Larry Coryell: guitar
Joe Beck: guitar
Dave Liebman: sax
Warren Bernhardt: piano
Mark Egan: bass
Joe LaBarbara: drums
The Bottom Line
New York City, N.Y.
May 30, 1981
runtime: 74:55 (minutes/seconds)
1: ? 13:43
2: band introductions, Norwegian wood (Lennon/McCartney) 10:51
3: just like me 8:58 (end applause spliced)
4: sultry day in Memphis (Dave Liebman) 14:32 (cuts at 9:06 and 12:28)
5: steppin' out (with drum solo) (Warren Bernhardt) 13:50
6: Ms. Jule (?) 13:01
unknown cassette recorder, mikes and master tape >
? > CD > CD extractor (wav, retracked, removed mini-gaps
and a few recorder noises during interruption of recording) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
A this and that production.
Do not sell this recording.
that just tears to the core and makes me want to yell.
Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
a decent small club audience recording (not very hi-fi,
probably a walkman type deck with auto levelling, built-in mikes)
of what appears to be a full set (except a couple of very brief
interruptions) of Larry with an all star cast.
thanks go out to the unknown taper for producing a very listenable
recording of a great lineup playing fine jazz.
it was introduced as "Larry Coryell and Friends" and the audience
was appreciative but not too loud during the music so it can be heard fairly well.
typically there were 2 sets each night at the Bottom Line including a few of
Larry's performances there. I don't know if that was the case for this show.
if so, I don't know if this is the 1st or 2nd show, but it seems to be close to
all of one show. the CD may even have come from a master tape, but that is not known.