July 31, 2013

OM - Kirikuki

A1. Holly (C. Doran) (8:30)
A2. Lips (U. Leimgruber - B. Burri) (5:18)
A3. Karpfenteich (C. Doran) (6:00)
B1. Hommage à Mme. Stirnmaa (C. Doran) (15:52)
B2. Sykia (C. Doran) (4:18)

Urs Leimgruber (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, percussion)
Christy Doran (guitar)
Bobby Burri (double bass)
Fredy Studer (drums, percussion)

Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany, 1. & 2. 10. 1975.

Japo Records JAPO 60012



Alan Burns said...

thank you! love this group, and this is the only one of their albums I haven't heard yet!

upkerry14 said...

Nice one Brian! I haven't heard this either. Thanks for sharing it.

Anonymous said...

I've heard a couple of recordings with Christy Doran and have come across OM on occasion but this will be the first time hearing an OM recording. Many thanks.


slovenlyeric said...

Thank you. I did not have this particular recording. For those interested, this group does have other recordings available including at least one on Intakt which can be purchased as a C.D. (Try Downtown Music Gallery) or as download. The download may be temporarily unavailable as Intakt is changing distributors, but I believe it will be back up shortly. Naxos is the new distributor for the label.

I believe there is another JAPO from this group with Dom Romao which you might be able to find at Inconstant Sol.

Calisan said...

Many thanks Brian!
I hope you enjoyed my humble contribution from my blog as much as I will enjoy this (in lossless!).
I think my next post will be OM with Dom Um Romao.
Big hug for this work!

brian said...

i miss only Willisau!

Anonymous said...

thank you very much
i got this Lp in an old casette tape back from 1980,so your post reminds me these era. THANK YOU
Alex in Solex

-Otto- said...

Thank you, brian, for this hard-to-find and oop JAPO album!

Enrique Farelo said...

Link dead.

brian said...


Anonymous said...

Could you please re-Up this rare gem.

brian said...


Anonymous said...

Is it possible to upload the lossless version of this? Thanks!!

brian said...