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John Abercrombie, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette - Gateway II - mp3 128 - 1977 [ECM 1105]

John Abercrombie, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette - Gateway II [ECM 1105]
MP3 128 | 40,1Mb
1977 | ECM | Jazz
Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette -  Live In New York/Les Catacombes (Bootleg)

Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette - Live In New York/Les Catacombes (Bootleg)
FLAC(Tracks) | 168 Mb | 25:49 min
Recording Date: October 28, 1968/69?
Anouar Brahem, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette, Django Bates - Live from the Philharmonie de Paris (2018) HDTV, 1080i]

Anouar Brahem, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette, Django Bates - Live from the Philharmonie de Paris (2018)
TS: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920x1080 25fps | MPEG 2ch, 320kbps
Jazz | 01:44:37 | ~ 22.67 Gb

For more than 25 years, Anouar Brahem has taken his oud all over far off lands. A melodic impressionist and a for ever inspired improvisor, the Tunisian musician has above all toppled the barriers which separate genres…
Richie Beirach / Dave Holland / Jack DeJohnette - Trust (1996) {Evidence}

Richie Beirach / Dave Holland / Jack DeJohnette - Trust (1996) {Evidence}
X Lossless Decoder | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 253MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 122MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

Though Richie Beirach isn't obscure, he isn't as well-known as he should be. A flexible pianist, Beirach can be quite lyrical on standards, although being cerebral and abstract also comes easy to him. One of the more cerebral, unsentimental albums he recorded in the '90s was Trust, a fine post-bop trio date boasting Dave Holland on bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums.

Dave Holland - ECM Selected Recordings (2004) {ECM Rarum X}  Music

Posted by tiburon at May 10, 2018
Dave Holland - ECM Selected Recordings (2004) {ECM Rarum X}

Dave Holland - ECM Selected Recordings (2004) {ECM Rarum X}
EAC 0.95b4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Scans 300dpi | 419MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 174MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Avant-Garde Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

The halfway point in ECM's excellent 20-volume Rarum series is by one of its signature talents: bassist, composer, and bandleader Dave Holland. These documents are, essentially, career retrospectives wherein the artist chooses from his performances on the label, either as a leader, soloist, or sideman. Holland offers a fantastic cross section from his own catalog, with one exception. That selection is the album's opener, "How's Never" from Homecoming, the second album by Gateway, a trio Holland was involved in with guitarist John Abercrombie and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Most of the rest come from his celebrated 1980s and 1990s recordings with then-young luminaries such as Steve Coleman, Chris Potter, Smitty Smith, Kevin and Robin Eubanks, and ECM veterans such as Kenny Wheeler, Julian Priester, and Steve Wilson.

Jan Garbarek - Eventyr - 1981 [ECM 1200]  Music

Posted by peter happy at Dec. 1, 2008
Jan Garbarek - Eventyr - 1981 [ECM 1200]

Jan Garbarek - Eventyr [ECM 1200]
WV log cue | 263,7 mb
ECM | Jazz
John Abercrombie with Dave Holland & Jack DeJohnette - Gateway - flac - 1975 [ECM 1061]

John Abercrombie with Dave Holland & Jack DeJohnette - Gateway [ECM 1061]
APE log | 241,1 Mb | RS.com
ECM | Jazz

John Abercrombie - Timeless (1975) {ECM 1047}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 30, 2015
John Abercrombie - Timeless (1975) {ECM 1047}

John Abercrombie - Timeless (1975) {ECM 1047}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 6 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 239MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Fusion

'Timeless' is right–in the future, this is the kind of interplanetary jazz they're going to be playing at the docking stations of newly colonized planets. Recorded in 1974, 'Timeless' is very much a product of its age. Lightning fast guitar and keyboard runs, hi-hats, and drums writhe around each other in serpentine fury, giving way to moments of stately grace and calm waters such as "Love Song." Composer John Abercrombie has remained one of the great session men and in-demand guitarists in both jazz and avant-garde circles since the mid-'70s.

Kenny Wheeler, Chris Potter, John Taylor, Dave Holland - What Now?  Music

Posted by zerumuga at March 27, 2009
Kenny Wheeler, Chris Potter, John Taylor, Dave Holland - What Now?

Kenny Wheeler, Chris Potter, John Taylor, Dave Holland - What Now?
Jazz | 2005 | MP3 320Kbps¬166 MB | Time 1:04:50 | Covers
GRAMMY nominated - 2005 - Jazz instrumental
What Now? continues Wheeler’s exploration of a drumless modern jazz approach and features him on flugelhorn only. Taylor joins Wheeler again for this project, in addition to other longtime musical collaborators, bassist Dave Holland and tenor saxophonist Chris Potter. What Now? features eight original compositions by Wheeler and displays a fluidity of band interplay that comes from the personal working history these four great musicians have of each other, as Ira Gitler explains in the album’s liner notes. Wheeler adds, “Strong players as these three are an orchestra in themselves. You give them a piece of paper and you don’t have to say anything.”

John Abercrombie - Timeless 1974  Music

Posted by micaus11 at Jan. 9, 2009
John Abercrombie - Timeless  1974

John Abercrombie - Timeless 1974
MP3 @ 256 | 82 MB | Covers included
Genre:Jazz

Recorded at Generation Sound Studios, New York, New York on June 21 & 22, 1974. TIMELESS is right–in the future, this is the kind of interplanetary jazz they're going to be playing at the docking stations of newly colonized planets. Recorded in 1974, TIMELESS is very much a product of its age. Lightning fast guitar and keyboard runs, hi-hats, and drums writhe around each other in serpentine fury, giving way to moments of stately grace and calm waters such as "Love Song." Composer John Abercrombie has remained one of the great session men and in-demand guitarists in both jazz and avant-garde circles since the mid-'70s. TIMELESS may inhabit the central nervous system of '70s fusion, but the playing of Abercrombie and colleagues Jan Hammer and drummer Jack DeJohnette manages to transcend the virtuosity of the genre, via crackerjack ensemble performances and some truly arresting compositions.