Friday, July 1, 2011

1984












































 
Computer & Jazz - How does that sound to your ears?

Yep, that's what I thought too....  Austrian master bassist Adelhard Roidinger did probably receive some equipment sponsoring from ROLAND and offff he went. SH 101, Juno 106, MSQ 700, CMU 800, MFB 512, ...... some lovely little helpers, huh? With Peter Gröning on Drums and Gerhard Laber adding percussion he recorded 7 little gems of Future Jazz - back in 1984. The sound of the vinyl is amazing, just as all records on the small THEIN label from Bremen sound amazing. There really have been some enthusiasts at work. THANK YOU GUYS!!!

Cheers, Basso

8 comments:

basso said...

linkedilink:

http://www.multiupload.com/5R4QJZK021

BCR said...

many thanx!

Gianni aka Cesare Barbetta said...

Kreisform...
one of my favourite tracks ever.

Thank you.

Sooor said...

What a gem!
Vielen Dank!

Anonymous said...

Nicely refreshing smooth-futuro-jazz-80s album, thank u Basso!

basso said...

new link:

http://www.mediafire.com/?d824thn169lvd86

cheers, Basso

James Manion said...

basso you really made my day, week, month, year. I can't believe I am going to hear this. I read about it a long time ago while trying to find anything I could by Mr. Roidinger. Can't Thank you enough and will patiently wait for Austria Drei. By the way thank you for the TRAIN/Coo-Coo Out, it's nice to discover an oddball album that is really good. I must have died and gone to heaven.

Anonymous said...

thank you very much basso,
this lp looks really interesting.
really got me curios.