Thursday, March 23, 2017

phronesis & hr big band hr sendesaal frankfurt/m, germany 20.11.2015 dvb-s>flac

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

ivo neame - p
jasper hoiby - b
anton eger - dr

julian arguelles - ld
hr big band:
frank wellert - tp
thomas vogel - tp
martin auer - tp
axel schlosser - tp
guenter bollmann - tb
felix fromm - tb
manfred honetschlaeger - btb
christan jaksjo - tb
heinz-dieter sauerborn - as
oliver leicht - as
tony lakatos - ts
steffen weber - ts
rainer heute - bs, bcl
martin scales - g

disc 1

01. untitled #1 09:07
02. zieding 10:36
03. announcement jasper høiby 02:02
04. charm defensive 08:24
05. unknown title 07:57
06. unknown title 07:35
07. announcement ivo neame 00:25
08. unknown title 15:11
09. announcement ivo neame 00:51
10. announcemnt julian argüelles 04:03
11. herne hill 05:41

disc 2

01. unknown title 09:11
02. unknown title 23:24
03. unknown title 07:14

Wadada Leo Smith's Great Lakes Quartet Berlin, Germany Haus der Berliner Festspiele 2016-11-03 FM>FLAC

01 Lake Michigan
02 Lake Superior
03 Lovely

Wadada Leo Smith, Jonathon Haffner (as, cl), John Lindberg (b) und Marcus Gilmore (dr)

min 58:15

FM (analog cable) - Audacity - xACT

Nordwestradio in concert: Pop & Jazz

rudresh mahanthappa quintet 'bird calls' jazzclub fasching stockholm, sweden 16.11.2016

source: stream > video download helper > audio maker > nero wave editor > flac
(aac 192 kbps) [radio station - p2]

rudresh mahanthappa - as
adam o'farrill - tp
joshua white - p
francois moutin - b
rudy royston - dr

disc 1
01. on the dl (mahanthappa) 18:59
02. chillin' (mahanthappa) 17:50
03. announcement rudresh mahanthappa 00:50
04. talin is thinking (mahanthappa) 13:43

disc 2
05. announcement rudresh mahanthappa 00:24
06. gopuram (mahanthappa) 16:30
07. sure why not (mahanthappa) 19:09

Mats Gustafsson & Nu Ensemble [Lewojazz-TomP] Music Unlimited 30 Schlachthof, Wels, Austria, Performed: 2016-11-11

Broadcast: 2017-03-05 Ö1 Jazznacht 256/48k ts-file recorded by Lewojazz > i-Sound (44.1k wav)

Quality: EX

A very fine performance and recording from Lewojazz using the best possible SQ tools, it just needed a little editing to
bring out the best of this fine set - dedicated to Frank Zappa I understand.

TomP post on Dime, March 2017... Enjoy !!

Mats Gustafsson: slide and bari sax, conductor
Mariam Wallentin: voice
Anders Nyqvist: trumpets
Joe McPhee: trp, alto sax and space organ
Agustí Fernández: piano and organ
Kjell Nordeson: vibraphon
dieb13: turntables
Per Äke Holmlander: tuba
Jon Rune Strøm: bass
lngebrigt Håker Flaten: electric bass
Paal Nilssen-Love: drums
Mikael Merliin - sound

01 - Zap 68:02

Broadcast: 2017-03-05 Ö1 Jazznacht 256/48k ts-file recorded by Lewojazz > i-Sound (44.1k wav)
Edit details (Nero 12 unless indicated):

Corrected patches of phase inversion throughout (Audition CS5.5)
DC offset correction
Cross-mixed channels, 99:1 ratio
Normalised volume
Flac Tags (Tag & Rename)
Flac 6, md5 & SBE / decode check (TLH)

Noah Preminger Quartet Music of the Mississippi Delta Blues Singers Bushnell Park, Hartford 2016-08-08

Lineage: roof covered antenna> Yamaha tuner T-70> Ayre QA9>Audacity>TLH>flac16.

set 1
oo introductions
01 I'm The Heavenly Way (Bukka White)
02 stage announcements
03 Trouble in Mind
04 Hard Times Killing Floor Blues (Skip James)
05 song intro
06 Dark was the Night, Cold was the Ground (Blind Willie Johnson)
07 band introductions
08 stage announcement, interview

set 2
09 introductions
10 Parchment Farm
11 introductions
12 Future Blues
13 stage announcements
14 I Shall Not Be Moved (Mississippi John Jurt)
15 closing notes

Noah Preminger – tenor saxophone;
Dave Douglas – trumpet;
Kim Cass – bass;
Ian Froman – drums

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interview was done between sets. enjoy!
A series of free concerts in Bushnell Park, Hartford
Produced by the Hartford Jazz Society, Monday Night Jazz, the nation’s longest-running free jazz concert series, returns to downtown Hartford’s Bushnell Park for its 49th consecutive season.
Event Schedule: Opening act starts at 6 pm. Headliner starts at 7:30 pm. Jeff Fuller Trio opened.
Noah Preminger, just 29, has recorded numerous critically acclaimed albums and is steadily listed as one of the best tenor saxophonists by critics and readers on the annual Downbeat Poll. Two new recordings are expected by early 2016, including an all-ballads date on the French vinyl label, Newvelle Records, and a recording inspired by Delta Mississippi Blues musicians, Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground.

Born in 1986, Preminger grew up in Canton, Connecticut. Preminger released his debut album, Dry Bridge Road, just after his 21st birthday and was named Debut of the Year in the Village Voice Critics Poll. Preminger’s second and third albums as a leader came in 2011 and 2013 while signed to the Palmetto Records label. The Boston Globe says Preminger’s music is “… impressive, challenging, and beautiful.” The saxophonist has performed on key stages from the US to Europe and Australia, and has played and/or recorded with the likes of Billy Hart, Dave Holland, John Patitucci, Fred Hersch, Dave Douglas, Rudy Royston, Rob Garcia, Joe Lovano, Victor Lewis, John and Bucky Pizzarelli, Billy Drummond, George Cables, Roscoe Mitchell, and Dr. Eddie Henderson.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Marc Ducret Solo [Lewojazz-TomP] A l'improviste Radio-France studio 106, Paris Recorded: 2017-01-30 mp2>flac

Source 1: Francemusique 256/48k TS-file music portions recorded by Lewojazz > i-Sound (44.1k wav)
Source 2: Inter-track applause extracted from video webstream by Lewojazz

Fine Lewojazz art is included - thanks !!

Quality: EX+

Another fine Lewojazz ts-file recording of the stunning clarity broadcast by Francemusique, it was said to feature 2 improvisations
accordingnto the French radio announcers, which were cut up and extended talk / interview sections added, but actually also had
a short Encore that became apparent from the slightly lower SQ video webstream audio extract that Lewojazz subsequently sent me,
which containedthe live applause instead of the talk sections.

Other than seamlessly stiching the 2 sources to restore the the continuous live performance, it needed very little editing and there are
still unusual sections of Marc's voice apparently speaking into the guitar strings. Both the performance and sound quality justify the
very rare EX+ rating.

TomP post on Dime, March 2017...Enjoy !!

Marc Ducret, guitar & voice

01 - Improvisation 1  22:18
02 - Improvisation 2  15:44
03 - Encore 02:27

Total = 40:29

Edit details (Nero 8 unless indicated):

Equalised volume levels during the source transitions
Stitched in applause from source 2 to remove the studio talk that was subsequently added to source 1
Flac tags (Tag & Rename)
Flac 6, md5 & SBE / decode check (TLH)

JVC Jazz Festival 06-09-1990 Houston, Texas FM>FLAC

George Benson

01. Announcement / Brazilian Stomp 5:56
02. Interview with George Benson 0:54
03. Affirmation / Blues in B-flat (McCoy Tyner) 7:33

McCoy Tyner

04. Blues in B-flat (continued) 6:24
05. Radio Talk 0:18

Lee Ritenour

06. St. Bart's 3:15
07. St. Bart's (continued) 2:50
08. Stolen Moments 7:54

Miles Davis

09. Perfect Way 4:55
10. Tutu (incomplete) 6:47

For Miles Davis: