In memory of Johnny Peret

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

Saturday, July 13, 2013

UNRELEASED SESSION - 3

ERICH KLEINSCHUSTER SEXTET + KARIN KROG

Austria, 1968

Considering the interest generated by the Kleinschuster-Goykovich session posted at the beginning of the month and in response to a request from visitors, here is another bootleg featuring the Erik Kleinschuster Sextett, this time backing Norwegian singer Karin Krog on a session recorded in Vienna in 1968. 

With eternal gratitude to onxidlib for his musical generosity.









KLEINSCHUSTER SEXTET + KARIN KROG

There are actually seven members in this sextet, the seventh member is an the unknown guitarist … any suggestion as to whom he could be?

Karin Krog, vocals
Robert Politzer, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
Hans Salomon, alto & tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Harald Neuwirth, piano
unknown, guitar
Rudolf Hansen, bass
Erich Bachträgl, drums

Tracks

1. Hi-Fly (R.Weston)                                      04:28
Solos: Neuwirth, Politzer
2. Corcovado (A.C.Jobim)                            02:25
Solos: Politzer/Kleinschuster/Salomon
3. Lazy Afternoon (J.LaTouche/J.Moross)     03:37
Solo: Neuwirth
4. Mercy, Mercy (J. Zawinul)                                 03:09
5. I've Got Your Number (C.Coleman/C.Leigh)       03:56
Solos: Kleinschuster, Salomon (ts)
6. Sing Me Softly Of The Blues (C.Bley)            06:19
Solos: Kleinschuster, Salomon (bcl)
7. Once Upon A Summertime (J.Mercer/M.Legrand/E.Marnay/E.Barclay)            05:01
Solos: Politzer, Salomon (ts)
 8. Please Send Me Someone To Love (P.Mayfield)  05:11
Solo: Salomon (ts)

Recorded at the Austrophon Studio, Vienna in February 1968.


There are more bootlegs in the pipeline, thanks to onxidlib who seems to have access to an inexhaustible source of Eurojazz.  

P.S. (July 14): check in the comments of "they were all there ..." for a surprise contribution from a visitor.  And say thanks to the gentleman. 

11 comments:

  1. With thanks to onxidlib:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/3713226363/Kleinschust_Krog.rar

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  2. There's more karin over at www.dimedozen.org

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    1. I only saw links to commercial websites???

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  3. The dimedozen address is no longer available.

    Thanks to onxidlib for this gift. Really a nice album.

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  4. It worked for me. Are you registered with them?

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  5. Erich Kleinschuster Sextet + John Surman
    Radio Broadcast

    1. Imaginary Mirror (Kleinschuster) 9:23
    2. Flash Point (Kleinschuster) 10:06
    3. Waltz for G (Kleinschuster) 8:58
    4. Mrs. Smith (Surman) 5:23
    5. Beginning (Surman) 8:16
    6. Blue Note (Surman) 7:38

    recorded June 13, 1968, Austrophon Studio, Vienna

    Robert Politzer, trumpet, flugelhorn;
    Erich Kleinschuster, trombone;
    Hans Salomon, alto sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet;
    John Surman, soprano sax, baritone sax;
    Fritz Pauer, piano;
    Rudolf Hansen, bass;
    Erich Bachträgl, drums
    FLAC

    http://www20.zippyshare.com/v/36452844/file.html
    http://www20.zippyshare.com/v/19793943/file.html

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    1. Hi upkerry - the year is not 1968 but 1969! And the bassist is Jimmy Woode and not Rudolf Hansen.
      I was able to see the original session log in the posession of a collector which confirmed my claim ;)
      ....also there are only two tunes by Kleinschuster (Imaginary Mirror + Waltz for G) - the 'rest' was penned by John Surman.
      Cheers

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  6. Thanks! I just post the txt file accompanying the torrent. Corrections noted. bill

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  7. Must have been on Dime twice, because the torrent txt I have says:

    Erich Kleinschuster Sextet and John Surman – Radio Broadcast

    recorded June 13, 1969, Austrophon Studio, Vienna (unreleased studio session)


    Robert Politzer, trumpet, flugelhorn
    Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
    Hans Salomon, alto sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet
    John Surman, soprano sax, baritone sax
    Fritz Pauer, piano
    Jimmy Woode, bass
    Erich Bachträgl, drums

    1. Imaginary Mirror (Kleinschuster) 9:23
    2. Flash Point (Surman) 10:00
    3. Waltz for G (Kleinschuster) 8:58
    4. Mrs. Smith (Surman) 5:23
    5. Beginning (Surman) 8:16
    6. Blue Note (Surman) 7:38

    Most collectors list this as June 13 1968, with Rudolf Hansen on bass.
    However, Dr. Emil Ceska was kind enough to provide correct details from a copy of the original session log in the
    possession of a collector, which gives the correct date and personnel as here.

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    1. That's correct bventure. I saw the log in Germany. A well known collector who had been working for a German broadcast-station showed it to me.

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    2. Karin Krog is highly appreciated around these parts. My neighbour will be delighted, too.

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