Wednesday, July 30, 2008

AstroNation Torrent Blog .77

Miles Davis Septet

October 24, 1973
Malmö, Sweden
2nd concert

Swedish Radio broadcast

Contrast clause:
Speed corrected(*) version of orig. jkeisers upload:

Also carried out these few edits:
- manually removed (pencil mode) a few clicks in the right channel
- SBE glitches/gaps at beginning of each track removed
- overall volume level adjusted
- minor re-tracking
- Track 04 split into 04a Right Off and 04b Funk
- 51 secs overlap & silence at beginning of Calypso Frelimo removed

orig.jkeisers flac > wav > Soundforge 5: speed correction, add.edits
> flac FFE lvl7 w/SBA (318 MB)

Miles Davis (tp, kb)
Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl)
Pete Cosey (g, pc)
Reggie Lucas (g)
Michael Henderson (b)
Al Foster (d)
James "Mtume" Foreman (pc)

1. Turnaroundphrase [Moja/Nne] (nc) (7:06)
2. Tune in 5 (8:02)
3. Ife (nc) (9:56) °°° cuts in
4a. Right Off (3:12)
4b. Funk [Prelude part 1, Tatu, Unknown C] (5:12)
5. Zimbabwe [My Brother] (9:07)
6. Calypso Frelimo (13:40) °°° cut at 5:25

Total time (after speed corr.) 56.15 min

(*) speed correction details:
Track 01: +80cts
Track 02: +70 ... +60cts (linear pitch bend)
Track 03: +50cts
Track 04: +60cts
Track 05: +50cts
Track 06: +40cts

samples in comment section

Thanks to jkeisers for the orig.upload

Enjoy !!

-- flambay


from info.txt with orig. jkeisers upload:

1. Turnaroundphrase [Moja/Nne] (nc) (07:28)
2. Tune in 5 (08:21)
3. Ife (nc) (10:14)
4. Right Off --> Funk [Prelude part 1, Tatu, Unknown C] (08:43) *
5. Zimbabwe [My Brother] (09:22)
6. Calypso Frelimo (14:54)

On October 24, Miles started his second European tour of 1973,
this time produced by George Wein as "Newport Jazz festival in
Europe". The band opened with two shows in Malmö, Sweden.

There exists an audience recording of this concert, and there
are two different broadcast recordings of this show. Both radio
broadcasts were incomplete. This is Broadcast #1:
More than two minutes of "Turnaroundphrase", and approximately
11 minutes of "Ife" are missing.

*) Miles discographer Jan Lohmann uses "Unknown C" for this tune,
and "Untitled Original C" for later incarnations of it. I think
that his "Unknown C" and "Untitled Original C" are both variations
of the same tune. I prefer Enrico Merlin's use of "Tatu" here,
but most people will be more familiar with Mr. Losin's naming
convention ("Funk [Prelude part 1]"), because his discography
can be found on-line. Strangely enough, Mr. Losin omits this tune,
and only mentions "Right Off (8:49)".


Roland Kirk Quartet (#1,4-6)
Kirk - McGhee - Johnson - Stitt - Jazz Band Ball (#2,3)

Roland Kirk - flute, manzello, stritch, tenor sax, vocals

Berlin (Germany), Philharmonie, Jazztage - September 26, 1964

Tete Montoliu - piano
Jimmy Woode - bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

1. So Long Note, Baby (6:40)

Berlin-Schöneberg (Germany), Prälaten, Jazztage 1964 - September 27, 1964

Sonny Stitt - alto sax
Jay Jay Johnson - trombone (#2 only);
Walter Bishop Jr. or Tete Montoliu - piano
Tommy Potter or Peter Trunk - bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

2. Au Privave (Charlie Parker) 15:02
3. Steeplechase (Charlie Parker) 7:41 [cut]

Milano (Italy), Teatro dell'Arte al Parco - October 10, 1964

Roland Kirk - flute, manzello, stritch, tenor sax, vocals
Walter Bishop - piano
Tommy Potter - bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

4. All By Myself (Irving Berlin) 5:40
5. I Remember Clifford (Benny Golson) 6:24

Paris (France) - October 22, 1964

Roland Kirk - flute, manzello, stritch, tenor sax, vocals
Walter Bishop - piano
Tommy Potter - bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

6. Domino (Ferrari-Plante-Raye) 4:11

TT: 45:24

Sound: B & B+
Lineage: radio (#1,2,3,6) / tv (#4,5) > ? > CDR in trade > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Prepared & shared by ubu

- fixed marks, added fade-ins and fade-outs
- deleted small gaps around original marks
- deleted partial radio talk segments
- #4: left channel 6 DB boost


Sonny Stitt "Loose Walk" (Philology (It) W 43-2) contains a 1964-09-24 version of "Au Privave" with Stitt, Kirk, Tete, Potter or Woode and Clarke.

All thanks for the great Ubu for creating and sharing this great torrent from this monster musician! Sound is very good, considering the year it was made... Reseed "As It Is". Artist name, info, checksum, file name and structure, all kept intact. Keyword: Rahssan Roland Kirk... Enjoy...


Supersilent feat. Terje Rypdal - Moers Festival 2008, Moers, Germany 2008-05-12


Source: from FM broadcast
Lineage: FM > HD > Wavelab > FLAC (level 8)

Arve Henriksen (tp, voc, dr)
Helge Sten (audio virus)
Stale Stolokken (keyb, synth)
Jarle Vespestad (dr)
Terje Rypdal (g).

01.__Moers 1 (Supersilent feat. Terje Rypdal)___40:17
02.__Moers 2 (Supersilent feat. Terje Rypdal)___11:03

Note: Includes cover (by dewawa)
Coverphoto by Sabine Th.
Fotos by Oliver Heisch


Ethiopiques featuring Mahmoud Ahmed, Mulatu Astatke, Alemayehu Eshete,
Getachew Mekurya and the Either/Orchestra

Recorded at the Barbican Centre,
UK Friday
27 June 2008

Broadcast BBC Radio 3, 12 July 2008

1. Introdcution

2 – 8:

Either/Orchestra featuring Mulatu Astatke:
Yegelle Tizeta
Mulatu Astatke (vibes/keyboard/congas); Charlie Kohlhase (baritone sax solo)

Derashe, Assossa and Dewel
Mulatu Astatke (vibes solo)

Alemayehu Eshete: Addis Ababa Bete
Tom Halter (trumpet solo)

Getachew Mekurya with the Either/Orchestra:
I Faram Gami

Mahmoud Ahmed: Atawurulegn Lela
Russ Gershon (tenor sax solo); Joel Yennior (trombone solo)

Either/Orchestra featuring Mahmoud Ahmed, Alemayehu Eshete,
Getachew Mekurya and Mulatu Astatke:
Addis Ababa Bete

9. Interviews

The Either/Orchestra are Russ Gershon (tenor sax/soprano sax/leader), Tom Halter, Dan Rosenthal (trumpets), Joel Yennior (trombone), Godwin Louis (alto sax/flute), Charlie Kohlhase (baritone sax), Rafael Alcala (piano/organ), Rick McLaughlin (bass), Pablo Bencid (drums) and Vicente Lebron (congas/percussion)

FM: Marantz ST 6000 tuner > Soundforge > Flac

The BBC didn't publish the setlist until 48 hours after the broadcast, by which time I had divided it into tracks. I got seven tracks of music, the BBC makes it six. So one of us is out somewhere. If someone can identify who's right...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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