10 January 2015

MAX BRÜEL / ATTILA ZOLLER / GARY PEACOCK "JAZZ SALON DORTMUND 1957"



Max Brüel, tenor saxophone
Attila Zoller, guitar
Gary Peacock, bass


A.  Stella By Starlight  (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
B1. Indian Summer  (Al Dubin, Victor Herbert)
B2. Yesterdays  (Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach)


Recorded: 17th March, 1957 at Universum-Filmtheater, Dortmund, Germany.

METRONOME MEP 1139

5 comments:

onxidlib said...

This post is a reaction on Bulkang U. Antibop's comment here

The music's > 1fichier

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

I hope it wasn't an allergic reaction, onxidlib! Thank you so much for this rarity! I once had Peacock's bass instructional on VHS. He's an interesting chap to have come from Burley, Idaho. I do enjoy his early recordings with Shank. Peacock was an extraordinary player even then, so I do look forward to this chance and making Bruel's acquaintance, too. [I hear Gary's health has been not-so-good these past few years...]

onxidlib said...

Not allergic but stimulating (still laboring on my influenza).
When the Jarrettt Trio was playing in Munic in 2013 my collegue (who has experienced the early years of ECM very closely) got the information that the trio won't tour anymore.
The reason - apparently - was Mr. Peacock's waning health - may he live long!

Solomon said...

Thank you.

rowgatien said...

Many thanks ! ;)~