lunedì 31 dicembre 2012

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band - Live in New York 1972

Live at Anderson Theater, New York 
January 15th, 1972

01 Hair Pie (Bake III)
02 Alice In Blunderland
03 Old Black Snake
04 Steal Softly Thru Snow
05 Click Clack
06 Grow Fins
07 I'm Gonna Booglarize You, Baby
08 When It Blows Its Stacks
09 Abba Zaba 
10 Peon 
11 Woe-Is-Uh-Me-Bop
12 Band Introduction
13 Spitball Scalped A Baby
14 More (cut)

Captain Beefheart (Don Van Vliet); vocals, sax, harmonica
Rockette Morton (Mark Boston); bass, guitar 
Audi Hon (Roy Estrada); bass
Zoot Horn Rollo (Bill Harkleroad); guitar, slide guitar 
Winged Eel Fingerling (Elliot Ingber); guitar, slide guitar 
Ed Marimba (Art Tripp); drums, percussion, marimba 

domenica 30 dicembre 2012

Muddy Waters - Live in New Orleans 1976

Live at The Warehouse, New Orleans
April 10th, 1976 

01 Instrumental
02 Off The Wall 
03 Chicken Shack - Muddy intro 
04 Hoochie Coochie Man 
05 Baby, Please Don't Go 
06 Mad Love (I Want You To Love Me)
07 Walkin' Thru The Park 
08 Howlin' Wolf 
09 Kansas City 
10 Caldonia 
11 Long Distance Call 
12 Everything's Gonna Be Allright 
13 Got My Mojo Working 
14 Hold It - Blues Jam

Muddy Waters (guitar, vocals)
Pinetop Perkins (piano)
Jerry Portnoy (harmonica)
Luther 'Guitar Jr.' Johnson (guitar, vocals)
Bob Margolin (guitar)
Calvin Jones (bass)
Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith (drums)

White House Jazz Festival - Live in Washington D.C. 1978

photo of the concert:
Jimmy Carter, Dizzy Gillespie and Max Roach

White House Jazz Festival
Live in Washington D.C.
June 18th, 1978


Disc 1
01 radio intro
02 unknown title (New Tuxedo Brass Band)
03 comments about D.Ellington
04 Medal of Freedom ceremony
05 happy birthday to D.Ellington
06 Baby Face (New Tuxedo Brass Band)-President Jimmy Carter's speech
07 Boogie Woogie Beguine (E.Blake)
08 Memories Of You (E.Blake)
09 St. Louis Blues (W.C.Handy)
10 Billy Taylor' intro
11 History Of Jazz (M.L.Williams)
12 Gerry Mulligan's intro
13 In A Mellow Tone (D.Ellington)
14 Oh, Lady Be Good (George Gershwin)
15 Roy Eldridge and Sam Rivers' intros
16 Sonnymoon For Two (S.Rollins)

Disc 2
01 George Wein and radio speaker's intros
02 unknown title
03 Caravan (Juan Tizol)
04 Herbie Hancock and John Lewis's intros
05 Earth Soles-Nether (0.Coleman)
06 untitled impro (C.Taylor)
07 George Wein's intro
08 How High The Moon (Nancy Hamilton)
09 Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael)
10 President Jimmy Carter's comments
11 Lush Life (Billy Strayhorn)
12 In The Good Old Summertime (George Evans)
13 Flying Home (Benny Goodman-Eddie DeLange-L.Hampton)
14 untitled impro (D.Gillespie-M.Roach)
15 D.Gillespie's announcement-Salt Peanuts (D.Gillespie)

Personnel: George Wein (producer)

Disc 1
tracks 7-8: Eubie Blake (piano)
track 9: Katherine Handy Lewis (vocals), Dick Hyman (piano), Doc Cheatham (trumpet)
track 11: Mary Lou Williams (piano)
tracks 13-14: Teddy Wilson (piano), Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Clarke Terry (trumpet), Illinois Jacquet (tenor sax), Benny Carter (alto sax), Milt Hinton (bass), Philly Jo Jones (drums)
track 16: Sonny Rollins (tenor sax), McCoy Tyner (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Max Roach (drums)

Disc 2
tracks 2-3: Herbie Hancock (piano), George Benson (electric guitar), Dexter Gordon (tenor sax), Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums)
track 5: Ornette Coleman (tenor sax), Denardo Coleman (drums)
track 6: Cecil Taylor (piano)
tracks 8-11: Chick Corea (piano), Stan Getz (tenor sax), Zoot Sims (tenor sax), George Benson (electric guitar), Lionel Hampton (vibes), Ray Brown (bass), Louis Bellson (drums)
track 12: Pearl Bailey (vocal), Chick Corea (piano), Stan Getz (tenor sax), Zoot Sims (tenor sax), George Benson (electric guitar), Lionel Hampton (vibes), Ray Brown (bass), Louis Bellson (drums)
track 13: Pearl Bailey (vocal), Billy Taylor (piano), Lionel Hampton (vibes), Milt Hinton (bass), Louis Bellson (drums)
track 14: Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Max Roach (hit-hat cymbal)
track 15: Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Max Roach (hit-hat cymbal), Jimmy Carter (vocals)

Historical Note: Jimmy Carter's administration was responsible for creating the first large-scale jazz production on the White House's South Lawn. This event, which marked the 25th Anniversary of the Newport Jazz festival, included 800 guests and over 50 jazz musicians. Although jazz had been an important American art form for more than half a century, President Carter's public identification of jazz was deeply significant.

'Years later, toward the end of his presidency, Jimmy Carter held a jazz festival on a lawn of the White House. It wasn't one of those star performances at a state dinner, or the kind of honors ceremony at which Richard Nixon had the chutzpah to play a two-piano duet with the ever-gracious Duke Ellington.
Carter was a jazz fan. In his introduction, he told of how he had, before becoming an eminence, frequented jazz clubs, and he said something no other president had said before: jazz did not have the stature it deserved in its native land because of the racism here.
George Wein had orchestrated an intriguing sequence of performers-from Eubie Blake to Max Roach and Dizzy Gillespie. At the end, Dizzy cajoled the president to sing the Salt Peanuts refrain as he and Max accompanied the chief executive on that bop anthem.
A number of cabinet members were in the front seats throughout the concert. One of them, listening impassively, was Attorney General Griffin Bell, in private life a powerful Atlanta attorney, who for years since has been a partner in one of the most successful law firms in the country, and a sometime presidential adviser.
When Cecil started his set, Bell leaned forward and became immobile, fixing his attention on the kinetic pianist. When Cecil hit the last thunderous notes, he made one of his high-speed exits, rushing into the shrubbery. The Attorney General leapt off his seat and chased Cecil until he cornered him.
Later, I asked Cecil, 'What the hell did he want?'
'He wanted,' Cecil said matter-of-factly, 'to know where he could get some of my records.'
Throughout his life in jazz, Cecil continues to spellbind or infuriate listeners. As I recalled in Jazz Is, "After a Cecil Taylor concert in California at which 3,000 people gave him standing ovations several times during the course of the performance, the distinguished [late] Los Angeles critic Leonard Feather declared that 'anyone working with a jackhammer could have achieved the same results.'
--Nat Hentoff

Technical Note: This was one of NPR's first national live broadcasts, and the reel part recorded on and old Sony reel deck. This post should be the complete version of White House Jazz Festival 1978.

sabato 29 dicembre 2012

Craig Taborn Trio - Live at Bergamo Jazz 2012

photo of the concert

Live at Auditorium di Piazza della Libertà, Bergamo
March 25th, 2012

Broadcasted and recorded on RAI Radio 3

01 untitled impro (C.Taborn)
02 C.Taborn's announcements
03 encore (C.Taborn)

Craig Taborn (piano)
Thomas Morgan (bass)
Gerald Cleaver (drums)

venerdì 28 dicembre 2012

Peter Frampton - Live in indianapolis 2012

photo of the concert

Live at The Murat Theatre, Indianapolis
March 1st, 2012

01 Something's Happening
02 Doobie Wah
03 Lines on My Face
04 Show Me The Way
05 It's a Plain Shame
06 Wind of Change *
07 Penny For Your Thoughts *
08 All I Wanna Be (Is by Your Side) *
09 Baby I Love Your Way
10 I Wanna Go to the Sun
11 (I'll Give You) Money
12 Shine On 
13 Jumpin' Jack Flash - band intros
14 Do You Feel Like We Do
15 Asleep at the Wheel
16 Restraint
17 Float
18 Boot it Up
19 Double Nickels
20 All I Wanna Be (Is by Your Side)
21 Black Hole Sun
22 Four Day Creep
23 Off the Hook
24 While My Guitar Gently Weeps
* acoustic

Peter Frampton (vocals, guitar)
Adam Lester (guitar)
Dan Wojciechowski (drums)
Rob Arthur (keyboards)
Stanley Sheldon (bass)

Roy Buchanan - Live in Tokyo 1986

Live at Yomiuri Hall, Tokyo 
September 25th, 1986

Radio Broadcast

01 Short Fuse
02 Green Onions
03 When A Guitar Plays The Blues
04 Beer Drinking Woman
05 Goin' Down 
06 Honky Tonk
07 Country Boy 
08 Sunshine Of Your Love
Roy Buchanan (guitar, vocals) 
Jeffrey Ganz (bass) 
Raymond Marchia (drums) 

giovedì 20 dicembre 2012

Art Ensemble of Chicago - 'Tribute to Malachi Favors and Lester Bowie' Live in Vicenza 2004

Live at Teatro Astra, Vicenza
May 18th, 2004

01 unknown title
02 unknown title
03 percussion solo
04 unknown title-Odwalla
05 unknown title

Roscoe Mitchell (saxs, flute, percussion)
Joseph Jarman (saxs, flute, percussion)
Corey Wilkel (trumpet and percussion)
Jaribu Shahid (acoustic bass)
Famoudou Don Moye (drums and percussion)
Baba Sissoko (n'goni, tama, percussion)

Note: This show was programmed by AEOC to introduce 'Reunion': the last work recorded in January 2003, to celebrate the return of Joseph Jarman in the group after a ten-years absence period. The complete Italian tour consisted in these concerts:
2004-05-14 - Auditorium-Parco della Musica, Roma
2004-05-15 - Blue Note, Milano
2004-05-16 - Blue Note, Milano
2004-05-18 - Teatro Astra, Vicenza

If anyone has some of these shows and wants to contribute...

mercoledì 19 dicembre 2012

Jefferson Airplane - Live in Copenhagen 1968

Photo of the concert

Live at Falkoner Centret, at Tivoli Gardens,  Copenhagen
August 28th, 1968

01 intro - It's No Secret
02 Watch Her Ride
03 White Rabbit
04 Plastic Fantastic Lover
05 Fat Angel
06 Star Track
07 Triad
08 The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil
09 The House At Pooneil Corners
10 Today
11 Greasy Heart
12 Won't You Try - Saturday Afternoon
13 Somebody To Love

Paul Kantner (vocals, guitar)
Grace Slick (vocals)
Marty Balin (vocals)
Jack Casady (bass)
Jorma Kaukonen (guitar, vocals)
Spencer Dryden (percussion, drums)

martedì 18 dicembre 2012

Taj Mahal - Live in San Francisco 1969

Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco
January 10th, 1969

01 Checkin' Up On My Baby
02 Easy Rider
03 Ain't That Alot Of Love
04 The Cuckoo
05 Everybody Got To Change Sometime
06 Leavin' Trunk

lunedì 17 dicembre 2012

Duke Ellington Orchestra - Live in Stuttgart 1963

Live at Liederhalle, Stuttgart
February 12th, 1963

01 Take The A Train (Billy Strayhorn)
02 Concerto For Cootie (D.Ellington)
03 Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Mercer Ellington)
04 Main Stem (D.Ellington)
05 Kinda Dukish-Rockin' In Rhythm (D.Ellington)
06 Tootie For Cootie (D.Ellington)
07 Pyramid (D.Ellington)
08 I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good (D.Ellington)
09 Jepp's Blues (D.Ellington)
10 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me (D.Ellington)

Cootie Williams, Cat Anderson, Roy Burrowes (trumpet)
Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper, Chuck Connors (trombone)
Ray Nance (trumpet, vocal)
Jimmy Hamilton (clarinet, tenor sax)
Russell Procope (alto sax, clarinet)
Johnny Hodges (alto sax)
Paul Gonsalves (tenor sax)
Harry Carney (baritone sax, bass clarinet, clarinet)
Duke Ellington (piano)
Ernie Shepard (bass)
Sam Woodyard (drums)
Milt Grayson (vocal on track 10)

La Festa di Radio3 - Materadio 2012

Matera is ready to host the the second edition of Materadio. Having told the story of our city and our people in 2011, this year, along with Radio3, we will look at Europe and its complex economic context as a step to our candidacy for ECOC 2019.

Inviting authoritative artists, intellectuals, policy makers and journalists from all over Europe, we hope to capture the significance of being at the centre of the Mediterranean and of Southern Europe. And at the same time we would like to reveal the creative languages sculpted in layers on the walls of the Sassi, the Casa Cava, the churches and the tufa-stone quarries scattered throughout the Murgia Park and in the 18th century buildings of Matera – and indeed in the history of the whole of Basilicata. The Materadio programme is extended to the whole region.

The headquarters are in Matera, but the activities extend to the 4 creative centres of the regional project Visioni Urbane, 4 cardinal points of Basilicata: Pisticci, Tito, San Paolo Albanese and Rionero. Each of them will host one of the 4 EU nations we have involved: Finland with Turku - ECOC 2011, Portugal with Guimaraes - ECOC 2012, France with Marseille Provence - ECOC 2013 and Bulgaria, with Sofia - candidate city 2019.

North, South, East and West of Europe will weave their experiences together, giving rise to a fruitful exchange with the local creative community according to the spirit of the EU. In the programme we have also included the radios of the relevant cities and nations in order to broaden the experience and stimulate reflections on our idea of future, culture and Europe.

--Salvatore Adduce, Mayor of Matera and President of Matera 2019 Committee
(from MateRadio 2012 Program Brochure)

Vol. 1: 2012-09-21 - Daniele Sepe & Rote Jazz Fraktion
Vol. 2: 2012-09-22 - Sandro Satta & Antonello Salis Duo
Vol. 3: 2012-09-22 - Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio
Vol. 4: 2012-09-23 - Giovanni Sollima 'BaRock Cello'

domenica 16 dicembre 2012

Neil Young - Live in Boston 1971

Live at the Boston Music Hall, Boston
January 21st, 1971 (Early Show)

01 On The Way Home
02 Tell Me Why
03 Old Man
04 Journey Through The Past
05 Cowgirl In The Sand
06 Love In Mind
07 A Man Needs A Maid
08 Heart Of Gold
09 Don't Let It Bring You Down
10 Sugar Mountain
11 There's A World
12 The Needle And The Damage Done
13 Ohio
14 See The Sky About To Rain
15 Down By The River
16 Dance Dance Dance

Nei Young Solo: vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards

sabato 15 dicembre 2012

Pharoah Sanders Quartet - Live at Udin&jazz 2008

photo of the concert
Live at Udin&jazz 2008
Teatro San Giorgio, Udine
June 25th, 2008

01 Doktor Pitt (P.Sanders)
02 My Favorite Things (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II)
03 Naima (John Coltrane)-The Creator Has A Master Plan (P.Sanders)
04 Save Our Children (P.Sanders)

Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax, vocal)
William Henderson (piano)
Nat Reeves (bass)
Joeseph Farnsworth (drums)

thanks to Andy for the title of track #4.

mercoledì 12 dicembre 2012

Van Morrison - Live in Milano 1992

Live at Rolling Stone, Milano
March 24th, 1992 (the 2nd of three nights)

Disc One
01 Ordinary Life (fades in)
02 Some Peace Of Mind
03 If You Only Knew
04 Sweet Thing
05 My Lagan Love
06 Star of The County Down
07 Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
08 All Saints Day
09 Since I Fell For You
10 It Fills You Up
11 Youth Of A 1000 Summers
12 I'll Go Crazy
13 So Quiet In Here
14 That's Where It's At
15 Twistin' The Night Away
16 A Town Called Paradise

Disc Two
01 I'm Not Feeling It Anymore
02 Why Must I Always Explain
03 See Me Through
04 Soldier of Fortune
05 Did Ye Get Healed - It's All In The Game
06 Make It Real One More Time - band intros
07 Vanlose Stairway
08 Cleaning Windows
09 Be Bop A Lula
10 Coney Island
11 In The Garden
12 Send In The Clowns
13 Buonasera Signorina
14 Gloria

Van Morrison (vocals, sax)
Ronnie Johnson (guitar)
Nicky Scott (bass)
John Miller (piano)
Dave Early (drums)
Kate St. John (sax)

martedì 11 dicembre 2012

Van Der Graaf Generator - Live in Manchester 1976

Live at Free Trade Hall, Manchester
November 22nd, 1976

01 When She Comes
02 Masks
03 Arrow
04 Still Life
05 Lemmings
06 Childlike Faithe in Childhood's End
07 Meurglys III
08 Gog
09 The Sleepwalkers
10 Killer

Peter Hammill (vocals, guitar, piano)
Hugh Banton (keyboards, bass, guitar)
David Jackson (sax, flute)
Guy Evans (drums)

Giovanni Sollima 'BaRock Cello' - Live in Matera 2012

Live in Casa Cava, Matera
during 'Materaio Festival'
September 23rd, 2012

Broadcasted and recorded on RAI Radio 3

01 intro-interview
02 Concerto Rotondo (G.Sollima)
03 inteview
04 Hell I (G.Sollima)
05 Romanella (Giulio De Ruvo)
06 Ciaccona (Giulio De Ruvo)
07 Tarantella (Giulio De Ruvo)
08 Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
09 interview
10 Capriccio No.1 (Giuseppe Dall'Abaco)
11 About A Girl (Nirvana)
12 Capriccio Di Ciaccona (Francesco Corvetta)
13 interview
14 Variazioni Di Taranta (G.Sollima)
15 outro

Giovanni Sollima (cello)
Michele dall'Ongaro (radio speaker)

lunedì 10 dicembre 2012

Van Morrison - Live in Belfast 2012

Live at Europa Hotel, Belfast
October 20th, 2012

01 Bye Bye Blackbird
02 Only A Dream
03 Let's Get Lost
04 Who Can I Turn To
05 Open The Door To Your Heart
06 Mystic Of The East
07 Baby Please Don't Go
08 Moondance
09 Precious Time
10 How Can A Poor Boy
11 Keep Mediocrity At Bay
12 That's Life
13 Ballerina
14 Benediction

By an anonymous request

domenica 9 dicembre 2012

Van Morrison - Live at Glastonbury Festival 1989

Photos of the concert
Live at Glastonbury Festival
at Shepton Mallet, Pilton
June 17th, 1989

01 Did Ye Get Healed
02 Whenever God Shines His Light
03 I'd Love To Write Another Song
04 It's All In The Game
05 Cleaning Windows
06 Orangefield
07 Tore Down A La Rimbaud
08 I Will Be There
09 Full Force Gale
10 When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God
11 Help Me
12 Caravan
13 Moondance - Fever
14 Summertime In England
15 Bright Side Of The Road
16 I Can't Stop Loving You
17 Max Wall, Max Wall

Van Morrison (vocals, sax)
Georgie Fame (keyboards, vocals)
Ritchie Buckley (sax)
Dave Early (drums, percussion)
Steve Gregory (sax)
Bernie Holland (guitar)
Neil Drinkwater (piano)
Brian Odgers (bass)

Duke Ellington Big Band - Live in London 1973

Live at The Dorchester Hotel, London
BBC 2 TV Broadcast in May 1974
Probably filmed and recorded in the fall of 1973

01 Take The A Train (Billy Strayhorn)
02 Duke Ellington's announcement
03 Rockin' In Rhythm (D.Ellington)
04 Creole Love Call (D.Ellington)
05 Duke Ellington's announcement
06 Satin Doll (D.Ellington-Billy Strayhorn)
07 I Can't Get Started (Vernon Duke)
08 New York (D.Ellington)
09 Medley Of Hits (D.Ellington)
10 Togo Brava Suite (first movement) (D.Ellington)
11 Duke Ellington's announcement
12 Afro-Eurasian Eclipse (Chinoiserie) (D.Ellington)
13 Duke Ellington's announcement
14 Lotus Blossom (D.Ellington-Billy Strayhorn)

Probable Personnel:
Duke Ellington (piano) with
Harry Carney, Russell Procope, Harold Minerve, Percy Marion, Harold Ashby (reeds)
Money Johnson, Mercer Ellington, Johnny Coles, Barrie Lee Hall (trumpet)
Vince Prudente, Art Baron, Chuck Connors (trombone)
Joe Benjamin (bass)
Quentin 'Rocky' White (drums)
Anita Moore (vocal only on track 8)

Note: Personnel is based on the same personnel that played the Eastbourne Concert in England on 1973-12-01. It is probably a safe assumption that this was filmed around the same general time, certainly the same tour. At the end of 'Lotus Blossom' played solo by Duke, he announces Paul Gonsalves. Perhaps this was a dedication to Gonsalves who was apparently to ill to perform.

sabato 8 dicembre 2012

Jeff Beck with John McLaughlin - Live in New York 1975

Live at Avery Fisher Hall, New York
April 30th, 1975

01 Tuning - Constipated Duck
02 She's A Woman
03 Freeway Jam
04 Definitely Maybe
05 Superstition
06 Keyboard Solo
07 Cause We've Ended As Lovers
08 Power
09 You Know What I Mean
10 Got The Feeling (with John McLaughlin)

Jeff Beck (guitar)
Wilbur Bascomb (bass)
Bernard Purdie (drums)
Max Middleton (keyboards)
with special guest John McLaughlin (guitar)

Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio - Live in Matera 2012

photo of the concert
Live in Piazza San Giovanni, Matera
during 'Materaio Festival'
September 22nd, 2012

Broadcasted and recorded on RAI Radio 3

01 intro-interview
02 unknown title
03 unknown title
04 unknown title
05 unknown title
06 unknown title
07 Tal Tal
08 band's intro
09 unknown title
10 unknown title
11 Tarareando
12 unknown title
13 Si Dios Fueras Negro
14 unknown title
15 Ena Andi
16 Caravan Petrol
17 encorebreak
18 unknown title
19 radiobreak
20 Ya Baba
21 radio outro

Mario Tronco (electric piano, conduction, most introductions) [from Italy]
Leandro Piccioni (keyboards) [from Italy]
Pino Pecorelli (basses) [from Italy]
Ziad Trabelsi (oud, vocals) [from Tunisia]
Emanuele Bultrini (guitar, vocals) [from Italy]
Carlos Paz Duque (vocals, andean flutes) [from Ecuador]
Sanjay Khan (vocals, harmonium) [from India]
Omar Lopez Valle (trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals) [from Cuba]
Peppe D'Argenzio (baritone and soprano saxes, clarinets )[from Italy]
Fausto Bottoni (trombone) [from Italy]
Sanjay Kansa Banik (tablas, voice) [from India]
Raul 'el cuerbo' Scebba (marimba, percussion, vibraphone, vocals) [from Argentina]
Awalys Ernesto Lopez Maturell (drums, bongos, timbales, congas, vocals) [from Cuba]
John Maida (violin) [from USA]
Gaia Orsoni (viola) [from Italy]
Zsuzsanna Krasznai (cello) [from Hungary]

venerdì 7 dicembre 2012

Dave Brubeck Quartet 'An Evening with Dave Brubeck' - Live in Roma 2003

In memory of Dave Brubeck (1920-2012)

Live at Auditorium Parco della Musica, Roma
during 'Santa Cecilia It's Wonderful: Trittico di Stelle'
October 29th, 2003


Disc 1 (first set):
01 Dave Brubeck's announcement-On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh)
02 I Got Rhythm (George Gershwin)
03 Love Is Just Around The Corner (Lewis E. Gensler)
04 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
05 Dave Brubeck's announcement
06 London Flat, London Sharp (D.Brubeck)
07 Dave Brubeck's closing announcement

Disc 2 (second set):
01 It's A Raggy Waltz (D.Brubeck)
02 These Foolish Things (Jack Strachey)
03 Three To Get Ready (D.Brubeck)
04 Show Me The Way To Go Home (traditional)
05 Take Five (D.Brubeck)
06 Dave Brubeck's announcement
07 Take The A Train (Billy Strayhorn)
08 Unsquare Dance (D.Brubeck)

Dave Brubeck (piano)
Bobby Militello (alto sax, flute)
Randy Jones (drums)
Micheal Moore (bass)

mercoledì 5 dicembre 2012

Dizzy Gillespie All Stars - Live in Torino 1989

Live in Torino
July 12th, 1989

01 intro
02 Shaw Nuff (D.Gillespie)
03 Birks' Works (D.Gillespie)
04 Dizzy Gillespie's announcement
05 Goodbye Mr. Evans (P.Woods)
06 Tour De Force (D.Gillespie)
07 Dizzy Gillespie's announcement
08 My Foolish Heart (Victor Young)
09 Dizzy Gillespie's announcement
10 Con Alma (D.Gillespie)
11 Dizzy Gillespie's announcement
12 A Night In Tunisia (D.Gillespie-Frank Paparelli) (inc)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet)
Steve Turre (trombone)
Phil Woods (alto sax)
Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Rufus Reid (bass)
Mickey Roker (drums)

lunedì 3 dicembre 2012

Don Cherry Organic Music Theatre - Live in Pescara 1975

photo of the concert
Live at Parco Le Naiadi, Pescara
July 13th, 1975

01 Chenrezig (Part 1)
02 Chenrezig (Part 2)
03 unknown title

Don Cherry (trumpet, flutes, percussion, vocals)
Frank Lowe (tenor sax, flute, percussion)
Johnny Dyani (bass, piano, perccussion)
Bengt Berger (drums, percussion)
Moki Cherry (sitar)

thanks to marten 512 for the title of the first tune.

sabato 1 dicembre 2012

AREA - Live in Roma 2012

Live at RAI Radio 2, Roma
during the program 'Moby Dick'
Novembre 29th, 2012

Broadcasted and recorded on RAI Radio 2

01 intro-interview
02 Arbeit Macht Frei
03 interview
04 La Mela Di Odessa
05 interview
06 Luglio Agosto Settembre (Nero)
07 interview-outro

Patrizio Fariselli (piano, keyboards)
Paolo Tofani (guitars, vocals, tricantaveena)
Ares Tavolazzi (bass, vocals)
Walter Paoli (drums)

Stan Getz-Chet Baker Quintet - Live in Copenhagen 1983

Live at Montmartre, Copenhagen
February 15th, 1983


Disc 1
01 I'll Remember April (Gene De Paul)
02 Gone With The Wind (Allie Wrubel)
03 Just Friends (John Klenner)
[04 My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart)]

Disc 2
01 What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
02 Milestones (Miles Davis)
03 It's You Or No One (Cole Porter)
04 Easy Living (Ralph Rainger-Leo Robin)

Stan Getz (tenor sax)
Chet Baker (trumpet)
Gil Goldstein (piano)
George Mraz (bass)
Victor Lewis (drums)

Note: This show is the only unissued recordings of Scandinavian tour 1983 of Stan Getz-Chet Baker Quintet. The complete Scandinavian tour consisted in these concerts:
19830215 - Copenhagen, Montmartre Club [private audience recordings]
19830218 - Sodra Teatern, Stockholm [on: Verve 537 555-2]
19830219 - Baerum, Norway [on: Concord Records CCD-4807-2 & CCD-4808-2]

Track #4 of Disc #1 was omitted, because it was officially released on 'Seven Faces of Valentine' [Philology W 30-2] where musicians indicated are Stan Getz (tenor sax), Chet Baker (trumpet), Gil Goldstein (piano), George Mraz (bass), Victor Lewis (drums).

According to this sessionography of Stan Getz, he and Chet Baker played two shows in Copenhagen:
19830215 - Copenhagen, Montmartre Club [5 tracks, 55 min, private audience recordings]
19830216 - Copenhagen, Montmartre Club [3 tracks, 30 min, private audience recordings]

thanks to trane fro the complete tracklist and to jazzfromitaly for the correct tracklist and these notes:
"In according to the discography of Chet Baker, compiled by Thorbjørn Sjøgren, the 1983 Stan Getz-Chet Baker Quintet's tour begins at Laren, Holland, on february 10, continues to 13th at Amsterdam, play two days in Copenhagen, on 15 and 16 February, continues in Stockholm on 18th, and ends in Baerum, Norway on 19th of the same month.
The eight tracks listed here, are all of the february 15 session; on february 16 the quintet recorded another 15 tracks, with a fabulous 'round midnight, the last eight with Thomas Clausen replaces Goldstein on piano."