Various artists – ‘2. Internationales New Jazz Meeting Auf Burg Altena’
Recorded June 26 1971, Altena, Germany JG 27/28 (Germany) [2LP]

Peter Brötzmann Trio

Alan Skidmore Quintet and Guests
KLM
And Think Again (Taylor) 25:44
Alan Skidmore, tenor saxophone; Malcolm Griffiths, trombone; John Taylor, piano; Chris Laurence, bass; Tony Levin, drums; Mike Osborne, alto saxophone; John Surman, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Norma Winstone, voice

Tomasz Stanko Quintet

New Jazz Ensemble and Karin Krog

Albert Mangelsdorf Quartet and The Trio
Timelife Revisiting (Surman) 19:19
Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Heinz Sauer, tenor saxophone; John Surman, baritone and soprano saxophones; Barre Phillips, Günter Lenz, bass; Stu Martin, Ralf Hübner, drums

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Alan Skidmore Quintet – ‘TCB’

Recorded October 21, 1970, Philips Studio, London Philips 6308041 (UK) [LP], Philips UCCM-9140 (Japan) [CD]

Malcolm Griffiths, trombone; Alan Skidmore, tenor saxophone; John Taylor, piano, electric piano; Chris Laurence, bass; Tony Levin, drums; with John Surman, soprano saxophone on 4-7; Mike Osborne, alto saxophone on 4-7

Jack Knife (Surman) 7:58

Lantern Wood (Warren) 10:00

One On One Off (Warren) 6:56

T.C.B. (Skidmore) 7:30

Walk In And Dance Out (Osborne) 6:12

A.J. (Surman) 3:38

And Think Again (Taylor) 2:44

Various artists – ‘Remembering ’70’

Recorded in Dortmund, Altena and Iserlohn 1970  JG Records JG 24/25 (LP)

Four City Seven and One
Blackbirds of Paradise
Sidewalk Hot Jazz Orchestra
Niels Unbehagen Quartett

Dave Pike Set
Rüdiger Schulz Quartett
Jan Huydts Trio und Theo Lovendie

Wolfgang Dauner Trio
Alexander v. Schlippenbach Trio
John Surman Trio + Alan Skidmore – Dee Tune
Alan Skidmore – tenor and soprano saxophones; John Surman – baritone and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet; Barre Phillips – bass; Stu Martin – drums

Champion Jack Dupree
Xhol Caravan

although there is no conclusive evidence, it is likely that the Trio track on this set derives from the Internationales New Jazz Meeting auf Burg Altena on 26 June 1970 (also featured on JG21/22 – above)