Friday, June 3, 2016

JOHN SURMAN TRIO – Life In Altena (LP-1970- JG 018)




Label: JG-Records – JG 018
Format: Vinyl, LP / Country: Germany / Released: 1970
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Recorded live January 10, 1970, Altena, Germany
Photos – Jörg Rahmede (side 2), K. Klüter (side 1)
Engineer – Karlheinz Klüter
The author notes the album has been released with three different covers on two different labels.
Issued with three different sleeve designs: the first and second (plain red with a sticker) were limited editions with red labels printed in black; the third sleeve was red with white printing (black labels printed in silver).

A – side 1 ......................................................................................... 25:00
       a1 - Billie The Kid (Martin)
       a2 - Tallness (Surman)
       a3 - Dee Tune (Surman)
B – side 2 ......................................................................................... 18:30
       b1 - In Between (Surman)
       b2 - Spikenard (Phillips)

John Surman – baritone and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet
Barre Phillips – bass
Stu Martin – drums, percussion







Ultra rare free jazz album from 1970 with John Surman, Barre Phillips and Stu Martin released on small private German label. This is the 2nd edition with blood red cover, labels are red. Exclusively issued for Germany / Limited Edition.



If you find it, buy this album!

13 comments:

  1. JOHN SURMAN TRIO – Life In Altena (LP-1970)
    Vinyl Rip/FLAC+Artwork

    1fichier:
    https://1fichier.com/?uk3enlefnt

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  2. Vitko, you discover new treasure again. Many thanks.

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  3. Thanks Vitko I haven't come across this one before

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  4. Thank-you so much

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  5. Thank you very much

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  6. Kinabalu posted this LP in 2010 on Inconstant Sol.
    But I surely want to listen to your rip. Thank you once more, Vitko.

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  7. Great music and a beautiful edition, thanks Vitko!

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  8. Thank You Vitko for this rarity

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  9. This shows Surman and company at their best! The music so much more alive than his ECM recordings allow for.

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  10. I don't believe I have ever heard of this release. I look forward to hearing it. Many thanks.

    -Brian

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