The Trio – radio broadcast

Recorded June 6, 1976, New Jazz Festival, Moers unissued

John Surman soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, synthesiser; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums, synthesiser

Timelife Revisiting (Surman) 30:58

here

Advertisements

The Trio – concert recording

Recorded March 8, 1976, Z-Club, Vienna

John Surman, soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, synthesiser; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums, synthesizer

Unknown Title 36:00

Band warming up 2:59

Unknown Title 23:31

Unknown Title 33:15
At 8:14 includes Mountainscape VIII

Unknown Title 19:08

Unknown Title 24:08

here

The Trio – radio broadcast

September 7, 1971

The Trio – radio broadcast

Recorded September 1971, Sjalimm Jazz Club, Bern unissued

John Surman, soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, cornet; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums

Conflagration (Phillips) 11:57

Let’s Stand (Phillips) 8:34

Unknown Title 6:41

Noninka (Martin) 7:49

Cant (Phillips) 11:00

Nuts (Martin) 10:49

Silvercloud (Phillips) 0:41

here

The Trio – radio broadcast

September 6, 1971

The Trio – radio broadcast

Recorded September 1971, Unknown venue, Stuttgart unissued

John Surman, soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums

Unknown Title 7:13

Unknown Title 6:38

Conflagration (Phillips) 8:47

Dee Tune (Surman) 10:48

Unknown Title 6:25

Porte des Lilas (Cooke) 6:12

Nuts (Martin) (inc) 7:03

here

The Trio – radio broadcast

September 4, 1971

The Trio – radio broadcast

Recorded September o4 1971, Helsingin Juhlaviikot (Helsinki Festival), Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki unissued

John Surman, soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums

Unknown Title 14:04

Utah, Oregon (Martin) 9:35

here

The Trio a.o. – tv broadcast

Recorded August 5 1971, Molde Jazz Festival; broadcast on Norwegian television as ‘Jazz I Molde 1971’ on 8 October 1971 unissued

John Surman, soprano and baritone saxophones, bass clarinet; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums

Unknown title 4:07

here  (download) or here (youtube)

John Surman also appeared with Kjell Bækkelund and Karin Krog:
Kjell Bækkelund, piano; Karin Krog, vocal; John Surman, soprano saxophone; Arild Andersen, bass; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, bass; Espen Rud, drums

Various Artists – ‘Ossiach Live’

Recorded June 25-July 5, 1971, Ossiach, Austria BASF 4921119-3/1-3 (Germany) [3LP]

George Gruntz Group:
Maghreb Suite (Gruntz) 23:00
John Surman, soprano saxophone; Jean-Luc Ponty, violin; George Gruntz, electric piano; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums; Salah El Mahdi, nai; Jelloul Osman, mezoued; Moktar Slama, zoukra; Hattab Jouini, tabla, darbouka; Limpe Fuchs, voice

The Trio:
Off Dear (Surman) 7:50
John Surman, baritone saxophone; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums

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

The Trio – ‘By Contact’

Recorded April 16-17, 1971, Tangerine Studios, London Nippon Columbia YS-2733-AX (JP) [LP] Ogun OG529 (UK) [LP]

John Surman, baritone and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet, cornet; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums

Flyover (Surman) 10:40

Open Brown (Phillips) 12:10

Utah, Oregon (Martin) 6:00

Noninka (Martin) 7:40

Cant (Phillips) 6:00

In The Round (Martin/Phillips/Surman) 5:00

The first issue of this album outside of Japan was the Ogun release in 1987. The credits on that disc give the recording date as 1979, but this is  a misprint.

Conflagration Ensemble – NDR radio broadcast

Recorded November 27, 1970, Großer Sendesaal des Funkhauses Studio 10, Hamburg (NDR Jazz Workshop No. 69) unissued

Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, flugelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Eje Thelin, trombone; John Surman, soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Mike Osborne, alto saxophone; Anthony Braxton, alto saxophone; Alan Skidmore, tenor saxophone; Chick Corea, piano; Dave Holland, bass; Barre Phillips, bass; Stu Martin, drums; Barry Altschul, drums, percussion

Conflagration (Phillips) 13:30

Triplet circle (Mangeldorff) 8 :50

Afore the morrow (Surman) 13:40

We were here some time ago (Corea) 18:55

Nuts (Martin) 16:00

Causes are events (Wheeler) 15:45

Umleitung (Mangelsdorff) 12:45

6s and 7s (Phillips) 11:40

“B” (Martin) 11:20

Malachite (Surman) 12:00

Coins (Corea) 6:25

here