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The Dale Jacobs Group - Live At Puccini's mp3 album
Electronic / Jazz
Performer: The Dale Jacobs Group
Title: Live At Puccini's
Style: Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk, Fusion
Year 1976
Genre: Electronic / Jazz
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 388
MP3 size: 1421 mb
FLAC size: 1794 mb
WMA size: 1609 mb
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The Dale Jacobs Group - Live At Puccini's mp3 album

The Dale Jacobs Group Live At Puccini's 1971 Deep analogue synths in a "performance of electronic music which encompasses the best of jazz, R and B, an. .

Jacobs had a taste for funk. Some of the tracks are worthy of a little bit of stank face: This may be a brilliant lost album, or perhaps it’s a piece of junk. Great music – I have good memories of evenings that Ralph Dyck and I spent at Puccini’s listening his band. I still have copies of the tapes that CHQM made for their late night jazz program.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Discovery (CBC Radio Olympic Theme)
Congas – Albert St. Albert
A2 Visions Of Rio 6:22
A3 Splash 5:12
A4 Without Reservation
Backing Vocals [Background Vocal] – Dale Jacobs, Doug Cuthbert, Helen ManelsLead Vocals, Backing Vocals [Background Vocal] – Hans StaymerTenor Saxophone, Backing Vocals [Background Vocal] – Wayne Kozak
B1 What Else
Sequencer – Ralph Dyck
B2 It's Only The Perfect Love 5:14
B3 A Last Look At The Summer 7:03

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Imperial Record Corp. Ltd.
  • Published By – Ralph Dyck Electronic Music
  • Published By – Singwell Publising
  • Recorded By – Ocean Sound Studio
  • Overdubbed At – Ralph Dyck Studios
  • Remixed At – Ralph Dyck Studios
  • Recorded At – Puccini's
  • Recorded At – Singwell Studios


  • Arranged By, Producer – Dale Jacobs
  • Composed By – Dale Jacobs (tracks: A2 to B3), Ralph Dyck (tracks: A1)
  • Design [Cover Design] – Doug Cuthbert
  • Drums – Doug Cuthbert
  • Electric Bass, Other [Phase Bass] – Brian Harrison
  • Electric Piano [Roland EP-30 Electric Piano], Synthesizer [Roland String Ensemble] – Ralph Dyck
  • Electric Piano [Roland Piano], Synthesizer [Roland SH-2000 Synthesizer With Space Echo] – Dale Jacobs
  • Engineer [Ocean Sound] – Dave Thomas (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3), Edward John (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3)
  • Engineer [Singwell] – Roger Monk (tracks: A1, A4)
  • Liner Notes – Ken Singer
  • Photography By – Gar Lunney
  • Soprano Saxophone, Other [Multi-Voice] – Wayne Kozak


Original live recording by Ocean Sound
Transfer, over-dubs, and remix by Ralph Dyck Studios
Without Reservation and Discovery recorded at Singwell Studios

[A1]: Ralph Dyck Electronic Music
[A2 to B3]: Singwell Publising
All selections CAPAC

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  • Rights Society: CAPAC

Thought the year of release might be 1976, if 'Discovery' was an olympic theme..seems much more likely than 1971.
Found a copy autographed by Dale and drummer Doug Cuthbert. Such a groovy piece of Vancouver music history that like all the great 70s CBC jazz transcriptions will likely never be released again. So much good music buried in archives. But it makes vinyl hunting fun :-)
It was recorded in 1971 as I was the recording engineer. It was the first live recording I did that was pressed into a record. We recorded at Puccini's at the end of the narrow bar on a 4-track and it was mixed back at Total Sounds West by Laurie Wallace. Puccini's was very small and narrow so we placed the room (audience) microphone were it got applause without noise from the bar. We doubled the applause in the mix to give the impression it was a bigger jazz club. This record garnished a 26 episode syndicated Live Jazz show which spurned Ocean Sound Studios in Vancouver. Laurie was too busy with album tracks to mix the radio show so we built Ocean Sounds Studio (The Bunker) in North Vancouver and the radio show were mixed there. In 1979 Ocean Sound Studios moved to West 2nd Ave in Vancouver where I recorded Ralph Dyck and Paul Horn's Jupiter 8 record. Ralph played keyboards with Dale on the Live from Puccini's and was of the developers of electronic music. Ralph designed the Roland Micro-composer and programmed all the sequencing on TOTO's Africa. Ralph and Paul both passed away with the last couple of years. Dale and Ralph were true pioneers of electronic jazz music. Cheers, Dave Thomas aamicrophones.com
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I thought it was later, too. The intro to "What Else" sounds like a polyphonic synthesizer, and as far as I know, there weren't any poly synths until the Moog Polymoog in 1975, and then the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 in 1978. Would you happen to remember how he achieved that sound? I've been trying to uncover that mystery since I found out about this record about 8 years ago.
How do we know this is 1971 by the way?Doesn't say it anywhere I can find...Sounds much later to me.
Some of the Roland gear used on the LP was not even available until '74. So, you are correct.
Youtube clips and torrents don't do justice this amazing album (and they still sound great don't get me wrong), you have to it on original vinyl, such deep analogue synths in a "performance of electronic music which encompasses the best of jazz, R and B, and funk with strong classical overtones" (linear notes in quotes). This is top shelf matieral
Very sweet synthy jazzy funky stuffy : ) Aw, only just noticed they've put a stereo delay on the audience applause to make it sound more popular! Bless!