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    Posted: 02 Nov 2011 at 3:02am
Kind of screwed up this entry a while back (didn't have the full info)
 
first of all, it's a live release, from Cuneiform dating from 2005
 
the line-ups (I think I had that right)
CD1 Workpoints,
Kenny Wheeler, Harry Beckett, Henry Lowther (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Dave Aaron, John Surman, Karl Jenkins (saxophones)
Chris Smith, Mike Gibbs, John Mumford (trombone)
Frank Ricotti (vibes)
John Marshall (drums)
Graham Collier (bass, leader)

CD2
Live in Middleheim
Harry Beckett (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Art Themen (tenor and soprano sax)
Ed Speight (guitar)
Roger Dean (piano, electric piano)
John Webb (drums)
Graham Collier (bass, leader)

 

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Cuneiform RUNE 213/214
 
Disc 1: Workpoints, recorded in concert in Southampton, England, March 1968
Disc 2: Live in Middleheim, recorded in concert in Middleheim, Belgium, August 1975
 
track list:
CD1
Workpoints
1. Deep Dark Blue Centre (18:13)
2. The Barley Mow (5:45)
3. Workpoints Part One (12:46)
4. Workpoints Part Two (10:14)
5. Workpoints Part Three (11:17)
6. Workpoints Part Four (16:31)

 
CD2
Middleheim
1. Little Ben (18:50)
2. Under the Pier (6:00)
3. Darius Part One (8:01)
4. Darius Part Three (13:18)
5. Darius PartF our (8:01)
6. Darius Part One Reprise (4:08)
7. Clear Moon (6:33)
8. Mackerel Sky.(6:27)

 

 


 
 


Edited by Sean Trane - 02 Nov 2011 at 3:18am
my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicted musicians to crazy ones....

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I just adopted the information that I submitted it to. Please confirm whether it is appropriate.
 
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Much betterThumbs Up... but there seems to be big gaps in the presentation between CD2 track list  and Line-ups
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This said,
 
I'm positive Darius is NOT a Live album (studio and stupendous too)
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I made some modifications. JMA always provides an ease and pleasure.Thumbs Up
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