Recordings

Norma Winstone – Edge Of Time (1971)

Edge of Time
Perkins Landing
Enjoy This Day
Erebus (Son of Chaos)
Songs for a Child
Shadows
Song of Love

Credits

Norma Winstone : voice

Mike Osborne : alto saxophone

Art Themen : tenor saxophone

Henry Lowther : flugelhorn

Kenny Wheeler : trumpet

Chris Pyne : trombone

Malcolm Griffiths : trombone

Paul Rutherford : euphonium

John Taylor : piano


Norma Winstone – Edge Of Time (1971)

Nucleus – Labyrinth (1973, Vertigo 6360 091)

Origins (Carr)
Bull-Dance (Carr)
Ariadne (I.Carr/S. Carr)
Arena (Carr)
Arena (Carr)[continued]
Exultation (Carr)
Naxos (Carr)

Credits:

Ian Carr – tpt/flhn

Kenny Wheeler – tpt/fghn

Norma Winstone – voc

Tony Coe – bcl/cl/ts

Brian Smith – ts/ss/fl

Dave MacRae – elp

Gordon Beck – elp

Roy Babbington – b

Clive Thacker – d

Tony Levin – d

Trevor Tomkins – pc

Paddy Kingsland – syn

Recorded March 1973 – Phonogram


Nucleus – Labyrinth (1973)

Gordon Beck’s Gyroscope – One, Two, Three….Go! (1974, Jaguar Records)

Nice One
Variations/1st Version
Variations/2nd Version
One, Two, Three…Go!

Credits:

Gordon Beck – Piano, Electric Piano
Tony Levin – Drums, Percussion
Ron Mathewson – Bass, Electric Bass
Frank Ricotti – Vibes, Percussion
Stan Sulzmann – Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute

All tracks recorded live on Capital Radio in London, England April 1974.

Only released


Gordon Beck’s Gyroscope – One, Two, Three….Go! (1974)

Neil Ardley, Ian Carr, Mike Gibbs, Stan Tracey – Will Power (1975, Vocalion)

Sonnet (Mike Gibbs)
Shall I Compare Thee (Neil Ardley)
Charade For The Bard (Neil Ardley)
Alas Sweet Lady (Stan Tracey)
Will’s Birthday suite (Ian Carr)

Credits:

Norma Winstone and Pepi Lemer – Voices
Kenny Wheeler – Trumpet, Flügelhorn
Tony Coe – Reeds
Paul Buckmaster and Colin Walker – Amplified Celli
Gordon Beck, John Taylor


Neil Ardley, Ian Carr, Mike Gibbs, Stan Tracey – Will Power (1975)

John Surman and Tony Levin – Live at Moers Festival (1975, Moers)

A1   Element Of Surprise
A2   Resulting Confusion
A3   A Solution Found
B1   Journey In Hope
B2   Speedy Preparation
B3   A Little German Clap And You Have It

(Moers Music momu 01006)


John Surman and Tony Levin – Live at Moers Festival (1975)

Stan Sulzmann – On Loan With Gratitude (1977, Mosaic Records)

A1   G.R.S.
A2   Anagram
B   On Loan With Gratitude (Parts 1, 2, 3)

Credits:

Ron Mathewson – Bass, Bass Guitar
Tony Levin – Drums, Percussion
John Taylor – Keyboards, E.m.s. Synthi
Stan Sulzmann – Saxophones, Flutes

All compositions by Stan Sulzmann.
Recorded 8th April 1977 at BBC Kensington House,


Stan Sulzmann – On Loan With Gratitude (1977)

Keith Tippett Septet – A Loose Kite In A Gentle Wind Floating With Only My Will For An Anchor (1984, Ogun)

A Loose Kite in a Gentle Wind Floating with only My Will for an Anchor: Part 1
A Loose Kite in a Gentle Wind Floating with only My Will for an Anchor: Part 2
A Loose Kite


Keith Tippett Septet – A Loose Kite In A Gentle Wind Floating With Only My Will For An Anchor (1984)

Peter King – Brother Bernard (1988) [CD in 1992]

Yesterdays
Final Curtain/One For Sir Bernard
For All We Know
But Beautiful
Dalin
Overjoyed
Brother Bernard

Credits:

Peter King

Guy Barker

Alan Skidmore

John Horler

Dave Green

Tony Levin

Martin Drew


Peter King Brother Bernard (1988)

Elton Dean’s – Unlimited Saxophone Company (1989, Ogun)

Unda
Rising
Seven for Lee
Small Strides
Fall in Free
One Three Nine

Elton Dean – Alto Saxophone, Saxello

Paul Dunmall – Tenor and Baritone Saxophones

Simon Picard – Tenor Saxophone

Trevor Watts – Alto Saxophone

Paul Rogers – Double Bass

Tony Levin – Drums


Elton Dean’s Unlimited Saxophone Company (1989)