The Found Tapes: Live in Los Angeles
The Found Tapes: Live in Los Angeles
The Found Tapes: Live in Los Angeles

Phil Ranelin

The Found Tapes: Live in Los Angeles

ORGM-2286-BS

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The Found Tapes: Live in Los Angeles is a four LP box set from Tribe Records co-founder Phil Ranelin, celebrating a trio of LA club performances from 1978-1981 which remain especially significant to the visionary trombonist. Backed by a young Billy Childs on piano, Ralph Penland on drums, and Tony Dumas on bass, Ranelin was in peak form as a player and bandleader during this period. This is particularly true of one specific outing at the now shuttered Maiden Voyage in Los Angeles on July 19, 1981, which is presented in full within this set. The audio was restored from decades old cassette tapes which have never been heard until now. A master trombonist of the J.J. Johnson tradition, Ranelin’s career has spanned over five decades with eleven records as a solo artist, four as a Freddie Hubbard sideman, session recordings for Motown, and work with artists ranging from Stevie Wonder and Ella Fitzgerald to Red Hot Chili Peppers and Telefon Tel Aviv. The release is available everywhere on January 26th as a 4 LP box set, three CD set, and digital download.
Tracklist:
LP 1
A1 He The One We All Knew
A2 Vibes From The Tribe (Part 1)
B1 Vibes From The Tribe (Part 2)
B2 Of Times Gone By

LP 2
A1 Bye Bye Blackbird
B1 Saint Thomas

LP 3
A1 I Love You
B1 Love Dream
B2 Just The Way You Are

LP 4
A1 A Night In Tunisia
A2 He The One We All Knew
B1 Bye Bye Blackbird
B2 Birdlike

 

Volumes 1-3 & Volume 4 A1: Recorded live at the Maiden Voyage (July 19, 1981) by Charles Moore
Volume 4 A2: Recorded live at the Sound Room (December 1978) by Phil Ranelin
Volume 4 B1-2: Recorded live at Two Dollar Bill's (1980) by Phil Ranelin

Editing and Tape Restoration Coordination by Carlos Niño
Tape Restoration and Mixing by Andy Kravitz at Studio 4 West, Venice, California
Mastered by Kern Haug
Design & Layout by Mitch Rossiter
Very special thanks to Jesse Peterson for Archival Coordination and Support

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