In memory of Johnny Peret

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

Saturday, March 30, 2013

STOCKHOLM, 1972


ARNE DOMNÉRUS ORKESTER
  
"I LET A SONG GO OUT ..."

RCA LSA 3128, Sweden, 1972

Another great Domnérus album which seems to have escaped the CD re-issue programmes.  Thanks to onxidlib for an excellent rip in FLAC and to Paul D. for the comprehensive discographical information (via Walter Bruynincks).









Eight songs, three different formats, from trio to full orchestra via a sextet.   And another opportunity to hear the excellent guitarist Rune Gustafsson.


Details of the sessions

Arne Domnérus (cl) Bengt Hallberg (p) Egil Johansen (d)
Stockholm, May 29-30, 1972
Poor Butterfly             RCA (S) LSA3128

Bjarne Nerem (ts-1) Rune Gustafsson (g-2) Georg Riedel (b) added, same loc. & date
Sweet and lovely (1)                           RCA (S) LSA3128
I let a song go out of my heart (1,2)     id.
Scarecrow (1,2)                                 id.
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Bosse Bröberg (tp) Bertil Strandberg (tb) Arne Domnérus (as,cl) Bjarne Nerem (ts) Erik Nilsson (bar) Bengt Hallberg (p) Rune Gustafsson (g) Stefan Brolund (el-b) Georg Riedel (b) Egil Johansen (d), same loc. & date
A la Nerem               RCA (S) LSA3128
I love you, Porgy        id.             -
The B.B. blues            id.          -
Satin doll                     id.      

Track list



A1. I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Ellington)  5:52

A2. Scarecrow  (Reed)                            4:00

A3. Sweet And Lovely  (Tobias - Lemare)          4:42
A4. A La Nerem (Riedel)                          5:10
B1. I Love You, Porgy (Gershwin)                 5:20
B2. Poor Butterfly (Hubbel)                      3:17
B3. The B.B.Blues (Riedel)                       2:35
B4. Satin Doll (Ellington- Mercer - Strayhorn)   7:40

Recorded at Studio Electra, Stockholm on May 29 and 30, 1972.  -

8 comments:

  1. FLAC
    Side A: http://www46.zippyshare.com/v/11371862/file.html
    Side B:
    http://www59.zippyshare.com/v/40286147/file.html

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  2. Does anyone know what has become of Porco's Hideaway? It's no longer there. Hope it's only temporary.

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  3. many thanks yet more domnerus. was there a better euro alto ?

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  4. @zoot : derek humble perhaps ?...

    thanks a lot for this one.

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  5. Many thanks for these Domnerus albums.

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  6. Humble and Billberg who both sadly died too young and Peter King would also be in the frame.

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  7. Thank you, Boogieman.
    As to question arised by Zoot - an interesting one, for us who need to be updated on Euro Jazz - I have heard & collected a very good spanish alto, Perico Sambeat, specialy his records together with Brad Mehldau. I got it on Avax.

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