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Video : 1976 Alphonse Mouzon & Gary Bartz

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1 Video : 1976 Alphonse Mouzon & Gary Bartz on Sun Mar 01, 2015 7:26 pm


Alphonse Mouzon  - Drums
Gary  Bartz - Sax

Stu Goldberg - Electric Piano and Moog
Welton  Gite - Electric Bass


Great to see a Video from 1976
Love his kit with 2 small toms on the outside


Great to see a Moog working good


From German TV Gig


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Thanks for posting this. I never saw any film of Alphonse from that time. I had some albums he played on; Larry Coryell's Seventh House for one. And a couple of his own albums. Big, fast, round house fills. Very interesting to see him play here and think back to the audio of the day.

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Alphonse Mouzon is a great drummer!I saw him at the new morning in Paris during the 90's ,we were only 30 or 40 in the club???Another underrated drummer! Peace,Stef.

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Asaph wrote:Thanks for posting this. I never saw any film of Alphonse from that time. I had some albums he played on; Larry Coryell's Seventh House for one. And a couple of his own albums. Big, fast, round house fills. Very interesting to see him play here and think back to the audio of the day.


Yes its TV   so why not do a DVD in 5.1
I am sure with Japan sales
it will be a mega hit  as a Limited Edition.


There is  a DVD of Jaco with Al on a Solo
Its great to see his fast solos
as we hear them and when you see them
its his own style of playing
nothing like you would think.
As he switches hold on the sticks as its intense speed.


Utter Bliss


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stephane wrote:Alphonse Mouzon is a great drummer!I saw him at the new morning in Paris during the 90's ,we were only 30 or 40 in the club???Another underrated drummer! Peace,Stef.


I do not think he is underrated
I think its Hard  as for many years
he has his own label.
So he has to do it all.


When Japan put out all his Entire Blue Note Recordings even the Live Gig
2 seperate CD's
[Blue Note Live at the Roxy] (his 3 tracks are on CD1 , Ronnie Laws has 4 tracks, Donald Byrd has 2 tracks)
all in 24bit  CD
1972 - 1976
then you feel the drums at a clear better louder level.


I can not believe "some" UK people like Soul Brother Records(passion music) CD's
are not doing 24bit.
I got their 1976 CD

Then I bought the Blue Note 1976  in 24bit
from Japan "same price   as  I bought it fast"
Miles apart   as the sound is at another level




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Colin, I'm very curious. You may have mentioned it here before I joined the forum but, just how many recordings do you have in your collection?

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Asaph wrote:Colin, I'm very curious. You may have mentioned it here before I joined the forum but, just how many recordings do you have in your collection?

Above 5000

lost count


BluSpec DSD CDs (Japan)
SACD 5.1 DSD
DTS 5.1 disks
DVDA 5.1
SHMCD's (Japan)
24bit remasters Japan


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