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Sunday, February 8, 2015

John Tchicai - Archie Shepp ‎– Rufus (1963)























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    1. Thanks for this listen dogon ad . . . ANY Fontana from the 60's is a must hear for me. Scraps, she seems to be really inhaling that ceegar big time!

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  2. I really really like Marte Röling covers for Fontana. Just awesome. If I were buying jazz albums in the 60s -- not likely; I was born in 1964 -- I would buy all of her covers just out of admiration. Of course, most of them were also musically good.

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    1. Oh, look: her picture on Discogs has her smoking a cigar! I don't know about you, but I think that's pretty great (especially in the sixties).

      http://www.discogs.com/artist/2022209-Marte-R%C3%B6ling

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  3. I agree with Scraps. Friends of mine have framed and hung her covers.
    Dogon, thanks much for this one as I have never seen it.

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  4. It's funny, sometimes an album cover can really infuence your purchasing decisions.These Marte Röling fontana's, when they came out, were an instant turnoff for me. Not because of the art, but because I couldn't fathom this 'NEW MUSIC'. I was a devotee of Riverside, Blue Note and Pacific Jazz etc., pretty mainstream, maybe a sometimes venturing a little out. I would walk down an aisle, see these covers and swiftly pass them lest I be contaminated! Now I have them all!

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    1. The Fontana Marte Röling Series [FMRS] has appeal because of its packaging and the music alike. Collect 'em all!

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  5. dogon ad, thanks for a John Tchicai weekend.

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  7. New Link -

    John Tchicai & Archie Shepp - Rufus (1963):

    http://www52.zippyshare.com/v/BTdbJRQw/file.html

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  8. Uri, you're amazing. Thanks for making these days filled with wonderful music!

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  9. Thanks to you good people I have crossed off two albums from this list, and am still searching for the following:

    Aki Takase & Rudi Mahall: http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2011/11/aki-takase-rudi-mahall-live-in-pavia-10.html

    Paul Lovens, Tobias Delius, Rudi Mahall: http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2013/06/paul-lovens-tobias-delius-rudi-mahall.html

    Monk's Casino: http://ubu-space.blogspot.com/2009/06/monks-casino-hamburg-1999.html

    Gracias!

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