2017/07/06

Kurt Edelhagen - Moonlight Serenade (1950-54)


Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:14:52 | Size: 185.86 MB | MP3 320 kbps
 
Tracklist:
01. Begin The Beguine
02. Some Of These Days
03. Happy Days Are Here Again
04. No Can Do
05. In A Little Spanish Town
06. Sam's Song
07. Wilhelmina
08. Boogie At All
09. Paul's Boogie
10. Presto Aus Der "Fantasie In Be-Bop"
11. Moonlight Serenade
12. Dinah
13. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
14. Korridor-Swing
15. Eisbär-Song
16. Blues Aus "Ein Amerikaner In Paris"
17. Hawaiian War Chant
18. Non-Stop-Riff
19. Stumbling
20. Taking A Chance On Love
21. Lilli-Boogie
22. Fine And Dandy
23. Guatemala
24. Hau Den Lucas

Credits
Alto Saxophone – Franz Von Klenck, Helmut Reinhardt (tracks: 16 to 24), Paul Biste (tracks: 1 to 15)
Baritone Saxophone – Helmut Reinhardt (tracks: 18 to 20, 22), Jonny Feigl* (tracks: 1 to 17, 21, 23, 24)
Bass – Joe Sydow (tracks: 1 to 15), Werner Schulze (tracks: 16 to 24)
Drums – Bobby Schmidt (tracks: 1 to 23), Silo Deutsch (tracks: 24)
Guitar – Erich Helsing (tracks: 1 to 15)
Piano – Heinz Kiessling (tracks: 1 to 15), Werner Drexler (tracks: 18 to 24), Werner Twardy (tracks: 16, 17)
Tenor Saxophone – Bubi Aderhold*, Paul Martin (6)
Trombone – Erich Well (tracks: 1 to 15), Heinz Hermannsdörfer (tracks: 16, 17, 21, 23, 24), Helmut Hauck (tracks: 16, 17, 21, 23, 24), Hugo Dörffler (tracks: 1 to 15), Otto Bredl, Werner Betz (tracks: 1 to 17, 21, 23, 24)
Trumpet – Hans Etzel (tracks: 1 to 15), Hanne Wilfert* (tracks: 1 to 17, 21, 23, 24), Klaus Mitschele (tracks: 16, 17, 21, 23, 24), Rolf Schneebiegl (tracks: 16 to 24), Siegfried Achhammer (tracks: 1 to 17, 21, 23, 24), Wolfgang Förster (tracks: 1 to 15)
Violin, Scat – Helmut Zacharias (tracks: 10)


Jazzclub | History
Originalaufnahmen, 1950 - 1954
Mastered at Emil Berliner Studios, Langenhagen.

This compilation ℗ 2006 Universal Music Classics & Jazz
© 2006 Universal Music Classics & Jazz, a division of Universal Music GmbH
Made in EU
 
A well-respected bandleader whose orchestras tended to emphasize swinging dance music but were open to boppish solos, Kurt Edelhagen was a major name in Germany for quite a few years. He studied piano and conducting, and then in 1946 formed his first big band. Edelhagen was a natural bandleader and he headed ensembles for the radio station in Frankfurt, in Nuremberg (1949-1952) and most notably the orchestra of Sudwestfunk (1952-1957) which sometimes looked towards Stan Kenton. In 1957 he joined Westdeustcher Rundfunk in Cologne which in time included such players as trumpeters Dusko Goykovich and Jimmy Deuchar, altoist Derek Humble, and trombonist Jiggs Whigham. He headed that band until it broke up in 1973 and remained semi-active up until near his death. Kurt Edelhagen recorded fairly often in Germany during 1949-1972 although few of his records (other than one put out by Golden Era) have been made available in the U.S.
 

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