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    Posted: 17 Jun 2011 at 12:45am
The album and DVD of live that Weather Report did in Germany in 1978 are scheduled to be put on the market at the same time. The fan might be interesting.
 
Live In Offenbach 1978 (CD)
 
 
Disc 1

1. Black Market 
2. Scarlet Woman 
3. Young and Fine 
4. The Pursuit of the Woman with the Feathered Hat 
5. A Remark You Made 
6. River People 
7. Thanks for the Memories 
8. Dolores / Portrait of Tracy / Third Stone from the Sun 
9. Mr. Gone 
 
Disc 2
 
1. In a Silent Way 
2. Waterfall 
3. Teen Town 
4. I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good / The Midnight Sun Will Never Set On You 
5. Birdland 
6. Introductions 
7. Fred & Jack 
8. Elegant People 
9. Badia 
 
Live In Offenbach 1978 (DVD)
 
 
1. Black Market
2. Scarlet Woman
3. Young And Fine
4. Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat
5. A Remark You Made
6. River People
7. Thanks For The Memories
8. Delores/Portrait Of Tracy/Third Stone From The Sun
9. Mr. Gone
10. In A Silent Way
11. Waterfall
12. Teen Town
13. I Got It Bad And That Ainít Good/The Midnight Sun Will Never Set On You
14. Birdland
15. Introductions
16. Fred & Jack
17. Elegant People
18. Badia
 
- Joe Zawinul (keyboards)
- Wayne Shorter (soprano, alto & tenor saxophones)
- Jaco Pastorius (Bass)
- Peter Erskine (drums)
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Not a big fan of the Pastorius era WR (I purposely own no albums of that time), but i may actually indulge in the DVD to fill this gap in my shelves... and that'll be all for that era...
 
 
BTW, I have nothing from the vicotor bailey-era either.
 
 
But it'll be a difficult choice between this 78 in Offenbach and the following Montreux in 76
 


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I also like initial WR. Especially, the quality of 1st album and 2nd album might be good.

I only thought news to want the jazz hound to nothing but learn.

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Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

I also like initial WR. Especially, the quality of 1st album and 2nd album might be good.

I only thought news to want the jazz hound to nothing but learn.

I much prefer the first Vitous-era WR to any others...
 
this DVD is magnificient!
 
 
taken from a Bremen TV broacast in 71, just prior to Body Electric.(Airto is still with them)
 
 
 


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Thank you for information. SmilePerhaps, I have not seen it. Live that I had seen before was an initial considerably work. I do not remember the details. The scene only remembered was a scene that threw sandals at the table by Don Un Romao and raised the voice.LOL Perhaps, I think that the tune was Seventh Arrow.

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Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

Thank you for information. SmilePerhaps, I have not seen it. Live that I had seen before was an initial considerably work. I do not remember the details. The scene only remembered was a scene that threw sandals at the table by Don Un Romao and raised the voice.LOL Perhaps, I think that the tune was Seventh Arrow.
 
Let's call that the sandal scandalLOL
 
 
Actually.....
 
I seem to remember there were sandals on Airto moreira's table as well.
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Big smile
Perhaps, I have the possibility that the content of the video seen before is confused. Anyway, the percussion player did it and Zawinul smiled a wry smile. And, the rhythm section was perfect.
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Thanks for posting, I will be on the look out.  WR with Peter Erskine not my favorite WR but any time I can get Zawinul & Shorter together is a good time.
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You're welcome.
I have a lot of albums of WR as a subjective opinion. Peter Erskine is a wonderful drum certainly player. However, I had the doubt in the compatibility of WR and Peter Erskine a little if it thought about the music character of WR and the idea. It is felt that Steve Gadd is also of course similar.
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Sounds good.
 
At least the DVD. I imagine the CD would be a bit on the pricey side, but I have no WR DVDs and seeing this era of WR live might be a good thing.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote harmonium.ro Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Jun 2011 at 6:27pm
Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

I also like initial WR. Especially, the quality of 1st album and 2nd album might be good.



Same here!

But I love Black Market. It's the album that made me appreciate Fusion.
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