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Helmut Brandt & His Mainstream Orchestra - The Final Session


2002
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Contemporary Jazz
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It is a skilful mix of African and Western elements, with a spiritual heart and dynamic grooves. In January and shortly before the group disbanded, they recorded nine tracks for an aborted LP project at Masterpiece studio in Detroit, U. In the music was carefully remastered from the original track master tape. For Kapingbdi, music is not for its own purpose, but serves A New Colour - Spellcraft - Do It Yourself Vol.

1 carry a message born of the African experience and perspective, intended for all people CD Kapingbdi toured through Europe and the U. Symphonic Jazz at its finest and a rare musical find from post-war Berlin. Another exciting new chapter of Progressive Jazz in Germany. They open up an exciting new chapter of Progressive Jazz in Germany. Nagel at Tonstudio Bauer in Ludwigsburg. Deep brew of electrified Jazz-Funk, spiritual sounds, Remedy Changes - The Damnation Project - The Damnation Project music from Eastern Europe and free improvisation.

Spoerri el-ts and ssKennel tpD. Lee el-pi, clavinet and vibesR. Waeber g Helmut Brandt & His Mainstream Orchestra - The Final SessionJ. Haefeli fl and perc and others. Previously unknown hard bop and cool jazz from Berlin Image Films of the s, transferred from the original master tapes. All music by composer, vibraphonist and pianist Manfred Burzlaffa true master of harmonies, inventing improvisational concepts and experiments somewhat comparable to the famous style of the Clarke-Boland Sextet.

Burzlaff was one of the best European vibraphonists and a great arranger, which is not just a sentence being said because he doesn't live anymore!

Exclusive vinyl release! Probably the final and last issued music of Elsie Bianchi, mastered for 6-Page-Digipack-CD and limited vinyl LP with insert, including new sleeve notes and many unknown photos from the late s Forgotten work by one of the key figures of cool and modal jazz in Germany, CD and digital album come with two additional tracks Unique compilation and th release in the catalogue of Sonorama Records - Helmut Brandt & His Mainstream Orchestra - The Final Session under: cool, modern, hard bop, modal!

Hidden treasure coming to light: restored and newly mastered album full of unreleased music from Copenhagen by the godfathers of Danish modern jazz, fluidly playing hard bop to American standards - fresh, highly creative and cleverly arranged.

Transferred from reel-to-reel tapes found in the collection of Niels Husum, with photos provided by Allan Botschinsky - limited vinyl LP and digipack-CD with four additional tracks Austrian genius Friedrich Gulda on piano and baritone saxophone, leading a piece, top-shelf, lineup of players.

Friedrich Gulda in New York Times Unique material by one of the most important European postwar jazz My Extraordinary Mind - No Fun At All - State Of Flow being released here for the first time. In addition to his classic quartet, Koller invited six brass players to the set, making arrangements sound more colorful and rich. Killer funk compilation full of highlights from the music archives of Josef Weinberger Ltd.

From hard bop to soft ballads, all light, fluffy, intimately personal and with a lyrical bebop approach. Previously unknown modern jazz tracks by the legendary Swedish baritone saxophonist, recorded in Europe, featuring icons like Sahib Shihab, Dexter Gordon, Flavio Ambrosetti, Rolf Billberg, Nils Lindberg and others.

CD and digital album come with three bonus tracks from Denmark: lost vocal Helmut Brandt & His Mainstream Orchestra - The Final Session from with Lars Gullin and Erik Moseholm Soulful piano trio! First re-issue of a lost album, originally released in on a private label from Zurich with only a handful of copies known to exist.

Carefully remastered in for vinyl LP and CD-Digipack, comes with original artwork and liner notes The great bassist Oscar Pettiford live in Hamburgsecond chapter. New sleeve notes, careful audio restoration and mastering for CD and LP The music presented on this album for the first time was recorded in the year when West Coast tenorist Brew Moore immigrated to Europe.

Excellent sound quality, carefully mastered incomes with new liner notes and unseen concert photos from the same evening. Oscar at his best, passing the message of jazz as it was received! New compilation showcasing some great early works by the outstanding Dutch jazz singer, featuring 16 lost songs from the s - short, soulful and to the point.

Eleven nuggets of Italian library music between big band funk and Bossa rhythm, with whirling horns, wild flutes and buzzy synth lines - inspired and occasionally framed by Edding (Mark Broom Remix) - Plankton (16) - Edding EP of Formula 1.

First collection of lost recordings by the outstanding Argentinian composer, arranger and pianist, carefully remastered in Roland Kovac p in a unique workshop. Superb session produced by Hans Gertberg, mastered inincluding vintage cover artwork by designer Guenther Kieser Finest songs from her repertoire, mastered from lost tapes recently discovered in the archives of S. Schmidt-Joos, with K. Gauchel tsD. King b and N. Irving dr - 6-Panel-Digipack CD, new sleeve notes and unknown photos - her first live release!

Impossible to find hard bop LP! From the collection of Elsie Bianchi comes this exciting Swiss jazz album, originally released in a micro run of approx. Anselmi pR. Pierre b and A. Library- and Soundtrack-like album full of bossa breakbeat tunes, scat funk, jazz fusion and trippy interludes - with acoustic or spacey electric guitars, latin flutes, vibes, fender rhodes plus occasional vocals.

Limited vinyl LP and 6-page-digipack CD, carefully restored and remastered incomes with unreleased archive photos and new sleeve notes Vinyl-LP only. First Reissue of a highly sought after modern jazz album, recorded at the Liederhalle in Stuttgart, originally pressed in a small edition and impossible to find today.

Beautiful recording session full of original material and unique arrangements of standards. Careful analogue mastering plus original cover artwork and sleeve notes Mangelsdorff tbH. Reinhardt barsP. Trunk bH. Hammerschmid pR. Percussive hard bop, Afro-Cuban and modern jazz recordings by Berlin bongo player, singer Breath Of Night - Osamu Kitajima - Masterless Samurai beatnik Toby Fichelscher, from with the quintet of vibraphonist Manfred Burzlaff feat.

Discovery of unknown tapes by the enigmatic German jazz singer, percussionist and two-time poll winner. Unique document from the existentialist jazz scene in Berlin before the wall was built Helmut Brandt & His Mainstream Orchestra - The Final Session Releases.


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  1. Articles about Mainstream Orchestra. Add to list Bookmarks. New list Helmut Brand & His Mainstream Orchestra: "The Final Session" Jazz Journal International () Vol. 56, No. 4, germany playing styles saxophonists bandleaders jazz ensembles clarinetists jazz bands helmut brandt helmut brand helmut brandt combo. About.
  2. Helmut Brandt (musician) Through the end of the s he worked in a Berlin radio dance band, and played in the orchestras of Lubo D'Orio and Kurt Widmann. His Mainstream Orchestra was popular in Berlin in the s. Brandt died of a in
  3. Previously unreleased studio concert from Hamburg in , featuring four jazz saxophone legends: Lucky Thompson (ss/ ts), Barney Wilen (ss/ ts), Helmut Brandt (bars) and Bent Jaedig (ts), recorded with the quartet of Dr. Roland Kovac (p) in a unique workshop.
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  6. The final version of this list will have three parts. [b]Part 1: Standard albums[/b], sorted ascending by date of recording. As some albums contain tracks from more than one recording session, those albums will appear more than once. That's also the reason for omitting item numbers. [b]Part 2: Compilations[/b], sorted ascending by name of artist/band.
  7. Adam Georg Taubitz (born 7 October ) is a German jazz and classical musician. He is perhaps best known for his work with the Berlin Philharmonic Jazz Group, which he established in , and with the Aura ishndoraakirtaum.infoinfo: 7 October (age 51), Chorzów, Upper .

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