Various: Jazz Meets The World, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Various: Jazz Meets The World, 2×LP (Vinyl)
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Various
Jazz Meets The World
Baden Powell
Albert Mangelsdorff
Barney Wilen
Don Cherry
Paco De Lucía
und 10 weitere ...

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover
  • BASF
  • (29 22520-8)
  • MPS Records
  • (52023)
  • Metronome
  • (88.024-2)
  • 18 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve, small cut out on cover opening

tracks

A1

George Gruntz
Salhé

1:05
A2

George Gruntz
Buanuara

8:52
A3

George Gruntz
Fazani

3:21
A4

Paco De Lucía
Pedro Iturralde Quintet
Cancion De Las Penas De Amor

6:05
A5

Albert Mangelsdorff
Colin Wilkie
Icy Acres

4:07
B1

Baden Powell
Round About Midnight

5:33
B2

Baden Powell
Dindi

2:59
B3

Baden Powell
Tristeza

3:48
B4

George Gruntz
Change Of Air

3:30
B5

George Gruntz
Retraite Celeste

7:20
C1

The Jazz Horns
The Irene Schweizer Trio
Dewan Motihar Trio
Brigach And Ganges

8:12
C2

The Jazz Horns
The Irene Schweizer Trio
Dewan Motihar Trio
Yaad

5:15
C3

The Indonesian Allstars
Tony Scott
Djanger Bali

5:35
C4

Barney Wilen
Tragic Destiny Of Lorenzo Bandini, Finale

3:55
D1

Don Cherry
Baby's Breath

5:23
D2

Hideo Shiraki Quintet + 3 Koto Girls
Sakura, Sakura

8:07
D3

Hideo Shiraki Quintet + 3 Koto Girls
Matsuri No Genzo

6:11
D4

El Babaku
Aino Buca

4:04

Credits

Agogo
  • Salvador Da Silva Filho
Piano
  • Salvador Da Silva Filho
  • François Tusques
  • Irene Schweizer
  • Paul Grassl
  • Yuzuru Sera
  • George Gruntz
  • Joachim Kühn
  • Bubi Chen
  • Karl Berger
Alto Saxophone
  • Günter Kronberg
  • Emil Mangelsdorff
  • Joki Freund
  • Heinz Sauer
  • Nathan Davis
Baritone Saxophone
  • Günter Kronberg
Flute
  • Emil Mangelsdorff
  • Don Cherry
  • Billy Brooks
  • Meirelles
  • Sahib Shihab
  • Takeru Muraoka
  • Marjono
  • Bernt Rosengren
Soprano Saxophone
  • Joki Freund
  • Sahib Shihab
  • Barney Wilen
Arranged By
  • Joki Freund
Bass
  • Arild Andersen
  • Beb Guerin
  • Eberhard Weber
  • Eric Peter
  • Günter Lenz
  • Hachiro Kurita
  • Jimmy Woode
  • Sergio Barroso
  • Uli Trepte
  • Yopi Chen
  • Sergio Batera
  • Burt Thompson
Tambourine
  • Sergio Batera
  • Ralf Hübner
  • Meirelles
  • Sahib Shihab
Vocals
  • Burt Thompson
  • Carlos Santa Cruz
  • Donald Coleman
  • Charles Campbell
  • Billy Brooks
  • Colin Wilkie
  • Diwan Motihar
  • Marjono
  • Edu Lobo
  • Shirley Hart
  • Sylvia Telles
Berimbau
  • Jorge Arena
Percussion
  • Jorge Arena
  • Hattab Jouini
  • Moktar Slama
  • Salah El Mahdi
Cavaquinho
  • Rosinha de Valença
Clarinet
  • Tony Scott
  • Bernt Rosengren
Congas
  • Carlos Santa Cruz
  • Donald Coleman
  • Charles Campbell
  • Mani Neumeier
Cowbell
  • Carlos Santa Cruz
  • Donald Coleman
Tamborim
  • Carlos Santa Cruz
Cornet
  • Don Cherry
  • Manfred Schoof
Gamelan
  • Don Cherry
  • Jacques Thollot
  • Karl Berger
Performer
  • Don Cherry
Composed By
  • Don Cherry
  • George Gruntz
Trumpet
  • Manfred Schoof
  • Franco Ambrosetti
  • Terumasa Hino
Drums
  • Benny Mustafa
  • Charly Antolini
  • Daniel Humair
  • Eddy Gaumont
  • Hideo Shiraki
  • Mani Neumeier
  • Peer Wyboris
  • Pierre Favre
  • Chico Batera
  • Billy Brooks
  • Jacques Thollot
  • Ralf Hübner
Cuica
  • Chico Batera
Talking Drum
  • Billy Brooks
Gong
  • Jacques Thollot
Bells
  • Jacques Thollot
Voice
  • Jacques Thollot
Goblet Drum
  • Ralf Hübner
  • Hattab Jouini
  • Salah El Mahdi
Guitar
  • Baden Powell
  • Jack Lesmana
  • Rosinha de Valença
  • Sonny Sharrock
  • Paco De Lucía
  • Colin Wilkie
Koto
  • Keiko Nosaka
  • Kinuko Shirane
  • Sachiko Miyamoto
Ney
  • Salah El Mahdi
Oboe
  • Moktar Slama
  • Bernt Rosengren
Pandeiro
  • Rubens Bassini
Conductor
  • George Gruntz
Zither
  • Bubi Chen
Producer
  • Joachim Ernst Berendt
Sitar
  • Diwan Motihar
Tabla
  • Hattab Jouini
  • Keshav Sathe
Tambura
  • Kusum Thakur
Tenor Saxophone
  • Barney Wilen
  • Pedro Iturralde
  • Heinz Sauer
  • Nathan Davis
  • Takeru Muraoka
  • Marjono
  • Bernt Rosengren
Trombone
  • Albert Mangelsdorff
  • Dino Piana
  • Eje Thelin
Vibraphone
  • Karl Berger
Violin
  • Jean-Luc Ponty

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