The Peter Brötzmann Trio - For Adolphe Sax mp3 album
For Adolphe Sax is the first album by free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, released on his own Brö label in 1967. It was reissued on LP by FMP in 1971 (most copies had labels affixed to the wrong sides) and then reissued on CD by the Atavistic label in 2002. This reissue featured the added track "Everything". Adolph Sax was the inventor of many instruments including the first saxophones.
German tenor saxophonist Peter Brötzmann's first album is the one that started all: a long career that would spawn many, many more recordings in the years to come. Recorded with the rhythm section of bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Sven-Ake Johansson, this is intense, unrelenting free jazz with little in the way of clear structure or melody. Whatever the case, this is music that gets by on force and pure energy rather than polite tunes or other musical.
Peter Brötzmann, tenor & baritone saxophone. Peter Kowald, double bass. Sven-Åke Johansson, drums. Recorded by Günter Schütte 1967 in Wuppertal. Produced by Peter Brötzmann. Cover: design by Peter Brötzmann, photos by Ute Klophaus. This is the one that started all - German tenor saxophonist Peter Brötzmann's first album in a long career that would spawn many, many more recordings in the years to come. Recorded with the rhythm section of bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Sven-Åke Johansson, this is intense, unrelenting free jazz with little in the way of clear structure or melody. Artist: Peter Brötzmann Trio. Titel: For Adolphe Sax. Label: Cien Fuegos.
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For Adolphe Sax (CD, Album, RE, RP). Atavistic. For Adolphe Sax (LP, RP). FMP. FMP 0080.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||For Adolphe Sax||19:13|
Piano – Fred Van Hove
- Recorded At – Radio Bremen Sendesaal
- Mastered At – Airwave Recording Studios
- Made By – Music Video Distributors
- Distributed By – Music Video Distributors
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Radio Bremen
- Baritone Saxophone – Peter Brötzmann (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Bass – Peter Kowald
- Design [CD] – ATAWorld, PMFroehle*
- Drums – Sven-Åke Johansson
- Engineer [Recording] – Günter Schütte (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Mastered By – John McCortney
- Photography By – Krista Brötzmann, Roberto Masotti
- Photography By [LP Cover Photos] – Ute Klophaus
- Producer, Design [Original Cover], Composed By – P. Brötzmann*
- Reissue Producer – John Corbett
- Tenor Saxophone – Peter Brötzmann
NotesTracks 1 to 3 recorded in June 1967.
First released on BRÖ records (BRÖ 01, 1967), reissued on FMP (FMP 0080).
Track 4 recorded September 15, 1967, at Radio Bremen, Studio F. Previously unissued.
Track 4 is a production of Radio Bremen (p) 1967.
CD mastered at AirWave Studios, Chicago.
This MVD version has no SID codes, might be a repress of the Atavistic reissue. Artwork fully reproduced, apart from a different diskface (see images)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 735286223026
- Matrix / Runout: Music Video Distributors-14854-MVD
|BRÖ 1||The Peter Brötzmann Trio||For Adolphe Sax (LP)||BRÖ||BRÖ 1||Germany||1967|
|FMP 0080||The Peter Brötzmann Trio||For Adolphe Sax (LP, RP)||FMP||FMP 0080||Germany||Unknown|
|FMP 0080||The Peter Brötzmann Trio||For Adolphe Sax (LP, Album, RE)||FMP||FMP 0080||Germany||1972|
|UMS/ALP230CD||The Peter Brötzmann Trio||For Adolphe Sax (CD, Album, RE)||Atavistic||UMS/ALP230CD||US||2002|
|CF009||The Peter Brötzmann Trio||For Adolphe Sax (LP, RE, RM)||Cien Fuegos||CF009||Austria||2014|