Wednesday, 12 May 2021

Amazingly back to the NTSU with Lab '81





I never would have thought I'd return to this series, but here we are.  Good thing I did return, because this one is good.  Showing I should have pursued it farther and not given up.  A couple of 'throwaway' standard charts and the remainder very strong fusion-big band composition with some really intelligent ideas, all on 2-LP set.  Many, many thanks to the ripper!

Evening in Lucerne:




Lovely stuff.

11 comments:



  1. https://www114.zippyshare.com/v/GbVB7WRH/file.html

    https://www.sendspace.com/file/iqz3dn

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  2. This is just great!!!
    Young Jim Snidero and Tim Ries in the saxophone section - and Bisonnette brothers on bass and drums. Can't wait to hear this!

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  3. I usually pass on this series, but the sample you posted is really nice. Thanks for the heads up.

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  4. Gtreat stuff, thanks Julian

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  5. Wasn't Lyle Mays part of that ensemble in 1975? Unless I am totally daft he did attend the school during the mid 70s prior to his famous run in with Mr. Metheny.

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  6. Lyle Mays appeared in some of the earlier NTSU I posted but I don't remember which one (s)

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    1. If you ever come across those Mays recordings please do post as they are some of the earliest recordings in his career.

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