Here’s a half-hour performance by the Globe Unity Orchestra from German television, circa 1970, broken into four chunks.

Part 1 (“Globe Unity 70”):

Part 2 (“Drunken in the Morning Sunrise”):

Part 3 (“Ode, Part 1”):

Part 4 (“Ode, Part 2”):

The performers:

Alexander Von Schlippenbach: piano, percussion, leader
Evan Parker: soprano & tenor saxophones
Peter Brötzmann: tenor, baritone saxophones, bassetthorn
Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn
Derek Bailey: guitar
Manfred Schoof: trumpet, flugelhorn, bachtrumpet
Peter Kowald: tuba, bass
Gerd Dudek: soprano, tenor saxophones, flute
Heinz Sauer: baritone, tenor & alto saxophones
Paul Rutherford: trombone, tenor horn
Tomasz Stanko, Bernard Vitet: trumpets
Albert Mangelsdorff, Malcolm Griffith: trombones
Buschi Niebergall: bass, bass trombone
Paul Lovens: drums, percussion
Arjen Gorter: bass, electric bass
Han Bennink: drums, shell-horn, dhung, gachi

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