Here is first recording published by Maestro David Torn. Unlike second Everyman Band album "Without Warning", it was never released as CD nor digitally yet for whatever reason. The debut of this American quartet is much wilder than second album, but Torn's atmospheric guitar explorations are already there. He went on to record further ECM albums under his own name, "Best Laid Plans" (1985, duo with percussionist Geoffrey Gordon) and crimsonish "Cloud About Mercury" (1987, with Mark Isham on trumpet, Tony Levin on bass and stick and Bill Bruford on drums), and as a member of Jan Garbarek Group (It's OK To Listen To The Gray Voice, 1985). Torn returned to ECM in 2oo7 with his fantastic band Prezens. All Fogel, Yaw and Suchorsky were members of Lou Reed band.
I am sharing this album as clean vinyl rip, each side of the LP is one track. Cover scans are included.
EVERYMAN BAND (ECM 1234)
MARTiN FOGEL - saxophones
DAViD TORN - guitar
BRUCE YAW - bass
MiCHAEL SUCHORSKY - drums
Recorded March 1982 at Talent Studio Oslo by Jan Erik, produced by Manfred.
SiDE I: Morals in the Mud / Japan Smiles / Lonely Streets / On the Spot
SiDE II: The Mummy Club / Nuclear Suite / Fatt Blatt
UPDATE :: New stereo rip was uploaded and mystery with audacity solved - at least for me. To get 1oo% stereo record, i have to start recording in stereo mode just for a while. Then stop and start again what I want to get recorded as a new stereo track of the same project.
& 2 be correct -- anybody want my ST 33 copy of this album? 350 CZK / 15 EUR including postage costs :)
All a musician can do is to get closer to the sources of nature, and so feel that he is in communion with the natural laws. ∞