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Clifford ThorntonKetchaoua

Label:BYG Records – 529.323
Series:Actuel – 23
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Free Jazz

Tracklist

A1Ketchaoua
Alto SaxophoneArthur Jones
BassBeb Guerin
Congas, Gong, PercussionEarl Freeman
Cornet, CongasClifford Thornton
DrumsSunny Murray
Piano, BellsDave Burrell
Soprano SaxophoneArchie Shepp
TromboneGrachan Moncur III
12:35
A2Pan African Festival
Alto SaxophoneArthur Jones
Cornet, CongasClifford Thornton
DrumsSunny Murray
PianoDave Burrell
Soprano SaxophoneArchie Shepp
TromboneGrachan Moncur III
7:50
B1Brotherhood
Alto SaxophoneArthur Jones
DrumsClaude Delcloo
10:40
B2Speak With Your Echo (And Call This Dialogue)9:15
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Recorded August 18, 1969 in Paris.
All songs published by: BYG Music (SACEM)

Comes in a gatefold sleeve with coating.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched Runout): 529323.A BYG-16-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched Runout): 529323.B BYG-16-B
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Ketchaoua (LP, Album)BYG Records529.323France1969
Recently Edited
Ketchaoua (LP, Album, Reissue, 180g)Get BackGET 323Italy2001
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Ketchaoua (LP, Album, Reissue, 180g, Gatefold)BYG Records529.323USUnknown
Ketchaoua (LP, Album)BYG RecordsBYG-23JapanUnknown

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extrasensorysound's avatar
anybody else’s copy of this have a pressing defect on side 2 track 2? i know these old byg records are always noisy and usually poorly recorded, but this sounds specifically like a pressing issue- it’s a tearing sound sympathetic to quiet parts of the song that have a loud bit coming up on the next revolution of the record. almost sounds like the edge of one groove is cut into the other or something.

even more strange is that this issue is present on my copies of both french issues of this album that are currently listed on discogs, although the issue is much more apparent on this run for me. i’m positive it’s not a turntable calibration thing.