Wednesday, May 31, 2017

EBERSON & BALKE'S JAZZ-PUNK ENSEMBLE Vossa Jazz Festival Fleischer's Hotell, Voss, Norway 11 March 1983 (video)



Source: FLV file from Norwegian TV archives
First broadcast by NRK on 6 April 1983

1. Frode Alnæs sings the blues
2. Kule-Johnny

Total time 39:49

Erik Balke - alto saxophone
Tore Brunborg - tenor saxophone
Torbjørn Sunde - trombone, vocals
Jens Wendelboe - trombone
Nils Petter Molvær - trumpet
Frode Alnæs - guitar, vocals
Jon Eberson - guitar
Jon Balke - electric piano
Atle Bakken - organ
Geir Holmsen - electric bass
Bjørn Kjellemyr - acoustic bass
Pål Thowsen - drums
Bjørn Jensen - drums
Jon Christensen - drums

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Sunday, May 28, 2017

MICHEL PORTAL & QUATUOR EBENE 2017 05 11, Paris, FR, Radio France studio 104, France Musique "Le Concert du Soir" broadcast, FM >flac



FM > Zoom H1 > USB computer > Magis Studio > TLH Flac 8

01---Speech Intro 
02-Asleep (Astor Piazzolla)
03-Loving you (Astor Piazzolla)
04-Anxiety (Astor Piazzolla)
05---Speech
06-L'abandonite (Michel Portal)
07-Solitudes (Michel Portal)
08-City Birds (Pierre Colombet)
09-Judy Garland (Michel Portal)
10-Elucubration (Xavier Tribolet)
11-Le Corbillon (Raphaël Merlin)
12-It was nice living here (Adrien Boisseau)
13-Plus l'Temps (Gabriel le Magadure)
14-Max mon Amour (Michel Portal)
15---Speech
16-Eternal Story (Michel Portal)
17---Speech
18-Insouciance en Fa (Michel Portal)
19-Improvisation
20---Interview

Michel Portal / clarinette, saxophone, bandonéon

Quatuor Ébène :
Pierre Colombet / violon
Gabriel Le Magadure / violon
Adrien Boisseau / alto
Raphaël Merlin / violoncelle & MC

Richard Héry / batterie & percussions
Xavier Tribolet / claviers

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Woody Shaw Parnell's, Seattle, Washington USA 1979-11-21



FM Broadcast  A

Woody Shaw-trumpet
Onaje Allan Gumbs-piano
Carter Jefferson-tenor sax
Clint Houston-bass
Victor Lewis-drums

1. DJ Intro - 1:06
2. Rosewood - 14:37
3. Why - 23:57
4. Body and Soul - 14:00
5. Stepping Stones - 13:39
6. In Your Own Sweet Way - 11:00

archived 2005-09-28

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Black Art Jazz Collective Duc des Lombards, late set, Paris May 16 2017



Wayne Escoffery, tenor saxophone
Jeremy Pelt, trumpet
James Burton, trombone
Xavier Denis, piano
Vicente Archer, bass
Jonathan Blake, drums



01 Double consciousness
02 Banter
03 Pastel Garden
04 When will we learn ?
05 Banter
06 No small change
07 A waiting change
08 Banter
09 Clew


67 minutes

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Dejan Terzic "Axiom"/Tomasz Stanko New York Quartet "Greeting from New York" 06. Mai 2017 Hamburg, Rolf-Liebermann-Studio mp2>flac


Set 1:
Dejan Terzic "Axiom"
Chris Speed Saxofon, Klarinette
Bojan Z Piano, Fender Rhodes
Phil Donkin Bass
Dejan Terzic Drums

Set 2:
Tomasz Stanko New York Quartet
Tomasz Stanko Trompete
Alexi Tuomarila Piano
Reuben Rogers Bass
Gerald Cleaver Drums

source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/320 kbps) [radio station - ndr info]


01. unknown title 09:29
02. bright moon 08:56
03. december avenue 11:27
04. ballad for bruno schulz 08:56
05. burning hot 05:54
06. young girl in flower 07:39

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Jazzlive: Tom Harrell Quartet en direct du Duc des Lombards 5-3-2017 mp2>FLAC



Tom Harrell en direct du Duc des Lomabrds
Formé dans les orchestres Stan Kenton et Woody Herman au début des années 70, le trompettiste Tom Harrell est entré en studio avec Bill Evans, Horace Silver, Dizzy Gillespie et était l'un des membres clé du quintet de Phil Woods dans les années 80.
Ce soir, il monte sur la scène du Duc des Lombards pour nous présenter le répertoire de son nouvel album "Trip", en quartet avec Danny Grisset au piano, Ugonna Okegwo à la basse et Adam Cruz à la batterie.


Tom Harrell (Trompette)
Danny Grissett (Piano)
Ugonna Okegwo (Basse)
Adam Cruz (Batterie)



Découvert par Phil Woods, ce trompettiste américain a joué avec Bill Evans ou Dizzy Gillespie avant de diriger depuis 1989 son propre quintet.

Discovered by Phil Woods, this american trumpet player played with Bill Evans or Dizzy Gillespie before he started to lead his own quartet since 1989.

http://www.ducdeslombards.com/scripts/concert.php?id_prog=7148

Monday, May 15, 2017

Carla Bley à la Maison de la Radio en 1982 (1/2) 6 mai 2017





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Carla Bley (piano, orgue, direction)
Michael Mantler (trompette)
Gary Valente (trombone)
Earl McIntyre (tuba, trombone basse)
Vincent Chancey (cor)
Steve Slagle (saxophone soprano et alto, flûte)
Tony Dagradi (saxophone ténor, flûte)
Arturo O'Farrill (piano)
Steve Swallow (basse)
D. Sharpe (batterie)
Blunt Object (Carla Bley)
Egyptian (Carla Bley)
Major (Carla Bley)
Still In The Room (Carla Bley)
Time And Us (Carla Bley)
The Piano Lesson (Carla Bley)
The Lord Is Listenin' To Ya, Hallelujah! (Carla Bley)
L'équipe de l'émission :
Jérôme BadiniProduction
Bruno Riou-MaillardRéalisation
Emmanuelle LacazeCollaboration
Mots clés :
Jazz
Carla Bley
https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/les-legendes-du-jazz/carla-bley-la-maison-de-la-radio-en-1982-1-2-33807