4 May 2016


Here's a short recording by Theo Loevendie's Consort from Antibes previously offered in some comments or in the contributions section.

It was recorded the same year as the Blue Notes (in Antibes) after they left South Africa.
From both groups there was a french TV footage but apparently it has been deleted from youtube.
 Which may not have a whole lot to do with this recording but it seemed like a good place to start....

Theo Loevendie, alto saxophone, piano
Hans Dulfer, tenor saxophone
Joop Mastenbroek, baritone saxophone
Willem Van Manen, trombone
Nedly Elstak, trumpet, piano
Maarten Altena, bass
Johnny Engels, drums
Martin van Duynhoven, drums

1. Mr. Brook, part one  01:44
2. Mr. Brook, part two  07:00
3. Pepy                 05:38
4. Mandela!             08:11

Recorded on July 27, 1969, Antibes, Juan-les-Pins, 10th International Jazzfestival.


onxidlib said...


Bill said...

A wonderful surprise! Thanks onxidlib. A must for the Loevendie collector!

armando said...

Thank you! It´s nice to see Altena here.

Solomon said...

Great music! Thank you!

Guitarradeplastico your favorite musician said...

many thanks

Clifford Allen said...

Have had a copy of this for years. I think it may even eclipse "Mandela" - ferocious, beautiful music.

francisco santos said...