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Gahnold Trio, Anders: Flowers For Johnny (Ayler Records)


 

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UPC: 7320470037294

Label: Ayler Records
Catalog ID: AYLCD-017/018
Squidco Product Code: 2027

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2004
Country: Sweden
Packaging: Digipack Double CD
Recorded in concert at Umea Jazz Festival, Umea, Sweden, on October 15, 1983 (disc 1) and in concert at Jazz Club Fasching, Stockholm, Sweden, on September 12, 1985 (disc 2).


Personnel:

Anders Gahnold-alto sax

Johnny Dyani-bass

Gilbert Matthews-drums

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"Johnny Mbizo Dyani (30 November 1945 - 24 October 1986) was a South African jazz double bassist and pianist, who played with such musicians as Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, David Murray, Finnish guitar player Jukka Syrenius and Leo Smith.

Dyani was born and grew up in Duncan Village, a township of the South African city of East London.

In the early 1960s, he was a member of South Africa's first integrated jazz band, The Blue Notes, with Mongezi Feza on trumpet, Dudu Pukwana on alto saxophone, Nikele Moyake on tenor saxophone, Chris McGregor on piano, and Louis Moholo on drums. In 1964, the band fled South Africa to seek musical and political freedom. Moholo explained, "We were rebels and we were trying to run away from this apartheid thing. We rebelled against the apartheid regime that whites and blacks couldn't play together. We stood up."

In 1966, Dyani toured Argentina with Steve Lacy's quartet. Lacy, Dyani and Moholo recorded The Forest and the Zoo.

In 1971 Dyani formed his own group Earthquake Power, and in 1972 co-founded Xaba with Mongezi Feza and Okay Temiz.

Performing widely throughout Europe, Dyani moved to Copenhagen, Denmark, in the early 1970s, and about ten years later to Sweden, recording many albums under his own name. He recorded with Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim), Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, David Murray, Joseph Jarman, Clifford Jarvis, Don Moye, Han Bennink, Brotherhood of Breath, Mal Waldron, Pierre Dørge and many others.

Dyani died suddenly in 1986 after a performance in West Berlin."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Dyani)
9/23/2020

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Double CD. Cover art and lay out: by Åke Bjurhamn
With rare photos supplementaion at "AYVI-System"
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