Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Requests & Contributions Forum #46 February (Part 2) 2017

Here's your place to post your request and contributions.

Shares are more than welcome.

For those of you who are not familiar with this forum rules please read the following guidelines.

R&C Guidelines by Aclev:

This part of the site has become quite popular and active, and we certainly thank all of you for participating.  Like any other active forum a few guidelines will ensure everyone has a positive experience here. We're not trying to impose a bunch of rules, but a little common sense should prevail.
1. Do not post anonymous comments. (Use the "Name" option instead of the "Anonymous" one. It doesn't have to be your real life name, a nick will do fine.)
2. Please don't post a laundry list of 25 requests at once. Even if you're active in sharing with the forum, that gets to be a bit much.
3. Be specific. Some of the artists we deal with have vast discographies. A request that reads "Any Miles Davis? Thanks!" is not the way to go.
4. Please don't request things that are already available elsewhere on the internet.  That means you have checked Munju and Google first.
1. Please don't share brand new releases here. There are plenty of horrid sites out there like IsraBox and Plixid that are doing that. Contrary to what the occasional troll may say, we're not here to rip anyone off.
2. Bitrate snobbery. This can be tricky, so here's the deal.  Many of the releases we deal with are quite obscure, and some haven't been seen on the internet for years. It wasn't that long ago that 256 was state of the art, and 192 and 128 were the norm. Sometimes the only rips out there of that rare disc may be at a lower bitrate.  If you have an upgrade, then by all means offer it, but don't grumble about someone's share. A lower bitrate rip may be better than nothing at all.
Again, we're not trying to get rule happy, just trying to make everyone's experience here (yours and ours) a little smoother. That said, back to shares and requests..

1. Prior to making a request, please check first the "Blog Archive: Musicians List" .
2. If you have a request for links re-up that you've seen in previous forum, please post your request in the current forum and not at the original one otherwise the chances that people will see your requests are slim.
3. If you can't find what you're looking for, click "Load More" located at the bottom of the comments page. You may need to do this several times, when "Load More" is no longer shown you'll be seeing all the comments.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Links' Re Up...

If you have any requests for new links for old posts with dead links, please leave a comment here or at the original post and will try to oblige.

Note: Anonymous' Requests will be ignored!

Following  the latest list of posts re_up:

Horace Tapscott - The Tapscott Sessions Vol. 4

Frank Gratkowski Trio - The Flume Factor

Frank Gratowski Quartet - Kollaps

Ralph Peterson - Triangular 2

Omer Avital - Room To Grow

David Weiss - The Mirror

Cecil Brooks III - The Collective (1989)

Jumala Quintet (Joe McPhee, Paul Flaherty) - Turtle Crossing (2005)

Curtis Fuller - Blues-Ette part 2 (1993)

Jerry Granelli - Enter, A Dragon

School Days - In Our Times (2001)

School Days - Crossing Division (2000)

Free Fall - Furnace (2002)

Lawrence Azar - Legacy and Music of John Coltrane

Steve Nelson - Communications (1987)

Misha Mengelberg Kwartet - Driekusman Total Loss (1964-66)

The Cannonball Adderley Quintet - Country Preacher (1969)

Rashied Ali-Louie Belogenis-Wilber Morris - Live at Tonic (2001)

Miles Okazaki - Mirror (2007)

The Respect Sextet - The Full Respect

The Respect Sextet - Respect in You

Kim Richmond - Looking In Looking Out

Betty Carter - The Audience With Betty Carter

Dave Douglas - In Our Lifetime (1995)

Marty Ehrlich Quartet - The Traveller's Tale (1989)

The American Jazz Quintet - From Bad To Badder

George Cables - Phantom Of The City (1985)

Ray Anderson, Mark Helias, Gerry Hemingway - Oahspe (1978)

Joe Bonner Quartet - Suite For Chocolate (1985)

John Tchicai & Archie Shepp - Rufus (1963)

Dollar Brand - Live At Montreux (1980)

Jane Ira Bloom - Modern Drama

Herbert Peter - B-A-C-H A Chromatic Universe (2001)

Marion Brown - November Cotton Flower (1979)

Betty Carter - Feed The Fire (1993)

Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan - Trouble In Mind (1980)

Seamus Blake - The Bloomdaddies

Ron Carter-All Blues (1973)

The Vandermark 5 - Simpatico (1998)

Duck Baker - Spinning Song (1995)

Sphere – Four for All (1987)

Affinity - This Is Our Lunch (1996)

Affinity - Affinity Plays Nine Modern Jazz Classics

Craig Owens & The Bodo Ensemle -The Seven Martyrs Of Tehran

Tim Berne - Sanctified Dreams

Ricky Ford - Furure Gold (1983)

The Herbie Nichols Project - Love Is Proximity (1995-6)

Jesse Davis - First Insight (1998)

Tibetan Dixie with Arthur Blythe - Ya-it-ma-Thang

Neil Podgurski's New Fire - Revolutions

Frank Lowe - Bodies and Soul (1995)

Reid Anderson - The Vastness Of Space (2000)

Chico Freeman - Tradition in Transition (1982)

Steve Lacy + 16 - Itinerary

Steve Lacy Sextet - RCA Novus Recordings (1988-1992)

Don Pullen - Milano Strut (1978)

Bert Wilson and Rebirth - Further Adventures in Jazz

Bert Wilson - Live at the Zoo

The Mandala Octet - La Spada Di San Galgano

Geri Allen - In The Year Of The Dragon (1989)

Frank Walton - Reality

Gerry Hemingway Quintet - Perfect World (1995)

Whit Dickey Quartet - Coalescence (2004)

John Lindberg Quintet - Dimension 5 (1981)

Affinity - A Tribute To Eric Dolphy (1996)

Fred Hersch, Michael Moore, Gerry Hemingway - Thirteen Ways (1995)

Jerry Granelli - Another Place (1992)

Brown Quartet - Illuminate (1993)

Rob Brown - Youniverse (1992)

Rich Halley - Live at Beanbenders (1999)

Ted Curson - Tears For Dolphy (1964)

Sachi Hayasaka & Stir Up - 2.26

Frequency (Nichole Mitchell, Ed Wilkerson Jr., Harrison Bankhead, Avreeayl Ra)

The Herbie Nichols Project - Strange City (2001)

George Schuller - Lookin' Up From Down Below

George Schuller - Hellbent

Peter O'Mara - Avenue U (1990)

Lindsey Horner - Mercy Angel (1994)

Whit Dickey - Big Top (1999)

Rob Brown Trio - High Wire

Franklin Kiermyer - In The House Of My Fathers

Rich Halley – Saxophone Animals (1991)

Kenny Wheeler-Sonny Greenwich Quintet - Kenny and Sonny Live at the Montreal Bistro (1997)

Bob Brookmeyer New Art Orchestra - New Works (Celebration) (1997)

Damon Short - All Of The Above

Talib Kibwe-James Weidman - Taja - A Night At Birdland

Dave Bryant - The Eternal Hang:

Raphe Malik - The Short Form (1996)

Figure 8 (Rova x 4) - Pipe Dreams (1994)

Glenn Spearman's G-Force - Let It Go

George Russell's New York Band - Live In An American Time Spiral (1983)

NAM - Actual Proof (1999)

Anthony Braxton / Rova Saxophone Quartet ‎– The Aggregate

Marty Ehrlich - The Long View

Marty Ehrlich - Malinke's Dance (1999)

James Newton - The Mystery School (1979)

James Newton - Luella (1983)

Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls - vs. the forces of evil

Gebhard Ullmann - Big Band Project (2001)

Creative Music Studio - Woodstock Jazz Festival 1

Karl Berger - With Silence (1972)

Kenny Drew Jr. - Third Phase (1989)

Kenny Drew Jr. - Winter Flower (1998)

Creative Music Studio - Woodstock Jazz Festival 2

Ned Rothenberg - Power Lines

David Friedman - Of The Wind's Eye (1981) & Shades Of Change (1986)

Sphere - Sphere (1997)







Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Various: Chick Corea / Herbie Hancock / Keith Jarrett / McCoy Tyner {LP - Atlantic}

Side A:
A1. Keith Jarrett - Margot  3:43
A2. Keith Jarrett - Love No. 1  6:11
A3. Chick Corea - Tones For Joan's Bones  6:03
A4. Chick Corea - This Is New  7:36

Side B:
B1. McCoy Tyner - Lazy Bird  3:25
B2. McCoy Tyner - In Your Own Sweet Way  5:14
B3. Herbie Hancock - Einbahnstraße  7:23
B4.Herbie Hancock - Doom  6:05

Keith Jarrett: piano (A1-A2); Charlie Haden: bass (A1-A2); Paul Motian: drums (A1-A2);
Chick Corea: piano (A3-A4); Joe Farrell: tenor saxophone (A4); Woody Shaw: trumpet (A4); Steve Swallow: bass (A3-A4); Joe Chambers: drums (A3-A4);
McCoy Tyner: piano (B1-B2); Steve Davis: bass (B1-B2); Elvin Jones: drums (B1-B2);
Herbie Hancock: piano (B3-B4); Ron Carter: bass (B3-B4); Billy Cobham: drums (B3-B4).

Tracks A1 & A2 recorded at A&R Studios, New York City, on December 21, 1966 and originally released in the album: Keith Jarrett - Life Between The Exit Signs ( 1968 )
Tracks A3 & A4 recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City, on November 30 and December1, 1966 and originally released in the album: Chick Corea - Tones For Joan's Bones ( 1968 )
Tracks B1 & B2 recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City, on October 24, 1960, and previously unreleased
Tracks B3 & B4 recorded at A&R Studios, New York City, on October 7, 1969, and originally released in the album: Ron Carter - Uptown Conversation ( 1969 ).

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Charles Mingus - Live At Montreux 1975 {aduio rip_DVD}

Charles Mingus, bass;
Don Pullen, piano;
Dannie Richmond, drums;
George Adams, tenor saxophone, flute & vocals;
Jack Walrath, trumpet.
Special guests (on tracks 4, 5): Gerry Mulligan, baritone saxophone; Benny Bailey, trumpet.

1. Devil Blues.
2. Free Cell Block F, 'Tis Nazi USA.
3. Sue's Changes.
4. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat – with Gerry Mulligan & Benny Bailey.
5. Take The "A" Train – with Gerry Mulligan & Benny Bailey.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

The Bob Thiele Collective - Lion - Hearted (1993)

Alto Saxophone – Gary Bartz
Bass – Ray Drummond
Drums – Grady Tate
Piano – Kenny Barron
Tenor Saxophone – Ravi Coltrane, Steve Marcus
Trombone – Ray Anderson
Trumpet – Roy Hargrove

Link in Comments

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Mal Waldron Quintet – Live At The Village Vanguard {audio-rip_DVD}

Bass – Reggie Workman
Drums – Ed Blackwell
Piano – Mal Waldron
Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse
Trumpet – Woody Shaw

1. All Alone 17:35
2. Git-Go 21:05
3. Fire Waltz 19:18
4. Left Alone 4:55

? - Recorded: May 1984 or maybe September 17th 1983.

This one is an audio rip of a DVD I've got. There's no  information on  the cover regarding the recording date. Initially I thought it was probably recorded around Sept.16.1986,  the same time that the "The Git Go-Live At The Village Vanguard" and "Seagulls of Kristiansund" albums were recorded. It's the same band members as in the above mentioned albums, playing 3 live tracks plus a piano solo version by Mal of "Left Alone" recorded in a rehearsal studio following the set.
I couldn't find much information on the Net concerning this recording. But one site suggests that it was recorded in May 1984. Someone else suggests it's from Sept. 17th 1983.
As far as I know this recording was not release on CD or LP.
If you've got any other information please share it.

Friday, January 27, 2017

David Murray Quartet - Live at The Village Vanguard (1986) {audio-ripp_DVD}

1. Off Season 6:20
2. Lovers 8:15
3. Morning Song 11:42
4. Ming 12:00
5. Murray's Steps 14:30
6. Duet 2:20

Bass – Fred Hopkins
Drums – Ed Blackwell
Piano – John Hicks
Tenor Saxophone – David Murray.

Recorded live at The Village Vanguard 1986.

This is an audio rip of a DVD I've got. As far as I know it was not release on CD or LP.
If you have additional information about this recording please share it.