A1. Five Degrees East - Five Degrees West. Composed By, Soloist – Rolf KühnSoloist – Sulieman. Jazz Workshop Ost-West. Bochum 1965 (LP, Album, Promo).
Performer: Jazz Workshop Ost-West Genre: Jazz Album: Bochum 1965 Released: 1965. 2000-2018 All rights reserved - Prodaem.
Jazz Workshop East-West. Jazz Workshop East-West.
Jazz Workshop Ost-West with Rolf Kühn, Idrees Suliemann . Label: Columbia SMC 83875 Issue: 12" LP 1965. Rolf and Joachim Kühn: Re-Union in Berlin Label: CBS S62407 12" LP 1965. Rolf Kühn: Solarius Label: Amigas 850046 12" LP 1965. George Gruntz: Jazz Goes Baroque, vol. 2 (Philips P48134L), and Klaus Doldinger in Südamerika (Philips 843728 PY) Both LPs from 1965. LPs from 1965 and 1966: Friedrich Gulda (Saba 15097), and Voices by Manfred Schoof Quintet (CBS S62621). George Duke: Jazz Workshop Label: Saba 15074 12" LP 1966 Design: William Hopkins.
Andrzej Trzaskowski (23 March 1933-16 September 1998) was a Polish jazz composer and musicologist. Between 1959 and 1990, he composed the music and/or conducted the score for some thirty films. A native of Kraków, Trzaskowski learned to play the piano as a child and, in 1951, at the age of eighteen, helped to form Melomani, one of the first Polish swing and bop groups. What a great concert ! (thanks to onxidlib for this fantastic album !) Recorded live at the Ruhrlandhalle, Bochum, Germany, January 30 1965. Personnel: Rune Carlsson (drums) Roman Dylag (bass) Jaromir Hnilicka (trumpet) Richard Kubernat (trumpet) Rolf Kühn (clarinet) Ronnie Ross (saxophone) Idrees Sulieman (trumpet) Andrez Trzaskowski (piano) Michal Urbaniak (saxophone, flute) Leo Wright (saxophone, flute). Tracklist: 01. Five Degrees EAST – Five Degrees WEST (Kühn) . 0 02.
Jazz Workshop Ost-West. Released in 1965 on Columbia. A1 - Five Degrees East - Five Degrees West. A3 - Sub Basement Blues. A4 - Majo Taj. B1 - Beneath The Surface. B2 - Midnight In Berlin. Offers for Bochum 1965 - Jazz Workshop Ost-West.
Nobody has seen Jazz Workshop Ost-West live yet! Last updated: 25 Dec 2018, 17:30 Etc/UTC. Jazz Workshop Ost-West Lyrics (de). More from this Artist.
Berlin's 1965 Jazz Piano Workshop reunited some of the instrument's finest exponents from the full stylistic spectrum of jazz piano. The great Teddy Wilson was on hand to represent the swing piano style; the father of jazz piano improvisation Earl Hines was also present; Lennie Tristano served as an exponent of modern exploratory piano playing, Bill Evans and John Lewis were in attendance, and a nexus between the traditional and the modern, Jaki Byard - who alternated free and stride passages on the same. The two other main influences missing from the performance were Thelonious Monk, who was touring Europe with his own band, and Art Tatum, who had died in 1956. Berlin Jazz Piano Workshop 1965. The concert opens with a blues introducing the pianist, who each play a couple of choruses.
|Five Degrees East - Five Degrees West|
|Sub Basement Blues|
|Beneath The Surface|
|Midnight In Berlin|
|The Hip Blues|
|SMC 83875||Jazz Workshop Ost-West||Bochum 1965 (LP, Album)||Columbia||SMC 83875||Germany||1965|
|SMC 83875||Jazz Workshop Ost-West||Bochum 1965 (LP, Album, Promo)||Columbia||SMC 83875||Germany||1965|