ALPHONSE MOUZON R.I.P. 1948-2016

December 28, 2016 – 8:56 am



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ALPHONSE MOUZON R.I.P. 1948-2016

On September 7, 2016, Alphonse Mouzon - American jazz fusion drummer and the owner of Tenacious Records - was diagnosed with neuroendocrine carcinoma, a rare form of cancer. On December 25, 2016, Mouzon died of cancer at the age of 68. A composer, arranger, producer and actor, Mouzon gained popularity in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In 1974, Mouzon recorded Mind Transplant with guitarist Tommy Bolin. (On December 4, 1976, Tommy Bolin died from an overdose of heroin and other substances, including alcohol, cocaine and barbiturates. He was 25.)

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ALPHONSE MOUZON AND TOMMY BOLIN
Hollywood 1974 [no label, 1CD]

Live at Glen Holly Studios, Hollywood, CA; October 6, 1974. Fairly to very good soundboard. Hissy.

Thanks to tolvis for sharing the tracks at Dime.

tolvis noted:

I have no idea if the titles are legit, this is what I got.

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Source:
hissy, high gen soundboard

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Track 01. He’s Always There 4:57 (8.3MB)
Track 02. Got The Feeling 3:19 (5.6MB)
Track 03. Farewell 2:57 (5.0MB)
Track 04. Morning Dew 26:27 (44.4MB)
Track 05. In Your Hands 10:05 (16.9MB)
Track 06. Got To Hurry 3:03 (5.1MB)
Track 07. I’m Not Talking 8:12 (13.8MB)
Track 08. Lost Woman 11:23 (19.1MB)
71 mins

Alphonse Mouzon - drums
Tommy Bolin - guitar, vocals

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  1. 7 Responses to “ALPHONSE MOUZON R.I.P. 1948-2016”

  2. Crap, another legend gone. Tommy Bolin of course died many years ago but 2016 has many of our heroes gone forever.

    By Arnoud on Dec 28, 2016

  3. Very strange that 7 of the 8 titles all have a jeff beck connection.
    Tracks 1,3,6,7,8 were all names of Yardbirds song with #7 actually being a cover they did of a mose allsion song,track 2 was a song from Jeff Beck Group rough and ready track 4 from jeff beck group with rod stewart yet none of these songs are correctly named.

    By sluggo on Dec 28, 2016

  4. Listen to the interesting CD “Captured Raw” (No Label, #GHS-102, 2013 Compilation), the original raw uncut Glen Holly Studio recordings 1973 - 1976 Jams Vol. 1.

    By Domenico on Dec 28, 2016

  5. tolvis noted:

    I have no idea if the titles are legit, this is what I got.

    By tolvis said on Dec 29, 2016

  6. What a crappy year for losing so many artists , most who are legends , David Bowie got it started followed by GlennFrey

    By Corey M on Dec 29, 2016

  7. Thanks, BigO!

    Glad to have this show. Not enough Tommy Bolin out there in a jazz mode (Billy Cobham’s Spectrum being a notable exception).

    Also check out Alphonse’s contributions on Patrick Moraz’z solo album “The Story of I”.

    By Walter on Jan 3, 2017

  8. I was stunned to find out here that he passed away. I didn’t know him personally but we exchanged emails and I can tell you he was a so nice person to communicate with. I can’t believe it.

    By jw on Jan 5, 2017

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