After 41 years hidden in a dark cellar somewhere in Göteborg, now the time has finally come to present the magic explosion of sounds and feelings, recorded live by the vibrant duo of Peter Hansen, piano, and Peeter Uuskyla, drums, in the small club of "Studentkåren" in Göteborg, July 1st, 1979.
It is Peeter's own recording we hear here, made on his beloved Uher tape-recorder, and stashed away in the shadowy hallways of the allways since then.
The dynamic duo had been asked to play a set before the headlight of the evening, Pharaoh Sanders entered the stage, and, so they did!
They really did, and the walls of the city shaked.
The tiny place was crammed with free jazz enthusiasts, of which the notoriously stage-frightened Peter Hansen noted with a slight shock, but 'nothing's gonna stop them now'.
Of course, Swedish free form jazz history was instantly created.
And now, Dear listener, if you weren't there the first time around, here's your chance to catch up on the history of legendary performances and duos; Peter Hansen and Peeter Uuskyla live, July 1st, 1979.
As a final note, we might also add that the secret plans to sneak Pharaoh Sanders' away for a wild jam in the night; a plan that, rumours has it, also involved the legendary Bengt "Frippe" Nordström, was abruptly, and on very good grounds, we believe, immediately put to an end by Pharao's wife.
So, Chapter Two of this illuminated jam, we will only be able to listen to in the inner radio transmissons of our expanded minds.
But, luckily enough, Chapter One is always and forever one h**l of a killer, so, everything is just as it should be.
Peter Hansen and Peeter Uuskyla still rules, OK!
JULY 1 1979 Peter Hansen piano Peeter Uuskyla drums.