Sep 262017
 

even though i posted a george coleman show from 12 nov 1979 back in january this year, i can’t resist posting this one.  it’s a good recording but not perfect (the seeder or taper rated it b+), and oh my goodness but this goes on and on (though in fairness, it is over two nights).  so naturally, it was the first thing i put on a fresh usb drive for the car — currently more like a georgecolemanmobile, but then i don’t drive much here.

i’ve split the two nights into separate .zip files, but the info file & checksum files are for all files being in one folder.


george coleman quartet village vanguard april 16-17 1985 fixed
village vanguard nyc
april 16-17 1985

george coleman – tenor and alto sax
harold mabern – piano
al foster – drums
jamil nasser- bass
unknown on vocals track 22

tracks 01-11 april 16, 1985
tracks 12-29 april 17, 1985

01 it could happen to you 15:38
02 lollipops and roses 13:56
03 unknown blues 12:23
04 like someone in love 18:11
05 lo-joe/coleman announcements 01:04
06 the chief 13:49
07 somewhere in the night 16:18
08 new york housing blues 14:44
09 samba d’orfeo/theme 18:54
10 mr. pc 15:12
11 the masquerade is over 15:27
12 the song is you (incomplete) 08:24
13 someday my prince will come 19:16
14 i want to talk about you 24:10
15 subway ride 13:02
16 new york medley: i love new york/i’ll take manhattan/how about you/harlem nocturne/autumn in new york 17:49
17 new york, new york 05:15
18 ceora 18:52
19 unknown uptempo blues 17:40
20 stars & stripes/strike up the band 17:56
21 the song is you 06:13
22 lo-joe 00:25
23 you’re nobody til somebody loves you 01:49
24 uptempo blues 15:31
25 tadd’s delight 15:37
26 mohawk 12:17
27 something cool 05:13
28 tico tico 07:42
29 four 20:21

tt = 6:23:20

source: audience, probably cassette tape
sound quality: b+

notes:

thanks to bluenote2004 for the original seed of this in 2008. it listed the year and personnel incorrectly. many tunes were unidentified. some still are. check sound samples in comments.

sony soundforge pro 10.0 used to join fragments, redo track splits, eliminate blank spots between songs, equalize to boost bass with width of 1.4 octaves centered around 100 hz.

still needs pitch correction on some tracks – who can do?

07: interruptions during piano solo, with audio degradation and speed problems
16: interruption in sax solo between nocturne & autumn in ny. popping
18: beginning cut, interruption during piano solo
25: popping
26: popping, tape flip during piano solo
27: popping
27: popping


sample:
t08 ny housing blues.mp3
t26 mohawk.mp3

download:
GeorgeColeman_1985-04-16_VillageVanguardNYC.zip
GeorgeColeman_1985-04-17_VillageVanguardNYC.zip

no covers today.


Sep 192017
 

here’s another freddie hubbard show, from almost exactly 10 years later.  why have one when two will do as well or (as here) even better?  saturday turned into a bit of a hubbard-fest around here, not stopping with two shows, but that’s all for tonight.

this was (re)seeded by ubu on dime back in 2008.


freddie hubbard – mccoy tyner – elvin jones
“coltrane memorial quintet”
berlin (de), jazzfest
november 6, 1987

freddie hubbard – trumpet
sonny fortune – tenor & soprano sax
mccoy tyner – piano
reggie workman – bass
elvin jones – drums

1. blues minor (15:52)
2. naima (8:08)
3. a love supreme (25:15):
part 1 – acknowledgement
part 2 – resolution
4. chim chim cheree (13:46)
5. mr. p.c. (4:41)

tt: 67:45

sound: a/a-
lineage: fm > ? > cdr > eac > flac
additional lineage (this re-seed): > cdr > eac (secure) > flac (8,asb,verify)

re-seed by ubu 2008-01-05, in memory of freddie hubbard


sample: t5 mr p.c.mp3
download: FreddieHubbard_1987-11-06_ColtraneMemorial5tet_BerlinGermany.zip


Sep 192017
 

finally got our car up & running, those little things like insurance, license plates, etc can be a challenge in the right (or wrong) circumstances.  so, driving to work on friday in the car for the first time, i had a handful of usb thumb drives, but out of all that, this show was the only thing that would play on the car stereo…

i downloaded this in august 2014, when ‘jazamo’ seeded it on dime, commenting that “here’s a nice set from freddie hubbard recorded in 1977. freddie moves away from his standard lineup replacing the tenor sax with electric guitar on this tour. re-seeded here in it’s original fm broadcast mp2 codec, the sound is excellent. many thanks to the original seeder!”   thanks, jazamo!

no covers today.


freddie hubbard quintet
berliner jazztage, philharmonie,
berlin,germany
november 3rd, 1977

freddie hubbard -trumpet
david garfield – keyboards
rick zinnegar – electric guitar
larry klien – bass
carlos vega – drums

setlist:

01) intro by werner wunderlich (01:49)
02) one of a kind (14:29)
03) rahsann (16:00)
04) impressions (10:26)
05) bundle of joy (13:27)

total time: 56:11

original notes:
source: dvb-s@320, 48khz > raw data > projextx > mp3directcut > mp2
(lossy recording seeded in its original broadcast codec)


sample: t4 impressions.mp3
download: FreddieHubbard_1977-11-03_Philharmonie_BerlinGermany.zip


Sep 012017
 

i’m not sure what made me think of vijay iyer the other day, but i ended up listening to 3 of his shows from 2016 over the course of the day today.  this one features tyshawn sorey on drums, and it took some looking to find him on the internet (“titian”, “tysion”, the list goes on… there was no lineup in the original info file).  each of the 3 shows had a different drummer, first the june 2016 frankfurt show had marcus gilmore on drums, then this show with tyshawn sorey & finally justin brown at the oct 2016 bimhuis show.

vijay-iyer.com
stephancrump.com
www.facebook.com/tyshawnsorey or tyshawn-sorey.bandcamp.com
Note: at august 2016, www.tyshawnsorey.net appears to no longer be connected to the drummer tyshawn sorey.


vijay iyer trio
iowa city jazz festival
iowa city, ia
2 july 2016

vijay iyer: piano
stephan crump: bass
tyshawn sorey: drums

1. announcements 2:30
2. mc band intro 1:02
3. vi band intro > unknown 25:15
4. unknown 7:38
5. work > human nature 23:29
6. starlings 20:27

tt 1:20:19

source: schoeps mk41’s dina > active cables > nbox > edirol r-05 @ 24/48. recorded from fob/dfc.
transfer: sandisk 16gb sdhc > hp pavilion > 24bit wav > sony sound forge 9.0e > cdwave editor > trader’s little helper > flac16.
recorded and transferred by perks.


sample: t04 unknown.mp3
download:  VijayIyer_2016-07-02_IowaCityJazzfest.zip

covers by pete


Aug 032017
 

well, i was on a bit of a heath bros kick today.  which, by the way, is quite the way to get a day’s work in.  like those old lucky ads said:  picks you up when you’re down, calms you down when you’re tense.  etc etc.

started with jimmy heath and the heath brothers at mr c’s, 1978; followed by jimmy Heath at the ramada inn, august 17, 1975 (vol 1.. where’s vol 2 please?); finishing up with this fantastic show from japan in 1975, with both nat adderley (applause) and cedar walton (more applause), not to mention tootie heath!  actually, that last show was on twice, as i’d earlier trimmed 2-second gaps but had kept — and inadvertently played — the original files as well.  halfway through the second go-around… well, here ya go.  enjoy.  btw, times below may be off by 2 seconds or so. 🙂

jimmyheath.com
raydrummond.com


jimmy heath and nat adderley
nhk 505
tokyo, japan
23 july 1995

nat adderley – cornet
jimmy heath – tenor/sop sax
albert tootie heath – drums
cedar walton – piano
ray drummond – bass

disc 1.
01 announcer speaker / winter sleeves / announcer speaker 15:50
02. sposin’ / announcer jh 5:27
03. round midnight / announcer jh 9:06
04. cedar’s blues / announcer jh 12:11
05. my heart stood still (ceder walton with trio, minus jimmy and nat) 8:17
06. worksong 8:55
total 59:48

disc 2
07. on the trail 12:32
08. announcer jh / no greater love/ announcer jh 5:45
09. announcer na / on green dolphin street / announcer jh 10:37
10. alone together/ announcer jh 7:18
11. gingerbread boy 10:44
total 46:56

total time 1:46:44

sound: a
source: radio > dime > tlh (decode) > wav > wavtrim 2.24 (trim space) > wav > tlh (re-encode) > flac level 5

additional comments:
downloaded from dime march 2008 (seeded by bluenote2005). there were 2-second gaps at the end of every track, which i have removed using wavtrim 2.24.   consequently, i have redone this info file and created new .md5 and .ffp files. — pete (dublin)

 


sample: d1 t06 worksong.mp3
download: JimmyHeath_NatAdderley_1995-07-23_Tokyo.zip

covers by ‘angela’, downloaded in 2008 from comments on the dime tracker when i downloaded the original files.


Jul 312017
 

here’s a nice show from the national concert hall in dublin that i recorded off the air & seeded on dime in 2007.  it’s a great show, and very well recorded but wasn’t so good for folks who actually attended.

the rté announcer comments on the “truly tragic quality of the sound”.  and when i seeded this on dime, retnull described it as “the worst live sound i’ve ever heard”.   but, fortunately, as the the rté announcer added, “rté’s soundman was a bit wiser, and the recorded sound is very good indeed.”

the jazz alley show on rté has been dropped in my absence, which is really too bad.

finally, a shout out to the fine folks at waltons music and the waltons new school of music (where my daughter studied piano until we moved away).  this was one of the waltons world masters series, and their support for that series (and this show) is appreciated.


mccoy tyner septet
national concert hall, dublin, ireland
6 july 2006

mccoy tyner (piano)
eric alexander (tenor saxophone)
donald harrison (alto saxophone)
wallace roney (trumpet)
steve turre (trombone)
eric kamau gravatt (drums)
charnett moffett (bass)

01 announcer (1:38)
02 a la mode [curtis fuller] (15:53)
03 angelina (13:59)
04 impressions (10:57)
05 blues on the corner (11:58)
06 ballad for aisha (4:25)
07 announcer (0:38)

tt 59:29

broadcast:
rté lyric fm, 2-dec-06, “jazz alley”

source:
analogue fm (avermedia avertv hybrid+fm cardbus) > wav
> cdwave (tracking) > trader’s little helper [level 5]


sample: t06 ballad for aisha.mp3
download:  McCoyTyner_2006-07-06_NCH_DublinIreland.zip

cover by pete, using a screenshot of the concert poster (downloaded from the waltons new school website, and used without permission).


Jul 282017
 

cezar asked for a bit of the fritz pauer trio feat. betty carter, after i mentioned it on this post.  i had planned something else to celebrate being home in dublin (coming up next!), but thought what the heck?  also, i listened to it.  yes, only 11 mins with the fritz pauer group, but the little bits & bobs from 3 separate shows worked very well together (not to mention a bit of cyrus chestnut!).  definitely worth sharing, so here you go, cezar.

tip of the hat to hamhen, who seeded this on dime in nov. 2011.


fritz pauer trio feat. betty carter-
betty carter (voc), fritz pauer (p), günther lenz (b), aldo romano (dr).
mainz (germany), 1968 (venue and exact date unknown).

1 thou swell
2 blue moon
3 everytime we say goodbye

betty carter quartet-
betty carter (voc), khalid moss (p), curtis lundy (b), lewis nash (dr).
“liederhalle”, stuttgart (germany), june 15, 1981.

4 there’s no you
5 i can’t help it
6 medley:
-social call
-what’s new

betty carter and her trio-
betty carter (voc), cyrus chestnut (p), jon roland ariel (b), clarence penn (dr).
ludwigsburg (germany), november 1, 1991. (recorded at the festival “ludwigsburger jazztage”)

7 30 years
8 deep night
9 open the door
10 what’s new

 

broadcast:
swr 2, october 18, 2011.

lineage:
dvb-c (320 kbps/ 48 khz) > technotrend tt-1501 dvb-c pci card > harddisk.
edits were made with the mp3directcut software.


sample:  betty carter & fritz pauer 1968-xx-xx t1 thou swell.mp3
download: Betty_Carter_Germany_1968_1981_1991.zip


Jun 162017
 

all packed up, just waiting to fly out on monday.  meanwhile, i downloaded the 3rd of three consecutive nights of the horace silver quintet, from 1976.  two nights at the umbria jazzfest, after which the quintet decamped for juan-les-pins.

in a bit of serendipity that i’d not noticed before, a song missing from the 20th  is included with the show from the 21st.

one other thing: the info files aren’t always right, but in comments on dime, the seeders confirmed that the dates are all in 1976.  not 1977 or 1986.

so enjoy a mini “horace silver fest” as i wing my way westward.


horace silver quintet

horace silver (piano)
bob berg (tenor sax)
tom harrell (trumpet)
steve beskrone (bass)
eddie gladden (drums)

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
removed
umbria jazz festival
perugia, italy
20 july 1976

01. opening/ adjustment 8:41,
02. barbara 13:10,
03. in pursuit of the 27th man 15:45,
04. song for my father 12:55

time 42:14

from dime comments: “thank you! must be ten years earlier, 1976.”… “you are correct! date is 07-20-1976”

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

umbria jazz festival
gubbio, italy
21 july 1976

1. slow down unissued tune from orvieto 10:58 (july 20 1976)
2. brain wave 17:43
3. h.silver voice 2:05
4. creation 13:30
5. h.silver voice 0:33
678 the sophisticated hippie 2:21 + 9:11 + 3:59
9 h.silver voice 0:36
10 perseverance & endurance 10:53
11 h:silver voice 0:28

time 72:11

soundboard very good for 34 years ago

the seeder commented that “this is one of my first recordings i was only 16 years old at that time !!!!”

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

festival de jazz d’antibes
juan-les-pins, france
22 july 1976

01 in pursuit of the 27th man (horace silver) 14:39
02 slow down (larry williams) 11:00
03 song for my father (horace silver) 14:13
04 keep on gettin’ up (horace silver) 8:11

time 48:03

fm > edirol r-09 (wav) > wavelab > flac (level 8, sector-align)
broadcast : les légendes du jazz, france musique, june 10, 2017

seeder commented “in text i noted 1977, the good date is 1976…  (the 5th track in broadcast, down and out, was an official from 1969)”


sample: all cbr, 192kbps
horace silver 1976-07-20 02 song for my father.mp3 (removed)
horace silver 1976-07-21 10 perseverance & endurance.mp3
horace silver 1976-07-22 02 slow down.mp3

download: HoraceSilver1976-07-21_22.zip

no covers.


May 292017
 

it’s a bit of a busy time around here, so posts will be a bit irregular for the next while until we finish our move.  why not a bit of fred hersch to help me focus?  enjoy.

fredhersch.com
www.johnhebert.com
www.nasheetwaits.com


fred hersch trio
bimhuis
amsterdam, the netherlands
11 july 2009

fred hersch – piano
john hebert – bass
nasheet waits – drums

first set
01. the man i love – 9:11
02. endless start – 7:34
03. black dog pays a visit/lonely woman (ornette coleman) – 22:49
04. mandevilla (hersch) – 6:57
05. some other time – 8:30
06. change partners – 7:46

second set
07. (improvisaion) – 9:48
08. still here (hersch) – 8:18
09. forerunner (ornette coleman) – 7:28
10. the wind (russ freeman)/moon and sand (alec wiler) – 12:38
11. stuttering (hersch) – 7:02
12. work – 5:34

total time = 113 minutes

radio broadcast -> cdr trade -> eac -> wav -> tlh -> flac


sample: t10 the wind – moon and sand.mp3
download: FredHerschTrio_2009-07-11_Bimhuis_AmsterdamNLD.zip

no covers.


May 212017
 

after listening to this yesterday & this morning, i was thinking of uploading this show, but found that it is already available at galatabridge, a monographic website that

attempts to provide a chronological list of recordings featuring John Surman, be they commercially-released albums, radio or TV broadcasts, audience recordings, film soundtracks or otherwise.

if you like john surman / the trio,  well, you’ve probably already found the site.  if you are less familiar with the trio, then head over to galatabridge and have a listen to this great show by the trio, from jazzhaus, hamburg germany, in early 1970.

the version there appears to be the same as the one seeded on dime in aug 2016 by tomp

 

cover by lewojazz, included in the dime seed in 2016