Elton Dean Quintet - Welcomet (Live In Brazil, 1986) album flac
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ogun Recording Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ogun Recording Ltd.
- Published By – MCPS Ltd.
- Pressed By – GZ Media – D41108
- Bass – Marcio Mattos
- Composed By – Dean*, Beckett*, Genockey*, Mattos*, Rutherford*
- Design [CD Package] – David Ilic
- Drums – Liam Genockey
- Engineer – Armino Rodrigues*
- Mastered By – Martin Davidson
- Producer, Liner Notes – Hazel Miller
- Saxello, Alto Saxophone – Elton Dean
- Transferred By – Michael King
- Trombone – Paul Rutherford
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Harry Beckett
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 020675 572430
- Label Code: LC 3519
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
- Matrix / Runout: OGCD046 D41108
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J54
|IMP 18612||Elton Dean Quintet||Welcomet (Live In Brazil 1986) (LP)||Impetus Records||IMP 18612||UK||1987|
ELTON DEAN - alto sax, saxello PAUL DUNMALL - tenor sax SOPHiA DOMANCiCH - piano PAUL ROGERS - bass TONY LEViN - drums. Recorded live at Vortex, London, 28th May 1995 by Andy Isham. Studio version released on album "Silent Knowledge" (Cuneiform 1995). Quintet photo by Andrew Putler, live photos by Andy Isham.
Welcomet: Live in Brazil, 1986.
First in the Wagon" by Elton Dean Quintet from the album Silent Knowledge, released by Cuneiform Records.
OGCD 046. Elton Dean Quintet. Welcomet (Live In Brazil, 1986) (CD, Album, RE). Ogun.
Welcomet Live In Brazil 1986 is a avant-garde jazz music live album recording by ELTON DEAN released in 1987 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Welcomet: Live in Brazil, 1986 by Elton Dean Quintet (CD, Jun-2017, Ogun).
Elton Dean - Saxophone, Written-By Mark Charig - Cornet Keith Tippett - Piano Marcio Mattos - Bass Louis Moholo - Drums. Recorded February 1980 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg Engineer Martin Wieland Produced by Steve Lake and Elton Dean. The quintet featured here was among the freer of the latter incarnations, and included Tippett on piano and marimba, cornetist (and fellow Soft Machinist) Mark Charig, bassist Marcio Mattos, and South African drummer Louis Moholo. Dean takes on all composing duties, save for the group improv Out Of Bounds. Yet it’s the title track that welcomes the album’s weightiest theme. Saxello and cornet make a piercing duo in this wide rubato river, as they do in the concluding Fast News, which, though primarily a cascading pianistic excursion, goads the listener upstream. Said aquatic qualities crystallize, appropriately enough, in the impressionistic Oasis.
His dub-oriented album, The Modern Sound of Harry Beckett, was produced by famed British producer Adrian Sherwood and released on On-U Sound in late 2008. In 1972, Beckett won the Melody Maker jazz Poll as "Top Trumpeter in Britain" Beckett died on 22 July 2010 after suffering a stroke. Welcomet Live in Brazil 1986. Impetus (Vinyl) & Ogun (CD). Holywell Session: Live In Oxford.
Live in Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, released in 1987, is the twenty-sixth official album release for Elton John. It is a live album recorded at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on 14 December 1986 with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. The concert, recorded on 14 December 1986, was the last of a series of concerts done throughout the last two months of 1986, which were part of John's Tour De Force (tour) of Australia and New Zealand.