Various - No Energy Crisis MP3
|1||–Marion Brown||Tokolokoloka, Part Two|
Alto Saxophone, Percussion – Marion BrownBass – James JeffersonBrass [Brass Instruments], Percussion – Leo SmithDrums – Steve McCallDrums [Ghanian], Percussion – A. Kobena AdzenyahEngineer [Engineering] – Berred OullettePercussion – Bill Hasson, Jumma SantosProducer – Ed MichelWritten-By – M. Brown
Bass – Jimmy GarrisonBass Clarinet – Donald GarrettDrums – Elvin JonesEngineer [Engineering With] – Paul WhalenEngineer [Engineering] – Jan KurtisPiano – McCoy TynerProducer – John ColtraneProducer [Prepared For Release By] – Alice Coltrane, Ed Michel, Pharoah SandersTenor Saxophone – John Coltrane, Pharoah SandersWritten-By – J. Coltrane
Bass – Cecil McBeeEngineer [Engineering] – Baker BigsbyPercussion – Kenneth NashProducer – Ed MichelViolin – Michael White Written-By – C. McBee, K. Nash, M. White
Bass – Charlie HadenClarinet – Perry RobinsonDrums – Beaver HarrisEngineer [Engineering] – Rudy Van GelderProducer – Bob ThieleTenor Saxophone – Archie SheppTrombone – Grachan Moncur III, Roswell RuddTrumpet – Tommy TurrentineTuba – Howard Johnson Written-By – A. Shepp
|5||–Pharoah Sanders||Red, Black & Green|
Bass – Cecil McBeeDrums – Clifford JarvisEngineer [Engineering] – Bill SzymczykPiano – Lonnie Liston SmithProducer – Bill Szymczyk, Ed MichelTenor Saxophone – Pharoah SandersViolin – Michael White Written-By – P. Sanders
|6||–Sam Rivers||Tenor Saxophone Section From Suite For Molde|
Bass – Avild AndersenDrums, Percussion – Barry AltschulProducer – Sam RiversProducer [Prepared For Release By] – Ed MichelTenor Saxophone – Sam RiversWritten-By – S. Rivers
|7||–John Klemmer||The Tree Of Forbidden Fruit|
Bass – Cecil McBeeDrums – Alphonse MouzonElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Tom CanningEngineer [Engineering With] – Chris PennycateEngineer [Engineering] – Baker BigsbyProducer – Ed MichelTenor Saxophone, Vocalese, Effects [Echoplex] – John KlemmerWritten-By – J. Klemmer
|8||–Sun Ra||The Cosmo-Fire|
Alto Saxophone – Danny DavisAlto Saxophone, Oboe – Marshall AllenBaritone Saxophone – Danny ThompsonBass – Ronnie BoykinsBass Clarinet – Eloe OmoeClarinet [Mistro] – Pat PatrickCongas – Atakatun, Chiea, OdunMixed By [Mix Engineering] – Baker BigsbyOrgan [Space], Vibraphone [Electro] – Sun RaPercussion – Tommy HunterProducer – Alton Abraham, Ed MichelTenor Saxophone – John GilmoreTrombone – Charles StephensTrumpet – Lamont McClambTrumpet, Mellophone – Akh Tal EbahWritten-By – Sun Ra
Alto Saxophone – Dewey RedmanBass – SironeCello – Jane RobertsonDrums, Timpani [Tympani] – Eddie MooreEngineer [Engineering] – Tony MayPercussion – Danny Johnson Producer – Ed MichelTrumpet – Ted DanielWritten-By – D. Redman
|10||–Albert Ayler||Change Has Come|
Bass – Alan Silva, Bill FolwellCello – Joel FriedmanDrums – Beaver HarrisEngineer [Engineering] – George KlabinProducer – Bob ThieleTenor Saxophone – Albert AylerTrumpet – Don AylerWritten-By – A. Ayler
|11||–Gato Barbieri||Para Nosotros|
Classical Guitar – Quelo PalaciosDrums [Indian] – Domingo CuraDrums, Percussion – El Zurdo RoiznerElectric Bass [Fender] – Adalberto CevascoElectric Guitar – Ricardo LewEngineer [Engineering With] – Gil FortisEngineer [Engineering] – Baker BigsbyHarp [Indian] – Amadeo MongesPercussion [Anapa, Erke, Siku, Erkencho, Small Percussion], Quena – Antonio PantojaProducer – Ed MichelQuena – Raul MercadoTenor Saxophone, Vocals – Gato BarbieriWritten-By – G. Barbieri
|AS-9267/2||Various||No Energy Crisis (2xLP, Comp, Promo)||ABC Records||AS-9267/2||US||1974|
- Producer – Ed Michel, Steve Backer
- Transferred By – Baker Bigsby, Dominic Lumetta, Zach Zenor
A1 Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, October 17, 1973. From Chapter Two: Hasta Siempre issued simultaneously with this album.
A2 Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, February 8, 1973. This is a previously unissued track.
A3 Recorded in performance at The Penthouse, Seattle, Washington, September 30, 1965. (Recording-quality-conscious listeners are to be advised that the distortion at the head and static noise at 9:10 exist on the original master recording). From Live In Seattle.
B1 Recorded in performance at The Village Theatre, New York City, September 26, 1967. From In Greenwich Village.
B2 Recorded at Van Gelder Recording, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. August 19, 1966. This is a shortened version of the master originally issued. From Mama Too Tight.
B3 Recorded in performance at The Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland, July 6, 1973. This is a shortened sec of the complete performance. This is a previously unissued performance.
C1 Recorded at Intermedia Sound, Boston, Mass., June 5, 1973. From Geechee Recollections.
C2 Recorded in performance at the Molde Jazz Festival, Molde, Norway, March 8, 1973. This is a shortened section of the complete performance. This is a previously unreleased track.
D1 Recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles, November 25, 1970, with the second tenor part added at The Record Plant, New York, January 12, 1971. From Thembi.
D2 Recorded at El Saturn Studio, Chicago, Ill., May 7, 1972. From Astro Black.
D3 Recorded at Generation Sound, New York City, June 8, 1973. This is an alternate take of the master heard on The Ear Of The Behearer.
Transferred at The Village Recorder and Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, February 1974.
Impulse script logo, ABC Records logo on black label background.
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): AS-9267-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): AS-9267-B
- Matrix / Runout (Label side C): AS-9267-C
- Matrix / Runout (Label side D): AS-9267-D
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, etched [exc. KENDUN, A, stamped]): T1 AS-9267-2-A-RE-2-1 KENDUN B A 2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, etched [exc. KENDUN, D, stamped]): T1 AS-9267-2B-1 KENDUN B D3
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C, etched [exc. KENDUN, D, stamped]): T1 AS-9267-2C-2 KENDUN A8 D
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D, etched [exc. KENDUN, C, stamped]): T1 AS-9267-2D-1 KENDUN B C4
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – The Village Recorder
- Recorded At – The Penthouse, Seattle
- Recorded At – Village Theatre
- Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
- Recorded At – Montreux Jazz Festival
- Recorded At – Intermedia Sound, Boston
- Recorded At – Molde International Jazz Festival
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
- Recorded At – El Saturn Studio
- Recorded At – Generation Sound Studios
- Engineered At – The Village Recorder
- Engineered At – Westlake Audio
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
No Energy Crisis is a avant-garde jazz music boxset, compilation recording by 10000 VARIOUS ARTISTS released in 1974 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. ABC Records compilation, No Energy Crisis , features one of the most unattractive and banal album covers ever, yet houses some of the hottest avant-garde jazz from that era. Energy Crisis. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. No Energy Crisis is a most appropriate and socially significant title, for, in the 11 free jazz tracks on this record, there is no lack of energy or expressiveness. It's also an album with a serious social tie-in, which makes the record historically interesting. The producers, Ed Michel, known for his work with Gato Barbieri, and Steve Backer, the experimental jazz producer extraordinaire, put out the album for two reasons. From Chapter Two: Hasta Siempre issued simultaneously with this album. A2 Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, February 8, 1973. This is a previously unissued track. AS-92672. No Energy Crisis 2xLP, Comp, Promo. ABC Records. An energy crisis is any significant bottleneck in the supply of energy resources to an economy. In literature, it often refers to one of the energy sources used at a certain time and place, in particular those that supply national electricity grids or those used as fuel in Industrial development and population growth have led to a surge in the global demand for energy in recent years. In the 2000s, this new demand - together with Middle East tension, the falling value of the U. dollar, dwindling oil. National Energy Crisis 1979. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2008 audiobooks. Исполнитель: Jimmy Carter. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Energy Crisis Various Artists Josh Martinez Peanuts & Corn - Factory Seconds 2005 Peanuts and . Background to the Energy Crisis. Energy Crisis: Effects in the United States and Abroad. Energy Crisis: Lasting Impact. By the early 1970s, American oil consumptionin the form of gasoline and other productswas rising even as domestic oil production was declining, leading to an increasing dependence on oil imported from abroad. Despite this, Americans worried little about a dwindling supply or a spike in prices, and were encouraged in this attitude by policymakers in Washington, who believed that Arab oil exporters couldnt afford to lose the revenue from the U. The energy crisis is the concern that the worlds demands on the limited natural resources that are used to power industrial society are diminishing as the demand rises. These natural resources are in limited supply. While they do occur naturally, it can take hundreds of thousands of years to replenish the stores. The energy crisis is a broad and complex topic. Most people dont feel connected to its reality unless the price of gas at the pump goes up or there are lines at the gas station. The energy crisis is something that is ongoing and getting worse, despite many efforts. Energy Crisis Ep out now: If you enjoy this release please support it by purchasing on bandcamp All profits go directly to food and shelter so I can continue making music
Title: No Energy Crisis
Style: Free Jazz
MP3 album: 2196 mb
FLAC album: 2001 mb
Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation
№ Cat: AS-9267/2
Label: ABC Records