a rip.

Unknown said...

Itaru Oki trio : is it possible to reUp ?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Do you mean this one?
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/08/itaru-oki-trio-trumpet-in-modern-jazz.html

If yes - the link is still good.
If not a link would be most helpful.

Guy said...

Hello Ernst
Yes, it’s the right record but file is unknown
Link posted 17 may 17
What can I do ?

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I've added a new link to

https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/08/itaru-oki-trio-trumpet-in-modern-jazz.html

propylaen2001 said...

Hi, has anyone here got a vinyl rip of Geoffrey McCabe, Eddie Gomez, Bob Moses, Clyde Criner - Teseract Complicity

https://www.discogs.com/de/Geoffrey-McCabe-Join-Eddie-Gomez-Join-Bob-Moses-Join-Clyde-Criner-Teseract-Complicity/release/3855026

aboynamedstew said...

Hi all,
Thanks for y'alls efforts over so many years. I've found and heard things that have really expanded my mind. I was wondering if anyone had a rip of the Rick Rozie / Lee Rozie / Rashied Ali LP "Afro Algonquin". Someone posted a link in the "What a long, strange trip..." post a few years ago, but the link has expired. I love the live set posted here already, and I've been trying to find a rip on the internet ever since, with no luck. If anyone has it, I sure would appreciate an upload/link. Thanks again!
-aboynamedstew

aboynamedstew said...

I can't tell if signing in to Blogger erased my post or not, buuuuuuuutttttt...

I'd appreciate so much if someone could share the Rick Rozie / Lee Rozie / Rashied Ali LP "Afro Algonquin". Someone posted a link in the "What a long, strange trip..." thread a few years ago, but the link has since expired. I love the live set already posted here and have been searching in vain for a rip of the actual album. If anyone could share, I'd be much obliged. Thanks!

mew23 said...

Afro Algonquin (Moers Music, 1980) mp3
https://www.discogs.com/release/677980
https://1fichier.com/?5yi6xdbhb1fwo8dcmts8

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

I'm a great admirer of Urs Voerkel's playing.

So I'm looking for a decent lossless rip of a group called 'Formation'.
https://www.discogs.com/Formation-Formation/release/3646477

Anyone? Thanks in advance, although it seems rather unlikely to get my request fulfilled one never knows.

correct silence said...

I'm adding my voice to Ernst request
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Formation-Formation/release/3646477

correct silence said...

if someone can re-up this one it would be great, thanks
https://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/11/bobby-few-trio-live-at-santanna-arresi.html

mike said...

Related to the Formation request, this would be nice to see, too!

https://www.discogs.com/Antithesis-Antithesis/release/3498106

Also, miloo, are you still planning on posting the Command All Stars album?

aboynamedstew said...

mew23 thanks so much for the Afro Algonquin!!

correct silence said...

This has not been posted here but at "Funland at the beach" but if one follower have it in flac, i would be interested.http://funlandatthebeach.blogspot.com/2016/01/neighbours-landesstudio-2008.html
I'm not sure that this blog is still active so why not sharing it here if possible, thank in advance.

-Otto- said...

I'm with aboynamedstew: Thank you very much for the Afro Algonquin MoMu1078, mew23!

mew23 said...

@ correct silence,
Neighbours - Live at ORF Landesstudio Eisenstadt (Austria),
January 13, 1996 (Re-upload from 'Funland at the Beach')
https://1fichier.com/?k41ss0p63nrs36o6pt5e

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thank you mew23 for the Neighbours link - and thanks to filbert for his post at FatB.

Scott H. said...

Would it be possible to get a re-up of the following:
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2014/09/pon-pon-doubletrapcreativeman-disc-1995.html

Thanks regardless.

correct silence said...

Thanks very much Mew23 for opening again your unlimited archives, your job is very important.
Do you eventually have this one also from Filbert's blog
http://funlandatthebeach.blogspot.com/2015/03/douglas-ewart-wadada-leo-smith-jeff.html
I used to have it in mp3 and I wonder if Filbert's post has the same source or if it has a better quality. I'm almost sure that this show have been officialy recorded because one extract is available on one cd by Douglas Ewart, so I would like to hear Filbert's source, thanks in advance.

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