In memory of Johnny Peret

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

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

MUSIC FOR A TELEVISION BALLET


RIEDAIGLIA

SWEDISH RADIO JAZZ GROUP & CHAMBER CHOIR
conducted by GEORG RIEDEL & ERIC ERICSON

SVERIGES RADIO label (RELP 1051), 1967

Those of us who have known the “golden age” of jazz blogging a few years ago do fondly remember El Reza’s blog.  Reza, Bacoso, Ish, Arkadin, Katonah, El Goog Ja, Simon, Basso … all these blokes inspired me to start a jazz blog of my own.  I am therefore much honored and pleased to present today El Reza’s first contribution to the Boogieman’s blog. 

Superb Nordic jazz with shades of Sun Ra / Art Ensemble Of Chicago / Palle Mikkelborg Mysterious Corona / Marion Brown's Le Temps Fou funky free jazz and groovy psychedelic sounds of the period. Experimental mood music recorded in the studios of the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation for the TV ballet, Riedaiglia (an avant garde dance production by Lars Egler with choreography by Alvin Ailey). Features the psychedelic club tune Gluttony, Strange, spacey and addictive atmospheres with lots more improvised jazz horns / scat voices / sophisticated rhythms and solos throughout the whole LP (El Reza / Discogs)


RIEDAIGLIA

Bo Broberg, Lars Samuelson, Weine Renliden, Bertil Lövgren (tp) Runo Ericksson (b-tb) Arne Domnérus (as,cl) Claes Rosendahl (ts,fl) Jan Garbarek (ts,ss) Lennart Åberg (ts) Erik Nilsson (bar,b-cl) Jan Johansson (p) Rune Gustafsson, Nicke Wöhrmann (g) Georg Riedel, Palle Danielsson (b) Stefan Brolund (el-b) Egil Johansen (d) Rupert Clemendore (cga) Stig Arnorp, Georg Vollbrecht (perc) Kammarkören (vcl)

Stockholm, June 1967

Inledning        (Introduction)                                    Sveriges Radio (S) RELP1051
Girigheten (    Covetousness)
Lättjan             (Sloth)
Lustan              (Lust)
Hogmodet        (Pride) 
Avunden           (Envy)
Vreden             (Anger)
Svartsjukan     (Jealousy) 
Frosseriet        (Gluttony)
Epilog               (Epilogue)



(discography thanks to Paul D & Walter Bruyninckx)

19 comments:

  1. http://divshare.com/download/23811180-19e

    And don't forget to thank Reza

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  2. dude!!! you are the man.
    have been looking for this album, but to no avail for so long now. thank you so much for making it available.
    you've made my day. really highly appreciated.

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  3. sorry, it is important to give a credit when one's due, so thank you very much reza for this fine contribution.
    p.s. any chance you got this particular album -
    emmanuel dilhac - enfant de la terre ?

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  4. Thanks to all involved in making this available.

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  5. thanks Reza (and Boogieman) good to see you keep on pouring out that (impossible to find) good stuff in healty portions [:-)
    Looking forward giving it a spin!

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  6. just had a full lissen: DELICIEUX ! - thanks a lot...
    peace, E-mile

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  7. Cheers Reza! Cheers Boogieman! This is brilliant news.

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  8. Dear Boogieman & Reza,

    Thank you very much! This is a fantastic record!

    All the best,

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  9. Never heard of this one tho I do have some Radiojazzgruppen material. Thanks.

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  10. This is becoming the most popular post. More visits and downloads than the legendary Babs Robert, Sadi 's Belgian Big band or Shake Keane (who was be the #1 post for a long time). Cheers to El Reza!

    The Hit Parade
    1. Music for a Television Ballet (El Reza)
    2. Sadi's Big Belgian Band (Boogieman/Paul D)
    3. Shake Keane - In my Condition EP (Paul D)
    4. Rarity #17: Vier Temperamente (onxidlib)
    5. Hannibal in London (Boogieman)
    Quite an eclectic selection.

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  11. Just getting to this now: sounding very good indeed. I'm enjoying the Nordic big-band sound. Indeed.
    Many thanks Reza — and for keeping your excellent blog so together, boogieman!

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  12. Many thanks, Reza. Great to have you back.

    Anthony Dolphin
    Santa Sprees

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  13. Thank you for bringing all this wonderful music to my attention.

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  14. Amazing stuff.
    Thanks (and thanks for all the times i've forgot to say thanks before!)

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  15. ok let's try this and thank everyone
    N

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