Tuesday, October 10, 2017

ROLF KÜHN JAZZGROUP – Going To The Rainbow (BASF – CRC 008/LP-1971)




Label: BASF – CRC 008
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album / Country: W. Germany / Released: 1971
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Recorded at the Cornet-Studios, Cologne on December 14/15, 1970.
Engineering Wolfgang Hirschmann
Produced by Klaus Lorenzen
Comes in a gatefold-sleeve
German Original Press. Red BASF labels.
Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): A-0051 A-1 / CRC 008 A
Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): A-0051 B-1 / CRC 008 B

A1 - Houndhouse Rock .................................................................................. 4:50
A2 - Sad Ballade ............................................................................................ 3:39
A3 - T.C.B.  ..................................................................................................... 9:45
B1 - Going To The Rainbow ......................................................................... 12:55
B2 - Racing It Down ....................................................................................... 6:55

Musicians:
Rolf Kühn – clarinet
John Surman – baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone, electric piano
Alan Skidmore – tenor saxophone
Joachim Kühn – piano, organ
Chick Corea – electric piano
Peter Warren – bass
Tony Oxley – drums, percussion




THE ROLF KUHN JAZZGROUP: "Going To The Rainbow" (BASF Records – CRC 008 / Gatefold Jacket / Rarity). Original 1971 high quality German pressing. Great free Improvisation with spiritual undertones influenced by Miles Davis. One of Kühn's timeless recordings for which he got assisted by heavy weights like John Surman, Alan Skidmore, Chick Corea and Tony Oxley. Absolutely stunning free improv with an addictive rolling groove that really puts the funky cat out there. Highest recommendation.
(Tiliqua Rec.)



If you find it, buy this album!

13 comments:

  1. ROLF KÜHN JAZZGROUP – Going To The Rainbow (LP-1971)
    Vinyl Rip/FLAC-96kHz+Artwork (342 MB)

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    https://1fichier.com/?zkj08shbem

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  2. Thank you very much

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  3. great i didn't have that one!

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  4. Thank you for thsi superb recording.

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  5. The great sounds keep coming..... thanks ......

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  6. Maybe the first track is the Kühns' spin on "Bitches Brew" – with "Houndhouse Rock" sounding more like an abbreviated "Rolf Runs The Voodoo Down".

    Thanks for the fine rip, Vitko!

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    1. You're absolutely right. A good stunt with "Rolf Runs ...." Cheers, -Otto-.

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  7. thanks again Vitko for more classic German Free Jazz

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  8. Upgrade is very welcome,- thanks, Vitko!

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  9. Merci beaucoup, Vitko. I'm always impressed by R Kuhn !

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