B. Clugston

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  1. BFT 139 discussion

    He's pretty well-known among jazz fans north of the border. I liked that track from your last BFT so much that I bought the album (Sun Song).
  2. BFT 139 discussion

    Track 12. Sonny Greenwich? Track 14. A cover of Steve Lacy's "Blinks." By Dave Douglas I'm guessing. I love that version of "Beatrice." Is that a ring modulator on Track 10?
  3. BFT 139 signup

    Awesome--looking forward to it. ?
  4. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Julius Hemphill, Blue Boyé (Mbari). 2 LPs of Hemphill on alto, soprano and flute, often overdubbed. There's another similarly constituted 2 LP set from that era on Sackville.
  5. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Excellent choice. Many treasures to be found on the Hungaraton label in the 1970s and 1980s, especially by composers of the Budapest New Music Studio (Jeney and Sary were both founding members). I've yet to find a dud on that label. Zsolt Durko is another favourite. Do you have any other recommendations? Hungaraton also did that amazing edition of Bartok's works.
  6. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Contemporary Hungarian Music, Zoltan Jeney and Laszlo Sary (Hungaraton). Early 1970s works from two Hungarian composers--very nice and adventurous.
  7. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Bobby Bradford, Love's Dream (Emanem) Miles Davis, Pangaea (CBS Sony)
  8. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    I love Corky Laing's drumming on "Never in my Life." There's some cool bass on that record too.
  9. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Eric Dolphy, Live at Gaslight Inn (Ingo) Lee Morgan, s/t (Blue Note)
  10. Marty Milner, RIP

    RIP. He played the guitarist in Chico Hamilton's band in Sweet Smell of Success. Unusual for Hollywood, he and his wife had been married since 1957.
  11. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    John Carter, Variations (Moers). Java: Gamelans from the Sultan's Palace in Jogjakarta (Archiv Produktion)
  12. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    ? Now listening to Frank Lowe, Tricks of the Trade (Marge), with Butch Morris.
  13. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Freddie Hubbard, The Body & The Soul (Impulse).
  14. Black Saint/Soul Note Box Sets

    I can see why he objected--it looks like it belongs on a hair metal record.
  15. Miles Davis, Live in Tokyo 1/22/75

    That's a great concert. I'm pretty sure Pete Cosey takes over the drum kit on the last track. He also played drums on the studio version of that song.
  16. Lee Morgan At The Both/And Club June 1970

    It's a nice set. I don't believe the location has ever been conclusively determined—Maupin says Both/And but the piano sounds the same as the Lighthouse.
  17. Star Trek - The Animated Series

    I remember seeing this in the '70s. George Takei and Nichelle Nichols weren't originally supposed to be part of the show, but Leonard Nimoy refused to do it unless they were involved, so they got added.
  18. Recordings Dedicated To Ornette's Music

    John Zorn's Spy vs. Spy with Tim Berne.
  19. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    The Budapest String Quartet, Debussy/Ravel (Columbia) ???
  20. Best work by Ornette Coleman sidemen

    They reportedly jammed together in 1963 with Fred Lyman and others. http://www.ayler.co.uk/html/unreleased.html
  21. FMP in Retrospect

    FMP is planning a 12 CD retrospective set plus book. Info here: http://www.fmp-label.de/special-subscription/FMPSubscriptionWEB-website1-index.html Contains a mix of issued and unissued material. CDs will also be available separately. I'm excited about CD1. Check out who did the liner notes for CD 12. The CDs: CD 01 (FMP CD 137): Baden-Baden ’75 / Globe Unity Orchestra & Guests 1975 Enrico Rava-trumpet; Manfred Schoof-trumpet; Kenny Wheeler-trumpet; Anthony Braxton-alto saxophone, clarinet; Peter Brötzmann-saxophones & clarinets; Rüdiger Carl-alto & tenor saxophone; Gerd Dudek-soprano & tenor saxophone, flute; Evan Parker-soprano & tenor saxophone; Michel Pilz-bass clarinet; Günter Christmann-trombone; Albert Mangelsdorff-trombone; Paul Rutherford-trombone; Alexander von Schlippenbach-piano; Peter Kowald-double bass, tuba; Buschi Niebergall-double bass; Paul Lovens-drums Unissued (Exception: Titel “Jahrmarkt” by Peter Kowald reissued from PoTorch LP) Liner Notes: G. Fritze Margull, Alexander von Schlippenbach/Rüdiger Carl, Martin Speicher CD 02 (FMP CD 138): In Berlin / Steve Lacy - Solo 1975 & Quintett 1977 Steve Lacy-soprano saxophone; & Steve Potts-alto saxophone; Irène Aebi-cello; Kent Carter-double bass; Oliver Johnson-drums Reissue: Solo (LP Stabs) & Quintet (2. Side Follies) Liner Notes: Bill Shoemaker CD 03 (FMP CD 139): Messer und… / Schweizer/Carl/Moholo 1975/77 Rüdiger Carl-alto & tenor saxophone, clarinet, piccolo flute; Irène Schweizer-piano; Louis Moholo-drums Reissue: LP Messer & 1. Side Tuned Boots Liner Notes: Ulrich Kurth CD 04 (FMP CD 140): at Quartier Latin / Schlippenbach Quartet 1975/77 Evan Parker-soprano & tenor saxophone; Alexander von Schlippenbach-piano; Peter Kowald-double bass; Paul Lovens-percussion instruments Reissue: LP The Hidden Peak & 2. Side Three Nails Left Liner Notes: Klaus Kürvers CD 05 (FMP CD 141): Wolke in Hosen / Brötzmann Solo 1976 Peter Brötzmann-clarinets, alto-, tenor-, bass-saxophone Reissue: first Brötzmann Solo LP Liner Notes: Thomas Millroth CD 06 (FMP CD 142): UND?...plus / Malfatti/Wittwer 1977 Radu Malfatti-trombone, etc.; Stephan Wittwer-guitar, etc. Reissue: LP UND? & Bonus Track Liner Notes: Felix Klopotek CD 07 (FMP CD 143): Piano Solo / Fred Van Hove 1981/86 Fred Van Hove-piano Reissue: LP Prosper 1981 & LP Die Letzte 1986 Liner Notes: Rob Leurentop CD 08 (FMP CD 144): Close Up / Die Like A Dog 1994 Peter Brötzmann-alto-, tenor- & bass saxophone, tarogato, a-clarinet, bass clarinet; Toshinori Kondo-trumpet, electronics; William Parker-double bass; Hamid Drake-drums, tablas Unissued Liner Notes: David Keenan CD 09 (FMP CD 145): Choral-Konzert / Manfred Schulze Bläser Quintett 1998 Paul Schwingenschlögl-trumpet; Manfred Hering-alto saxophone; Heiner Reinhardt-tenor saxophone; Gert Anklam-baritone saxophone; Johannes Bauer-trombone Unissued Liner Notes: Bert Noglik CD 10 (FMP CD 146): Live In Berlin / MANUELA plus 1999 Rüdiger Carl-clarinet, accordion, claviola; Jin Hi Kim-komungo; Hans Reichel-guitar, daxophone; Carlos Zingaro-violin Unissued Liner Notes: Felix Klopotek CD 11 (FMP CD 147): Was Da Ist (live) / Peter Kowald 2000 Peter Kowald-double bass; voice Unissued Liner Notes: Ulrich Kurth CD 12 (FMP CD 148): Stretto / Tristan Honsinger & Olaf Rupp 2010 Tristan Honsinger-cello; Olaf Rupp-guitar Unissued / new Liner Notes: Clifford Allen
  22. Steve Lacy

    I guess they've never heard of French. Aebiphobes should be reassured that her singing is brief, limited to 15 short texts. It's a good album.
  23. Gerard Schwarz - The New Trumpet

    I've got it, but haven't heard it in years. Recall really enjoying it, especially the duet with Oppens.
  24. Ornette Coleman, New Vocabulary

    It actually was released on vinyl as well.
  25. Ornette Coleman, New Vocabulary

    From NPR : In an email to NPR late Wednesday afternoon, Ziv wrote, "New Vocabulary is a collaborative, joint work by professional musicians Jordan McLean, Amir Ziv, and Ornette Coleman, made with the willing involvement of each artist. The album is the end result of multiple deliberate and dedicated recording sessions done with the willing participation and consent of Mr. Coleman and the other performers. Any suggestion to the contrary is unfounded and we deny any allegations of wrongdoing. For any further comment, we refer you to our attorney Justin S. Stern at Frigon Maher & Stern LLP." Another story, from the Fort Worth Star Telegram: http://www.star-telegram.com/entertainment/arts-culture/article21712986.html