Tuesday, March 18, 2008

It's the new style




After having released 5 LPs as the "Dave Pike Set" on MPS certain changes in the group led to the "New Dave Pike Set". Eberhard Weber replaces Johann Rettenbacher on Bass and Marc Hellmann takes over Peter Baumeister's job on drums. On their first and last release they are accompagnied by a brazilian rhythm group the "Grupo Baiafro". Due to the pictures in the foldcover the Baiafros are having fun, while Dave and his Teutonic Jazzmen are looking dead serious (especially der olle Kriegel), but that's pictures only.
Listen to what they did....


cheers,
Baiasso

27 comments:

Gianni said...

I am gonna downloading it...
thanks basso!

ish said...

Looks really interesting....downloading. Is Grupo Baiafro Djalma Correa? He had an awesome album in Brazil by that name 'bout then.

basso said...

Rightish!

Djalma Correa is leading the Grupo Baiafro. Where do I find that incredible album of him?

cheers,
Basso

ish said...

I've seen it on abracadabra or loronix... not sure which. It's called MPBC Baiafro I believe.
If you don't know those two blogs the links are on my site. Really nice album. Let me know if you don't find the album and I will give you a link.

basso said...

got it. tried googles blog search and it was there at an instant. thanks a lot, ish.

basso said...

30 dls - 2 comments.
that's the ugly part
of the business. and I don't like it.
be friendly and leave comments, folks.

M said...

Thank you very much!

Kevin said...

Thanks B!

db said...
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1Surfrider said...

Looks good, thanks.

Simon666 said...

hello herr basso - is there still a link for this?
thanks,
simon

basso said...

it's them 4 little dots that lead you to Brazil

Simon666 said...

Got it!
Thanks Basso -interesting album, both the jazz and the brazilian percussion really reaching to each other rather than just accommodating each other. More than I expected!

Kevin said...

I've been really grooving to brazilian jazz lately as well as the whole tropicalia movement including Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Os Mutantes and Gal Costa. I haven't listened to this as it's downloading right now. But, i will let you know what I think after I listen to it.

Cheers Basso!

Kevin

http://eclectic-grooves.blogspot.com

swiss cheese said...

Hi! The file has been removed it says... Could you pleeeeease make a re-up? - I just discovered your great blog today and it would be a pity if I arrived too late for Salomao!

Thanks a lot in advance!

cheers

-Otto- said...

Just like sc I'm a newcomer to this blog (through the link on Magic Purple Sunshine).

I know the "old" Dave Pike Set but I never heard this album in the "new" DPS configuration (more than 30 years later "new" is quite relative).

I like what I see, but a working link under the ... would be greatly appreciated.

tigerdog said...

Agree with the last comment. Would you please repost the link?

basso said...

I will...later today or tomorrow

anomia said...

Did I miss this or was is not re-posted yet?
The link has no file now.

Would love to have a listen.

Thanks for all the shares!

Basso said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/261880264/The_New_Dave_Pike_Set_-_Salomao__1972_MPS_.zip

-Otto- said...

Great! Thanks for taking your time to re-up this album.

JJ said...

Thanks man I have been havin a Pike jones for a minute now

Anonymous said...

I had a vinyl copy of this wonderful album, but it burned in a house fire in the late 1970s. I've been looking for it ever since. It's like having an old friend back. I appreciate so much that you took the time and energy to re-up. - Marco

Calombo, Quilombo, Colombo. said...

i've been looking sooo long for this album, man, you´ve really made my day!

hulaboy said...

Mahalo!

graphix said...

more music from brazil if you've got it!

Anonymous said...

Top Album,thanks a lot!