Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Don Rendell and Ian Carr LIVE (video)

Another incredible contribution.

Don Rendell, Ian Carr, Michael Garrick, David Green and Trevor Tomkins playing in France in 1968. 2 separate files, Hot Rod and Parvane. Very rare footage of the cream of British jazz.

Please leave some thanks, there's more in the pipeline.

16 comments:

dajo said...

Bernard Vitet et Jean-Louis Chautemps

Jazzjet said...

Ian Carr and Don Rendell.

katonah said...

Hot Rod

http://www.mediafire.com/?5kpb828qzin7zau

katonah said...

Parvane

http://www.mediafire.com/?qnotdc8l4rcg3ek

many thanks to the secret source!

Moi même said...

ABSOLUTELY NO DOUBT :
BERNARD VITET AND J L CHAUTEMPS ON THE PIC !!!

Moi même said...

ABSOLUTELY DOUBTFUL...
I CHECKED.
THEY LOOK SO MUCH ALIKE.
INCREDIBLE !!!

Jazzjet said...

Fabulous! Many thanks.
Don Rendell (ten), Ian Carr (flgh), Michael Garrick (pno), Dave Green (bass), Trevor Tomkin (drums).
Almost certainly filmed at the Antibes Jazz Festival, 1968.
There was another track recorded - 'Voices', although not sure it was filmed.

taro nombei said...

Gold dust! Wonderful to see them in action.
Huge thanks Katonah.
And big up the Secret Source!

PS: and if there's more of the same (or different)... yes please!!

g.raf said...

Many thanks Katonah and mystery contributer.
Great footage of some proper mods!

b2v said...

Important to support a blog that help us discover so much good music ! thanks Katonah
btw did you check Mathew Halsall album ? track "the move" for example..

citylights said...

Great to see them again! Many thanks!

katonah said...

Thanks for all the comments. Blackclassical pointed in the direction of Mathew Halsall, very nice, will hunt down that track b2v!

@ G.Raf, "Must return your vinyl!"

katonah said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UM5hzuRrm0

katonah said...

For me, it's got to be the track "sending my love"

wooodenelephant said...

wow! wicked...

grumpy said...

Fantastic! Although I saw both Renadell and Carr perform separately circa 1970 I never saw this classic quintet - these videos are the next best thing. Many thanks (and for long working links!)