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Max Roach Quartet - Live in Amsterdam

Max Roach Quartet - Live in Amsterdam
Live in Amsterdam
Max Roach Quartet
MP3 album size:
1084 mb
FLAC album size:
1650 mb


1It's Time
Written-By – Max Roach
2Call of the Wild & Peaceful Heart
Written-By – Billy Harper


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RVJ-6029Max Roach Quartet Live in Amsterdam ‎(LP)BaystateRVJ-6029Japan1979
RJL-2681Max Roach Quartet Live in Amsterdam ‎(LP, Album, RE)BaystateRJL-2681Japan1984


  • BassReggie Workman
  • DesignTadao Aoyagi
  • DrumsMax Roach
  • Mastered By, EngineerTohru Kotetsu
  • Mixed By, EngineerJesse Henderson
  • Photography ByY. Yoneda
  • ProducerMax Roach
  • Recorded By [Engineer]Cees Sommen, Cees Van Hooybonk, Dick Bakker, Tony Dirne
  • Tenor SaxophoneBilly Harper
  • TrumpetCecil Bridgewater


Ⓟ 1978 Baystate Records
Recorded live August 17, 1977 at the "Jazzhaus", Amsterdamn, Holland
Recording Engineers: Tony Dirne, Cees Van Hooybank, Cees Sommen and Dick Bakker
Mixed August 30, 1977 at Long View Farm Studio, Massachussetts [sic], U.S.A.
Mixing Engineer: Jesse Henderson
Mastering Engineer: Tohru Kotetsu
Photos by Y. Yoneda
Designed by Tadao Aoyagi

Promo issue


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A stamped): 〄 Ⓑ R V J 8 0 2 9 A 1 1 1 +
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B stamped): R V J 8 0 2 9 A 1 1 1 +


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Baystate Records
  • Manufactured By – RVC Corporation
  • Mixed At – Long View Farm Studios


25th Anniversary: Live in Amsterdam is a live album by Toto, released in 2003, in the 25th anniversary of the band. And this was also the band's last live album to feature keyboardistvocalist David Paich and bassist Mike Porcaro Paich, before his semi-retirement from touring in 2005 until his return to the band in 2010 with Greg Phillinganes taking his place, and Porcaro, before his retirement from touring due to a ALS four years later and his death on March 15, 2015. Live in Amsterdam is a hard bop music live album recording by MAX ROACH released in 1979 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. A It's Time B Call of Wild & Peaceful Heart. Bass Reggie Workman Drums Max Roach Tenor Saxophone Billy Harper Trumpet Cecil Bridgewater. About this release. Baystate RVJ-6029 Japan. Recorded live at Bimhuis, Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 17, 1977. Max Roach - Max Roach 4 Full Album w Bonus Tracks - Продолжительность: 58:36. Minor Mode - Max Roach Quintet on The Stars Roach Quartet. Play artist. Golden Hits By Max Roach. 21 January 2015. Play album. 1 photo. Max Roach Quartet: Live in Berlin. 41 listeners. 31 Oct 2010 5 tracks. Max Roach: все альбомы, включая Time To Relaxe , Guitar Town Music , You stepped out of a Dream и другие. The first album Roach recorded after their deaths was Max Roach 4. After Brown and Powell's deaths, Roach continued leading a similarly configured group, with Kenny Dorham and later Booker Little on trumpet, George Coleman on tenor, and pianist Ray Bryant. In 1960 he composed and recorded the album We Insist subtitled Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite, with vocals by his then-wife Abbey Lincoln and lyrics by Oscar Brown Jr. after being invited to contribute to commemorations of the hundredth anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. 1977 : Max Roach Quartet Live In Amsterdam It's Time Baystate. 1977 : Solos Baystate. Album: Live in Amsterdam. Released: 1984. Country: Japan. FLAC vers. Baystate Special 1800 series. Recorded live August 17, 1977 at the Jazzhaus, Amsterdamn, Holland Mixed August 30, 1977 at Long View Farm Studio, Massachussetts , . Manufactured by RVC CORPORATION. Other versions. Title Format. Vinyl - LP - original used - EXNM - Baystate RVJ-6029 - JAPAN - 1979 - promotional copy white label. with obi & insert. some stains on the obi & page. Max Roach. The Max Roach Quartet Featuring Hank Mobley. Max Roach - The Max Roach Quartet Featuring Hank Mobley 1953. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Max Roach - The Max Roach Quartet Featuring Hank Mobley 1953. Max Roach - Cou-Manchi-Cou. Max Roach - Just One Of Those Things. Max Roach - Glow Worm. Max Roach - Mobleyzation. Max Roach - Chi-Chi. Max Roach - Kismet. Although drummer Max Roach has been engaged in many special projects during the past 20 years, his main group has been his regular quartet. On this Soul Note recording from 1979, trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater, Odean Pope on tenor, flute and oboe and bassist Calvin Hill who would later be succeeded by Tyrone Brown join Roach for concise interpretations of eight group originals everyone contributes at least one song along with Clifford Jordan's Japanese Dream