Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
Durium

Some dates (recording dates - sorry ladies) wanted

6 posts in this topic

Some dates (recording dates - sorry ladies) wanted

Who can help me to date these recordings?

1. We’re Going Up – Eric Kloss Quintet ( 1965 )

2. Soul Proptietor – RALPH BOWEN QUINTET (

3. The Awakening – MICHAEL THOMAS QUINTET

4. 5-4 Thing – EASTERN REBELLION

5. A Little Twist – NEW JAZZ COMPOSERS OCTET

6. The Coaster – JOHN PATTON-GRACHAN MONCHUR QUINTET

THanks

Keep swinging

Durium

My web log

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Eric Kloss--We're Goin' Up : December 22 1967

Big John Patton with Grachan Moncur ---Soul Connection : June 7 1983

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Eric Kloss--We're Goin' Up : December 22 1967

Big John Patton with Grachan Moncur ---Soul Connection : June 7 1983

Thank you Chas,

Keep swinging

Keep swinging web log

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Soul Proptietor – RALPH BOWEN QUINTET (May 24, 2001)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Eastern Rebellion 5/4 Thing is December 10, 1975

New Jazz Composers Octet A Little Twist is October 18, 2000, I'm pretty sure of this, I don't have a copy of my own CD but I think we recorded this tune separate from the rest of the record while recording part of the album we did wih Freddie Hubbard. We had a little extra studio time and Joe Chambers in the studio who played the tune with us on the road so we went for it. The Freddie CD says the recording date is October 18, 2000 and I think this isn't even mentioned on the octet CD but I don't know for sure because like I said, I don't have a copy at the moment.

Edited by david weiss

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

New Jazz Composers Octet A Little Twist is October 18, 2000, I'm pretty sure of this, I don't have a copy of my own CD but I think we recorded this tune separate from the rest of the record while recording part of the album we did wih Freddie Hubbard. We had a little extra studio time and Joe Chambers in the studio who played the tune with us on the road so we went for it. The Freddie CD says the recording date is October 18, 2000 and I think this isn't even mentioned on the octet CD but I don't know for sure because like I said, I don't have a copy at the moment.

Thank you David for your reply. I like this tune for its harmonic patterns.

I will post your reply on my Keep swinging web log tomorrow ( Feb. 24th 2006)

Thanks again

Keep swinging

Durium

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.