13 October 2014


AB. Mary Mary

C1. After You Left A
C2. After You Left B

D.  Tortuga

E.  Push Pull

F.  Breakout

Jimmy Lyons, alto saxophone
Hayes Burnett, bass
Karen Borca, bassoon
Munner Bernard Fennell, cello
Roger Blank, drums

Recorded live, May 6, 1978 at the Collective for Living Cinema NY.

Hat Hut Records ‎– Y/Z/Z

LP Rip


C. What To Do About #1 And #2

Jimmy Lyons - alto saxophone
John Lindberg, bass
Sunny Murray, drums

Recorded live at Jazz Festival Willisau on Saturday August 30, 1980.

Hat Hut Records ‎– TWENTYONE (2R21)

LP Rip


Nick said...
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onxidlib said...

Push Pull - thank you, Nick!

James A. Naismith said...

I've never heard of Push Pull before. Excellent!

Chris said...

Thanks Nick for the upgrade!

SOTISE said...

nice post!Jump up will surely come back into print, the cd version i have hat art 6139, sounds a lot better than the old tan/grey covered vinyl! with the Bonus of 'Tortuga'added!

lotsofammons said...

This is amazing!!! Thank you so much Nick for the post!

Scraps said...

I always want an album with bassoon playing, and plus Hat Hut: well!

maximumbreak said...

is there any chance for the complete Jump Up - What To Do About?
- thanks anyway for your work!

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot, Nick. Jimmy Lyons is always welcome.

I'm looking for Jimmy Lyons & Andrew Cyrille - Burnt Offering (1982). Anyone could help?


Excellent ! said...

Thank for the Great Jimmy Lyons !

SOTISE said...

DAN... burnt offering is available from Cam Jazz, they are selling wav downloads of most of their catalogs.. and hard copies..
we don't post stuff here that is in print..sorry

SOTISE said...


serviceton said...

What Nick doesn't explicitly say with his post is that the track he has posted here from the Jump Up vinyl triple LP [' What To Do About #1 And #2'] - is the track that never made it to the CD. Sotise points out, Hat did add 'Tortuga' [which is great] for the CD. But the CD loss of 'What To Do About #1 And #2' is a sad one. Fucking fantastic record.

Vitko said...

It's beautiful! Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks SOTISE for the information. I didn't know that. And I didn't want to infringe the rules.


John said...

Somebody has been in my head!

I was just looking for these albums a couple weeks ago and came across what must be the same dead blog links that the original requestor mentioned.

Thank you for more gems!

matt w said...

Thank you! This is fantastic!

For folks interested in the Black Saint/Soul Note work, it looks like Cam Jazz will shortly be coming out with a box set of the work. And many prominent sellers offer the MP3s for a low per-track price (so Burnt Offering is about three bucks for three tracks).

-Otto- said...

Thank you, Nick!

Maready said...

Thanks so much! I've been wanting to hear these for a long time --- never could find a used LP or CD of either. (And as much as I like the Hat CD design aesthetic, the LPs were even more beautiful.) I'll definitely spring for the reissues when Hat gets around to doing them --- thanks again!

DW said...

Thanks, Nick!!

francisco santos said...

Big THX !....

Tantris said...

Push Pull has now been reissued on the Corbett & Dempsey label. I have one on order, hopefully to arrive soon.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

HI Nick, hope you don't mind but I've deleted your comment with the working link to 1f.
See Tantris comment above - very nice made reissue!