26 February 2014

Jemeel Moondoc Muntu - The Intrepid Live In Poland (PolJazz 1981)


A1 - Blues For Katie     16:58
B2 - First Feeding     14:30
B3 - The Intrepid     7:40

Jemeel Moondoc - Alto Saxophone
William Parker - Bass
Rashid Baker - Drums
Roy Campbell - Trumpet

music by Jemeel Moondoc
Live, Festival Jazz Nad Odra, Wroclaw, Poland, 1981

Released in limited club edition, purchased by subscription.
PolJazz 1981, PSJ-106, LP
vinyl rip

14 comments:

corvimax said...

treated with click repair on default LP
flac + cover pics

http://fochh78uqf.1fichier.com/

slovenlyeric said...

Thank you for posting this. I don't think this was part of the Muntu box.

Today February 26th is the day of Roy Campbell Jr.'s memorial service over at Roulette. Those able to get there should try to drop by. A few of his many projects will be presented. It starts at 6:30 p.m., I believe and will go to about 11:00 p.m.

On a happier note, there is a forthcoming session from Jemeel Moondoc which will include what I believe is Roy Campbell's last recording session. It will be released on Relative Pitch records and I am told that Jemeel was very happy with the recording and Roy's playing on it in particular.

We should support future projects from Jemeel. Keep your eyes posted for Kick-starter or other campaigns to fund his work.

Anonymous said...

looks like a wonderful show...but the link does not work?

thanks for the reat music...

rjy

portland, oregon

corvimax said...

rjy, just re-checked the link, everything looks fine.

great new the forthcoming album on relative pitch

Anonymous said...

corvimax

thanks for the quick checking of link...for me it is still not working....it must be at my end...

am having the same issue with the 2nd summit conference...click the link and/or drop/drag into browser & nothing happens...the first summit conference downloaded fine...

again thanks so much for all the great music on the site...

rjy

SOTISE said...

thanks corvimax!

@anon, avoid the bright red buttons asking you to download now, scroll down to the tab which says...decharger le fichier, or telecharger le fichier.

Anonymous said...

sotise

thanks for the advise...just some brain fade & an unfamiler download site...

rjy
portland, oregon

Toci said...

Thanks for the great music.

davide said...

Great share, thanks a lot

Anonymous said...

the drummist's name is "bakr;" he of OtherDimensionsinMusic and CT's WingedSerpentOrchestra. milford pronounced it "bahkarr." thanks so much.

corvimax said...

Anonymous, I know him also as Rashid Bakr, but on the back cover is spelled Baker, and so I report it

slovenlyeric said...

Bakr now goes by Charles Downs. He still plays around NYC with some frequency.

He was on the bill last night with William Parker. I missed that part of the performance as I got there just after they finished. (Thank you MTA).

The Memorial was a great tribute to Roy's work. A virtual who's who of local NYC musicians. It featured many of Roy's projects including "Tazz" with Joe McPhee and Dennis Gonzalez, the Akhehaten (sic?) Ensemble, Nemesis, the Nu Band (with Mark Whitecage, Lou Grassi, Joe Fonda and guest Will Conell). It ended with an all-star big band which included Dave Douglas, Frank London, Ted Daniel, Taylor Ho Bynum, Lewis Barnes, Matt Lavell, Graham Haynes and Dennis Gonzalez to name only the Trumpeters.

They set up "The Roy Campbell Fund" as a tribute to him and you can make donations to it. Checks would go to Arts for Art, 107 Suffok Street #3.5, NY, NY 10002 or go to artsforart.org

Hookfinger said...

Very, very nice. Huge thanks.

Wallofsound said...

Ta.