9 December 2014

ULRICH GUMPERT QUINTET "MARKOWITZ' BLUES"



Here we have Gumpert's contribution to the soundtrack(s) for a famous and long going 'crime' series - quiet popular in Germany.
The model for the music is obviously Miles Davis' "Ascenseur pour l'échafaud" (Elevator to the Gallows) - but it has clearly it's own vibe.....and hey - what a line-up!


Heinz Becker, trumpet & fluegelhorn
Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, tenor saxophone
Ulrich Gumpert, piano
Klaus Koch, bass (9 to 35)
Matthias Bauer, bass (1 to 8, 36 to 39)
Günter Sommer, drums


Markowitz Blues
01.     Take 1     3:32
02.     Take 2     1:11
03.     Take 3     1:13
04.     Take 4     1:55
05.     Take 5     0:55
06.     Take 6     1:40
07.     Take 7     1:39
08.     Take 8     4:02
   
Tod Einer Alten Frau
Markowitz 2
09.     Take 1     0:47
10.     Take 2     1:04
11.     Take 3     1:27
12.     Take 4     0:43
13.     Take 5     3:32
14.     Take 6     1:28
15.     Take 7     0:25
16.     Take 8     0:41
17.     Take 9     1:06

Smell A Rat
18.     Take 1     1:41
19.     Take 2     1:03

Markowitz 2
20.     Take 10     1:48
21.     Take 11     1:17
22.     Take 12     2:53

Die Sache Baryschna
Baryschna
23.     Take 1     0:35
24.     Take 2     2:34

The Fugitive
25.     Take 1     2:19
26.     Take 2     1:40
27.     Take 3     1:06

Baryschna
28.     Take 3     2:45
   
Geschlossene Akten
Markowitz 3
29.     Take 1     0:50
30.     Take 2     0:41
31.     Take 3     1:11
32.     Take 4     1:01
33.     Take 5     1:01

Smell A Rat Again
34.     Take 1     2:25

Markowitz 3
35.     Take 1     3:36
   
Endstation
Markowitz 4
36.     Take 1     1:02
37.     Take 2     0:56

Skate On Thin Ice
38.     Take 1     2:43

Markowitz 4
39.     Take 3     1:48

Tracks 1 to 8 recorded 9.6.1992 at FMP-Studio Berlin
Tracks 9 to 22 recorded 2.2.1993 at RBT-Studio Berlin
Tracks 23 to 28 recorded 19.5.1993 at RBT-Studio Berlin
Tracks 29 to 35 recorded 1.3.1994 at RBT-Studio Berlin
Tracks 36 to 39 recorded 21.12.1994 at RBT-Studio Berlin

BASIC 50002 (CD 1995)
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6 comments:

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wightdj said...

Great post, just what the doctor ordered! Thanks.

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

what a line-up, indeed!
i very much enjoyed koch and bauer playing, albeit simultaneously, on bill dixon's marvelous "Berlin Abbozzi" five years later (i just learned matthias is brother to hannes and conny). i enjoy the configurations of the Zentralquartett/Synopsis/Sommer&3OldFriends/Etc., so I appreciate your post of this project with a Gumpert slant this time!

corvimax said...

thanks for this music, makes me want to see the movie

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much for this! It's great to have it.

Jezzer

very very said...

many thanks for gumpert!