In memory of Johnny Peret

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

Sunday, December 15, 2013

RARITY # 53

DUSKO GOYKOVICH  "YESTERDAY"
ELECTROLA E 23 096 - 45 rpm (single)

GERMANY, 1965

Another obscure 45 rpm from the vault of onxidlib!  This one is for the “completists” only as the jazz content is almost nonexistent.  It is pure easy-listening, well played (it’s Dusko, what would you expect?) and pleasant, pretty similar to the material Shake Keane recorded at about the same time for Ace of Club / DECCA (That’s the Noise LP).








Side A: Yesterday 2:25
Side B: Blumen Für Die Dame 3:07

Dusko Goykovich, fluegelhorn
with the Electrola-Studio-Orchestra and Choir
Recorded 1965 in Germany.
ELECTROLA E 23 096

No details on the musicians (‘the Electrola Studio Orchestra”).



I don’t think I’ll have the time for another post before Xmas.  In the meantime, my best wishes to all & have a jazzy Christmas wherever you are.


15 comments:

  1. With thanks to onxidlib
    http://www41.zippyshare.com/v/16743722/file.html

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  2. onxidlib this is right up my street, thank you so much for this rare post.

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  3. GREAT GREAT GREAT BLOG YOU HAVE HERE: I will connect you with my blog if you want to connect me with yours. JUGOZVUK

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  4. Dear BOOGEYMAN

    Since I am collector of YUGOSLAV artists and music and everything, please be so kind to re-post some 4 albums that includes early life of Bora Rokovic in Germany. These albums are

    MODERN JAZZ STUDIO NR.1
    var. artists (AMIGA 8 50 023 (Mono - 1964), DDR)

    KURT EDELHAGEN UND SEIN ORCHESTER "IN MOSKAU"

    KURT EDELHAGEN ALL-STAR BAND "WESEL 1967"

    WOODY SHAW w/ EDELHAGEN ALL STARS
    WDR Studio 1, Cologne, May 7, 1965

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH IN ADVANCE AND THANK YOU FOR THESE LOST RECORDINGS OF OUR LIVES. YOUR BLOG IS A TREASURE-BLOG!

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    1. Hello, will do but not before next week at the earliest as i am traveling. Onxidlib has just posted a new link for 4 Temperemente (Rarity#17) feat. Dusko.
      I like your blog but there aren't much info in English and I must humbly confess that I am not litterate in Serbian.
      Cheers

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    2. Well, it seems Onxidlib is doing all the work! Fantastic, better than Santa Claus!
      A big thank to Onxidlib

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  5. In keeping with the swingin' nature of this post here's some early Dusko. Sound quite good considering. Reminds me of Art Blakey.....Happy Holidays to all and a Happy New Year!
    Bill (in sunny California)

    Dusko Gojkovich Quintet
    Schwabach (DE)
    May 1971

    Dusko Gojkovich - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Frank St. Peters - tenor sax
    Tete Montoliu - piano
    Micky Bahner - bass
    Joe Nay - drums

    1. Announcement DG (1:28)
    2. Soul Brothers (Goykovich) 10:54
    3. Announcement DG (0:17)
    4. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern) 9:03 [p-trio]
    5. Announcement DG (0:18)
    6. Old Folks Upon A Hill (Hill-Robison) 5:43 [ts out]
    7. Announcement DG (0:13)
    8. Bass Blues (John Coltrane) 8:44

    TT: 36:44

    Sound: A-/B+
    Source: radio broadcast
    Lineage: Radio > ? > CDR in trade > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)


    Edits: separated announcements

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  6. http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/56031821/file.html

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  7. Santa came aerly this year! Thanks Bill

    (Boogieman in not-so-sunny-these-days Morocco)

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  8. merry xmas boogieman -- unlikely to be white, I guess -- with many thanks for your blog

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  9. bottle in the sea : how can you give you my links for "Orchester Erwin Lehn" MPs Records, japanese edition ?

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