22.3.08


NOAH HOWARD - RED STAR (1977)

creole girl
lovers
red star

noah howard (as)
kenny clarke (ds)
bobby few (p)
guy perdersen (b)
richard williams (tp)

20 comments:

vesper said...

http://lix.in/6a75a811

gregoriograzi said...

Once again a great selection. thanks

katonah said...

Heavy post as ever.
Many thanks vesper

Anonymous said...

Many thanks to you for this remarkable and extremely rare music!

Saverino

gilhodges said...

So great to see Klook Mop gigging with the younger crowd. Here's a page of info on the disc.

Many thanks for this gap-filler.

il angelo said...

Dying to listen to it! Verey rare indeed. Many thanks

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing this album

Anonymous said...

Am I doing something wrong? I can't get past the "link-protection" page. I type in the letters and then nothing happens, except more letters to be typed in ... I don't understand what is written in German below that. Please help. Thank you.

Tony

vesper said...

Tony
Normally, whe you paste the Lix.in URL, you go to a page where you're asked to click on a 'continue' button, and then you can have access to the files. Is it happening differently with you? Let me know

Anonymous said...

Thanks for replying Vesper. Yes, it is happening differently for me. I'm familiar with the Lix protection system, but each time I try to access this link, the "continue" button simply produces a never-ending series of letters for me to punch in, and I do so and I get nowhere. It does not connect to the file-sharing site. I just tried it again, and the same thing happens. Perhaps they're having problems?

Tony

vesper said...

Well, yes, they might have, although I tested the system and it worked for me. Anyway, let's make it simple, the thing that matters is that you listen to the music :)
Try this:
http://rapidshare.com/files/100193777/NHRS.zip

kinabalu said...

Please note that the code is case-sensitive. It has to be entered in CAPITAL LETTERS. I had the same problem until I realised the above. Looking forward to hearing the NH. Most of what I've heard so far from NH has been from the 60s and 70s, including the seminal "Black Ark".

Anonymous said...

Vesper: You're a champion! Thank you so much for the direct link. I just downloaded it successfully. I was hot to hear this record, as I'd never managed to find a copy of it in the past.

And thanks to Kinabalu for the "case sensitive" tip. Dang, I didn't think of that! Aaarrrggghhh ...

Tony

Boromir said...

Thanks for this great one. Incidentally anon, I had the same problem and I had the correct upper case, so the system had a problem.

db said...

great music!
check out
calisoulbrother records
for rare soul, jazz, funk, brazil & latin records!

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ghostrancedance said...

Thanks so much for this marvelous share! Until relatively recently Howard was a tantalizingly interesting "name" in the history of music for me. The shares here and on other blogs have inaly filled in the "sounds" to o with the "name." And Klook can do no wrong...

Εσάρ Σεβεντιουάν said...

Oh God I was looking for this! Damn you made my day again

Anonymous said...

Personally i use www.smsdl.com as i find it faster than lix and link protection, and for some reason at the moment there is no ads, so it gets my vote for now.

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