king ubu

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About king ubu

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  1. Thanks for sharing your first impressions @mjazzg Excited about this! Hope I get it in time to give it a first spin before my vacation (starting the day after ascension).
  2. Jimmy Giuffre 3-Live in Graz 1961

    Thanks for the correction/addition -- so generally, FMP never owned the recordings, but kind of licensed them from the musicians? Alas I'm not that person with that surplus change ... too bad the Trumpster isn't a free jazz fan, as that would be a terrific deal, greatest deal of all times
  3. Franz Koglmann reissues on Black Monk

    previously partly available on this CD: Not sure I need more than that -- maybe I do ...
  4. It's a one-man affair, and I guess Bertrand got some orders after sending out the info - I ordered/paid right after and was hoping for a faster reply, but never mind, I'm excited about this, no matter when exactly it will arrive!
  5. NEA Jazz Masters - 2020

    Maybe read before you write, just once in a while? Not every woman involved with jazz is a singer (and the rest aren't all pianists or harpists) -- from the NY Times link: Ms. Kirk was already working to support jazz music before the death of her husband, the famed saxophonist Rahsaan Roland Kirk, in 1977. But after he died, she recommitted herself. Ms. Kirk became just the third person hired at WBGO 88.3 FM, the only full-time jazz station in the New York region, and has worked there for over 40 years. She has also helped organize and program concerts across the city.
  6. First spin last night ... on the Subway material (some 100 minutes, the best track is on disc two and almost half an hour long), Gordon is supremely relaxed (though the Brazilian vibe indeed is not for him). The mix is odd, but at the same time very clear. The bonus sessions are about 25 minutes each, and I found "Round Midnight" with George Grunz on piano quite possibly the highlight of the entire set. I wouldn't consider it essential, given that there are around seven gazillions of Dexter Gordon recordings from the seventies, but as one who never had access to sanely priced Steeplechase releases and doesn't own any of the live ones, I guess it's a worthy adition for sure. And for anyone really into LTD, I bet it is, anyway!
  7. Which one? DarkTree itself includes free shipping - globally, it seems. So I don't really see any need for a broker/intermediary.
  8. John Coltrane - 1963: New Directions (3 CDs)

    Old people seem to prefer to take it with them rather than keep the fire burning ... Well, *some* old peopleat least. Some old folks live on a hill, too.
  9. Grits, Beans And Greens: The Lost Fontana Studio Session 1969 1CD, 1LP & Digital. 5 tracks of what would have been the final album 1. For Members Only (take 2) [6.26] 2. Grits, Beans and Greens (take 4) [6.09] 3. Rumpus (take 1) [7.30] 4. You Know I Care (take 2) 5. Where Am I Going? (take 3) [9.16] Philips Studios, Stanhope Place, London, Tuesday June 24th, 1969 10.30am – 1.30pm Tubby Hayes (tenor sax); Mike Pyne (piano); Ron Mathewson (bass); Spike Wells (drums) Producer: Terry Brown Engineer: David Voyde Grits, Beans And Greens: The Lost Fontana Studio Sessions 1969 [Complete Sessions] 2CD Deluxe + digital. The complete sessions. 18 tracks including alt. takes, studio chatter + the May 1969 studio session (with Louis Stewart on guitar). In recording date & tape order. CD1 1. Where Am I Going – (Take 1) May 27th, 1969 [08:27]* 2. Where Am I Going – (Take 2) May 27th, 1969 [07:37]* 3. Where Am I Going – (Take 3) May 27th, 1969 [08:03]* 4. Grits, Beans and Greens – (Take 1) [05:44] 5. For Members Only – (Take 1) [07:25] 6. Where Am I Going? – (Take 1) Breakdown [04:18] 7. For Members Only – (Take 2) Full Version [06:34] CD2 1. Where Am I Going – (Take 2) [06:18] 2. Grits, Beans and Greens – (Take 2) Breakdown [00:57] 3. Grits, Beans and Greens – (Take 3) [06:21] 4. Rumpus – (Take 1) Full Version [07:45] 5. Where Am I Going – (Take 3) Full Version [09:41] 6. Rumpus – (Take 2) Breakdown [00:31] 7. Rumpus – (Take 3) Breakdown [00:17] 8. Rumpus – (Take 4) [07:22] 9. Grits, Beans and Greens – (Take 4) Full Version [06:19] 10. You Know I Care – (Take 1) Breakdown [01:06] 11. You Know I Care – (Take 2) Full Version [07:05] * recorded at Philips Studios, Stanhope Place, London, May 27th, 1969 Tubby Hayes (tenor sax); Louis Stewart (guitar); Ron Mathewson (bass); Spike Wells (drums) Remaining tracks recorded at Philips Studios, Stanhope Place, London, June 24th, 1969 Tubby Hayes (tenor sax); Mike Pyne (piano); Ron Mathewson (bass); Spike Wells (drums) Producer: Terry Brown Engineer: David Voyde All compositions by Edward Brian ‘Tubby’ Hayes except for: You Know I Care – written by Columbus Calvin ‘Duke’ Pearson Where Am I Going – written by by Seymour Kaufman aka Cy Coleman/Carolyn Leigh All arrangements by Edward Brian ‘Tubby’ Hayes -- source (more text there): https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/jazz-saxophonist-tubby-hayes-lost-masterpiece-1969-release/
  10. Coincidentally, my copy of that was in the mail and just went into the player for the first time when the mail from Bertrand arrived ... IUCC is wonderful! And with Bertrand being as scrupulous in choosing material as he is, I'm certain the new one will be, too!
  11. Jimmy Giuffre 3-Live in Graz 1961

    I know ... but 125 for that CT box, for just a DL? Does it at least include high quality scans of the book? (I guess I'm really old-fashioned in that respect ...)
  12. HORACE TAPSCOTT with the PAN AFRIKAN PEOPLES ARKESTRA and the GREAT VOICE OF UGMAA WHY DON’T YOU LISTEN? – Live at LACMA, 1998 (DarkTree DT(RS) 11, 2019) THE PAN AFRIKAN PEOPLES ARKESTRA MICHAEL SESSION soprano, alto, tenor saxophones PHIL RANELIN trombone HORACE TAPSCOTT conductor, pianist ALAN HINES double bass TREVOR WARE double bass LOUIS LARGE double bass DONALD DEAN drums NAJITE AGINDOTAN congas BILL MADISON percussion DWIGHT TRIBLE vocals THE GREAT VOICE OF UGMAA AFIFA AMATULLAH AMINA AMATULLAH DONTE CHAMBERS NDUGU “JINGLES” CHANDLER BRENDA HEARN CHINI KOPANO TORRE REESE MARIA ROSE TINA DENISE TRIBBLE DWIGHT TRIBLE director CAROLYN WHITAKER 01 | aiee! The Phantom | 02 | Caravan | 03 | Fela Fela | 04 | Why Don’t You Listen? | 05 | Little Africa | Recorded on Friday, July 24, 1998, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles, CA Recorded, mixed and mastered by Wayne Peet Produced by Bertrand Gastaut for Dark Tree under exclusive license from the Horace Tapscott family Design and layout by Marie Gastaut – Photos by Warren Berman Liner notes by Steve Isoardi -- Bertrand just spread the news in a mail ... he deserves your lousy money, that's for sure - if you don't have it yet, do add the Carter/Bradford (NoUTurn- Live in Pasadena, 1975) he released a few years ago! 15€ a pop, free shipping worldwide http://www.darktree-records.com/en/horace-tapscott-with-the-pan-afrikan-peoples-arkestra-and-the-great-voice-of-ugmaa-–-why-dont-you-listen-–-live-at-lacma-1998-–-dtrs11