23 December 2011

HANS DULFER - EL SAXOFON
















Hans Dulfer for Catfish Netherlands from 1971.

Tracks 1 & 2 : Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Hans Dulfer ;  Bass – Jan Jacobs ; Congas, Timbales – Steve Boston ; Congas, Timbales, Vocals – Groentjie
Tracks 3 & 4 add : Drums – Muhammad Ali ; Electric Bass – Jerome Hunter ; Guitar – John Schuursma ; Piano, Percussion – Bobby Few ; Tenor Saxophone, Bells – Frank Wright 

Don't be fooled by the sleeve photo of Dulfer in flappers and daft hat - the music inside is hard as nails.
"El Saxofon" comes on like the bastard son of Sonny's "Jungoso" force fed a diet of speed and steroids and injected with the spirit of Sabu ....a monstrous banger of an album moving from cruiser weight Afro Cuban work outs to freeform blowing with Frank Wright joining Dulfer on Tenor and bicycle bell (!).
So hang on to your hat it's gonna be a bumpy ride!



22 comments:

Bacoso said...

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katonah said...

Mighty gears, straight in on this one. Top top drop, big thanks.

the jazzstronaut said...

Thanks Bacoso, another great share. Have a wonderful Christmas and all the best for the new year. Cheers for all the music over the last 12 months.

Holly said...

This is REALLY good, & not at all what I was expecting. Thank you very, very much! Happy Holidays!

Solomon said...

I was just listening to Hans Dulfer And Ritmo Naturel today! Exactly what I was hoping to hear.

Thanks Bacoso!

soulpower92 said...

candy dulfer's brother/relative? thanks for the post

Andy said...

Cheers Bacoso,Another winner,have a peaceful Xmas.Thanks.

E-mile said...

Cheers Bacoso, messy X-mas and a healty, happy 2012! @ soulpower92: Hans is her dad [:-)

boogieman said...

@ Soulpower92: Candy Dulfer's daddy my friend!

@ Bacoso : Thanks mate & have a wonderful xmas

Burningbluesoul said...

Never knew this one existed Bacoso. Thanks a million!

Bender said...

A bumpy ride indeed - thanks a bunch!

towncryer said...

man u r so very kind, happy new year and all my best for 2012

towncryer said...

hey man thanks a lot for everything
happy new year
best

Pinky said...

Wow. I always thought that Hans Dulfer played the same type of easy listening music his daughter does but I guess I was wrong. Thanks for sharing this.
Happy New Year.

Hanimex 3000 said...

A bit tough for my ears (I prefer Candy Clouds), but that's what I usually put in my ipod when I work in a public space... Thanks, happy nu yeah
N

taro nombei said...

Great stuff Bacoso,
Thanks as always — and all the very best for 2012!
TN

Flash Strap said...

Thank you sir, this is phenomenal!

Feq'wah said...

Candy Daddy also on Candy Clouds.

Thanks!

chuchuni said...

Never heard something quite like this - really worth checking out! thanks a bunch, Bacoso!

pigshitpoet said...

"El Saxofon" comes on like the bastard son of Sonny's "Jungoso" force fed a diet of speed and steroids and injected with the spirit of Sabu ..

how can anyone not be curious about this?
; )
thanks
psp

Mas said...

Your blog is INCREDIBLE !!!!!!!! Thx For All Your AMAZING Posts....and please continue :-)

Take care......

goinsidemyhead said...

El Saxopfon is like the soundtrack to a latino film noir written by Carlos Castenada about Peyote eating witch snakes and hypnotic spirit voices….. and who the fuck is Hans Dulfer? He's blowing my mind…and can this guy screech …madone….conjured up the spirits of Pharaoh Sanders, Roland Kirk and Gato Barbieri…….very tripped out stuff…thanks for this OIR.