Sunday, October 30, 2016

Gebhard Ullmann - New Basement Research (2005)

Gebhard Ullmann: tenor saxophone and bass clarinet; Julian Arguelles: soprano and baritone saxophones; Steve Swell: trombone;
John Hebert: double bass;
Gerald Cleaver: drums.

1.  Dreierlei     (8:38)
2.  Gospel     (5:40)
3.  Seven 9-8     (10:53)
4.  New No Ness     (6:55)
5.  D. Nee No     (10:18)
6.  Desert ... Bleue ... East     (10:20)
7.  Almost Twenty-Eight     (10:21).

Recorded 9th November 2005 at Studio Zerkall.

{a contribution by AGABEN}

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Requests & Contributions Forum #36: September_(Part 3) 2016

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

Shares are more than welcome.

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 make anonymous requests. (If you can't figure out how to put your name on your comment, just indicate it at the end of the comment itself. 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. 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.
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.

Friday, October 28, 2016

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: Requests by Anonymous will be ignored!

Following  the latest list of posts re_up:

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)

Hotel X - A Random History of the Avant-Groove

Raphé Malik-Cecil McBee-Cody Moffett - Storyline (2000)

Glenn Spearman Double Trio - The Fields (1994)

Glemm Speatman & Dominic Duval - Working with the Elements

Paul Bley - Plays Carla Bley (1991)

Dick Oatts - Simone's Dance (1998)

Walt Dickerson - Peace (1976)

John Stetch - Carpathian Blues

John Stetch - Heavens of a Hundred Days

Hugh Ragin - Feel The Sunshine

Hugh Ragin - Revelation

John Lindberg & Hugh Ragin – Team Work

Tom Varner - Covert Action (1987)

Scott Miller_Joe Fonda - Bottoms Out (1993-4-5)

Conference Call - Spirals- The Berlin Concert

Prince Lasha - Inside Story + Search For Tommorow

Anthony Davis ‎– Past Lives (1978)

Curtis Clark - Phantasmagoria (1984)

Curtis Clark - Amsterdam Sunshine (1984)

One World Ensemble - Breathing Together (1995)

Rob Reddy - Post-War Euphoria

Ok Nok Kongo - Ok Nok Kongo + 3 Jokers

The Fringe - It's Time For The Fringe

James Newton – Romance And Revolution

Jemeel Moondoc - Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys

Vinny Golia Quintet - Dante No Longer Repents

Rob Brown - Visage (1998)

Guido Manusardi - Colored Passages

The Fringe - Live In Israel

Last Of The Hipmen { David Murray, Hugh Ragin, Dave Burrell } (1989, Jazzline)

John Tchicai with Rent Romus - Adapt...or Die

Dreamtime - Zen Fish (1998)

Eric Watson, Steve Lacy, John Lindberg - The Amiens Concert (1987)

James Newton Trio & Quartet - Binu (1977)

Gebhard Ullmann - Basement Research (1993)

Gebhard Ullmann - Kreuzberg Park East (1997)

Giorgio Gaslini - Multipli (1987)

Geri Allen - Eyes...In The Back Of Your Head (1997)

The Joe Fonda-Michael Jefrey Stevens Quintet - Parallel Lines (1996)

Joel Futterman-Kidd Jordan - Revelation

Joel Futterman-Kidd Jordan Trio - Southern Extreme

Chet Baker - Burnin' At Backstreet (1980)

Michael Moore - Tunes for Horn Guys (1995)

Bunky Green - Another Place (2004)

Don Byron - Ivey-Divey (2004)

James Blood Ulmer - Are You Glad To Be In America

Myra Melford - Above Blue (1999)

Rudresh Mahanthappa - Mother Tongue (2004)

Rathban Andrew - Sculptures (2001)

Nicolas Simion Trio - Back To The Roots (1997)

Bennie Wallace - Mystic Bridge (1982)

Arigret - Se una Notte d'Inverno un Viaggiatore

Gunther Klatt & Aki Takase - Play Ballads of Duke Ellington

Pino Minafra Sud Ensemble - Sudori

Ray Drummond - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 (1997)

Glenn Horiuchi - Calling is it and Now (1993)

Fred Anderson - The Milwaukee Tapes Vol. I (1980)

Fred Anderson & DVK Trio (1996)

Fred Anderson - The Missing Link

Woody Shaw - Bemsha Swing

Brooks III Cecil - The Collective (1989)

Misha Mengelberg - Two Days In Chicago (1998)

The New Wave in Jazz (1965)

Mal Waldron - One Entrance, Many Exits (1982)

Dennis Gonzalez New Dallasangeles - The Desert Wind

Norris Walter - Sunburst (1991)

Jon Ballantyne Trio feat. Joe Henderson - Skydance (1988)

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble - Three Gentleman From Chicago (1981)

Corea Chick - Live In Montreux (1981)

Brecker Randy - In The Idiom (1986)

Michael Moore Trio - Chicoutimi (1993)

ICP Orchestra - Performs Nichols & Monk (80's)

Sphere - Flight Path (1983)

Sphere - Four In One (1982)

Ralph Peterson - Presents The Fo'tet (1989)

Geri Allen - Live At The Village Vanguard (1990)

John Law Quartet - Exploded On Impact (1992)

Khan Jamal - Dark Warrior (1984)

Dewey Redman & Ed Blackwell - Red & Black in Willisau (1980)

Joe Farrell - Someday (1982)

David Fathead Newman- Heads Up (1986)

David Fathead Newman - Resurgence (1980)

Buell Neidlinger with Marty Krystall & Hugh Schick - Blue Chopsticks

The Marty Krystall Spatial Quatet - Seeing Unknown Colors

Ed Schuller - The Force (1996)

Peter Herborn - Large One (1997)

Franco Ambrosetti - Tentets (1985)

Randy Weston Sextet - Monterey' 66

Sonny Criss - Saturday Morning (1975)

Gordon Frank - Clarion Echoes (1985)

Chico Freeman with Jazz On Line - In The Moment (1992)

Steve Lacy & Rosewell Rudd Quaret - Schools Days

Roswell Rudd Trio - The Unheard Herbie Nichols Vol.1

Roswell Rudd Trio - The Unheard Herbie Nichols Vol.2

Roswell Rud, Steve Lacy - Regeneration





Saturday, September 17, 2016

Archie Shepp – Four For Trane (1964) {LP - Jasmine Records – JAS 31}

Tenor Saxophone – Archie Shepp
Trombone – Roswell Rudd
Flugelhorn – Alan Shorter
Alto Saxophone – John Tchicai
Bass – Reggie Workman
Drums – Charles Moffett

Side A:
A1. Syeeda's Song Flute  8:26
A2. Mr. Syms  7:38

Side B:
B1. Cousin Mary  7:11
B2. Naima  7:06
B3. Rufus (Swung, His Face At Last To The Wind, Then His Neck Snapped) 6:23

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on August 10, 1964.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Gene Ammons – The Boss Is Back! {LP - Prestige – PRST 10023}

Bass – Buster Williams
Bass [Fender] – Bob Bushnell (tracks: A3)
Congas – Candido
Drums – Bernard Purdie (tracks: A3), Frankie Jones
Organ – Sonny Phillips (tracks: A3)
Piano – Junior Mance
Saxophone [Tenor] – Gene Ammons

Side A:
A1. The Jungle Boss 5:35
A2. I Wonder 7:55
A3. Feeling Good 5:40

Side B:
B1. Tastin' The Jug 7:20
B2. Here's That Rainy Day 6:00
B3. Madame Queen 6:45.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Claire Daly - Movin' On (2001)

Claire Daly Sax (Baritone), Vocals
Peter Grant Drums
Dave Hofstra Bass
Eli Yamin         Piano
James Zollar Trumpet

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Friday, September 9, 2016

Sam Most – Mostly Flute (1976) {LP - Xanadu Records – XANADU 133}

Sam Most: flute, clarinet;
Tal Farlow: guitar;
Duke Jordan: piano;
Sam Jones: bass;
Billy Higgins: drums.

Side A:
A1. Rio Romance
A2. Street Of Dreams
A3. Bus Ride.

Side B:
B1. Body And Soul
B2. The More I See You.
B3. Solitude
B4. Poor Butterfly

Recorded: May 27, 1976.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Teddy Edwards - Midnight Creeper (1997)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxphone);
Virgil Jones (trumpet);
Richard Wyands (piano);
Buster Williams (bass);
Chip White (drums).

01. Midnight Creeper (Edwards) — 7:32
02. Walking in the Rain (Edwards) — 5:43
03. Sensitive (Edwards) — 6:09
04. Lady Be Good (Gershwin-Gershwin) — 10:37
05. Don't Blame Me (McHugh-Fields) — 6:52
06. Sunday (Conn-Krueger-Miller-Styne) — 5:37
07. Tenderly (Gross-Lawrence) — 9:47
08. Almost Like Being in Love (Lerner-Loewe) — 5:29

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on March 7, 1997.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Makaya Ntshoko – Makaya & The Tsotsis (1974)

Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Heinz Sauer
Bass – Isla Eckinger
Drums – Makaya Ntshoko
Piano – Bob Degen

1. Ode To Tilman  4:46
2. Tetralogue  14:08
3. Bridges  5:17
4. Neged 5:23
5. Suspension 7:43
6. Santdec  8:12
7. Heboisma 5:01
8. Makaya's Song 10:38

Recorded at Sinus Studio, Berne, Switzerland on August 6 1974.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Ornette Coleman ‎– An Evening With Ornette Coleman «2» (1965) {LP - Black Lion}

Alto Saxophone, Violin, Trumpet, Written-By – Ornette Coleman
Bass – David Izenzon
Drums – Charles Moffett

Side A:
A1. Falling Stars  8:54
A2. Silence 9:13

Side B:
B1. Happy Fool 7:11
B2. Doughnuts 6:10.

Recorded Live At Fairfield Hall, Croydon London, 29th August 1965.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Yusef Lateef – The Complete Yusef Lateef (1968) {LP - Atlantic}

Bass – Cecil McBee
Drums – Roy Brooks
Flute, Flute [Finger], Oboe, Saxophone [Tenor], Saxophone [Alto], Vocals – Yusef Lateef
Piano – Hugh Lawson
Tambourine – Sylvia Shemwell

Side A:
A1. Rosalie
A2. In The Evening
A3. Kongsberg

Sise B:
B1. Stay With Me
B2. See Line Woman
B3. Brother
B4. You`re Somewhere Thinking Of Me.

Monday, August 29, 2016

William Parker - In Order To Survive (1993)

1. Testimony of No Future
2. Anast in Crisis  Mouth Full of Fresh Flowers
3. Testimony of The Stir Pot
4. The Square Sun

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