10 January 2015

HANS KOLLER - ROLAND KOVAC "JAZZ SALON DORTMUND 1957" (METRONOME, 1957)


...seems to be the earliest official recording with Gary Peacock...


Hans Koller, tenor saxophone, drums (only tr.B1)
Roland Kovac, piano (not on B2)
Attila Zoller, guitar (not on tr.B1)
Gary Peacock, bass
Siegfried Kocznorski, drums (not on tr.B1)


A1. Topsy (Eddie Durham)                              7:50
B1. Jeepers Creepers (Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer)    2:45
B2. There'll Never Be Another You (Warren & Gordon)   4:50


Recorded at Universum Filmtheater, Dortmund, Germany on March 16, 1957.

METRONOME MEP 1138  (EP rip)

5 comments:

onxidlib said...

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boogieman said...

Hello Onx',

good idea to re-post these EPs on Inconstant Sol. The Bboogieman's blog is dormant and will remain so for a couple of years probably. Cheers from the Southern Hemisphere.

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

At least they got his name right on this one! George-----ahem, GARY, seems to have come to the gramophone a mature musician. His security amidst his occasionally awkward section-mates is impressive; the simple and direct bass solo on "Topsy" might almost be him saying to the pianist "mean what you say" or "less can be more, my friend." Some nice blowing from Koller, too. :-)

Solomon said...

Thank you.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...