6 November 2014


Allan Botschinsky, trumpet, fluegelhorn
Torolf Mölgard, trombone
Claes Rosendahl, tenor saxophone, flute
Lee Konitz, alto saxophone, flute
Heinz Sauer, soprano & tenor saxophone
Cecil Payne, baritone saxophone, clarinet
Wolfgang Dauner, piano, organ
Attila Zoller, guitar
Barre Phillips, bass
Stu Martin, drums

01. Struwwelpeter (A. Zoller)     6:02
    Solos: Botschinsky, Sauer (ts), Mölgard, Dauner, Payne (bs), Rosendahl (ts), Zoller, Phillips

02. Beehive '94 (W. Dauner)     6:50
    Solos: Zoller, Payne (bs), Dauner (org), Konitz (as)

03. The Sweet Hustler (A. Zoller)     5:56
    Zoller and rhythm section only. Solos: Zoller, Phillips

04. At Twilight (A. Zoller)     6:23
    Solos: Sauer (ss), Konitz (as), Mölgard, Zoller

05. Up To The Moment (B. Phillips)     8:33
    Solos: collective, Phillips, Sauer

06. Rumpelstilzchen (A. Zoller)     8:14
    Solos: Zoller, Phillips, Sauer, Martin

07. Impressions Of Sounds For Piano And Band (W. Dauner)     5:47
    Solo: Dauner (p)

08. Flying Fish (C. Payne)     7:14
    Solos: Payne (bs), Botschinsky (flh), Dauner (p), Zoller, Sauer (ts)

09. Cry Cry Gypsy Cry (A. Zoller)     9:36
    Solos: Zoller, Sauer (ts), collective

10. Rebecca Is 18 (L. Konitz)     5:56
    Konitz and Zoller only

11. Git The Money Blues (J. Owens)     7:31
    Solos: Zoller, Sauer (ts), Botschinsky (flh), Rosendahl (ts)

Recorded at Studio 10, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Funkhauses, Hamburg on March 29, 1968.

NDR Jazz Workshop No. 56; produced by Hans Gertberg.
"The Sweet Hustler," "At Twilight," and "Rebecca is 18" are included on the LP NDR Jazzworkshop '68 (NDR 654 057).


onxidlib said...
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wightdj said...

Cool, thanks.

E-mile said...

i am beginning to dig these series more and more, thanks Bill D. for sharing these NDR jazzworkshop gems!
peace, E-mile

boogieman said...

Hello Onx'

I hadn't visited for a while. Loads of good music to catch up with (NDR, Jeff Gilson ...). Thanks mate & best regards from the southern seas!

Solomon said...

Thank you!

Rasimov77 said...

thanks a lot !!

rowgatien said...

Thank you very much.

Tantris said...

Thanks for this! I've recently been listening to his LP from 1965, 'The Horizon Beyond', just to try something I hadn't heard before. It's very good indeed, and seems to be out of print. I can post that if there is interest.

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In two parts:

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