Live at "Café van Dijk" Loosdrecht Jazz Festival, . Label Code: LC 03441. Matrix, Runout: RFD80M-80660 80 3B. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat. Charles Tolliver's Music Inc. Live At The Loosdrecht Jazz Festival (2xLP, Album, Gat). Charles Tolliver - Music Inc. Charles Tolliver - Music Inc - Grand Max - Live At The Loosdrecht Jazz Festival (CD, Album, RE).
Live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival. Live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival is a live album by Music Inc. led by American jazz trumpeter Charles Tolliver recorded in 1972 and first released as a double LP on the Strata-East label, later released on CD as Grand Max by the Black Lion label.
Impact is a live album by Music Inc. led by American jazz trumpeter Charles Tolliver recorded in 1972 and first released on the Enja label. All compositions by Charles Tolliver except as indicated. Brilliant Circles" - 15:29. Truth" (Stanley Cowell) - 9:04. Prayer for Peace" (Cowell) - 15:58. Absecretions" (Cowell) - 11:22 Bonus track on CD reissue. Our Second Father" - 13:43 Bonus track on CD reissue. Charles Tolliver - trumpet. Stanley Cowell - piano. Ron Mathewson - bass.
By: Music Inc (1978, Jazz). Live At The Loosdrecht Jazz Festival by Music Inc. Live At Slugs’ Volume II by Music Inc. Music Inc. by Music Inc. View all albums . New Tolliver. By: Music Inc (1978, Jazz).
Charles Tolliver's Music Inc. Released. Charles Tolliver chronology. Live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival (1973). Live in Tokyo (1973).
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Originally released by Strata East as Live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival, this CD reissue features the great but very underrated trumpeter Charles Tolliver in a quartet with pianist John Hicks, bassist Reggie Workman and drummer Alvin Queen.
Music Inc : Live At The Loosdrecht Jazz Festival (aka Grand Max) Post Bop 1973. Charles Tolliver, Music Inc : Live In Tokyo Post Bop 1974. Live In Berlin At The Quasimodo Vo. Post Bop 1990. One can only hope this fabulous album will someday be rescued from the dust of oblivion. If you can find The Ringer in any format, do not hesitate to snap it up immediately. Yet just one year previously, Paper Man (featuring Gary Bartz, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Joe Chambers) was released on the exact same label, and is also well worth looking for.