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VA - Heidelberger Jazz Tage 72 (1973/2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/88,2kHz
VA - Heidelberger Jazz Tage 72 (1973/2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/88,2kHz

Artist: Various
Title: Heidelberger Jazz Tage 72 (The Authentic Live Recording)
Genre: Jazz, Free Jazz, Fusion, Hard Bop, Post Bop, Big Band, Soul-Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Label: © MPS - Musik Produktion Schwarzwald | Edel Germany GmbH
Release Date: 1973/2016
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 88,2kHz/24bit
Source: highresaudio.com
Duration: 01:24:21
Recorded live 1-4 June 1972, Heidelberg Jazz Festival

This live festival double album highlights 11 European groups representing a potpourri of musical styles and directions. Kurt Edelhagen led one of Europe’s major big bands. This edition included American stars Benny Bailey (trp), Jiggs Wigham (trb), European stalwarts Ferdinand Povel (sax), Dieter Reith (p) and Günter Lenz (b). Their Kindly Leave the Stage flashes by in a blistering bop-inflected escapade. The fusion quartet Association P. C. gained international fame in the early 70’s. With star Dutch keyboardist Jasper van’t Hof in the forefront, Frau Theunissen is an electric tour de force. On Faun, the Brassy Brew quintet offers up a hodgepodge of musical colors. One of the most influential swing bands in post-war Germany, the Erwin Lehn Big Band, performs Roto Rooter, a funky blues with an infectious rock rhythm and driving solos by trumpet masters, Ack van Rooyen and Rolf Erikson. On the arousing From Now On, world music vibraphonist Karl Berger teams up with renowned avant-gardists Peter Kowald (b) and Alan Blairman (drs). Saxophonist Hans Koller lifted Austrian jazz onto the international scene. Isus Mirror is an intensely passionate reflection of his group’s name: Free Sound. Oscar Klein’s Tremble Kids was famous for its hard-driving ‘Chicago’ traditional jazz sound. With At the Jazz Band Ball, the band revisits the music of the 20’s Chicago speakeasies. Next, American trumpet great Art Farmer dances his group through the upbeat bossa Cascavelo. The iconic German big band Rhythm Combination & Brass let loose with Let’s Boom Chitty Boom, an up-tempo blues riding on a solid rock beat and outstanding solos. Pianist Michael Naura’s quartet play his moving, fusion-inflected piece Miriam, with Michael on fender piano joined by vibraphonist Wolfgang Schlüter. Iconoclastic pianist Fredrich Gulda was known as much for his experiments in jazz as for his defining interpretations of Mozart. On Anima Gulda and co. venture into the fantastic realm of the Dadaistic avant-garde. Recordings that adhere to the adage ‘variety is the spice of life’


Tracklist:
1 Kurt Edelhagen Big Band – Kindly Leave The Stage 5:14
2 Association P.C. – Frau Theunissen 6:13
3 Brassy Brew – Faun 8:09
4 Erwin Lehn Big Band – Rotor Rooter 5:46
5 Karl Berger Company – From Now On 8:26
6 Hans Koller Free Sound – Isus Mirror 6:52
7 Tremble Kids – At The Jazz Band Ball 5:32
8 Art Farmer Quartet – Cascavelo 7:46
9 Rhythm Combination & Brass – Let’s Boom Chitty Boom 7:57
10 Michael Naura Quartet – Miriam 11:20
11 Anima – Anima 11:09


Personnel:
Kurt Edelhagen Big Band
Bass – Günter Lenz
Drums – Ronnie Stephenson
Leader – Kurt Edelhagen
Piano – Dieter Reith
Saxophone – Ferdinand Povel, Heinz Kretzschmer, Kurt Aderhold, Manfred Lindner, Wilton Gaynair
Trombone – Jiggs Whigham, Manfred Gätjens, Nick Hauck, Otto Bredl
Trumpet – Benny Bailey, Hanne Wilfert, Mecky Schäning, Rick Kiefer
Association P.C.
Bass, Electric Bass, Violin – Siggi Busch
Drums – Pierre Courbois
Electric Piano, Organ – Jasper Van't Hof
Guitar – Toto Blanke
Brassy Brew
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Wolfram Sutter
Bass – H. O. Hübner
Drums – Dago Vötter
Electric Piano, Vibraphone – Thomas Wind
Trumpet – Joachim Romeis
Erwin Lehn Big Band
Drums – Joerg Gebhard
Guitar – Hans Wenzel
Leader – Erwin Lehn
Piano – Helmut Kirchgaessner
Saxophone – Bernd Rabe, Ernst Machwitz, Fritz Dautel, Joki Freund, Manfred Hofbauer
Trombone – Alfred Pendzialek, Egon Christmann, Juray Cukac, Kurt Krause
Trumpet – Ack Van Rooyen, Eberhard Schmidt-Schulz, Lubomir Rezanina, Rolf Ericson
Karl Berger Company
Bass – Peter Kowald
Drums – Alan Blairman
Vibraphone – Karl Berger
Hans Koller Free Sound
Bass, Electric Bass – Adelhard Roidinger
Drums – Peco Petey
Electric Piano – Albert Mair
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Hans Koller
Tremble Kids
Bass – Isla Eckinger
Clarinet – Werner Keller
Drums – Rolf Rebmann
Guitar – Peter Schmiedli
Piano – Jean Pierre Bionda
Trombone – Raimond Droz
Trumpet, Cornet – Oskar Klein
Art Farmer Quartet
Bass – Nils Henning Oersted Pedersen
Drums – Tony Inzalaco
Piano – Horst Mühlbrandt
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Art Farmer
Rhythm Combination & Brass
Bass – Nils Henning Oersted Pedersen, Peter Trunk
Drums – Tony Inzalaco
Electric Piano, Percussion – Horst Mühlbrandt
Guitar – Siegfried Schwab
Organ – Dieter Reith
Saxophone – Ferdinand Povel
Timbales – Ronnie Stephenson
Trombone – Jiggs Whigham, Peter Herbolzheimer, Rudi Füsers
Trumpet – Ack Van Rooyen, Art Farmer, Palle Mikkelborg, Rick Kiefer
Michael Naura Quartet
Bass – Wolfgang Luschert
Drums, Percussion – Leif Östergard
Electric Piano [Fender] – Michael Naura
Vibraphone – Wolfgang Schlüter
Anima
Drums, Zither [Fuchs], Vocals – Limpe Fuchs
Piano, Electric Piano, Recorder, Flute – Friedrich Gulda
Wind [Fuchszinken], Horn [Fuchs], Flute, Bass [Fuchs] – Paul Fuchs



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