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Jean-Luc Ponty: violin
Darly Stuermer: guitar
Mike Wolf: keyboards
Tom Fowler: bass
Norm Fearrington: drums

the Village Gate
New York City, N.Y. USA
September 1, 1975
performance quality: A (hot set)
recording quality: A-
source: FM (1st or 2nd gen. not sure)
runtime: 53:37 (minutes/ seconds)

setlist:
1: radio announcer, band introductions and tuning 2:10
2: how would you like to have a head like that? 18:31
3: echoes of the future 6:32
4: polyfolk dance 11:02 (end applause spliced, tape flip)
5: upon the wings of music 14:47
6: radio announcer :34

lineage:
FM broadcast > cassette >
maxell XLII-S 90 min. cassette (probably 1st gen. maybe 2nd) >
played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that production.
do not sell this recording.
share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
comments:
A fine radio broadcast from the Big Apple with some prime Ponty
on his 1st solo band tour. The 1st tune is probably a leftover
relic from his 1973 tour with Frank Zappa, the rest are all from
his 1st solo record, Upon the Wings of Music, with my favorite
Ponty drummer. This guy can really play. It's a short set, but I
think the whole thing. the tape was flipped just before upon the wings.
I got this from a guy from Binghamton, N.Y. many years ago on a
Maxell XLII-S cassette, and it sounds clean. This tour began a long and
productive mergence of Ponty with Daryl Stuermer before he joined with
Genesis. Most of my favorite Ponty band albums have Steurmer on guitar,
including the 1st 3 (at least) which are all very good- Wings, Aurora,
and Imaginary Voyage.

dalmar6677-1975-09-01-Jean Luc Ponty NYC FM flac16.rar - FileFactory
 

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Jean-Luc Ponty: violin
Darly Stuermer: guitar
Mike Wolf: keyboards
Tom Fowler: bass
Norm Fearrington: drums

the Village Gate
New York City, N.Y. USA
September 1, 1975
performance quality: A (hot set)
recording quality: A-
source: FM (1st or 2nd gen. not sure)
runtime: 53:37 (minutes/ seconds)

setlist:
1: radio announcer, band introductions and tuning 2:10
2: how would you like to have a head like that? 18:31
3: echoes of the future 6:32
4: polyfolk dance 11:02 (end applause spliced, tape flip)
5: upon the wings of music 14:47
6: radio announcer :34

lineage:
FM broadcast > cassette >
maxell XLII-S 90 min. cassette (probably 1st gen. maybe 2nd) >
played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that production.
do not sell this recording.
share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
comments:
A fine radio broadcast from the Big Apple with some prime Ponty
on his 1st solo band tour. The 1st tune is probably a leftover
relic from his 1973 tour with Frank Zappa, the rest are all from
his 1st solo record, Upon the Wings of Music, with my favorite
Ponty drummer. This guy can really play. It's a short set, but I
think the whole thing. the tape was flipped just before upon the wings.
I got this from a guy from Binghamton, N.Y. many years ago on a
Maxell XLII-S cassette, and it sounds clean. This tour began a long and
productive mergence of Ponty with Daryl Stuermer before he joined with
Genesis. Most of my favorite Ponty band albums have Steurmer on guitar,
including the 1st 3 (at least) which are all very good- Wings, Aurora,
and Imaginary Voyage.

dalmar6677-1975-09-01-Jean Luc Ponty NYC FM flac16.rar - FileFactory
I had the pleasure of seeing this combo on Sept 10th, 1975 at the Central Park Wollman Rink when they opened for Average White Band. I remembered that Tom F and his brother Bruce had also played in the Mothers, but was unfamiliar w/ the others. Tremendous band, especially guitarist & drummer. AWB were no slouches either. Handwriting Font Material property Parallel Pattern
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