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1973
Label: RCA - SF 8372 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Improvisation
First Born - Ovary Lodge - Ovary Lodge (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. SF ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Free Improvisation. Featured peformers: Keith Tippett (piano), Roy Babbington (bass), Frank Perry (percussion), Robert Fripp (producer), Andy Hendrickson (engineer)/5(3).

Percussion, Piano [Interior] – Frank Perry. Piano, Zither – Keith Tippett. All music on this album is improvised Keith Tippett. Originally released on LP by RCA in Here is the first of the two Ovary Lodge records released, This was out on RCA in and rereleased on cd in

Label: New World Records – NW Format: Vinyl, LP, Album; Country: US - Released: Style: Free Jazz, Avantgarde, Free Improvisati RONALD SHANNON JACKSON and THE DECODING SOCIETY – Nasty (LP).

 · Ovary Lodge (Free Improvisation) Ovary Lodge ‎– Ovary Lodge (RCA SF ) made in UK original first pressing LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: NM (mint-) Producer – Robert Fripp | Piano – Keith Tippett (tracks: A1, A3, B2 to B4) All music on this album is improvised: 'Keith Tippett' The sounds are acoustic, no electronics are involved. - 'Robert Fripp' A1 First Born

Ovary Lodge (Keith Tippett, Roy Babbington, Frank Perry) Here is the first of the two Ovary Lodge records released, This was out on RCA in and rereleased on cd in I have the lp, but comparing it to the cd version, I would have to conclude that the background noise and pops/clicks are a little less noticeable on this version.


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Comment List

  • referencing Ovary Lodge, LP, Album, SF The Rca vinyle was re-issued in CD by the Voiceprint / What Disc label in reference What4cd. Excellent music.

  • Ovary Lodge is a trio album of Piano, Double Bass and Percussion and is free music at its intelligent best. The album is bookended with two group improvisations which fully explore the textural interaction of these wholly acoustic instruments in an improvised setting/5(3).

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