Coup de tête

~ Release by Kip Hanrahan (see all versions of this release, 4 available)

Tracklist

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Hybrid SACD (SACD layer) 1
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1Whatever I Want
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
alto saxophone:
George Cartwright (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
bongos:
Nicky Marrero (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
percussion:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Byard Lancaster (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:44
2At the Moment of the Serve
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas and percussion:
Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Jamaaladeen Tacuma (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and George Naha (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
percussion:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:21
3This Night Comes Out of Both of Us
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and George Naha (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
flute:
Byard Lancaster (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
flute and piccolo:
George Cartwright (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
percussion:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02), Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02), Nicky Marrero (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Lisa Herman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:43
4India Song
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
accordion:
Orlando Di Girolamo (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
flute:
George Cartwright (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
French horn:
John Clark (flute & horn player) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
piano:
Carla Bley (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Carla Bley (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
4:18
5A Lover Divides Time (to Hear How It Sounds)
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
congas:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas and percussion:
Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Jamaaladeen Tacuma (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Lisa Herman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
3:17
6No One Gets to Transcend Anything (No One Except Oil Company Executives)
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
congas:
Jerry González (in 1981-07)
drums (drum set):
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (in 1981-07) and Anton Fier (drummer) (in 1981-07)
electric bass guitar:
Jamaaladeen Tacuma (in 1981-07)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (in 1981-07) and Bern Nix (in 1981-07)
percussion:
Kip Hanrahan (in 1981-07)
shekere:
Gene Golden (Latin jazz percussionist) (in 1981-07)
tenor saxophone:
John Stubblefield (in 1981-07)
vocals:
Kip Hanrahan (in 1981-07)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (in 1981-07)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
3:44
7Shadow to Shadow
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
agogô and surdo:
Dom Um Romão (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Fred Frith (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
shekere:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Lisa Herman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
7:08
8Sketch From Two Cubas
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
congas:
Gene Golden (Latin jazz percussionist) (from 1979-07 until 1980-01), Jerry González (from 1979-07 until 1980-01) and Carlos Mestre (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
percussion and synthesizer:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
trumpet:
Michael Mantler (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
recorded at:
Grog Kill Studio in Woodstock, New York, United States (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
4:09
9Heart on My Sleeve
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
accordion:
Orlando Di Girolamo (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
double bass [bass]:
Cecil McBee (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Victor Lewis (drums) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
soprano saxophone:
David Liebman (saxophonist) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Teo Macero (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:18
Hybrid SACD (CD layer) 2
#TitleRatingLength
1Whatever I Want
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
alto saxophone:
George Cartwright (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
bongos:
Nicky Marrero (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
percussion:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Byard Lancaster (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:44
2At the Moment of the Serve
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas and percussion:
Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Jamaaladeen Tacuma (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and George Naha (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
percussion:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:21
3This Night Comes Out of Both of Us
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and George Naha (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
flute:
Byard Lancaster (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
flute and piccolo:
George Cartwright (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
percussion:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02), Kip Hanrahan (from 1980-11 until 1981-02), Nicky Marrero (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Lisa Herman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:43
4India Song
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
accordion:
Orlando Di Girolamo (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
flute:
George Cartwright (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
French horn:
John Clark (flute & horn player) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
piano:
Carla Bley (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Carla Bley (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
4:18
5A Lover Divides Time (to Hear How It Sounds)
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
congas:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
congas and percussion:
Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Jamaaladeen Tacuma (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Lisa Herman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
3:17
6No One Gets to Transcend Anything (No One Except Oil Company Executives)
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
congas:
Jerry González (in 1981-07)
drums (drum set):
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (in 1981-07) and Anton Fier (drummer) (in 1981-07)
electric bass guitar:
Jamaaladeen Tacuma (in 1981-07)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (in 1981-07) and Bern Nix (in 1981-07)
percussion:
Kip Hanrahan (in 1981-07)
shekere:
Gene Golden (Latin jazz percussionist) (in 1981-07)
tenor saxophone:
John Stubblefield (in 1981-07)
vocals:
Kip Hanrahan (in 1981-07)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (in 1981-07)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
3:44
7Shadow to Shadow
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
agogô and surdo:
Dom Um Romão (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric bass guitar:
Bill Laswell (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
electric guitar:
Fred Frith (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Arto Lindsay (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
shekere:
Jerry González (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Daniel Ponce (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
vocals:
Lisa Herman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
7:08
8Sketch From Two Cubas
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
congas:
Gene Golden (Latin jazz percussionist) (from 1979-07 until 1980-01), Jerry González (from 1979-07 until 1980-01) and Carlos Mestre (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
drums (drum set):
Anton Fier (drummer) (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
electric guitar:
Arto Lindsay (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
percussion and synthesizer:
Kip Hanrahan (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
trumpet:
Michael Mantler (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
recorded at:
Grog Kill Studio in Woodstock, New York, United States (from 1979-07 until 1980-01)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
4:09
9Heart on My Sleeve
producer:
Kip Hanrahan
accordion:
Orlando Di Girolamo (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
alto saxophone:
Carlos Ward (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
double bass [bass]:
Cecil McBee (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
drums (drum set):
Victor Lewis (drums) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
soprano saxophone:
David Liebman (saxophonist) (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
tenor saxophone:
Chico Freeman (from 1980-11 until 1981-02) and Teo Macero (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
recorded at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1980-11 until 1981-02)
mixed at:
Latin Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (from 1981-01 until 1981-08)
5:18