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February  Charlie Mariano: Cascade
February  Charlie Mariano & KCP feat. R.A. Ramamani: Jyothi
July  George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band '83: Theatre
October  Various Artists: Leverkusener Jazztage '83
December  Jan Fryderyk: Two Concerts In Cologne
December  Fryderyk ~ Mariano ~ Alarcon: Trio

Charlie Mariano • Cascade

recorded March 9 & 19, 1974 and February 21, 1983 → 1974


Charlie Mariano & The Karnataka College of Percussion featuring R.A. Ramamani
Jyothi

Charlie Mariano & The Karnataka College of Percussion • Jyothi Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, flute
  • R.A. Ramamani – vocals, tamboura
  • T.A.S. Mani – mridangam
  • R.A. Rajagopal – ghatam, morsing, konakkol
  • T.N. Shashikumar – kanjira, konakkol
Titles:
  1. Voice solo 5:03
  2. Vandanam 7:48
  3. Varshini 8:30
  4. Saptarshi 6:46
  5. Kartik 11:08
  6. Bhajan 6:27
All compositions by R.A. Ramamani

Recorded February 1983 by Martin Wieland at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Produced by Manfred Eicher
Released by ECM (Germany) ECM 1256

Learn more about the Karnataka College of Percussion on the Bands & Leaders page

More recordings with KCP/Ramamani:
  • Live1989
  • Charlie Mariano's Bangalore1998
  • Sketches Of Bangalore2000
  • Many Ways2005

George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band '83
Theatre

George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band • Theatre Personnel:
  • Bill Pusey – trumpet, flugelhorn (lead)
  • Marcus Belgrave – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Tom Harrell – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Palle Mikkelborg – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Peter Gordon – french horn
  • Tom Varner – french horn
  • Dave Bargeron – trombone, euphonium
  • Julian Priester – trombone
  • David Taylor – bass trombone
  • Howard Johnson – tuba, bass clarinet, baritone saxophone
  • Ernst-Ludwig Petrowski – alto & soprano saxophones, clarinet
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones, flute
  • Seppo "Baron" Paallunainen – tenor saxophone, flutes
  • Dino Saluzzi – bandoneon
  • George Gruntz – keyboards
  • Mark Egan – bass
  • Bob Moses – drums
  • Sheila Jordan – vocals
Titles:
  1. El Chancho (Dino Saluzzi, arranged by George Gruntz) 15:18
  2. In The Tradition Of Swizerland (George Gruntz, based on Swiss Folk Song "s Guggisberg Lied") 9:18
  3. No One Can Explain It (George Gruntz, excerpt from Aria in "World Jazz Opera", lyrics by Amiri Baraka a.k.a. LeRoi Jones) 6:27
  4. The Holy Grail of Jazz and Joy (George Gruntz) 25:20
    • Queen Guinevere
    • Sir Galahad
    • King Arthur
    • Sir Kay
    • Prince Gahmuret
    • Merlin
    • Sir Gawain
Recorded July 1983 by Martin Wieland at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Produced by Manfred Eicher
Released on LP 1984 by ECM (Germany) ECM 1265 / 815 678-1

Learn more about George Gruntz on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Dave Bargeron, Marcus Belgrave, Mark Egan, George Gruntz, Tom Harrell, Howard Johnson, Sheila Jordan, Palle Mikkelborg, Ernst-Ludwig Petrowski, Julian Priester, Dino Saluzzi, David Taylor, Tom Varner

More recordings with George Gruntz:
  • Monster Sticksland Meeting Two1974
  • The Band1976

Various Artists
Leverkusener Jazztage '83

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Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones, flute
  • Jasper van't Hof – keyboards
Titles:
  1. Sleep, My Love (Charlie Mariano)
  2. Changes On My Mind
  3. Randy (Charlie Mariano)
  4. Pineau
  5. Crystal Bells (Charlie Mariano)
  6. One Day (Charlie Mariano)
  7. Scrabble
  8. unknown title
  9. Zana (Charlie Mariano)
Recorded live on October 9, 1983 at Bielert-Kirche, Opladen, Germany
Released by LUC DE HAAS MC LH 0910831

Websites: Jasper van't Hof

Jan Fryderyk
Two Concerts In Cologne

Jan Fryderyk • Two Concerts In Cologne
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Personnel:
  • Jan Fryderyk Dobrowolski – piano
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Alberto Alarcon – castanets
  • Kölner Rundfunkorchester
  • Per Dreier – conductor
Titles:
First concert: "Balladen und andere Gedanken"
  1. Sonnenaufgang im Frühling (B-dur) 3:13
  2. Krzesany (G-dur) 6:02
  3. Blumenwiese (Es-dur) 7:16
  4. Gutenachtkuss (f-moll) 8:25
  5. Morgentau / Poranna Rosa (Es-dur) 3:31
  6. Ich hatte dir so vieles zu sagen (a-moll) 7:56
  7. Was für ein dämliches Geschwätz (Es-dur) 4:40
  8. applause 0:58
Second concert: "Concerto per pionoforte estemporaneo e orchestra" (Paul Glass, J.F. Dobrowolski)
Die Entstehung unseres Sonnensystems:
  1. Teil 1: Die Zeit vor der Weltentstehung, ein planetarisches Konzept - Allegro 5:46
  2. Teil 2: Gedanken über die Schöpfung der Menschheit - Adagio Assai 8:41
  3. Teil 3: Die letzte Vorbereitung kurz vor dem Urknall / Das Finale endet mit dem Zeitpunkt Null - Presto 7:12
    Encores (solo piano):
  4. Saturno (b-moll) 3:39
  5. Mazurka für 12 Finger (a-moll) 2:13
  6. Spinnrad / Kolowrotek (C-dur) 1:11
  7. applause 0:23
Recorded live December 9, 1983 at Großer Sendesaal des WDR, Cologne, Germany
Released 1992

Learn more about Jan Fryderyk Dobrowolski on the Bands & Leaders page

Fryderyk ~ Mariano ~ Alarcon
Trio

Fryderyk ~ Mariano ~ Alarcon • Trio
CD reissue
Personnel:
  • Jan Fryderyk Dobrowolski – piano, compositions
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Alberto Alarcon – castanets
Titles:
  1. Mazur F-Major 4:02
  2. Berceuse Des-Major 8:58
  3. Nocturne B-Minor 9:21
  4. Barcarole C-Major 5:07
  5. Etude Des-Major 3:08
  6. Sunrise 7:07
  7. Waltz No. 17 6:24
Recorded live December 9, 1983 at Großer Sendesaal of WDR, Funkhaus, Cologne, Germany
Released on LP by Jazzline (Germany) JL 20 813
Reissued on CD by Delta Music GmbH (Germany) CD 11060

Notes: The first issue credits Juan Marin-Alarcon on castanets, the reissue credits Alberto Alarcon instead. Alberto Alarcon is the stage name of Juan Marin-Alarcon. Juan Marin-Alarcon had been used for the credits to the first release mistakenly. This error had been corrected on occasion of the reissue.

Learn more about Jan Fryderyk Dobrowolski on the Bands & Leaders page

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