Monday, May 1, 2017

NEIGHBOURS (with Fred Anderson and Bill Brimfield) – Accents (MRC / LP-1978)




Label: Musicians Record Co. – 1C 066-32 854
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album / Country: Germany / Released: 1978
Style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
Recorded February 1977 at Rüssl Tonstudio Hamburg, Germany.
Cover Design – Bruno Lefeldt
Rec. Engineer – Gero von Gerlach
Mix – Gero von Gerlach / Wolfgang Kunert
Printed – by 4P Nicolaus, Köln, Germany
(MRC / EMI Electrola, 1978)
Production – Musicians Record Co.
Label Code: LC 5527
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 1C•066-32 854-A-0 PF
Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 1C•066-32 854-B-0 PF

A -  a) The Little Fox Run ........................................................................................ 8:00
           Composed By – Fred Anderson
       b) Adam´s Rib .................................................................................................. 9:25
           Composed By – Bill Brimfield
       c) Our Theme ................................................................................................... 0:35
           Composed By – Fred Anderson
B1 - Knautschlack / A Skelett .................................................................................. 4:15
        Composed By – John Preininger
B2 - Snales Pace .................................................................................................... 3:40
        Composed By – Dieter Glawischnig, Karl Berger
B3 - The Worm In Eve´s Apple / Twillight .............................................................. 12:55
        Composed By – Ewald Oberleitner, Fred Anderson

Dieter Glawischnig – piano
Ewald Oberleitner – bass
Joe Preininger – drums, percussion
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Fred Anderson – tenor saxophone
Bill Brimfield – trumpet

Rare 1977 Original. Grey and white label with "MRC" in bold black and white letters. Rrecorded in Hamburg, Germany in 1977. Very inspirational, free jazz set by the superb Austrian trio Neighbours plus Fred Anderson on tenor sax and Bill Brimfield on trumpet.



In the sixties and seventies Fred Anderson played with musicians such as Bill Brimfield, Archie Shepp, Jack DeJohnette, Joseph Jarman and Muhal Richard Abrams, and other members of the AACM's. Europe was first visited in 1977 in the company of his longtime colleague, trumpeter Bill Brimfield. Chicago boys were the guests of the Austrian trio Neighbours (Ewald Oberleitner - bass, Joe Preininger - drums), led by pianist Dieter Glawischnig. In Hamburg they recorded the LP entitled Accents. In November 1978, Neighbours and Fred Anderson also performed in Ex Yugoslavia in the Amphitheater II, "Maribor Grammar School" (Slovenia) and RTV Zagreb (Croatia) live LP recorded Neighbours + Fred Anderson. Fred is at this time in Europe also played with his quartet (B. Brimfield - trumpet, Steven Palmore - bass, Hamid Drake - drums) and recorded the album Another Place and Live in Verona.   (by V. S.)



If you find it, buy this album!

19 comments:

  1. NEIGHBOURS (with Fred Anderson and Bill Brimfield) – Accents (LP-1978)
    Vinyl Rip/FLAC+Artwork

    1fichier:
    https://1fichier.com/?j1srgpaasw

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    1. The sample rate for this file shows up on my DAC as 176.4! Not one I've ever come across before.

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    2. Yes, I started doing it lately, when there is a need for better resonance I use sample rate 176400 kHz. It is sampling rate who used by HDCD recorders and other professional applications for CD production. Four times the frequency of 44.1 kHz. Also my post since yesterday, JEROME COOPER - The Unpredictability of Predictability, was made in such a way.

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    3. Usually, it's 96 or 192, multiples of 48. The rip does sound lovely, however. have you considered using 24 bit depth rather than 16, though this would increase file size considerably?

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    4. I've tried, the sound quality is not much better, and the file is very large. But I do not know, maybe one day ... every few months this blog evolves :)

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  2. Maravilloso! Thank you very much, Vitko.

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  3. Thank you very much

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  4. Never seen this one, super. Thanks.

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  5. Hi Vitko Really nice album that I didn't know. After checking their discography I'm curious about the others records they made, so if you have some they will be appreciated, thanks in advance.

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    1. Maybe once, I can not say when. Now I have something else in the plan. I'll see.
      Cheers.

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  6. Great album, Vitko!

    Cheers,
    Lucky

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  7. Thank you, Vitko.
    Have the one with Braxton. But this one I've never heard.

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  8. Love Fred Anderson, never seen this.. Many, many thanks!

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  9. On Feb. 1, 1977 this band, plus Albert Mangelsdorf on trombone, performed at the Frankfurt Jazz Festival. Don't remember the derivation of this download, thanks to the original poster.
    Here it is, enjoy!
    https://1fichier.com/?rizioxl3hi

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    1. Oh, it is so good. I have not had the opportunity to hear so far. Thank you so much, nikos.

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