Thursday, February 16, 2017

Nasheet Waits "Equality" Le Kremlin-Bictre, France Festival Sons dÕHiver January 13 2017 fm>flac



Nasheet Waits, drums
Mark Helias, bass
Darius Jones, alto saxophone
Aruan Ortiz, piano


9 tracks, 58 minutes


Source : TSF (FM) / Naim Uniti / RH-09R / Audacity / Xact

Marius Neset 1. So What’s Next-festival Muziekgebouw Frits Philips, Eindhoven (The Netherlands) October 12, 2013





Marius Neset - tenorsax, accordion
Ivo Neame - piano
Anton Eger - drums
Jasper Hoiby - bass [as announced by Marius Neset)
James Hart - vibraphone



01. Birds (10:49)
02. Broadcast presentation (0:39)
03. Interview excerpt (4:47)
04. Broadcast presentation (0:19)
05. Portuguese Windmill (8:56)
06. Announcement by Marius Neset (0:40)
07. Spring Dance (2:26)
08. Boxing (10:47)
09. Announcement by Marius Neset (0:22)
10. Sane (4:53)
11. Golden Explosion (9:54)
12. Broadcast presentation (1:04)



MPEG1.0 Layer 3 - 192kbps - 44kHz [VPRO Dutch Radio 6 webcast] > VLC player > mp3DirectCut

Monday, February 13, 2017

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers September 18th, 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey County Fairgrounds Monterey, CA FM?>flac



1. Jodi (Walter Davis, Jr.)
2. Along Came Betty (Benny Golson)
3. Hawkman(Bobby Watson)
4. Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael)
   Gypsy Folk Tales (Walter Davis, Jr.)

Bobby Watson: alto saxophone
Valery Ponomarev: trumpet
David Schnitter: tenor saxophone
George Cables: piano
Dennis Irwin: bass
Art Blakey: drums
Possibly Ladji Camara - vocals on track 4

Source:
FM > Reel

Transfer:
TEAC A-3300SX > RCA out > Zoom H2 (line in) > WAV > REAPER

Generation:
Reel(M?) > WAV(16/44.1khz) > FLAC(16/44.1khz)
Note: I updated the above info in the txt file.

George Russell with RAI Big Band : Living Time recorded live on 6 June 1980 at Anfiteatro La Quercia del Tasso [an open air theatre], Roma, ITALY fm>flac




George Russell, pianoforte and conduction
Lew Soloff, trumpet
Bobo Stenson, pianoforte
J.F. Jenny Clarke, double bass
Keith Copeland, drums (and NOT Alan Dawson)
Alice Norbury, conduction on tracks 8-13
* RAI Big Band
saxophones, clarinets and flutes - Baldo Maestri, Sal Genovese, Beppe Carrieri, Gianni Oddi, Carlo Metallo
trumpets - Cicci Santucci, Doriano Beltrame, Oscar Valdambrini, Nino Culasso
trombones - Gennaro Baldino, Giancarlo Beccattini, Marco Pellacani, Dino Piana
vibraphone - Carlo Zoffoli.  guitar - Pino Rucher.  contrabass - Maurizio Majorana
[they are maybe NOT playing in this occasion, but part of the orchestra were also Alfredo Santoloci (saxes), Michele Lacerenza (trumpet), Roberto Pregadio (piano), Roberto Zappulla (drums), Sergio Coppetelli (guitar)]

one of the few shows organized by the Italian RAI during 1980 (see included original bill) from an idea of Pasquale Santoli to unite some famed soloists with RAI Big Band, on this occasion composer George Russell plays some of his pieces, from the forties to late seventies, with then newly composed Time Spiral... Also included in the folder as track 00 a short radio introduction in ITALIAN with bio notes and commentaries - this intro runs for 2'03", you can skip downloading it if you don't understand italian.

(00 radio introduction by Ghigi di Paola)
01- spoken intro by Russell
02- Ezz-thetic
03- spoken intro by Russell
04- Two Dimensions
05- spoken intro by Russell
06- All About Rosie
07- spoken intro by Russell
08- Living Time: Event 5
09- Living Time: Event 6
10- spoken intro by Russell
11- Time Spiral, pt.1
12- Time Spiral, pt.2
13- Time Spiral, coda
14- radio outros

running time : 84'58" (without radio intro and outro)
WITH radio intros/outros, it would be 87'42"

Lineage (FM > Hard Disc > web):
ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 2.0  via  Asus A7S333 C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit .aup > flac's (level 8) > webtorrenting
folder size : 638 mb 

larry coryell & the eleventh house 6. birdland radio jazz festival jazzclub birdland neuburg, germany 28.10.2016 dvb-s.flac




larry coryell - g
julian coryell - g
joey defrancesco - hammond b3, tp
danny trifan - b
guido may - dr

01. low-leh-tah (coryell) 09:46
02. announcement larry coryell 01:28
03. funky waltz (mouzon) 12:37
04. cover girl (mouzon) 12:24
05. birdfingers (coryell) 09:38
06. nuages (reinhard) 10:00



source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/320 kbps) [radio station - br klassik]

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Grand Hall, Glasgow City Halls Glasgow Scotland 19th November 2016 Ilan Volkov : conductor Taylor Ho Bynum : cornet and conductor James Fei : saxophone and conductor play Anthony Braxton compositions FM.flac



01. intro and interview [1:55]
02. Anthony Braxton : Composition No 27 (1973) for full orchestra (European Premiere) [16:35]
03. intro and interview [2:38]
04. James Fei : The Loudness of Single and Combined Sounds (World Premiere) [17:35]
05. intro and interview [1:27]
06. Taylor Ho Bynum : Uncle, Another Tale (possibilities for creative orchestra and three conductors) (World Premiere)[13:31]
07. intro and interview [[1:16]
08. Anthony Braxton : Composition No 63 (1976) for chamber orchestra and two improvising soloists (UK Premiere) [16:31]

INFO
Refusing to be categorised as a jazz artist throughout his lifetime, Anthony Braxton prefers the term ‘creative’ to describe his music. A multi-instrumentalist – a virtuoso of saxophone, clarinet and piano – and composer, his music draws upon a disparate mix of influences from John Coltrane to Stockhausen to Native American music. This concert features two examples of his works for creative orchestra from the 1970s, featuring regular Braxton collaborators James Fei and Taylor Ho Bynum as soloists. Fei and Bynum are established composers in their own right and here they debut two new pieces for orchestra with the BBC SSO’s Principal Guest Conductor, Ilan Volkov.

NOTES
Recorded live off air from the original BBC Radio Three broadcast during Hear And Now on 28th January 2017.  Source was the BBC HLS 323kbps 48kHz internet stream.

Audition was used to edit broadcast, increase levels by 5dB, track and convert to 44.1kHz.  FLAC tagging done using mp3tag and fingerprints generated using TLH.

To play the music only then drop the odd numbered tracks.

PsyKies
29th January 2017



Source: BBC Radio 3 > 323kbps 48k HLS aac stream > ffmpeg > aac > Audition > FLAC
Recorded and processed by PsyKies

rosset meyer geiger festival onze+ salle paderewski casino de montbenon lausanne, switzerland 03.nov.2016 dvb-s.flac



josquin rosset - p
gabriel meyer - b
jan geiger - dr

01. the beginning 07:08
02. perpetuum mobile 08:11
03. mantra 10:25
04. announcement josquin rosset 00:43
05. mountain lake 09:15
06. announcement josquin rosset 00:24
07. die sau 09:09
08. tritt o'nuss 08:37


source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/256 kbps) [radio station - espace 2]