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1979: Karl Berger Woodstock Workshop Orchestra - Live at the Donaueschingen Festival Modern Big Band, Contemporary Jazz
1979: Karl Berger Woodstock Workshop Orchestra - Live at the Donaueschingen Festival
Artist: Karl Berger Woodstock Workshop Orchestra
Album: Live at the Donaueschingen Festival
Label: MPS Records
Year: 1979
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 256 kbps (Vinyl rip with scans)
Time: 45:08
Size: 83 mb
AMG Rating: 4,5/5

For my friends in JBC!

Definitive Berger originals are done live in Germany with The Woodstock Workshop Orchestra, a combination of Creative Music Studio students and instructors. ~ Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide
1974: Bennie Maupin The Jewel In The Lotus Post-bop, Fusion
1974: Bennie Maupin  The Jewel In The Lotus
Artist: Bennie Maupin
Album: The Jewel in the Lotus
Label: ECM Records
Year: 1974
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kbps (Vinyl rip with covers)
Time: 43 min
Size: 110 mb
AMG Rating: 1974: Bennie Maupin  The Jewel In The Lotus

1974: Bennie Maupin  The Jewel In The Lotus

Jazz -funk fans must have been taken aback when multi-instrumentalist and composer Bennie Maupin's Jewel in the Lotus was released by Manfred Eicher's ECM imprint in 1974. For starters, it sounded nothing like Herbie Hancock's Head Hunters recording, which had been released the year before to massive sales and of which Maupin had been such an integral part. Head Hunters has remained one of the most reliable sales entries in Columbia's jazz catalog into the 21st century. By contrast, Jewel in the Lotus sounded like an avant-garde jazz record, but it stood outside that hard-line camp, too, because of its open and purposeful melodies that favored composition and structured improvising over free blowing. Jazz after 1970 began to move in so many directions simultaneously it must have felt like it was tearing itself apart rather than giving birth to so many new and exciting musics. Considered carefully, however, Jewel in the Lotus was the perfect realization of the skills acquired by Maupin from the mid-'60s on, when he had played in bands led by Marion Brown, McCoy Tyner, and Pharoah Sanders. He'd even recorded an album under his own name in 1967 entitled Almanac. Maupin was first heard by the masses, however, when he played bass clarinet on the landmark Bitches Brew session by Miles Davis, and as a member of Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi and Sextant groups. He was the lone holdover when Hancock formed the Headhunters, who blasted their way onto FM radio and into the ears of fans who also dug Earth, Wind & Fire and P-Funk.
~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide
1967: Mike Nock / Bennie Maupin / Cecil McBee / Eddie Marshall Almanac Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
1967: Mike Nock / Bennie Maupin / Cecil McBee / Eddie Marshall  Almanac
Artists: Mike Nock / Bennie Maupin / Cecil McBee / Eddie Marshall
Album: Almanac
Label: Improvising Artists Inc.
Year: 1967
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 256 kbps (Vinyl rip)
Time: 35 min
Size: 59,41 mb
AMG rating 1967: Mike Nock / Bennie Maupin / Cecil McBee / Eddie Marshall  Almanac

"This quartet set was an unusual release for Paul Bley's Improvising Artists label in that the music was not comprised of free improvisations and the session was actually recorded independently and then bought by the company. The 1967 session was an early effort by pianist Mike Nock, Bennie Maupin (who doubles on tenor and flute and often sounds here a bit like Joe Henderson), bassist Cecil McBee and drummer Eddie Marshall. Together they perform seven of Nock's post bop originals and there is enough adventure in the music to hold on to one's interest. This set has been reissued on CD through Black Saint/Soul Note." ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1973: Rudolph Johnson - The Second Coming Music » Soul » Funk-Jazz
1973: Rudolph Johnson - The Second ComingArtist: Rudolph Johnson
Album: The Second Coming
Label: Black Jazz Records
Year: 1973
Format, bitrate: mp3, 192 kbps
Time: 34 min
Size: 38,61 mb

From rear of sleeve:
"One of the factors that keeps creative black music alive and changing is the ability of the musicians to blend their experience and emotions into the actual fibers(sic) of the music. RUDOLPH JOHNSON is a black musician who has reached that plane where spirit and techniques fuse to form free creative energy. This second album for Rudolph is like the transition between these two states, releasing the energies of rebirth.....THE SECOND COMING."
Published by Creative Music and Black Jazz Music/ASCAP.
1973 Ovation Incorporated.
1981: Don Cherry, Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Eddie Blackwell - Old And New Dreams: Playing Music » Jazz » Fusion » Contemporary Jazz
1981: Don Cherry, Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Eddie Blackwell - Old And New Dreams: Playing
Artists: Don Cherry, Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Eddie Blackwell
Album: Old And New Dreams: Playing
Label: ECM Records
Year: 1981
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kbps
Size: 121 mb

"Old and New Dreams" was a jazz group that existed from 1976 to 1987, and was composed of tenor saxophone player Dewey Redman, bassist Charlie Haden, trumpet player Don Cherry and drummer Ed Blackwell. All of the members were former sidemen of free jazz progenitor, alto saxohonist Ornette Coleman, and the group played almost exclusively Coleman's compositions.

They released two records on the German jazz label ECM: an eponymous live record in 1979 and another, Playing, a year later. These discs were bookended by a pair of discs on the Italian Black Saint label: another eponymous live record, from 1976, and 1987's One For Blackwell. The group disbanded in 1987 after playing a final concert at a birthday celebration for Blackwell, who died in 1992. Redman and Haden are still active players, but Cherry died in 1995.
2002: Alex Rostotsky - Splashes Contemporary Jazz, Smooth & Lounge, Modern Jazz
2002: Alex Rostotsky - Splashes
Artist: Alex Rostotsky
Album: Splashes
Label: Jazzbass Theatre
Year: 2002
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kbps
Time: 52 min
Size: 141 mb

"Alex Rostotsky has imperceptibly become one of the jazz leaders as a great bass player and a composer of music being performed not only in Russia but also abroad, and as an artist combining the width of views with his own theme in creative work."
~ jazz critic Alexey Batashev

"Alex is equally impressive in his solo work, and is a special delight to observe, as well as hear."
~ Famous American guitar player Tal Farlow

" It was during Alex Rostotsky´s performance of his monoprogramme in which the pauses are as meaningful as the sounds themselves, as his music is probably a kind of meditation or a prayer."
~ festival review from Novokuznetsk, Vladimir Grevnev

"Honestly speaking, the main word attracted me in the title of Alex´s programme was "Theatre". The fact that jazz is related to theatre was noticed long ago. Nowadays it is worth speaking about a sound theatre or a timbre theatre, in other words there is a parallel with an art gallery."
~ Jazz critic Arkadij Petrov
1978: Lloyd McNeill Tori Music » Jazz
1978: Lloyd McNeill  ToriArtist: Lloyd McNeill
Album: Tori
Label: Baobab Record Co.
Year: 1978
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kbps
Time: 42:47
Size: 105 mb

Lloyd McNeill (born in Washington, D.C.) is an artist and flutist, currently based in New York City. Having studied Art and Zoology in Morehouse College, Atlanta, he moved on to be the first recipient of Howard University's MFA degree. In 1964-5, he did further study in Lithography at Paris' Ecole Des Beaux Arts. During his residence there, he spent a considerable amount of time with Pablo Picasso and his wife, Jacqueline. He has also studied music composition privately with the composer Hale Smith, music theory and flute technique with the jazz musician Eric Dolphy, and classical flute technique and repertoire with Harold Jones.
McNeill taught at several institutes of higher education, and is professor emeritus of Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Jersey. Through the 1970s, and in addition to his position in Art, McNeill also taught Afro-American Music History & private flute lessons, and was instrumental in launching the Jazz Studies Program at Rutgers University.
McNeill exhibited his paintings and drawings at several galleries and colleges in the U.S. Northeast. As a flutist and composer, McNeill recorded eight albums of music as leader, from the 1969 Asha to the 1998 X.Tem.Por.E. He published two volumes of poems: Blackline: A Collection of Poems, Drawings and Photographs and 'After the Rain: A Collection of New Poems.
In 2007, Lloyd McNeill was chosen by the USPS to design a postage stamp for the celebration of Kwanzaa 2009.

~ Wikipedia
1974: Calvin Keys - Proceed With Caution Post-bop, Soul-Jazz
1974: Calvin Keys - Proceed With Caution
Artist: Calvin Keys
Album: Proceed With Caution
Label: Black Jazz
Year: 1974
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 128 kbps
Time: 49:31
Size: 45,14 Mb

This date followed Calvin Keys' first, Shawn Neeq, by about two years. Hazy, psychedelic, post-bop is the order of the day here as well, but as most soul-jazz collectors will tell you, there's always a chance for some monster funk on a Black Jazz record so, as predictable as these releases may be on the surface, you never really know until you hear them. In this case, the bomb drops at the beginning of Side Two with "Aunt Lovely." While probably a little too 'out there' for most dance floors, "Aunt Lovely" begins like some of the best funky Grant Green of the era. As the track progresses, though, it gets more than a little hectic -- especially during Charles Owens' Pharoah Sanders-esque soprano solo. Kirk Lightsey's overdriven and distorted electric piano only serves to add to this tension later. Otherwise, Proceed With Caution moves along rather like most good Black Jazz and Strata-East dates: a touch of straight bop here, some sustained and swirling Rhodes organ there. Keys may not blow you away with his licks, but he certainly never disappoints. This is a fine record very much in tune with the idiom of the day. Fans of early-'70s dates by Grant Green, Lou Donaldson, and Cannonball Adderley will likely find this session enjoyable as well.
~ Brandon Burke, All Music Guide
1969: Guy Lafitte - Blues Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1969: Guy Lafitte - Blues
Artist: Guy Lafitte
Album: Blues
Label: EmArCy
Year: 1969; release: 2007
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320 kbps
Time: 37:58
Size: 86 mb

Guy Lafitte was a French jazz tenor saxophonist born at Saint-Gaudens, France, most notable for his work with Mezz Mezzrow from 1951-1952 and having toured with Big Bill Broonzy in 1951. In 1954 Lafitte made Paris his home, and worked with Lionel Hampton and Emmett Berry. Lafitte had also been a collaborator on various other projects with musicians such as Wild Bill Davis and Bill Coleman.
1963: Giorgio Buratti Quartet - Jazz Forms For Export Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
1963: Giorgio Buratti Quartet  - Jazz Forms For Export
Artist: Giorgio Buratti Quartet
Album: Jazz Forms For Export
Label: Durium
Year: 1963
Format, bitrate: Mp3, VBR 192-256 kbps
Time: 41:24
Size: 55:63

Giorgio Buratti (Milan, May 21, 1935), Italian bass player and his quartet
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