the first show, from 1969, is a phenomenal recording. as someone commented on dime, when it was shared a few years ago,
listening now, great stereo sound, good enough for a commercial release. sounds fantastic, swings like crazy.
i can say the same right now! and it goes for the second show, from 1971, which is maybe a lot more “tolliver-ish” (yes. btw, i see that the ’69 show is “all compositions by charles tolliver), and which i think that i prefer. i’ve been listening to very little except charles tolliver or the radio (which was sadly lacking any charles tolliver!)
btw, we now have a presence on mastodon, @firstname.lastname@example.org
charles tolliver & the erich kleinschuster quintet
february 1, 1969
1. lil’s paradise – 8:46
2. the household of saud – 4:57
3. paperman – 6:31
4. on the nile – 10:12
5. truth – 7:54
6. right now – 4:29
all compositions by charles tolliver
lineage: sbd > cd > hd (flac 8)
charles tolliver’s music inc.
01. afro blue (santamaria) 23:04
02. body and soul (heyman/sour/eyton/green) 12:28
03. oriental (cowell) 15:48
04. the ringer (tolliver) [fade out] 02:55
source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/320 kbps) [radio station – nordwesradio]
image: cropped image from the cover included with the 1971 show. don’t know who did the covers originally.