2019年9月15日日曜日

音楽 : Matthew Shipp-Sonic Fiction(ESP-Disk')

Matthew Shipp
Sonic Fiction

After a duo album and two trio albums by Shipp and Walerian, all for ESP-Disk', we get a quartet album from them that continues their strategy of working with different musicians each time out. Bisio and Dickey are long-time collaborators with Shipp, but the addition of Walerian's Zen style changes the dynamics of their interactions. Walerian and Dickey, masters of restraint, were a match waiting to be made, and their instant rapport is one of the attractions of this album.

Track List:
01. First Step 3:24
02. Blues Addition 6:23
03. The Station 5:53
04. Lines of Energy 4:02
05. Easy Flow 5:39
06. The Problem of Jazz 5:00
07. The Note 0:17
08. 3 by 4 6:25
09. Cell in the Brain 5:33
10. Sonic Fiction 11:23

Total time 53:59

http://soundcloud.com/esp-disk/04-lines-of-energy

Matthew Shipp, piano
Mat Walerian, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet
Michael Bisio, bass
Whit Dickey, drums

Press Quotes:
“One would be hard-pressed to find a Matthew Shipp quartet recording as democratically executed as Sonic Fiction… offered as a framework of dialogic expression, a music of ideas communicated, exchanged, and put forth directly and intimately. […] Sonic Fiction marks a new phase for Shipp as its evolves from his previous outings with Walerian (and his numerous dates with saxophonist Ivo Perelman on Leo) toward a shared multivalent lingual space where musical equations are stated, re-examined, and ultimately balanced before they emerge as a new sonic terrain.” – Thom Jurek, AllMusic Guide
“Shipp does not believe in ‘jazz’ per se; the wide-ranging music he plays…will sound like jazz to many, but in keeping with ESP tradition, it subverts definitions and expectations in service of creating magic with sounds. For those unfamiliar with Walerian, the Polish reed player, who has three previous ESP recordings with Shipp, his playing will trigger a sense of wonder.” – Derk Richardson, The Absolute Sound

"Matthew Shipp has become an elder statesman in the jazz world. How that happened can be boiled down to two simple elements. One: he has created a unique sound and language for improvised music and two: Shipp has become a doyen of cutting edge music making and opinion." – Mark Corroto, All About Jazz
"[Walerian] is one of the most talented young jazz musicians on the Polish scene, if not THE most talented." – Maciej Lewenstein, Polish Jazz Recordings and Beyond
"The reed work of Mat Walerian really warms up the piano of Matthew Shipp here – as Mat provides these beautiful lines on alto, bass clarinet, flute, and soprano clarinet – which have a resonant quality that really seems to open up Shipp's music too! We've really moved back towards enjoying Shipp in recent years – and the sense of persona in records like this is a good reason why – almost a renewed soul that we haven't heard in years, unlocked in the right setting like this." – Dusty Groove
"Amazing sympathetic piano-sax interaction. Often somber, sometimes blues-inflected, sometimes explosive." – rotfest.com
"Live in Okuden exemplifies the possibilities of the duo. Shipp is in great form and the album is a nice introduction to Walerian's imaginative playing." – Paul Acquaro, freejazzblog.org

"[D]espite featuring the nimble, expressive, and yes interesting and evocative fingers of pianist Matthew Shipp, Live at Okuden really gets its mood, and thus its mojo, from the bass clarinet, alto sax, soprano clarinet, and flute playing of Mat Walerian." - Paul Semel, CultureCatch.com

Musicians: Matthew Shipp / / Mat Walerian / Michael Bisio / Whit Dickey
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音楽 : Evergreen (Canceled World)(ESP-Disk')



Evergreen (Canceled World)


The Delegation is a project of young phenom Gabriel Zucker that mixes jazz, classical, electronica, rock, and more into a new sound that lives up to ESP-Disk's classic catchphrase, "You never heard such sounds in your life!" This improvising group came together at the 2013 Banff Jazz and Creative Music Workshop and was soon commissioned by the American Composers Forum; the result is the twelve-movement work on this two-disc set, which was premiered at the Jazz Gallery in New York City in 2014 and earned ASCAP's Morton Gould Young Composers Award.

Personnel
Gabriel Zucker - piano, compositions, lyrics, electronics, voice; Adam O'Farrill - trumpet; Eric Trudel - tenor saxophone; Jacob Teichroew - tenor saxophone, clarinet; Bryan Qu - tenor saxophone; Mark Chung - violin; Ron Lawrence - viola; Eric Allen - cello; Artemisz Polonyi - voice; Lorena del Mar - voice; Bam Bam Rodriguez - bass; Gabriel Globus-Hoenich - drums;David Su - additional electronics

Track Listing
CD 1:
01. Always Know / I'll Follow You (Resistible I)
02. Headlight Imprecise (Summaries I)
03. In the Audience (Disregard I)
04. Bare (Evergreen I)
05. Too Resistible / Roof (Resistible II)
06. were alone / Knowledge Clown (Evergreen II)

CD 2:
07. The End
08. Recover (Disregard II)
09. 3.5 Rotations (Evergreen III)
10. Growing Old (Evergreen IV) / Flow Like Wine (Canceled I)
11. Talk in Undertones (Resistible III)
12. Yellow Paint (Summaries II) / End of Time (Canceled II)



Press Quotes re: Evergreen:
★★★★½ “...a fascinating form of sonic installation blending wild improvisation, classical strings, disciplined unison passages and untrammeled solo excursions.” — Carlo Wolff, Downbeat

“In Zucker’s almost confrontational writing I find the vision of one who is hugely expressive. Here is a young man with a profound sense of tone and colour and how it can be wrought from diverse instrumentation to be affectingly ‘cantorial,’ expressive and hugely symphonic too.” — Raul da Gama, World Music Report

★★★★ “Evergreen (Canceled World) totally lives up to its larger-than-life sweep and scope.” — Dave Wayne, All About Jazz

“Evergreen is a rewarding example of what Brooklyn has to offer avant garde jazz-rock and demonstrates that ESP-Disk’ hasn’t lost its adventurous spirit.” — Alex Henderson, New York City Jazz Record

Acclaim for Gabriel Zucker:

"...suavely combined a symphony orchestra and a jazz band, beginning with a haunting orchestral hush and passing a gentle theme through the jazz soloists. It was a nocturne out of early Bernstein or introspective Sinatra." - Zachary Woolfe, The New York Times re:Universal at Midnight's Carnegie Hall premiere

Bach Society Prize of the Yale Music Department for being "a pianist who has excelled in solo, concerto and chamber music genres, a jazz pianist who has sustained a creative and virtuosic activity during his time at Yale, and a composer who has intensified his ambitious endeavor to find a synthesis between his art music and jazz interests."



Musicians: Delegation / Gabriel Zucker

音楽 : Talibam!-HARD VIBE(ESP-Disk')


Talibam!
HARD VIBE

Talibam! delights in creating music that cannot be pinned down within the safe-spaces of existing genres. With each new album, Talibam! reinvents their methodological palette in order to bolster a fresh clarity of joyous auditory surprise, something their fans have come to depend on. Talibam! focuses on compositional clarity, with reverence for their diverse interest in genre. On this new album they push the pulse of Motorik rhythm through a Psychedelic Jazz filter. This time out, they have created a sonic edifice so radical, so intricate in its density, that additional hands were required to bring it to life; thus was born the Talibam! Hard Vibe Band with Matt Nelson (Battle Trance, tUnE-yArDs) and Ron Stabinsky (Mostly Other People Do the Killing, Peter Evans Quintet, Relâche) joining Mottel (CSC Funk Band, Alien Whale, Nymph, Platinum Vision) and Village Voice "Best Drummer in New York" Shea (Mostly Other People Do the Killing, Rhys Chatham, People featuring Mary Halvorson).
The scientists in the Talibam! laboratory describe the results thusly: The HARD VIBE composition transforms aspects of rhythm changes into a disciplined sequence of minor key modulations to create a rigorous Hard Vibe obstacle course for the soloists over a tight melodic/rhythmic grid. Inspired by Herbie Hancock's '70s cosmic music, long-form repetitive works such as Miles Davis's On the Corner, Charlie Parker's "Salt Peanuts," Tenor Sax endurance soloists, Albert Ayler's New Grass, the legendary organ brutality of Larry Young, and the NYC Avant-Garde Rock Minimalism of Rhys Chatham and Glenn Branca, Hard Vibe maintains an infectious pulse with virtuosic structural jazz improvisation. The Jan Hammer/'80s soundtrack-inspired Keytar payoff (second half of side B) brings festival audiences to its feet in epic dance and ripping solo proportions. But those are inspirations more than ingredients. As we at ESP-Disk' are fond of saying, "You never heard such sounds in your life."
Personnel: Matthew Mottel: Fender Rhodes, synthesizer; Matt Nelson: tenor saxophone; Kevin Shea: drums; Ron Stabinsky: Hammond B3 organ; John Olson (Wolf Eyes): cover art

Track Listing:
01. Infinite Hard Vibe Pt. 1 19:44

02. Infinite Hard Vibe Pt. 2 19:21

Press Quotes: "Talibam! manage to cast themselves as a powerful rhythm section... It's pretty cool to hear the Manhattan abstracters create such a cool free jazz/free rock hybrid." - Byron Coley
"Co-conspirators Matthew Mottel and Kevin Shea have something in common with John Coxon and Ashley Wales of Spring Heel Jack in their application of multiple instruments, electronics and collaborators to create an eclectic musical milieu." - Derek Taylor
"This is wildly new music, fresh in its approach to the collision of melody, harmony and rhythm that makes for quite a soup for the songs to swim in." - Raul d'Gama Rose
"Amid the fun and exuberance a clever brain and a strong heart of integrity beats." - Lisa Thatcher

Musicians: Talibam!

音楽 : Talibam!-Endgame of the Anthropocene(ESP-Disk')


Talibam!
Endgame of the Anthropocene

Endgame of the Anthropocene marks Talibam!’s return to ESP-Disk', a partnership begun in 2009 with the highly acclaimed Boogie in the Breeze Blocks album. Talibam! is a 14-year working unit based in New York City that can be described in various ways -- as a classic keyboards/drums expanded-jazz duo, as Dadaist provocateurs with an innate love for the history of music, as a Fluxus-informed theater troupe, as an electronic ensemble inspired by Stockhausen, or as a rhythm section at the cross hair of agility, speed, punctuation, and intention. Since their inception in 2003, Talibam!’s ultimate goal has been to wed disparate ideologies through proficiency, controversy, inquiry, and compassion. Every Talibam! album attacks from a different angle; Endgame continues this tradition of each new release sounding completely different from everything they've done before, as does HARD VIBE (ESP5015), which will be released on the same day.
Talibam! has made a geopsychic prediction: after it expires in 2048, the Antarctic Treaty System will be rejected. As the rest of the planet will have been rendered uninhabitable due to wars rooted in overpopulation, global warming, and the relentless exploitation of diminishing resources, human interference and the failure to ratify will lead to international war over the sovereignty and control of Antarctica’s vast resources. Endgame of the Anthropocene is Talibam!’s first cinematic album of through-composed ecogothic geosonics. It is the soundtrack to 2048’s despotic nationalism and crumbling international infrastructure, underscoring an eco-mercantilistic tragedy and the desperate plundering of the last pristine landscape on Earth. This inevitable destruction of Antarctica’s purity marks the global-environmental endgame of the Anthropocene. Endgame of the Anthropocene is a dystopian sonic pronouncement of failed socio-environmental memes, and features Talibam!’s emergence into hyperkinetic rhythm-based instrumental/ electronic music. Syncopation via polyrhythmic electronic drum and synth pads create corporeal dance floor beats that would make a super computer perturbed. Kevin Shea is a master of cyber swing and ecowar rhythm — on this record, he keeps it android yet anthropoid, like Aphex Twin meeting a hologram Phil Collins. Keyboardist Matt Mottel anchors wide sweeps of analog synthesis — his sonic palette oscillating between the Silver Apples, Sun Ra, and Arca via an Arduino beta bass drop. This music is hallucinatory composition — electronic muzik via an ethnographic sonic landscape influenced by Parmegiani, Don Cherry, Front 242, Hailu Mergia, Vangelis, Suicide, Islam Chipsy, Stockhausen and DJ Shadow.

Personnel: Matthew Mottel: Mini Moog, Midi Synths, Yamaha CS1x, Roland Juno 1, Roland Lucina, Arp Solus ; Kevin Shea: drums, MIDI Marimba Lumina; Preston Spurlock: cover art

Track Listing:(ESP-
01. "Antarctica shall be used for peaceful purposes only" (Article 1) 11:56
02. Human Interference and the Failure to Ratify 4:08
03. Reign of Primordial Tenure on the Ice Shelf 3:01
04. The Telegenic Annexation of Territorial Expanse in the West 2:03
05. Obsequious Resources Duly Exploited De Novo 5:05
06. Breach of Ecology on the Seabed (Biodiversity in Shambles) 1:51
07. Cost-Effective Drilling Enabled by Pioneering Technologies and Warmer Climates in the Southern Ocean 6:10
08. RISE OF THE DEFENDERS OF ANTARCTICA 4:03

Press Quotes: "Talibam! manage to cast themselves as a powerful rhythm section... It's pretty cool to hear the Manhattan abstracters create such a cool free jazz/free rock hybrid" - Byron Coley
"Co-conspirators Matthew Mottel and Kevin Shea have something in common with John Coxon and Ashley Wales of Spring Heel Jack in their application of multiple instruments, electronics and collaborators to create an eclectic musical milieu." - Derek Taylor
"This is wildly new music, fresh in its approach to the collision of melody, harmony and rhythm that makes for quite a soup for the songs to swim in." - Raul d'Gama Rose
"Amid the fun and exuberance a clever brain and a strong heart of integrity beats." - Lisa Thatcher

Musicians: Talibam!

音楽 : Buck Curran-Immortal Light(ESP-Disk)


Buck Curran
Immortal Light

Immortal Light is the debut solo album by Psychedelic Folk guitarist-singer-songwriter Buck Curran. Since 2005, Buck has recorded and performed as one half of the Psych-Folk duo Arborea. To date, Arborea has released five albums, including 2013's ESP-Disk' release Fortress of the Sun, and produced two various-artist compilations (Leaves of Life, a benefit for the World Food Program, and We Are All One, In the Sun, a tribute to Robbie Basho). Buck has also produced a second tribute to Robbie Basho, Basket Full of Dragons, released on July 5, 2016 by Obsolete Recordings.
Buck's music is influenced by landscapes of nature and has developed through a decade of playing with Arborea and the experience of playing Blues and Folk throughout the 1990s. He also draws inspiration from the deep well of Folk and Rock of the 1960s (Robbie Basho, Jimi Hendrix, Tim Buckley), American Blues and Folk music of the 1930s, British Folk and Psychedelic Folk/Rock of the '60s and early '70s (Peter Green, Sandy Denny, Pentangle, Davey Graham, Nick Drake, Led Zeppelin, Martin Simpson), Indian Classical music (Pandit Nikhil Banerjee), and Jazz of the '50s and '60s (Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane).

Personnel
Buck Curran: vocals, guitars, harmonium, flute, banjo.
Shanti Deschaine: backup vocals on "New Moontide" and "Bad Moon Rising." Featured lead vocals and harmonium on "Immortal Light."

Track Listing
01. Wayfaring Summer (Reprise) (2:56)
02. New Moontide (5:29)
03. Sea of Polaris (4:59)
04. Seven Gardens to Your Shore (4:41)
05. River unto Sea (7:47)
06. Bad Moon Rising (4:00)
07. Andromeda (5:54)
08. Immortal Light (13:31)

Press Quotes: early reviews of Immortal Light

"Guitar tones linger and reverberate with a mystical translucence." - Dusted

"The wonderful new Buck Curran LP on ESP-Disk', as gorgeous a psychedelic folk record as can be in 2016." - Jeff Conklin, host of The Avant Ghetto on WFMU
Musicians: Buck Curran / Arborea

2019年9月14日土曜日

音楽 : Ivo Perelman-Ineffable Joy(ESP-Disk')


Ivo Perelman
Ineffable Joy

Release date: October 25, 2019 - available for pre-order
Prolific tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman wanted to be on ESP, because ESP's 1967 Gato Barbieri album In Search of the Mystery was an important record for Perelman, both being South American tenorists of an avant bent. So it is no coincidence that the drummer on In Search of the Mystery, Bobby Kapp (who's also on Noah Howard's second ESP-Disk', At Judson Hall (1968)), mans the kit for the present album. For that matter, the bassist, William Parker, made his recorded debut on ESP as well, playing on Frank Lowe's Black Beings (1973). And Perelman has a twenty-three-year/thirty-three-and-counting-albums collaboration with pianist Matthew Shipp, who's been associated with ESP since 2015. Kapp and Shipp are on Perelman's 2017 Leo album Tarvos, Parker and Shipp have made multiple albums with Perelman, and this is even the second time out for this quartet, after 2017's Heptagon (Leo). Somehow, though, their interplay remains fresh. Of course each player has particular gestures and general textures that recur from time to time, but like a kaleidoscope, each turn finds familiar elements recombinating into new patterns. Parker, Perelman, and Shipp frequently interweave spontaneous melodies of dazzling complexity. The free-bop of the rhythm section introduction to "Jubilation" is an unexpected delight. Kapp's skittering accents throughout are a lesson in setting a pulse without being obvious about it, with "Bliss" being a prime example. "Exuberance" crowns the album in particularly ecstatic fashion, the four players' unique and distinctive styles coming together in an exultant expression of creative freedom that's communicative and accessible. (from the liner notes)
Personnel: Ivo Perelman, tenor saxophone; Matthew Shipp, piano; William Parker, bass; Bobby Kapp, drums. Recorded April 21, 2018 at Park West Studio. Jim Clouse, engineer.

Track Listing:
1. Ecstasy 6:56
2. Ineffable Joy 3:54
3. Jubilation 7:17
4. Ebullience 3:42
5. Bliss 8:45
6. Elation 4:43
7. Rejoicing 7:33

8. Exuberance 7:21

Press Quotes (re: Heptagon): "Kapp is an excellent choice as Perelman's assessment is on the mark...'he's very sensitive to time and space. He is dancing at the drum kit...' And while the frontline rolls along with the improvisational game-plan, Kapp's buoyant timekeeping faculties add a poetic quality to the rhythmic foundation along with Parker's resonating lines and fluid attack. The artists do what they do best by creating on-the-fly works without following any rigid agendas..." - Glenn Astarita, New York City Jazz Record
"...one of the most finely realized of the albums that Perelman has released this year. It's a gem, and open eared modern jazz fans shouldn't miss it." Tim Niland, jazzandblues.blogspot

"this band feels extremely balanced and dancing. "Part One" finds Kapp and Parker locking into a delightful feeling of free time that is nevertheless in 4/4, and Shipp and Perelman connect above this like old friends." - Will Layman, PopMatters

Musicians: Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / William Parker / Bobby Kapp -

音楽 : Radical Empathy Trio-Reality and Other Imaginary Places(ESP-Disk')


Radical Empathy Trio
Reality and Other Imaginary Places

PRE-ORDER! Release date: Oct. 25, 2019 (CD), Dec. 6 (vinyl)

This album was recorded during Thollem's 2017 residency at Brooklyn-based multi-discipline mecca Pioneer Works. It's the second by Radical Empathy, which combines three uncategorizable improvisors. Michael Wimberly has been astonishing folks since his days in Charles Gayle bands and Steve Coleman & Five Elements in the early '90s, and has gone on become a composer and educator of note. Nels Cline has spent decades changing people's ideas about the role of the electric guitar in multiple contexts, ranging from Wilco to Anthony Braxton (think about that!) as well as many projects as a leader; this is his fourth album in trio with Thollem, and a fifth will follow next year, also on ESP. The heavy electronic sound of the first track, with its swathes of distortion, puts it very much in Noise territory, with Wimberly contributing coloristic accents and heavier flurries of rhythmic activity. After the twenty uncompromising minutes of "Collective Tunnels," for "Conscious Tunnels" Cline switches to a guitar tone John Abercrombie wouldn't shy away from and Thollem sits down at an acoustic piano (for a while) -- though their free improvisation is just as uncompromising. The timbres cease pacifying jazzers when blippy 1950s electronic sounds slinkily slither from the speakers. Then the piano comes back, but the guitar's tone gets dirty. Genre boundaries are crushed underfoot as the moods continue to vary wildly as "Conscious Tunnels" covers an amazing breadth of timbres and textures.
Personnel: Thollem McDonas, keyboards; Nels Cline, electric guitars; Michael Wimberly, drums. Recorded by Justin Frye at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY Sept. 13, 2017.

Track Listing:
Side A/track 1: Collective Tunnels 20:06
Side B/track 2: Conscious Tunnels 19:21

Press Quotes:
"Subtle alterations, treatments, processes. Relentless kinetic energy. Above all, an appreciation for how to find and hang on to your place in a narrative unfolding at speed. For the fact that structure is not what is imposed, but what is revealed." - Fred Frith (liner notes for the first Radical Empathy album, released on Relative Pitch in 2015)
"Church jams and death rays, soap operas and noir escapes, psychedelia and electrocutions -- no matter where the conversation turns, ...McDonas and... Cline are right on top of it. The tumbling, rattling drums of Michael Wimberly ...lend this improvising trio the feel of the '60s avant..." - Greg Burk, MetalJazz
"This moody and wonderful album...is an excellent example of three fellow travelers listening deeply to each other and creating an album of mesmerizing depth and texture." - Paul Acquaro, The Free Jazz Collective
"Thollem is a bruising virtuoso who has deconstructed free music, classical, blues, electronic music, prog, noise, and everything in between." - Brad Cohan, Bandcamp
"Thollem might be a musician, or he might be some kind of wizard scientist...the experience might melt your mind." - The Denver Westword
"A true guitar polymath, Nels Cline has tackled everything from gothic country rock with the Geraldine Fibbers to a full remake of John Coletrane's late improvisational masterwork, Interstellar Space." - Rolling Stone, "Top 100 Guitarists"
"With a career starting in the late seventies and over 100 albums under his belt, Nels Cline is one of the most influential guitarists and composers today." - NPR

Musicians: Thollem McDonas / Nels Cline / Michael Wimberly

音楽 : Tales from the Skinny Apartment(ESP-Disk')


Tales from the Skinny Apartment

PRE-ORDER!!
Release date November 8, 2019
Painted Faces is the long (strange/trip) running voyage of weirdo David Drucker, began in Florida in 2009 and decamped to NYC in 2011. It has sometimes been a loose band in the past with a revolving lineup of outsiders and interlopers (known as The Freak Band), but is usually a solo endeavor, and the bulk of the recordings have been done as such. PF has always been a home recording solo project, one-man-band style heavy on psychOdelic/outsider folk/noise/experimental vibes. He started self releasing CD-Rs in the early days and quickly jumped to tapes on a variety of labels including Already Dead, Lava Church, J&C, Null Zone, Tall Tapes. A "legendary" CD compilation on Gulcher Records and an LP from Already Dead and Almost Halloween Time in Italy brings us to the here and now. Tales from the Skinny Apartment is somewhere around the 20th or so Painted Faces release...he has long lost count.
Drucker runs/curates gigs (and records at) the Skinny Apartment, his dwelling place in Ridgewood Queens, which some folks have called the "realest DIY zone in NYC." He also rips in Dead River Company, Big Hiatus, Shecky, Canyon River Blues and countless other unknown subterranean improv zoner outfits. "Ripping" involves keeping it freaky and weird and ripping sets wherever/whenever, ie always being down to perform whether in a kitchen or a packed ballroom....no diva bullshit, just plugging in (or going sans electricity) and playing...always giving it your all...Ridgewood Rippers are the crew of artists that populate Ridgewood and the loose "scene" around the Skinny Apartment...much of it is in jest, a self-inflated mythology of nonsense which is pervasive in all rock and roll "scene" histories. As a student of rock/pop history, Drucker is fascinated by the loose associations that connect folks from various zones together...i.e. Miles Davis and The Grateful Dead...it's all the same though, the labels and genre distinctions are completely arbitrary. We're all in this together, now more than ever...to be a "ripper" is simply to "rip"...no nonsense!
Painted Faces has toured all over the USA and Canada numerous times, spreading the ripper gospels, and is gearing up for the second European tour with fellow ripper Anura. He is known for falling apart on "stage," with performances heavy on humor, horror, stoned digressions, and cathartic bouts of therapy, part performance art/part standup comedy, eradicating the lines between performer, performance, and audience one show at a time.
Tracklist
1. Chicks That Are into Beefheart (and Jandek) 3:24
2. Florida Bat Salad 1:05
3. Nightmare on Drucker Street 4:37
4. I Took Too Much Acid in 7th Grade 4:22
5. Island of Tragedy 3:04
6. Follow Me Down on Instagram 1:58
7. Seafood Special 3:59
8. My Mom Was a Hebrew School Teacher 4:14
9. Massachussetts Is a Magical Place 4:21
10. The Ridgewood Ripper 5:18
11. I Don't Want to Listen to Your Tape (Cellar Dweller) 8:23
Total time 44:35

All Music Written & Recorded by David Drucker at The Skinny Apartment in Ridgewood, Queens, 2017
Featuring Mike Green (Mezzanine Swimmers) on guitars on "I Took Too Much Acid in 7th Grade"
Cop Funeral on electronics on "Seafood Special"
Chris “Mr Transylvania” Shields on background vocals on "Massachussetts Is a Magical Place"
Eva “Nighttime” Goodman on violin & backing vocals on "The Ridgewood Ripper"

音楽 : Peter Lemer-Son of Local Colour(ESP-Disk')



Peter Lemer
Son of Local Colour

PRE-ORDER! Release date: October 25, 2019

The core of this group – four of the five musicians listed below – recorded an LP for ESP-Disk' in 1966. The plan, conceived the year after the 50th anniversary of the recording session, was to reunite the original quintet, which had existed for six months back in '66, but unfortunately Nisar Ahmad (George) Khan, tenor saxophonist on the original album, came down with something and couldn't appear. Alan Skidmore (Lemer bandmate in SOS) was deputized and, as all familiar with his career would expect and you will hear, came through with flying local colours at the concert on February 20, 2018 at noted London jazz club Pizza Express. Four months later, Jon Hiseman passed away at age 73 after battling a brain tumor. Five of the original album's six compositions are reprised, but with more room to stretch out on them in the concert context. New to Lemer's ESP discography are Lemer's tribute to British saxophonist/frequent Lemer bandmate Dick Heckstall-Smith, "Big Dick"; Surman's "URH"; and a wild interpretation of Coltrane's "Impressions."
Personnel: John Surman, baritone and soprano saxophones; Alan Skidmore, tenor saxophone; Peter Lemer, piano; Tony Reeves, double bass; Jon Hiseman, drums

Track Listing:
01. Ciudad Enahenado 9:50
02. Ictus 8:56
03. Flowville 9:18
04. Carmen 7:08
05. Impressions 9:11
06. Big Dick 9:26
07. URH 6:05
08. In the Out 9:05

Compositions by Peter Lemer, except "Ictus" (Carla Bley), "URH" (John Surman), and "Impressions" (John Coltrane).
Press for the original album: "...another ESP-Disk gem back from the massive archives of one of the finest labels in avant-garde jazz." – Forced Exposure
Press for the reunion: "Reading from demanding scores, Surman and Skidmore welded an inspired, rock-solid brass section alongside the nuanced bass dialogues from Reeves, Hiseman’s structurally intense percussion and Lemer’s keyboard effervescence. ... Spells of tough, tight synchronisation, expressive solos from Surman and Skidmore deep in to their power station delivery, Reeves’ sensitively syncopated bass lines and discreet pummelling by Hiseman complemented Lemer’s brightly illuminated piano flights." - Geoff Winston, London Jazz News https://londonjazznews.com/2018/02/22/review-peter-lemer-quintet-son-of-local-colour-at-pizza-express/

"Peter had conceived his compositions in era before the term jazz-fusion had come into common currency and their success lies in the clever blending of arrangements and definable themes while allowing space for cutting edge improvisation. ... But it was on John Coltrane’s high-flying 'Impressions' that the group moved into top gear with brilliant soprano solos from Surman an[d] ever more heated tenor from Skidmore, not to mention an explosive Hiseman interlude." - Chris Welch http://chriswelchonline.com/peter-lemer-quintet/

Musicians: Peter Lemer

2019年9月5日木曜日

書籍 : 大鴉 エドガア・アラン・ポオ著 日夏耿之介譯


大鴉 エドガア・アラン・ポオ著

日夏耿之介譯  昭和24年  特製150部  函・帙

冬至書房刊行

書籍 : 大鴉 エドガア・アラン・ポオ著 日夏耿之介譯


大鴉 エドガア・アラン・ポオ著 
 

日夏耿之介譯  昭和11年  初版カバ

光昭館書店刊行



書籍 : 西脇順三郎 シュルレアリスム文学論


西脇順三郎 -シュルレアリスム文学論

昭和5年11月

天人社より初版発行。外装なしで完本.

2019年9月1日日曜日

音楽 : Bourbonese Qualk ‎– Archive 1980 - 1986


Bourbonese Qualk ‎– Archive 1980 - 1986

Vinyl-on-demand ‎– VOD147
4 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Box Set, Limited Edition, Numbered
Germany
Dec 2016
Electronic
Experimental, Industrial

収録曲
A1
Victims
Bass Guitar, Electronics – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
3:25
A2
Unthinkable
Electronics [Homemade], Tape – Simon Crab
4:23
A3
Same Again
Percussion, Tape – Simon Crab
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
1:47
A4
Blank Vatican
Percussion [Electronic], Clarinet, Guitar – Simon Crab
2:54
A5
Blistajooja
Bass Guitar, Electronics – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
1:39
A6
Flexible Response
Guitar, Melodica – Simon Crab
3:
A7
Flow
Percussion [Electronic], Clarinet, Loops [Tape] – Simon Crab
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
4:51
A8
Unknown TRK
Tape, Guitar – Simon Crab
1:39
A9
The Joke's Over
Melodica, Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
Tape, Guitar, Clarinet, Percussion [Electronic] – Simon Crab
3:08
B1
I've Heard Some Talk
Tape, Clarinet – Simon Crab
1:41
B2
White Noise And Silver Rain
Tape, Instruments – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
1:12
B3
Woman And The Sun
Loops [Tape], Clarinet – Simon Crab
2:14
B4
People
Bass Guitar, Guitar, Percussion [Electronic] – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree (2)
3:34
B5
Gravity
Tape, Guitar – Simon Crab
0:41
B6
Stretches
Tape, Electronics, Trumpet – Simon Crab
2:18
B7
Apart From That...
Tape, Clarinet – Simon Crab
0:39
B8
Origin Unknown
Electronics – Simon Crab
3:52
B9
The Expected
Clarinet, Percussion – Simon Crab
1:02
B10
Afraid To Ask
Melodica, Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
Percussion [Electronic], Bass Guitar – Simon Crab
2:05
B11
Viridian Injury
Tape, Guitar, Electronics – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
4:09
B12
Other Parts
Tape, Electronics – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
3:37
C1
Contradictions
Tape, Electronics – Simon Crab
2:16
C2
Out There
Tape, Electronics – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
3:13
C3
Largactyl
Instruments [Various] – Ted Crabtree
Tape, Electronics, Instruments [Various] – Simon Crab
2:45
C4
Initiation Rite
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
Tape, Electronics, Percussion – Simon Crab
2:13
C5
Stereomania
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
Tape, Electronics, Percussion – Simon Crab
3:06
C6
Hold On
Tape, Percussion [Electronic] – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Ted Crabtree
2:24
C7
Work Rhythms In May
Tape, Electronics – Simon Crab
4:49
C8
Under The City
Loops [Tape], Clarinet – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
3:21
C9
Mystery Dance
Loops [Tape], Bass Guitar, Guitar – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
3:56
D1
Filth
Loops [Tape], Bass Guitar, Guitar – Simon Crab
Voice – Julian Gilbert
3:16
D2
Blackout 1.
Guitar, Bass Guitar, Percussion – Simon Crab
0:39
D3
White City
Bass Guitar, Clarinet, Percussion [Electronic] – Simon Crab
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
3:55
D4
Blackout 2.
Guitar, Bass Guitar – Simon Crab
0:43
D5
Sunset Sex
Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboards – Simon Crab
Keyboards – Julian Gilbert
2:15
D6
Succubare
Loops [Tape], Electronics – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
5:08
D7
Return To Order
Electronics, Percussion, Violin – Simon Crab
Vocals, Percussion – Julian Gilbert
3:22
D8
Lost Time
Guitar, Violin, Bass Guitar – Simon Crab
1:36
D9
Rapture
Percussion [Electronic], Tape – Simon Crab
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
1:49
D10
Waves
Bass Guitar, Guitar, Tape – Simon Crab
1:52
D11
Exposure
Electronics, Tape – Simon Crab
3:12
E1
Papal Order
Bass Guitar, Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
Guitar – Simon Crab
3:53
E2
Moving Forward
Loops [Tape], Bass Guitar, Violin – Simon Crab
Vocals – Julian Gilbert
3:28
E3
Badlands
Percussion [Electronic] – Simon Crab
Percussion, Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
5:11
E4
Exposure
Percussion [Electronic], Clarinet, Violin – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
1:28
E5
In The Flesh
Loops [Tape], Electronics, Clarinet, Percussion – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
5:59
E6
Unknown TRK
Electronics, Guitar, Clarinet – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
7:02
F1
Bethlem
Percussion [Electronic], Bass Guitar, Guitar, Tape – Simon Crab
Vocals, Lyrics By – Julian Gilbert
2:42
F2
Drex
Guitar – Simon Crab
1:52
F3
Meatrack
Vocals, Percussion, Bass Guitar, Guitar – Julian Gilbert
3:18
F4
Under Observation
Guitar – Julian Gilbert
Guitar, Percussion [Electronic] – Simon Crab
2:43
F5
Blackout
Percussion [Electronic], Synthesizer – Simon Crab
Vocals – Nigel Ayers
2:32
F6
Neb Kheperi
Guitar – Simon Crab
1:49
F7
Into Innocence
Electronics – Simon Crab
Lyrics By, Vocals – Julian Gilbert
4:09
F8
Going Through The Motions
Loops [Tape], Violin, Bass Guitar – Simon Crab
Vocals – Julian Gilbert
1:54
F9
Exit
Guitar – Simon Crab
1:39
F10
Lullaby
Electronics – Simon Crab
Percussion – Unknown Artist
3:40
G1
New Jerusalem
Electronics, Bass Guitar, Guitar, Vocals – Simon Crab
4:13
G2
10 Minutes Of Rough Mixes 1
Guitar, Electronics – Simon Crab
2:24
G3
100 Years
Electronics, Vocals, Guitar – Simon Crab
2:48
G4
Lullaby
Electronics, Shenai – Simon Crab
2:42
G5
Bourbonese Qualk's 1
Electronics, Vocals, Guitar – Simon Crab
2:28
G6
Accidental 2
Electronics, Tape, Bass Guitar, Guitar, Percussion – Simon Crab
Percussion, Vocals – Various
4:10
G7
Cupid's Itch
Electronics, Shenai – Simon Crab
Percussion – Unknown Artist
2:49
G8
10 Minutes Of Rough Mixes 2
Electronics, Electronic Wind Instrument, Percussion – Simon Crab
Percussion – Various
3:43
G9
Northern Soul
Percussion [Electronic], Voice, Electronics – Simon Crab
0:54
G10
Black And Blues
Guitar, Percussion [Electronic], Electronics – Simon Crab
2:16
H1
Forget
Electronics, Percussion, Bass Guitar – Simon Crab
2:38
H2
No
Electronics, Vocals, Lyrics By – Simon Crab
4:49
H3
Compromises
Electronics, Vocals, Lyrics By – Simon Crab
2:16
H4
Trapped
Electronics, Vocals, Lyrics By – Simon Crab
3:27
H5
Bourbonese Qualk's 2
Electronics, Percussion, Clarinet – Simon Crab
Percussion – Unknown Artist
4:46
H6
Lullaby
Electronics, Percussion – Simon Crab
1:02
H7
Kinglake
Electronics, Voice, Percussion – Simon Crab
Percussion – Unknown Artist
2:17
H8
Seen It All Before
Electronics, Voice, Percussion – Simon Crab
Percussion – Unknown Artist
3:15
H9
Chomutov
Electronics, Voice, Percussion – Simon Crab
Percussion – Unknown Artist
2:14
H10
Lullaby
Electronics – Simon Crab
2:27

会社名など
Recorded At – Sandbaggers

クレジット
Compiled By – Simon Crab
Mastered By – Jos Smolders

ノート
Limited to 400 numbered box set. Comes with four numbered certificates and a fold-out poster.
The VOD subscriber's edition additionally includes a T-Shirt.

A1: Recorded live at the Sandbaggers Club, Southport, 6th August 1980. Previously unreleased.
A2, A4, A5, B2, B4, B11: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Cast Loose Red Net' cassette album on the 'Recloose Organisation' label in 1981.
A3, A6, A8, B5, B10: Recorded in Southport, 1980. Previously unreleased.
A7, B12: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Us' cassette album on the 'Recloose Organisation' label in 1981.
A9, B8, B9: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Half Erased' cassette album on the 'Recloose Organisation' label in 1981.
B1, B3, B7: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Sudden Departure' cassette album on the Recloose Organisation compilation LP LOOSE 01 in 1981.
B6: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Hate's Our Belief' compilation cassette in 1983 on the 'Aquilifer Sodality' label, Italy..

C1: Recorded in Southport, 1981. Previously unreleased.
C2, C3: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Us' cassette album on the 'Recloose Organisation' label in 1981.
C4: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Half Erased' cassette album on the 'Recloose Organisation' label in 1981.
C5: Recorded in Southport, 1980 and released on the 'Cast Loose Red Net' cassette album on the 'Recloose Organisation' label in 1981.
C6: Recorded in Southport, 1980. Previously unreleased.
C7: Recorded in London, 1982. Previously unreleased.
C8: Recorded in 1982 and released in 1982 on the 'Elephant Table Album' compilation LP, X Tract records, UK 1983.
C9, D1: Recorded in London in 1983 and released on 'The Extinction' compilation cassette on the Italian 'The Scream No7' label and magazine in 1984.
D2, D4, D11: Recorded in 1983 and released in 1985 on the 'Hartmann / Bourbonese Qualk - Music While You Work' cassette album on the Italian ADN label (ADN 09).
D3: Previously unreleased.
D5: Recorded in London in 1984 and released in 1984 on the 'Something Stirs' compilation LP on the UK 'Adventures In Reality' label.
D6: Recorded at the Ambulance Station, London in 1985 and released in 1985 on the 'Sex and Bestiality' cassette compilation for the French 'Bain Total' label.
D7: Recorded at the Ambulance Station, London in 1984 and released in 1984 on the 'Que Faisiez-Vous Derrière L'Oreille? #4' cassette compilation on the French 'QFVDLO' label.
D8: Recorded in 1984 at the Ambulance Station, London and released in 1984 on the 'Live Series 1' compilation cassette on the 'Recloose Organisation' label (originally attributed to 'Infection').
D9, D10: Recorded in 1985 at the Ambulance Station, London. Previously unreleased.

E1, E4, F3, F7: Recorded in 1984 at the Ambulance Station, London and released in 1985 on the cassette album 'Music While You Work - Hartmann / Bourbonese Qualk' on the Italian ADN label.
E2: Recorded in 1983, released in 1984 on the 'Necromicon' compilation cassette for the Spanish 'Necromicon' label. A version of this track appears on the 'Hope' LP as 'Dereliction'.
E3: Recorded in 1983 at the Ambulance Station, London. Previously unreleased.
E5: Recorded in 1983 and released in 1983 on the 'The Last Supper' cassette compilation on the U.K 'Adventures In Reallity' label.
E6: Recorded in 1983. Previously unreleased.
F1: Recorded in 1985 at the Ambulance Station, London and released in 1985. Previously unreleased.
F2, F6, F9: Recorded in 1984 at the Ambulance Station, London. Previously unreleased.
F4: Recorded in 1985 at the Ambulance Station, Old Kent Rd, London. Previously unreleased.
F5: Recorded in 1985 at Sterile Studio, London and released on the Sterile Records miner's strike benefit compilation album "Here We Go' in 1985.
F8: Originally recorded in 1983 and released in 1984 on 'The History of Jazz' cassette compilation on the Belgian 'L'Agence Des Refusés' label.
F10: Recorded in 1985 at the Ambulance Station, Old Kent Rd, London. From an unreleased album of Lullabies.

G1, G3: Recorded in London, 1986 and released in 1986 on the Recloose Organisation compilation album 'Songs from the New International'.
G2: Recorded in London in 1986 and released on the '6X10=60' cassette compilation on the Netherlands 'Korm Plastics' label in 1986.
G4: Recorded in 1986. From an unreleased album of Lullabies.
G5, H5: Recorded in 1986 and released on the 'Nemesis 2' compilation cassette for the Italian 'Nemesis' label in 1987.
G6: Recorded at the Ambulance Station, London in 1985 and released on the 'Golgota!' compilation cassette on the Swedish 'Respublika' label in 1986.
G7: Recorded in London in 1986 for BBC Radio 1 'John Peel Show' session which was broadcast 11th March 1987.
G8: Recorded in 1985 and released on the '6X10=60' cassette compilation on the 'Korm Plastics', Netherlands, 1986.
G9: Recorded in 1986 and released on the 'An Der Schönen Blauen Donau' compilation LP on the Belgian 'Home Produkt' label in 1986.
G10: Recorded in 1985 and released on the 1987 on 'Insomnia Vol1' compilation cassette on the American 'We Never Sleep' label.
H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9: Recorded in 1986. Previously unreleased.
H2: Recorded in London in 1986. Previously unreleased.
H6: Recorded in 1986. From an unreleased album of Lullabies.
H10: Recorded in 1986 and released in 1987 on the 'Nightlands' compilation album on the UK 'Final Image' label.

A8 is listed as "Unknown Trk" on the sleeve.
A9 is listed as "The Jokes' Over" on the sleeve.
D8 and D9 are both numbered 8 on the sleeve.
Label erroneously lists "10 Minutes Of Rough Mixes 3" between G9 and G10.

バーコードとその他の識別子
Other (Catalog Number LP1): VOD147.1
Other (Catalog Number LP2): VOD147.2
Other (Catalog Number LP3): VOD147.3
Other (Catalog Number LP4): VOD147.4



Bourbonese Qualk ‎– Laughing Afternoon

Recloose Organisation ‎– LOOSE 004
Vinyl, LP, Album
UK
Nov 1983
Electronic
Experimental, Industrial

収録曲
A1
God With Us

A2
Idiot Pain

A3
Barcelona Telephone Exchange

A4
Freefall

A5
Blood Orange Bargain Day

A6
Behind Closed Doors

B1
Qualk Street

B2
To Hell With The Consequences

B3
Building Jerusalem

B4
Feast Of Trumpets

B5
Virgin Ears, Virgin Eyes

B6
Spanner In The Works

B7
Mystery Dance

会社名など
Recorded At – Recloose Studios, London
Produced At – Recloose Studios, London
Pressed By – MPO

クレジット
Drums, Percussion – Steven Tanza
Guitar, Bass, Clarinet, Violin, Tape – Simon Crabtree*
Producer, Recorded By – Bourbonese Qualk
Voice, Instruments [Selected] – Julian Gilbert

ノート
Recorded and produced at Recloose Studios in Camberwell, South London in 1983.

Repressed already in January 1984.

バーコードとその他の識別子
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): LOOSE 004 A¹ MPO
Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): LOOSE 004 B¹ MPO

80年代には名門ADNやClub Moral等を含む多くのレーベルにカセットやLPを残し、2016年にはVinyl-on-demandの手により1980~1986年までの4LPアーカイヴボックスまで制作された、1979年から2003年まで活動したUKのストレンジ実験音楽/インダストリアル・グループBourbonese Qualk。先行してPlatform 23 Records & MannequinよりLPフォーマット版が出ていた、83年リリースの傑作1st LP [Laughing Afternoon]が遂に初のCDフォーマット再発!! まさにDIYエレクトロニックという表現がハマる、見事過ぎるコラージュセンスを用いパンクからミニマル、インダストリアル、ロービート、更にはダブっぽいトラックまでを構築。更にCD版にはLPリイシュー版には収録されなかった3つのボーナストラックが追加されています。数あるKlanggalerie再発群の中でも重要な一枚。(CDリイシュー版より)



Bourbonese Qualk ‎– Hope


Recloose Organisation ‎– LOOSE 007 g
Vinyl, LP, Album
UK
Sep 1984
Electronic
Industrial, Experimental

収録曲
A1
Erector
2:37
A2
Sunset Sex
6:13
A3
Invocation
3:54
A4
Cold Blood
1:50
A5
Head Stop
3:33
A6
Mission England
2:51
B1
Dereliction
4:44
B2
Black Madonna
3:12
B3
Gag
4:28
B4
Something In The Air
4:10
B5
There Is No Night
2:41

会社名など
Pressed By – MPO

クレジット
Drums – Steven Tanza
Guitar – Simon Crab
Voice – Julian Gilbert

ノート
Written and recorded by the group during 1983-1984 at their newly occupied headquarters, the notorious "ambulance station".

No printed track durations, credits for performers only (not mentioning their instruments).

バーコードとその他の識別子
Matrix / Runout (Side A - etched): LOOSE 007 A¹ MPO
Matrix / Runout (Side B - etched): LOOSE 007 B¹ MPO

2019年8月28日水曜日

音楽 : Giorgio Gaslini & Jean-Luc Ponty ‎– Fabbrica occupata


Giorgio Gaslini & Jean-Luc Ponty ‎– Fabbrica occupata


Produttori Associati ‎– PA/LP 51
Vinyl, LP, Album, gatefold
Italy
1974
Jazz
Free Jazz

収録曲
A
Fabbriccato Occupata (1a parte)
Composer – Giorgio Gaslini
18:45
B1
Fabbriccato Occupata (2a parte)
Composer – Giorgio Gaslini
5:55
B2
The Woman I Love
Composer – Giorgio Gaslini
7:28

クレジット
Bass – Bruno Tommaso
Drums – Tony Oxley
Electronic Violin – Jean-Luc Ponty
Flute – Gianni Bedori
Liner Notes – Franco Fayenz
Piano – Giorgio Gaslini
Producer – Roberto Dané
Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy
Tenor Saxophone – Gianni Bedori
Trombone – Paul Rutherford
Trumpet – Harry Becket

ノート
Recorded October 27/28 and December 13/14 1973.

2019年8月26日月曜日

音楽 : Toshiyuki Tsuchitori, Ryuichi Sakamoto ‎– Disappointment-Hateruma


Toshiyuki Tsuchitori, Ryuichi Sakamoto ‎– Disappointment-Hateruma

ALM Records ‎– AL-7
New Improvisational Music –
Vinyl, LP, Album
Japan
1976
Electronic, Jazz, Classical
Experimental, Free Improvisation

収録曲
A
綾 (Aya)
20:06
B1
器の中 (Utsuwa No Naka)
6:10
B2
α / Φ (Music Differencielle 1°)
13:50
B3
∫ / 𝔷 (Music Differencielle 2°)
6:10

ノート
500 copies pressed. Sound sources: drums, gong, grand piano, bells, wood blocks, bamboo clutters, EMS synthesizer, VoiceSubway, Thumb piano, etc, etc.

音楽 : Seikatsu Kōjyō Iinkai ‎– Seikatsu Kōjyō Iinkai


Seikatsu Kōjyō Iinkai ‎– Seikatsu Kōjyō Iinkai


Not On Label (Seikatsu Kōjyō Iinkai Self-released) ‎– Ski No. 1, ALM Records ‎– AL-10
Vinyl, LP, Album
Japan
1975
Jazz
Free Jazz

収録曲
A
Stravizauls
Written-By – Yori Harada*
21:54
B1
Kim
Written-By – Kappo*
23:05
B2
Not So Long Don
Written-By – Kappo*
1:59

会社名など
Record Company – Kojima Recordings, Inc.
Recorded At – Studio WE

クレジット
Alto Saxophone – Kazutokion "Kappo" Umezu*
Bass – William Parker
Design, Photography By – Rainer Gross
Drums – Rashid Shinan*
Engineer – Ali Abuwi
Piano, Bass Clarinet – Yoriyuki Harada
Trumpet – Ahmed Abdullah

ノート
Recorded at Studio WE, August 11th, 1975