8 October 2020

LOUIS BURDETT, JON ROSE, SERGE ERMOLL ‎– VELOCITY OF INDEPENDENT PARTS (FRINGE BENEFIT RECORDS, 1979)

 



A1. Solo Violin
A2. Piano and Two Players

B1. Percussion and Violin
B2. Flute and Mandolin
B3. Clarinet and Metal Parts
B4. Autoharp and Flute

Louis Burdett, percussion, flute, clarinet
Serge Ermoll, piano
Jon Rose, violin, autoharp, mandolin, piano, metal parts

Produced in January 1979

Fringe Benefit Records ‎– FBR 25

LP Rip

9 comments:

Nick said...


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JColtrane said...

Many thanks

correct silence said...

Absolutely great Nick and maybe you could provide this rip to Itunes. They have not only used a scratchy lp, they have also cut the second track of the first side in two parts and sticked the second part to the first track of the side b. Another news that I can say here. The bandcamp store of the label futura Marge have taken some of the rip you have made to put it for sale on their page, rip coming from IS includes Saheb Sarbib live in europe vol 2, Septet Matchioul, Siegfried Kessler solaire and few more.

Nick said...

Mico Nissim too, I guess.

correct silence said...

yes and Raymon Boni & Gérard Marais from Ernst's rip, Burton Greene aquariana too. I have sent them an email to suggest them that if they need something more they can post a request.
Since recently i didn't took time to listen to the music of Jon Rose, it is my interest into Serge Ermoll's music that drove me to Jon Rose and I can say that even if I'm more free jazz than improvised music, the sound that he have on his various stringed instruments is very interesting. So I have also downloaded the duo with Simone de Hahan that you have previously posted and it is also very interesting.
Thank you for those share Nick

BT said...

Thank-you so much

kilo wat said...

Danke, Nick!

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

That's a surprise. Thank you Nick.