2 May 2011

HERBERT JOOS "THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE FLUEGELHORN" (JAPO, 1973)




Another gift by Wildgrebe. Thank you!

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HERBERT JOOS "THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE FLUEGELHORN"


Herbert Joos,fluegelhorn, bass, bass-recorder, bamboo flute, mellophone, trumpet, alto horn, mutes, vibes



1. The Philosophy of the Fluegelhorn
2. The Warm Body Of My True Love
3. Skarabäus II
4. Rainbow
5. The Joker
6. An Evening With The Vampire


Recorded in July, 1973, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany.

JAPO 60 004

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16 comments:

onxidlib said...

FLAC 24/96

http://www.multiupload.com/FX481V6O25
http://www.multiupload.com/JSGPCTGJ10
http://www.multiupload.com/T8TV6J12I7
http://www.multiupload.com/2MH0DG3E6J
http://www.multiupload.com/50QZUG3M0K
http://www.multiupload.com/53DARSMAO3
http://www.multiupload.com/8J6QN16LMY

(links provided by Wildgrebe!)

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

jackalope said...

Gorgeous. MUSIC for the Ambient crowd. The rip is sweet too. Had to down convert to burn. A few extra minutes, but this is worth it.

Mario Agrimi said...

Great! I have recently discovered Japo Records and i like very much!! Thanks

Anonymous said...

Wildgrebe,
Much appreciated your effort
and glad to see you again.
Horatiu

Frédito said...

Thank you Onxidlib and Wildgrebe.
I love these Herbert Joos creations. Wonderful.

upkerry14 said...

What a lovely album. thank you for posting it.

James Manion said...

I hate to ask for a repeat when you've moved on, if at all possible could you set a file up at Rapidshare? These existing links are crazy. I have been trying to hear this album since the 70's it is the Holy Grail for me. Any help would be appreciated beyond a mere thank you! Jim

kinabalu said...

New link:

rapidshare

This was posted in 24/96 which is above cd quality (16/44.1), so it would have to be down-scaled for it to be burnt to an ordinary cdr.

James Manion said...

They were Biggen's even my computer told me it was working hard but alas it arrived. What a treat, like running to the tree Christmass morning.Thank you Sir! I have no right to ask and I promise my last request for a long time. Being that I'm a big fan of Mr. Joos I was interested in OCHSENZOLL Michael Naura 1985 & Piece for Mouth 1978 if possible. Incredible place you have here like family and thank you for the lightning speed with responding. All the best to you my Man.

onxidlib said...

I will re-up them - will need some time though.
There's more with Herbert Joos at Inconstant Sol - simply click on "Herbert Joos" on the sidebar.
The links for the other posts with Joos are still valid except "Baden Baden Free Jazz Meeting 1971".

James Manion said...

Wow! Thanks so much, as I hold my hands out wide. I found those and thank you! Mr. Joos is deep and very entertaining at the same time what a gift he has.

brian said...

scans from mu lp

http://rapidshare.com/files/192892197/tphotf-scans.zip

Nod y said...

Hello
Could you re-up it please, and if you have some more Japo to re-post it would be great!

onxidlib said...

Probably I have a rip on my pc. If not I'll come back asking for someone else's re-up.

Nod y said...

Ok Onx thank in advance, and if you can update some others Japo, this label was really good, do what you can!