The Complete Candid Recordings of Cecil Taylor and Buell Neidlinger

~ Release by Cecil Taylor (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

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CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Air (take 5)
10:34
2Number One (take 1)
recording engineer:
Bob d’Orleans (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
drums (drum set):
Sunny Murray (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recorded at:
Nola Recording Studios in New York, United States (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recording of:
Number One (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
composer:
Cecil Taylor
12:35
3Number One (take 3)
8:40
4This Nearly Was Mine (take 2)
instrumental recording of:
This Nearly Was Mine (South Pacific) (in 1960-10)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
Williamson Music Company
part of:
South Pacific (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
10:54
5Air (take 9)
recording engineer:
Bob d’Orleans (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recorded at:
Nola Recording Studios in New York, United States (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recording of:
Air (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
composer:
Cecil Taylor
publisher:
Syndicore
17:27
CD 2
#TitleRatingLength
1E.B. (take 2)
9:58
2Lazy Afternoon (take 1)
14:56
3Air (take 21)
recording engineer:
Bob d’Orleans (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recorded at:
Nola Recording Studios in New York, United States (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recording of:
Air (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
composer:
Cecil Taylor
publisher:
Syndicore
11:27
4Air (take 28)
8:44
5Air (take 29)
10:24
6Port of Call (take 2)
4:20
7Port of Call (take 3)
recording engineer:
Bob d’Orleans (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recorded at:
Nola Recording Studios in New York, United States (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
recording of:
Port of Call (from 1960-10-12 until 1960-10-13)
composer:
Cecil Taylor
4:22
CD 3
#TitleRatingLength
1Davis (take 1)
3:10
2Davis (take 3)
5:17
3O.P. (take 1)
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
7:32
4Cell Walk for Celeste (take 1)
11:28
5Cell Walk for Celeste (take 3)
9:50
6Cell Walk for Celeste (take 8)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola’s Penthouse in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
11:41
7I Forgot (take 1)
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
trombone:
Roswell Rudd (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
trumpet:
Clark Terry (American swing trumpeter) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
8:32
8Section C (take 1)
10:15
CD 4
#TitleRatingLength
1Jumpin' Punkins (take 4)
recording of:
Jumpin' Punkins (in 1961-01)
composer:
Mercer Ellington
8:20
2Things Ain't What They Used to Be (take 1)
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacey (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
trombone:
Roswell Rudd (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
trumpet:
Clark Terry (American swing trumpeter) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola’s Penthouse in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
instrumental recording of:
Things Ain’t What They Used to Be (in 1961-01)
lyricist:
Ted Persons
composer:
Mercer Ellington (in 1942)
10:07
3Things Ain't What They Used to Be (take 3)
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
instrumental recording of:
Things Ain’t What They Used to Be (in 1961-01)
lyricist:
Ted Persons
composer:
Mercer Ellington (in 1942)
9:00
4Jumpin' Punkins (take 6)
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
tenor saxophone:
Archie Shepp (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recording of:
Jumpin' Punkins (in 1961-01)
composer:
Mercer Ellington
8:14
5Cindy's Main Mood (take 1)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola’s Penthouse in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
5:14
6O.P. (take 2)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
piano:
Cecil Taylor (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
recorded at:
Nola’s Penthouse in New York, United States (from 1961-01-09 until 1961-01-10)
9:10