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Various
January  The United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Live im Schützenhaus
Jan|Mar|Sep  Various Artists: NDR Jazzworkshop '77
Spring  Bob Thiele: The Mysterious Flying Orchestra
May  Mike Nock: Magic Mansions
October  Charlie Mariano: October
November  Eberhard Weber: Silent Feet

The United Jazz + Rock Ensemble
Live im Schützenhaus

The United Jazz + Rock Ensemble • Live im Schützenhaus Personnel:
  • Barbara Thompson – flute, soprano & tenor saxophones
  • Ian Carr – trumpet
  • Wolfgang Dauner – piano, clavinet, synthesizer
  • Jon Hiseman – drums
  • Volker Kriegel – guitar
  • Albert Mangelsdorff – trombone
  • Charlie Mariano – nagaswaram, soprano & alto saxophones
  • Ack van Rooyen – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Eberhard Weber – bass
Titles:
  1. Circus Gambet (Volker Kriegel) 6:01
  2. Hey Day (Ian Carr) 7:40
  3. Steps Of M.C. Escher (Wolfgang Dauner) 8:39
  4. South Indian Line (Charlie Mariano) 7:18
  5. Hypnotic Pignose (Volker Kriegel) 4:28
  6. The Love That Cannot Speak It's Name (Wolfgang Dauner) 8:34
  7. Be-Bop Rock (Wolfgang Dauner) 5:13
Recorded live by Gibbs Platen & Christoph Wertz, January 7-9, 1977 at the Schützenhaus, Stuttgart-Heslach, Germany
Produced by the musicians
Released by Mood Records (Germany) 22.666

Learn more about the United Jazz + Rock Ensemble on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Ian Carr, Wolfgang Dauner, Jon Hiseman, Barbara Thompson, United Jazz + Rock Ensemble

Reviews
  • Thomas Fitterling   for Stereoplay 05/1988 (German)
  • W. Patrick Hinely   for Jazz Magazine, Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter 1979)
  • Hans-Peter Richter   for Sounds, pages 1499-1500

Bob Thiele
The Mysterious Flying Orchestra

Bob Thiele • The Mysterious Flying Orchestra Personnel:
  • Bob Thiele – conductor, percussion
  • ok
  • Jon Faddis – trumpet
  • ok
  • Lew Soloff – trumpet
  • ok
  • Victor Paz – flugelhorn
  • Burt Collins – flugelhorn
  • Tony Studd – trombone
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone
  • Phil Bodner – tenor saxophone
  • Eddie Daniels – tenor saxophone
  • Steve Marcus – tenor saxophone
  • ok
  • Bob Mintzer – tenor saxophone
  • Babe Clark – baritone saxophone
  • Donald Smith – flute
  • Don Grolnick – electric piano
  • ok
  • Lonnie Liston Smith – electric piano
  • ok
  • Pat Rebillot – electric piano
  • Larry Coryell – electric guitar
  • ok
  • Jerry Friedman – electric guitar
  • ok
  • Richard Resnicoff – electric guitar
  • Gene Bertoncini – guitar
  • Wilbur Bascomb – electric bass
  • ok
  • Wilby Fletcher – drums
  • ok
  • Charles Collins – drums
  • ok
  • Andy Newmark – drums
  • Lawrence Killian – congas
  • ok
  • George Devens – vibraphone, percussion
  • Guilherme Franco – percussion
  • ok
  • Horace Ott – arranger
  • ok
  • string section
    • Gene Orloff, W. Stanford Allen, Noel DaCosta, Julien Barber, Max Ellen, Selwart Clarke, Joseph Malignaggi, Harry Lookofsky, Doreen Callendar – violin
    • ok
    • Al Brown – viola
    • ok
    • Kermit Moore, Ronald DeVaughn – cello
    • ok
Titles:
  1. A1: Improvisational Rondo for Saxophone and Guitar (Horace Ott) 7:06
  2. A2: Shadows (Lonnie Liston Smith) 7:04
  3. A3: A Dream Deferred (Bob Thiele, Glenn Osser) 5:24
  4. B1: Summer Days (Lonnie Liston Smith) 5:20
  5. B2: There Once Was a Man Named John (Bob Thiele, George David Weiss) 5:24
  6. B3: Nice 'n' Spicy (Horace Ott) 6:31

Personnel:
  • Bob Thiele – conductor
  • Teresa Brewer – vocals
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone
  • Phil Bodner – english horn
  • Don Grolnick – electric piano
  • Wilber Bascomb – electric bass
  • Lawrence Killian – congas
  • Guilherme Franco – percussion
  • Gloria Agostini – harp
  • string section
    • Michael Spivakovsky, Cal Fleisig – cello
    • Alan Shulman, Jesse Levy – viola
    • Gene Orloff, Max Cahn, Harry Lookofsky, Julie Held, Emanuel Green, Sylvan Shulman, Joseph Malignaggi – violin
Titles:
  1. There Once Was A Man Named John
Recorded in Spring 1977 in New York City, NY, USA
Released 1978 by RCA (USA) APL 1-2137

Learn more about Bob Thiele on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Gene Bertoncini, Eddie Daniels, Jon Faddis, Guilherme Franco, Don Grolnick, Lew Soloff, Tony Studd, Bob Thiele

Mike Nock
Magic Mansions

Mike Nock • Magic Mansions Personnel:
  • Lyn Williamson – vocals
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, flutes
  • Mike Nock – piano, keyboards
  • Ron McClure – guitar, bass
  • Al Foster – drums
  • Nacho Mena – percussion
Titles:
  1. A1: Magic Mansions 6:29
  2. A2: Twister 6:12
  3. A3: Enchanted Garden 5:22
  4. A4: Hybris 3:45
  5. B1: Blackout 7:24
  6. B2: Everglad 7:05
  7. B3: Mambucaba 7:35
Recorded May 3+4, 1977 in New York City, NY, USA
Released by LAURIE (USA) LES 6001

Learn more about Mike Nock on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Ron McClure, Mike Nock

q.v. Mike Nock Trio feat. Charlie Mariano at Sweet Basil
Concert review by John S. Wilson for The New York Times from the same year.

Live Reviews

Various Artists
NDR Jazzworkshop '77

NDR Jazzworkshop '77 Personnel:
  • Tracks 1-3: The Buddy Rich Orchestra
    • David Stahl – trumpet
    • Dean Pratt – trumpet
    • Ross Konikoff – trumpet
    • John Marshall – trumpet
    • Richard Stepton – trombone
    • Clinton Sharmann – trombone
    • David Boyle – trombone
    • Alan Gauvin – alto saxophone
    • Dean Paul Palanzo – alto saxophone
    • Steven Marcus – tenor saxophone
    • Robert Mintzer – tenor saxophone
    • Turk Mauro – baritone saxophone
    • Barry Kiener – piano
    • Josh Rich – guitar
    • Thomas Warrington – bass
    • Buddy Rich – drums

  • Tracks 4 + 5: Philip Catherine Workshop Quartet
    • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, nagaswaram
    • Philip Catherine – guitar
    • Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen – bass
    • Nippy Noya – percussion

  • Track 6: The United Jazz + Rock Ensemble
    • Ian Carr – trumpet
    • Ack van Royen – fluegelhorn
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • Barbara Thompson – tenor saxophone
    • Albert Mangelsdorff – trombone
    • Volker Kriegel – guitar
    • Wolfgang Dauner – piano
    • Eberhard Weber – bass
    • Jon Hiseman – drums
Titles:
    1. A1: Time Out (Don Menza)
    2. A2: 'Round Midnight (Monk, Williams, Hanighen)
    3. A3: Senator Sam (Ernie Wilkins)
    4. B1: India (Charlie Mariano)
    5. B2: Les sept boules de crystal (Philip Catherine)
    6. B3: Bebop Rock (Wolfgang Dauner)
Tracks 1 - 3 recorded March 5, 1977, Hamburg, Germany
Tracks 4 + 5 recorded January 15, 1977, Hamburg, Germany
Track 6 recorded September 14, 1977, Hamburg, Germany
Engineer: Werner Münchmeyer
Produced by Michael Naura
Released by NDR (Germany) 0666 864

Websites: Philip Catherine, Wolfgang Dauner, Nippy Noya

Charlie Mariano
October

Charlie Mariano • October Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones, flute, nagaswaram
  • Rainer Brüninghaus – acoustic & electric pianos, synthesizer
  • Barre Phillips – acoustic bass
  • Hansgeorg Meuser – electric bass
  • Udo Dahmen – drums, percussion
  • Trilok Gurtu – tabla, percussion, drums (7)
Titles:
  1. Aszù (Rainer Brüninghaus) 8:06
  2. Nagaswarup (Charlie Mariano) 7:47
  3. Earth (Rainer Brüninghaus) 2:47
  4. Out of the Jungle (Udo Dahmen) 4:16
  5. To an Elfin Princess (Charlie Mariano) 7:24
  6. 7 Up (Hansgeorg Meuser) 5:27
  7. Back of J. (Barre Phillips) 2:55
  8. Down the Kaveri (Charlie Mariano) 4:45
Recorded October 5-7, 1977 at Cornet Studios, Cologne, Germany
Mixed October 19-21, 1977 by Wolfgang Hirschmann at Cornet Studios, Cologne, Germany
Produced by Kurt Renker, supervised by Vera Brandes Released by Contemp (Germany) 2 Stereo | Inner City 1024

Websites: Udo Dahmen, Trilok Gurtu, Hansgeorg Meuser

Reviews
  • Robert Henschen   for Jazz Magazine, Volume 2, Number 4 (Summer 1978)

Eberhard Weber
Silent Feet

Eberhard Weber • Silent Feet Personnel:
  • Eberhard Weber – bass
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, flutes
  • Rainer Brüninghaus – piano, synthesizer
  • John Marshall – drums
Titles:
  1. Seriously Deep 17:47
  2. Silent Feet 12:11
  3. Eyes That Can See In The Dark 12:19
All compositions by Eberhard Weber

Recorded by Martin Wieland in November 1977 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Produced by Manfred Eicher
Released 1978 by ECM (Germany) 1107 | 2301 107

Learn more about Eberhard Weber on the Bands & Leaders page

Reviews
  • W. Patrick Hinely   for Jazz Magazine, Volume 3, Number 1 (Fall 1978)

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