11 April 2012

NDR JAZZ WORKSHOP NO.77 - PETER BRÖTZMANN TRIO & FRIENDS ( HAMBURG, 1972)






Peter Brotzmann Trio & Friends - Live in Hamburg 1972


Peter Brötzmann, tenor and baritone saxophone
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Paul Rutherford, trombone
Steve Lacy, soprano saxophone
Misha Mengelberg, piano
Fred Van Hove, piano
Han Bennink, drums, percussion

01. Announcement 00:53
02. Nikkes at All (Brötzmann) 19:46
03. Freies Stuck (improvisation) 30:48
04. The End (Brötzmann) 10:54


Recorded live at Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany on February 28th, 1972.

Recorded for "NDR Jazzworkshop No.77", NDR (North German Broadcast).

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17 comments:

onxidlib said...
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wightdj said...

Wonderful, thanks.

Benoît said...

Waaahh... Incredible! Can't find more words right now... Thank you so much!

Nick said...

Thanks Onxi

Great one

giu said...

fantastic!! thanks

Rev. Dr. Moller. MDMA, THC and BAR. said...

This looks good, thanks.

Bozo the Clown said...

one of the great concerts of human history.

Kevin said...

Amazing! Thanks for sharing this incredible document.

Cheers,

matt w said...

This is great, thanks!

Anonymous said...

Is there any chance of you reuploading this? Rapidshare is just not working, and neither is oron.

Thank you very very much

onxidlib said...

Re-up is coming.

onxidlib said...

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-Otto- said...

Thank you very much for the re-up!

-Otto- said...

Looking at the pictures, they seem to have been taken at the former Studio 10 and großer Sendesall (now Rolf Liebermann Studio) of the NDR in Hamburg Harvestehude located along Oberstraße. This building used to be the new temple/synagogue that was built in 1931. These pictures may have been taken at a rehearsal (as there is no audience present). The recordings and their ambient noise and feel suggest that they were indeed recorded at "Die Fabrik" in Hamburg Ottensen. The announcement is by Michael Naura.

Here's an image of the Oberstaße interior (from wikipedia):

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Liebermann-Saal_Oberstrasse_120.jpg

onxidlib said...

Thanks Otto for some background. Such informations are always appreciated - at least on my side.
And yes - I've forgot to mention that Naura is 'on board' - as mostly between the mid-sixties and 1999.

-Otto- said...

"großer Sendesaal" of course. Stupid typo.

Anonymous said...

Thank you immensely for the re-upload! Very much appreciated, greetings from Mexico!