Spjärnsvallet a group of musicians including Bengt 'Beche' Berger (drummer and percussionist), Kjell Westling and Christer Bothén. A hot mix of musical idioms of India, Africa, Sweden and the U.S."the name spjärnsvallet popped up in a dream, it was kjell westlings dream" kjell & bengt have played in arbete och fritid as well as many other constellations "instrumental jazzrock influenced from folkmusic all over the world" Colorful album, that everybody may find something special.
Label: Columbia - CK 52956
Saxophone [Tenor], Composer – David S. Ware (1, 4, 6)
Bass – William Parker
Drums – Mark Edwards (4)
Piano – Matthew Shipp
Recorded on 10, 11 December 1991 at The Power Station, NYC.
Label: Comet Records – CD 017
01 - Eko - Kilimandjaro my home
02 - Kelenkye band - Jungle Music
03 - Richard Raux and Hamsa - A Coltrane
05 - Georges Edouard Nouel - Meci bon dieu
07 - Alfred Panou and Art Ensemble of Chicago - Je suis un sauvage
08 - Les Dums - La danse des grands singes nus
09 - Michel Sardaby - Welcome new warmth
10 - Roots Foundation - Make It funky
11 - Julian Bahulas Jazz Afrika - Woza cindi
12 - Louis Xavier - Steps
Label: Strata-East – SES-7420
Bass [Fender] – Branch
Bells – Ngoma Ya Uhuru
Congas – Babatunde*, Simbo (tracks: 2, 5)
Drums – Babatunde
Flute – Plunky Nkabinde
Percussion – Al Hammel Rasul, Plunky Nkabinde
Piano – Al Hammel Rasul
Saxophone [Soprano] – Plunky Nkabinde
Saxophone [Tenor] – Plunky Nkabinde
Shekere – Al Hammel Rasul
Vocals [Poetry] – Ngoma Ya Uhuru
Whistle – Babatunde
Recorded June, 1974 at Eastern Recording Studios, Richmond, Virginia.
Originally released by Strata-East Records, SES7420, 1974.
Tracks 7, 8 are bonus tracks recorded live at The Brooklyn, NY Cultural Center, The East in 1973.
Hessischer Rundfunk, Sendesaal, 28. Deutsches Jazzfestival 1997.
Foday Musa Suso,kora,voc
Label: Sweet Earth Records – SER 1006
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Drums, Percussion – Stephen McCraven
Bass – Jack Gregg
Piano, Percussion – Michel Graillier
Saxophone [Alto, Soprano], Percussion – Sulaiman Hakim
Saxophone [Tenor, Soprano], Percussion – Richard Raux
Recorded at Ramses studio, April 14, 1979.
Mixed on April 22, 1979.
Mastered at Masterdisk Studios, NYC.
Music from the bulgarian vaults with a touch of deep feeling. Those who love the music of ECM
Records im sure will enjoy this peace of art here also.
Dobromira Vaklinova - klarinet, voices
Iliya Velichkov - voices
Ivailo Hristov - drums
Veselin Koychev - synth-bass
Recorded 2003 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
JUDNELL LP 1001 1970
Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Alto Flute – Ronnie Laws
Bass – Ed Rose
Conga – Mike O'Connor
Drums – Bubbha Thomas, William Jefferies
Guitar – Kenny Abair
Tenor Sax – Doug Harris
Trombone – Joe Singleton
Trumpet – Carl Adams
Recorded on 26th June 1970.
Here's the title track from this incredibly rare Texas joint on Judnell. The first recording of the Lightmen, before they went on to produce Fancy Pants and Energy Control Center as the "plus one" line-up.
Since people of African decent in America began to openly question the constitution of the United States over their rights as American citizens, a new frontier of thinking among all the people has developed. Among those in the struggle in Houston, Texas, Bubbha Thomas is very active in fighting to achieve not only our civil rights but out human rights as well. I asked him at a Sunday morning rehearsal, "How free are black people in America? ... after giving the question some serious thought, Bubbha replied, "free as they wanna be." With the answer to the question came the name to a tune i had written, the title tune of this album. After the head of tune, there should be no sense of time; each muscian has the freedom to be free musically, as he can imagine himself.
Label: Segue – SEG-1002
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Directed By [Musical Director] – Nathan Davis
Bass – Richard Davis
Drums – Alan Dawson
Liner Notes – Bill Powell
Piano – Roland Hanna
Producer – George Bacasa
Recorded By, Mixed By – Olaf Kuuskler
Recorded at WRS Recording Studios, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Label: Mainstream Records
Catalog#: MRL 397
Format: Vinyl, LP, Gatefold
Credits: Acoustic Guitar - Jack Wilkins , Roland Prince
Bass [Acoustic, Fender] - Clint Houston
Congas - Lawrence Killian
Drums - Darryl Washington , David Lee, Jr.
Electric Piano - Hal Galper
Flute - Mario Rivera (2) , Pete Yellin*
Percussion - Angel Allendй*
Producer - Bob Shad
Saxophone [Alto] - Pete Yellin*
Saxophone [Tenor, Soprano, Baritone] - Mario Rivera (2)
Trombone - Barry Rogers
Label: Nimbus West Records 357
Recorded February to June 1979 at the Imannuel United Church of Christ, 85th and Holmes, Los Angeles.The U.G.M.A.A (Union Of God's Musicians & Artists Ascension) Foundation was involved.
Bass – Alan Hines, Roberto Miranda
Drums – Billy Hinton
Flute – Adele Sebastian, Aubrey Hart
Percussion – Daa'oud Woods
Piano, Co-producer – Horace Tapscott
Saxophone [Baritone] – John Williams
Saxophone [Soprano] – Billy Harris
Saxophone [Tenor] – Sabia Matteen
Trombone – Lester Robinson
Billy Harper - 1980 - The Believer
Label: Baystate – RVJ-6083,
Label: Baystate – RVJ-6083,
Bass – Greg Maker
Composed By – Billy Harper
Coordinator – Missey Cecil
Design – Masatami Togo
Drums – Malcolm Pinson
Engineer [Assistant] – Garry Rindfuss, Garry Rindfuss
Engineer [Recording & Mixing ] – Bill Sheniman*
Mastered By – Tohru Kotetsu
Photography By [Additional] – David Tan
Photography By [Cover] – Yasuhina Yoneda
Piano – Armen Donelian
Producer – Fumimaru Kawashiwa, Yoshio Ozawa
Tenor Saxophone – Billy Harper
Trumpet – Everett Hollins
|Al Jarreau - 1977 - Look To The Rainbow (Live recorded in Europe)|
Recorded live in Europe between January and February 1977.
Al Jarreau (vocals),
Tom Canning (keyboards),
Lynn Blessing (vibraphone),
Abraham Laboriel (bass),
Joe Correro (drums).
|Steve Grossman - 1977 - Born At The Same Time|
Release Date: 1977
Recording Date: Nov 25, 1977
Steve Grossman - Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Patrice Caratini - Bass
Michel Graillier - Piano
Daniel Humair - Drums
5 - March Nineteen