Thursday, April 23, 2015

PGP RTB – Sastanak U Studiju (Meeting In Studio) - I / II / III (3LPs-1960/1961)



PGP RTB - Sastanak U Studiju (Meeting In Studio) - LP-1960
Jerome Richardson / Boško Petrović And Others

Label: PGP RTB – LP 401
Format: Vinyl, 10 inch, Album / Country: Yugoslavia
Released: 1960
Style: Hard Bop, Improvisation
Recorded in RTB Studio VI, Belgrade, 16 June 1960, Yugoslavia
Reviewer – Svetolik Jakovljević
Responsible Editor – Stanko Terzić

A1 - Dve Pesme (Two Songs) ................................ 6:37
        (By – Julius Watkins)
A2 - Zašto U Bluzu (Way In Blues) ........................ 6:22
        (By – Jerome Richardson)
B1 - Nežna Flauta (Minor Flute) ............................. 7:39
        (By – Jerome Richardson)
B2 - Noć U Tunisu (Night In Tunisia) ...................... 5:40
        (By – Dizzy Gillespie)

Jerome Richardson – tenor sax, flute
Julius Watkins – french horn
Boško Petrović – vibraphone
Davor Kajfeš – piano
George "Buddy" Catlett – bass
Joe Harris – drums, percussion



PGP RTB - II Sastanak U Studiju (II Meeting In Studio) - LP-1961
Jack Dieval And His Quartet with E. Sadjil & P. Ivanović

Label: PGP RTB – LP 406
Format: Vinyl, 10 inch, LP, Album / Country: Yugoslavia
Released: 1961
Style: Hard Bop, Improvisation
Recorded in RTB Studio VI, Belgrade, 1961, 4-5 March, Yugoslavia
Reviewer – Svetolik Jakovljević
Responsible Editor – Stanko Terzić

Jack Dieval And His Quartet with Eduard Sadjil and Predrag Ivanović
A1- Novčići S Neba (Coins From Heaven) .................................. 6:42
        tenor saxophone – Sadjil / trumpet – Predrag Ivanović
        (written-by – Johnston, Burke)
A2 - Mesečina U Vermontu (Moonlight In Vermont) .................. 2:53
         trumpet [solo] – Predrag Ivanović
A3 - Gloria .................................................................................... 2:45
         tenor saxophone [Solo] – Eduard Sadjil
         (written-By – René Miselvia)

Jack Dieval And His Quartet In Belgrade
B1 - Tema Br. 4 ............................................................................ 5:06
         (by – Aleksandar Nećak)
B2 - Moj Rodni Kraj (My Birthplace) .......................................... 5:24
         (written-by – Ivo Robić)
B3 - Srećan Put (Have A Nice Trip) ............................................. 4:08
         (written-By – Milan Kotlić)

Jack Dieval – piano
François Jeanneau – tenor sax
Bernard Vitet – flugelhorn
Jackues Hess – bass
Art Taylor – drums
Predrag Ivanović – trumpet
Eduard Sadjil – tenor sax



PGP RTB - III Sastanak U Studiju (III Meeting In Studio) - LP-1961
Trio Borislav Roković with His Guests

Label: PGP RTB – LP 408
Format: Vinyl, 10 inch, LP, Album / Country: Yugoslavia
Released: 1961
Style: Hard Bop, Improvisation
Recorded in RTB Studio VI, Belgrade, 1961, 14 & 15 June, Yugoslavia
Reviewer – Svetolik Jakovljević
Responsible Editor – Stanko Terzić

Trio Borislav Roković with Milan Stojanović and Vojislav Djonović
A1 - Ružan San (Bad Dream) .................................................................................... 5:20
         (written-by – B. Roković)
A2 - Tema Iz Prosjačke Opere (Theme From Beggar's Opera) ................................. 4:45
         (written-by – K. Weil)
A3 - You'd Be So Nice To Come Home (Hoćeš Li Biti Dobar Da Se Vratiš Kući) ..... 5:14
         (written-by – C. Porter)

Trio Borislav Roković
B1 - Bee-Deedle-Dee-Doo ......................................................................................... 4:35
         (written-by – B. Kessel)
B2 - The Midnight Sun Will Never Set (Ponoćno Sunce Nikad Neće Zaći) ............. 3:55
         (written-By – Q. Jones)
B3 - Donna Lee .......................................................................................................... 4:32
         (written-by – Ch. Parker)

Borislav Roković – piano
Joe Sydow – bass
Hans Hoitz – drums, percussion
Milan Stojanović – tenor sax, flute
Vojislav Djonović – guitar


The label (PGP RTB) has used oportunity to invite some foreign musicians during their visit to Belgrade to do a recording jam-session with a local jazz musicians and here are the results. All of them are now established names. Bosko Petrovic at that time was a student but was already leading his trio and Zagreb Jazz Quartet. Davor Kajfes was another member of ZJQ. All foreign guests this time came to Belgrade in 1960 with Quincy Jones band.
The most obscure group in this great 3-volume Meetings In Studio series -- a session that features work by an all-Eastern European jazz ensemble from 1961 -- Borislav Rokovic on piano, Joe Sydow on bass, Hans Hoitz on drums, Milan Stojanivic on tenor and flute, and Vojislav Djonovic on guitar. Tracks are short and tight -- nicely grooving in a laidback way that recalls some of the hipper RCA jazz sessions of the mid 50s.

Enjoy!



If you find it, buy this albums!

22 comments:

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    1. Fully fresh links:


      PGP RTB - Sastanak U Studiju (Meeting In Studio) - LP-1960
      Jerome Richardson / Bosko Petrovic And Others
      Vinyl Rip/FLAC/96kHz+Cover (156 MB)

      https://1fichier.com/?szeeplw1aj


      PGP RTB - II Sastanak U Studiju (II Meeting In Studio) - LP-1961
      Jack Dieval And His Quartet with E. Sadjil & P. Ivanovic
      Vinyl Rip/FLAC/96kHz+Cover (158 MB)

      https://1fichier.com/?994vmigjsd


      PGP RTB - III Sastanak U Studiju (III Meeting In Studio) - LP-1961
      Trio Borislav Rokovic with His Guests
      Vinyl Rip/FLAC/96kHz+Cover (165 MB)

      https://1fichier.com/?daj7klnge2

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  2. Vitko :
    Many Thanks! These look good!

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  3. i'm local but i don't have 2nd and 3rd meeting! so thanks! a lot!!!!!

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  4. Yes - this is a great share! Saw these EPs on the Cosmic Sounds wep-page.
    But it's hard to order from them.
    Nice communication but I had to wait about six months when I've ordered a CD from Tone Jansa.
    Maybe I should try it once again at Cosmic Sounds. They have some Dusko Goykovich which I have on cd-r but I prefer mostly - as far as possible - a proper release.
    Thank you very much, Vitko.
    Will try to listen during the week-end - shall come back here with some words about the music.

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    1. The third EP is my favourite one - Bora Rokovic is my man here.
      But the first tune from the first EP with Jerome Richardson on tenor is a treasure as well.
      All in all I enjoy all three vinyl's - thanks once more Vitko for these rather obscure but very enjoyable recordings!

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    2. Yes, another interesting experience more.

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  5. A pure miracle ! Thank you, Vitko !

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  6. Thanks Vitko. I DL the three albums last weekend and listened to them in the car during the week. Great music. Never came across these records in Belgium. It seems there is still a lot (for me) to discover about Jazz in (former) Yougoslavia.
    Cheers

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  7. Yes, what a great share.
    Thank you.

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  8. Thanks Vitko!!!
    This is brilliant, I am thrilled !!!
    (Ovo je genijalno, ja sam oduševljen!!!)

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    1. That's something, I guess, from your native land. Yes, a lot of good music, and today represents the true value for collectors.
      All the best Vojac :)

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  9. Thanks vitko. Interesting to hear Taylor and Richardson in this company.

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  10. could you repost for me ... crash!

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    1. Of course, brian. You just have to wait a few days, I will not be at home for the new year. When I come back, I promise.
      Happy New Year !

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  11. Brian waits - as do a few others. Godot is waiting too!

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    1. For a sophisticated society new links are coming tonight.

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    2. New links are ready. You can find them above.
      Good Listening.

      By the way, with this charming word "waiting", so on three occasions,, you reminded me of the amazing live album Waiting For Columbus by the band Little Feat (2xLP - Warner Bros. Records - 2BS 3140) from 1978.
      _____I strongly recommend.

      Cheers!!!!!

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