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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Hank Mobley - Copenhagen 1968

re-upping this on request -- please note that the tracklist included in the old RAR (still the same ones shared previously) does not identify CD3#1yet!

Hank Mobley Quartet
Copenhagen (Denmark), Monmartre Jazzhus
March 1968

Hank Mobley - tenor saxophone
Kenny Drew - piano
NHOP - bass
Albert "Tootie" Heath - drums

CD1/67:40
1. Rhythm-a-Ning (Thelonious Monk) 3:16
2. The Vamp (Hank Mobley) 20:36
3. Alone Together (Schwartz-Dietz) 6:58
4. Blue Bossa (Kenny Dorham) 16:15
5. Blue Monk (Thelonious Monk) / The Theme (Miles Davis) 8:09
6. If I Were a Bell (Frank Loesser) 12:24

CD2/61:29
1. Workout (Hank Mobley) 18:13
2. Up Over and Out (Hank Mobley) 26:59
3. Third Time Around (Hank Mobley) 16:16

CD3/37:24
1. Delauney's Dilemma (John Lewis) 5:01 [inc]
2. Summertime (Gershwin-Heyward) 17:22
3. Airegin (Sonny Rollins) / The Theme (Miles Davis) 15:00

TT: 167:33

Sound: B+
Source: Soundboard
Lineage: SBD > reel > ? > DAT > .wav via S/PDIF and Midiman Dio 2448
digital soundcard > CoolEdit Pro 2.0 > CD Wave > CDR

Notes: Sound quality varies from good to very good, possibly indicating
compilation from different sources and performances.

15 comments:

ubu said...

FLAC + info:

part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 5

francisco santos said...

Big THX !....

Otis Foster said...

Wonderful - Mobley never failed to generate artful music, even this late.

Sphere said...

Thanks, Ubu - the Japanese CD that has released some of these tracks notes the date as 10 March 1968.

ubu said...

No idea what their source is ... might even be what we have here, as that bootleg set also seems to contain the Griffin/Mobley set that yours truly helped to put together (not that I'm the source, but a friend helped fixing speed, I did some splicing etc.)

Anyway, p. 7 of this article gives "April 1968" as date - and might be the best source we have so far:
http://dvm.nu/files/musik_forskning/1996/mf1996_08.pdf

grumpy said...

Mobley is a great favourite of mine and this is all new to me - wonderful! Many thanks ubu.

Raef Black said...

Thanks Ubu , your the man!

Musrafak said...

Do yuo have the covers?

ubu said...

no, sorry - and don't know about "the" covers (which ones? this is not sourced from any illegitimate release, it's the files that are in circulation among traders)

anon'n'on said...

thanks for hank

Musrafak said...

Please, forgive my poor english, ubu. i was trying to allude to the scans. You konw, the Booklet, Tray, Back and things like that.

ubu said...

No problem, I understood that.

It's just that this is a file-set shared on various platforms for many years, and I never received any (self-made) covers for it, never did any myself, so there are none.

This is not a rip of some bootleg edition of the same material that would of course come with covers.

Jazzjet said...

I don't know how I missed this first time around but many thanks for re-upping. Wonderful!

ritzbird said...

Wonderful post, many thanks to all involved.Most appreciated.

Patrick duka said...

many thanks for posting this!