In memory of Johnny Peret

In memory of Johnny Peret
In memory of my friend Johnny Peret, vibist, drummer, accordeonist extraordinaire

Thursday, November 1, 2012

BOSNIA CALLING


DUSKO GOYKOVICH – IT’S ABOUT BLUES TIME
(Discos Ensayos, Spain, 1972)

Recorded in Spain in 1971 (and issued on Discos Ensayos in 1972), this session finds Dusko inspired and  in great form, playing with a small combo of first-division European players (2 Dutch, 1 Spaniard, 1 German + Dusko).


N.B.: LINK DELETED -  Contrary to what I thought, this album is still easily available from Fresh Sound for less than 10 €.  Do yourself a favor and get it HERE



IT'S ABOUT BLUES TIME

Dusko Gojkovic (tp) 
Ferdinand Povel (ts) 
Tete Montoliu (p) 
Robert Langereis (b) 
Joe Nay (d)

Barcelona, November 8, 1971
Ensayo (E) ENY-48


  1. It's about blues time
  2. Old folks -
  3. The end of love -
  4. Bosna calling -
  5. You know I care (dg out) -
  6. Nameless tune -









Note : Ferdinand Povel as Ferdinand Powell on the sleeve.

The track “Bosnia Calling” has been compiled on Spiritual Jazz vol. 2 (Jazzman)





Check Robert Langereis playing with Ben Webster on this YouTube video.

5 comments:

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  2. Thanks to both of you, interested to hear what rest of the album was like

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  4. Really don't want to spoil the party especially since you and Paul D put a lot of work into ripping and writing but this one was reissued on cd and is still available: http://www.freshsoundrecords.com/its_about_blues_time-cd-1113.html

    Just to let you know. Maybe it helps you to avoid copyright trouble? All the best!

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  5. Hi Arkadin, you're right. I had done a quick search on Google but did not find it, probably because it was re-issued under Tete Montoliu's name.

    Since it is easily available and at a very affordable price, I delete the link.

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