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January  Jac's Group feat. Charlie Mariano
June  Various Artists: New Jazz Festival Hamburg '75
Jul-Aug  Pork Pie: The Door Is Open
Aug-Sep  Philip Catherine: Guitars
September  Eberhard Weber: Yellow Fields
Autumn  Embryo: Bad Heads And Bad Cats

Charlie Mariano
Jac's Group feat. Charlie Mariano

Jazz A Confronto, Vol. 15

Jac's Group feat. Charlie Mariano Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano & alto saxophones, flute
  • Philip Catherine – guitar
  • Jasper van't Hof – keyboards
  • J.F. Jenny-Clark – bass
  • Aldo Romano – drums
Titles:
  1. Look Up (Charlie Mariano)
  2. I Felt Obliged
  3. Zirkus
  4. 47 Seconds
  5. Eighteen Bar Blues (Charlie Mariano)
  6. Duo Maximum (Mariano, van't Hof)
  7. Unexpected
Recorded on January 18, 1975 at Titania Studios, Rome, Italy
Produced by Marc Moulin; executive producer: Bernard de Bosson
Released by Jazz A Confronto Horo (Italy) HLL 101-15

Websites: Philip Catherine, Jasper van't Hof

Various Artists
New Jazz Festival Hamburg '75

New Jazz Festival Hamburg '75 Personnel:
  • Terje Rypdal's Odyssey (side 1, track 1)
    • Terje Rypdal – guitar
    • Torbjorn Sunde – trombone
    • Brynjulf Blix – piano
    • Sveinung Hovensjo – bass
    • Svein Christiansen – drums

  • David Liebman's Lookout Farm (side 1, track 2)
    • David Liebman – reeds
    • Richard Beirach – piano
    • Frank Tusa – bass
    • Jeff Williams – drums
    • Badal Roy – percussion

  • Eberhard Weber's Colours (side 2, track 1)
    • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, flute
    • Rainer Brüninghaus – piano
    • Eberhard Weber – bass
    • Jon Christensen – drums

  • Tomasz Stanko Unit (side 2, track 2)
    • Tomasz Stanko – trumpet
    • Adam Makowicz – piano
    • Czeslaw Bartkowski – drums
Titles:
  1. Side 1:
    1. Rolling Stone 10:32
    2. The Iguana's Ritual - I'm A Fool to Want You 10:20
  2. Side 2:
    1. Appellation 11:55
    2. Green Sky 11:05
Side 1 and track 1 of side 2 recorded on June 8, 1975 at the Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
Track 2 of side 2 recorded on June 7, 1975 at Onkel Pö's, Hamburg, Germany
Released by Polydor (Germany) 2371618

Pork Pie
The Door Is Open

Pork Pie • The Door Is Open Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano & alto saxophones, flute, bamboo flute, nagaswaram
  • Philp Catherine – electric & acoustic guitars, banjo
  • Jasper van't Hof – acoustic & electric pianos, prepared organ
  • Bo Stief – bass
  • John Marshall – drums
Titles:
  1. Devil Toes (Philip Catherine) 5:31
  2. Zana (Charlie Mariano) 7:17
  3. Telisi Rama (Tyagaraja arranged by Charlie Mariano) 5:02
  4. He's Gone (Charlie Mariano) 2:25
  5. Simul Synchrone (Jasper van't Hof) 6:10
  6. Avoid the Year Of The Monkey (Charlie Mariano) 9:30
    • Part 1 3:50
    • Part 2 4:50
    • Fugaway (Jasper van't Hof) 0:50
  7. The Door Is Open (Jasper van't Hof) 6:25
Recorded July 29 - August 2, 1975 at Morgan Studio, Brussels
Produced by Achim Hebgen
Released 1976 by MPS (Germany) 68.038

Learn more about Pork Pie on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Philip Catherine, John Marshall, Bo Stief, Jasper van't Hof

Reviews
  • Heinrich Herlyn   for Jazz Podium 9/XXV, p. 38, September 1976

Philip Catherine
Guitars

Guitars Personnel:
  • Philp Catherine – electric & acoustic guitars, classical guitar, banjo, electric bass, piano, tarang, 12–string guitar
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano & alto saxophones
  • Jasper van't Hof – piano
  • John Lee – bass
  • Gerry Brown – drums
  • Rob Franken – string ensemble
Titles:
  1. We'll Find A Way (John Lee) 5:04
  2. Five Thousand Policemen 1:58
  3. Sneezing Bull 7:05
  4. Rene Thomas 4:43
  5. Moss And Weeds 7:10
  6. Homecomings 6:33
  7. Charlotte (Charlie Mariano) 5:30
  8. Noburl 5:30
  9. Isabelle 5:30
All composed by Philp Catherine except indicated otherwise

Recorded by Alan Ward assisited by Philippe Delire at Morgan Studios, Brussels, Belgium, except track #1 recorded by Emile Elsen at Dureco Studio, Holland, The Netherlands, and track #6 recorded by Paul Leponce at Leponce Studio, Brussels, Belgium; mixed at Morgan Studios, August/September 1975
Produced by Marc Moulin; executive producer: Bernard de Bosson
Released by Atlantic Recording Corporation (?) K50193

Learn more about Philip Catherine on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Philip Catherine, Jasper van't Hof

Eberhard Weber
Yellow Fields

Eberhard Weber • Yellow Fields Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, shenai, nagaswaram
  • Rainer Brüninghaus – keyboards
  • Eberhard Weber – bass
  • Jon Christensen – drums
Titles:
  1. Touch 4:58
  2. Sand-Glass 15:40
  3. Yellow Fields 10:05
  4. Left Lane 13:35
All compositions by Eberhard Weber

Recorded by Martin Wieland in September 1975 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Produced by ECM
Released 1976 by ECM (Germany) 1066

Learn more about Eberhard Weber on the Bands & Leaders page

Reviews
  • Matthias Inhoffen   for Stereoplay 06/1992 (German)
  • Ralph Quinke   for Sounds, pages 1151-1152 (German)

Embryo
Bad Heads And Bad Cats

EMBRYO • Bad Heads And Bad Cats Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone, flute
  • Edgar Hofmann – soprano saxophone, flute
  • Dieter Miekautsch – piano, keyboards
  • Roman Bunka – guitar, vocals
  • Uve Müllrich – bass
  • Christian Burchard – drums, vibes, marimba, voc
  • Maria Archer – percussion, vocals
Titles:
  • Nina Kupenda 12:06
  • After The Rain 6:14
Charlie Mariano on two tracks only

All tracks composed by: Roman Bunka, Christian Burchard. Dieter Miekautsch, Uve Müllrich

Recorded in Autumn 1975 at Dierks Studio, Ascona, Switzerland
Produced by Embryo and Othmar Schreckeneder
Produced for CD release by Jordi Soley
Released on LP 1976 by April Records (Germany) 0005
Reissued on CD 1999 by Diskonforme (Germany) sl Disc 1032CD (one bonus track)

Learn more about Embryo on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Embryo

Reviews
  • Johannes Anders   for Jazz Podium, 4/77, p. 34 (German)
  • Manfred Gillig   for Sounds, p. 1342 (German)

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