21 November 2011

MUJICIAN & INGOMA "TRIBUTE TO THE BLUE NOTES" (Birmingham, 2.set -1997)





Again Andy has contributed one of his excellent recordings. His picture feature Zim Ngqawana and Tony Levin.




MUJICIAN & INGOMA "TRIBUTE TO THE BLUE NOTES"

(Second Set)


Mujician:

Paul Dunmall, tenor saxophone
Keith Tippett, piano
Paul Rogers, bass
Tony Levin, drums

Ingoma:

Zim Ngqawana, saxophone, flute
Andile Yenana, piano, keyboard
Herbie Tsoaeli, electric bass
Kevin Gibson, drums

Barry Olson, trombone
Jim Dvorak, trumpet


1. unknown title 22:15
2. unknown title 24:41
3. unknown title 02:29


Recorded at the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham, UK on 4th October, 1997.

> first set

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17 comments:

onxidlib said...

http://www.multiupload.com/Y96P1ABSHT

Wallofsound said...

I was there. Very glad to experience it again.

nsqrl said...

Thanks again Andy

This looks great

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much ... great indeed

sotise said...

Andy your Booty 's better than Bootie!

Owen said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH! I've been looking for this for aaaaaaaaages. Woza!

Andy said...

Hello Jazz Fans. Just to make it clear that this is Mujician and Ingoma playing together as one band under the direction of Keith Tippett. However I did also record the first set which consisted of a lovely piece by Zim Ngqawana's Ingoma which was then followed by a 19 minute piece by Mujician. Is anybody interested?
The photo above was taken by Paul Dunmall when Mujician visited South Africa. Sadly both Zim and Tony Levin are no longer with us. (Yes, that is Keith Tippett in the background.) Big thanks to onxidlib as ever for his work helping me get this to you. What a great site this is!

wightdj said...

Super & superb. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot! I'm very interested on it!

@
Andy

pleaseeee yes!

Andy said...

@ Anonymous. I thought you'd never ask.

Guy Daems said...

Hey Andy
I would be very interested in that first set with Zim.
I knew him personally, we have a house not far his place in Troyeville, Johannesburg. According to me, the jazz scene in South-Africa is a desert now , everybody is doing...Blue Notes tributes, I think he was the only one capable of taking it beyond that....
regards
Guy Daems
mamaafri@mweb.com.na

kinabalu said...

There is a clickable link to the first set right at the bottom of the main post.

miloo2 said...
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miloo2 said...

new link for second set and thanks to Andy and Onxi

Andy said...

New link:
https://1fichier.com/?mzyfoxomg4

indigonoir said...

Thanks for reposting these two set Andy. I'm looking forward to listening to them.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX !....