JOHN SURMAN - STOCKHOLM 1968

December 23, 2020 – 7:57 am

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JOHN SURMAN
Concert UER - Stockholm Jazz Orchestra
Stockholm 1968 [no label, 1CD]

Live in Stockholm, Sweden; November 16, 1968. Very good digital broadcast.

Thanks to henrymucca for sharing the show at Dime.

UER - Union Européenne De Radio-télévision - is the same as EBU - European Broadcasting Union.

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John Surman is an English jazz saxophone, bass clarinet and synthesizer player, and composer of free jazz and modal jazz, often using themes from folk music as a basis. Many of the musical relationships he established during the 1970s have continued to the present. These include a quartet with pianist John Taylor, bassist Chris Laurence, and drummer John Marshall; duets and other projects with Norwegian singer Karin Krog; and duets and other projects with American drummer/pianist Jack DeJohnette. Other musicians he has worked with include bassist Miroslav Vitous, bandleader Gil Evans, pianist Paul Bley and Vigleik Storaas, guitarists Terje Rypdal and John Abercrombie and trumpeter Tomasz Stańko. In recent years he has composed several suites of music that feature his playing in unusual contexts, including with church organ and chorus (Proverbs and Songs, 1996); with a classical string quintet (Coruscating); and with the London Brass and Jack DeJohnette (Free and Equal, 2001). - wikipedia

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Track 01. Suite in 7 movements - 1st movement 4:15
Track 02. Suite in 7 movements - 2nd movement 7:08
Track 03. Suite in 7 movements - 3rd movement 2:30
Track 04. Suite in 7 movements - 4th movement 3:49
Track 05. Suite in 7 movements - 5th movement 4:02
Track 06. Suite in 7 movements - 6th movement 3:41
Track 07. Suite in 7 movements - 7th movement 2:48
Track 08. Revised Edition 7:21
Track 09. Gingerbread Boy 6:44
Track 10. Miss Flits 8:53
Track 11. Otis, Jonnie, Flame 6:14
Track 12. Helsinki at Noon 4:46
Track 13. Zores Mores 8:09
Track 14. Blues Masochiste 4:55
Track 15. Autumn 65 5:38
81 mins

Lineup:
Nicolas Fissette, trumpet
Franjo Jenc, trumpet
Palle Mikkelborg, trumpet
Bertil Loevgren, trumpet
Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
Eric Kleinschuster, trombone
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Dino Piana, trombone
Runo Ericson, tuba
Luc Hoffman, alto sax
Hannu Sescelin, alto sax
Herman Schoonderwalt, alto sax
Jan Garbarek, tenor sax
Erik Norstrom, tenor sax
John Surman, baritone sax
Martial Solal, piano
Rune Gustafsson, guitar
Palle Danielsson, double bass
Rupert Clemendore, congas
Jan Nyman, drums
Daniel Bell, conductor

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  1. 26 Responses to “JOHN SURMAN - STOCKHOLM 1968”

  2. Thank you very much for this!

    By JustDave on Dec 23, 2020

  3. Rumor has it John had an Average Un

    By U L E on Dec 23, 2020

  4. Erich Kleinschuster, trombone
    Eric Kleinschuster, trombone

    Must have been a loud, confusing household

    By Crawdad on Dec 23, 2020

  5. Hello, BigO, on behalf of those who like this sort of stuff, thank you very much.

    Am I being too optimistic in hoping for some top class Millard captures of classic rock over the festive period?

    Here’s hoping, and thank you in advance.

    By The Ghost of Mike Millard on Dec 23, 2020

  6. More Cactus get with the fuckin program

    By Derrick on Dec 23, 2020

  7. Eric Kleinschuster was the oldest Kleinschuster. Erich, Erik, Aric Rick, Erica, and little Rico also played trombone. Post some of their shows, Big O!

    By Eric on Dec 23, 2020

  8. I dropped another load of squishy brown feces in my shorts

    By HHH on Dec 23, 2020

  9. thanks for all the John Surman recently. I’m impressed with all those big names in European avant-garde jazz.

    By zaar locust on Dec 23, 2020

  10. more jimmy page with yardbirds, zeppelin, the firm, sessions work

    By DD on Dec 23, 2020

  11. More ass for me to suck too.

    By DD on Dec 23, 2020

  12. DD- Here’s mine, I’ll suck your coc when you’re finished.

    I’ll give you a big sloppy tongue kiss on your real purty mouth first sweety.

    By Corey M on Dec 23, 2020

  13. Im getting like HHH. I just shit my pants and now Im sitting on it making squishy sounds

    By Corey M on Dec 24, 2020

  14. Leslie West, the towering guitarist who created the hard-rock milestone “Mississippi Queen” with his band Mountain, died Wednesday morning. West’s brother, Larry West Weinstein, confirmed the musician’s death to Rolling Stone. He was 75. A cause of death was not immediately available, but West suffered cardiac arrest at his home near Daytona, Florida on Monday and was rushed to a hospital, where he never regained consciousness.

    By sking on Dec 24, 2020

  15. Expect Derrick on here today to make some remarks about Jewishness.

    By HHH on Dec 24, 2020

  16. The that wasn’t me above . The name stealers continue their childish ways . Derrick, dd , I believe West was Hebrew , his brother’s name is Weinstein, as in Harvey Weinstein, that piece of shit convicted rapist movie mogul who sits in Rykers isle at this time . Jews are for the most part rapists , pedophiles and Wall Street ponzi schemers . See Bernie Madoff and Jeffery Epstein.

    By HHH on Dec 24, 2020

  17. When names end in stein , berg or witz , you can be sure that they are Jew filth.

    By HHH on Dec 24, 2020

  18. Say it ain’t so triple h , not Leslie West . Did he change his name or something? Just like Bob Dylan did ? That ones really hurt

    By Derrick on Dec 24, 2020

  19. I think Lou Reed was a Jew bastard too , so was the members of Jefferson Airplane . That was another hard one to fuckin swallow

    By Derrick on Dec 24, 2020

  20. With a surname like Weinstein what do you think bro?

    By DD on Dec 24, 2020

  21. “The that wasn’t me above”… What are you on triple h? Can I have some?

    By Nelson on Dec 24, 2020

  22. Derrick, I told you that a while ago that Leslie was Jewish. Mountain was named after him because he was so large. I felt bout him the way you feel bout Dylan. It was disturbing but at least he had Felix Pappalardi.

    By DD on Dec 24, 2020

  23. I shit my pants 3 times this morning when I heard the new about Mr West. So sad. I was taking a dump to Nantucket Sleighride

    By Corey M on Dec 24, 2020

  24. So did I - and I started all this.

    By HHH on Dec 24, 2020

  25. Come on Derrick - WAKE UP !!!!!!!

    By HHH on Dec 24, 2020

  26. Now i gots the brown squirts from this bad news. Im shitting up my pants, my basement room all over brown runny shit down my legs. cant stop so upset bout leslie weinstein

    By Corey M on Dec 24, 2020

  27. What? Another John Surman set? Can’t complain about that. Good to see some real appreciative comments too. Thanks a ton. Much appreciated.

    By treborij on Dec 26, 2020

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