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Charlie Mariano & Stephan Diez: Friends
June  P. Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination & Brass: Friends And Silhouettes
July  Konstantin Wecker: Classics
July|Sept  Charlie Mariano & Jasper van't Hof: Innuendo
August  Charlie Mariano & Mal Waldon Trio: Autumn Dreams
The Int. Commission For The Prevention Of Musical Border Control
Udo Sailer: Salierzyklus
Sema & Taksim: Istanbul'u Dinliyorum
1991-2001  European Jazz Ensemble: 30 years on the road

Charlie Mariano & Stephan Diez
Friends

Charlie Mariano & Stephan Diez • Friends
Intersound ISCD 121
 
Saxophone Melodies
Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones
  • Stephan Diez – guitar, keyboards
  • Jo Barnickel – keyboards
  • Elmar Schmidt – drums
  • Freddie Santiago – percussion
Titles:
  1. I've Got Too Much (John Epping) 3:18
  2. Ponta Verde (Frank Akrya) 3:19
  3. Ticket To Heaven (John Epping) 3:06
  4. Pacific Nights (Stephan Diez) 3:10
  5. Late Night Thoughts (Christoph W. Narholz) 3:28
  6. Laba Laba (Charlie Mariano) 2:43
  7. Friends (Mac Prindy) 2:44
  8. Geezer Street (Charlie Mariano) 2:59
  9. Take Me Away (Mike Sunderland) 3:24
  10. March and April (Charlie Mariano) 3:33
  11. Boundless Love (Mac Prindy) 3:27
  12. Most Likely (Frank Akrya) 3:00
  13. Good Times (Mac Prindy) 3:03
  14. Cat Nap (Frank Akrya) 3:07
Recorded 1991 at G. Moll Tonstudio, Unterschleissheim, Germany
Released by Intersound (Germany) ISCD 121 [LC 04421]
Reissued for MP3 download as "Saxophone Melodies"

Learn more about Stephan Diez on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Freddie Santiago

Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination & Brass
Friends And Silhouettes

Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination & Brass • Friends And Silhouettes Personnel:
  • Peter Herbolzheimer – conductor
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Jan Oosthof – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Andreas Haderer – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Ack van Rooyen – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Till Brönner – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Bart van Lier – trombone
  • Marc Godfroid – trombone
  • Dan Gottshall – trombone
  • Eric van Lier – trombone
  • Karl Drewo – alto saxophone
  • Klaus-Peter Graf – alto saxophone
  • James Towsey – tenor saxophone
  • John Ruocco – tenor saxophone
  • Heinz von Herman – tenor saxophone
  • Steffen Schorn – baritone saxophone
  • Jörg Reiter – piano
  • Peter Tiehuis – guitar
  • Thomas Stabenow – bass
  • Bruno Castellucci – drums
  • Roland Peil – percussion
Titles:
  1. Mountain Dance (Dave Grusin) 5:50
  2. Noname Samba (Peter Herbolzheimer) 7:32
  3. Et Altena Pars (Thomas Stabenow) 5:59
  4. H&H (Pat Metheny) 5:13
  5. Dorothee (Charlie Mariano) 3:12
  6. Silhouette (Peter Herbolzheimer) 5:54
  7. Ballad for a Friend (Peter Herbolzheimer) 8:57
  8. Plum Island (Charloe Mariano) 5:03
  9. The Search (David Friedman) 9:36
  10. Parknorama (Rob Pronk) 4:30
  11. Girl Talk (Neal Hefti) 4:45
Recorded: June 14+15, 1991 at Studio N, Cologne, Germany
Released by Koala Records (Germany) P 25

Learn more about Peter Herbolzheimer on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Till Brönner, Bruno Castellucci, Klaus-Peter Graf, Peter Herbolzheimer, Jan Oosthof, Jörg Reiter, John Ruocco, Steffen Schorn, Thomas Stabenow, Bart van Lier, Eric van Lier, Ack van Rooyen, Heinz von Herman

Konstantin Wecker
Classics

Konstantin Wecker • Classics Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    (Disk 1: 1, 11; Disk 2: 9, 13, 14)
  • Konstantin Wecker – piano, vocals
  • Jörg Reiter – piano, keyboards
  • Peter Tiehuis – electric guitar
  • Norbert Meyer – electric bass
  • Wolfgang Haffner – drums
  • Peter Herbolzheimer – conductor of Münchner Rundfunkorchester
  • Janos Maté, Mihnea Evian – violins
  • Norbert Merkl – viola
  • Gottfried Greiner – cello
  • Richard Steuart – trumpet
  • Hans-Joachim Sordel – accordion, tuba
  • Hans-Joachim Willrich – conductor of Münchner Konzertchor
Titles:
  • Disk 1
    1. San koane Geign da
    2. Genug ist nicht genug
    3. Frieden im Land
    4. Bleib nicht liegen
    5. Ich liebe diese Hure
    6. Hexeneinmaleins
    7. Nur dafür laßt uns leben
    8. Lento
    9. Allegretto
    10. Im Namen des Wahnsinns
    11. Einen braucht der Mensch zum Treten
    12. Endlich wieder unten
    13. Liebesflug
    14. Hans Thema
    15. Die weiße Rose

  • Disk 2
    1. Kir Royal
    2. Wieder eine Nacht allein
    3. Das wird eine schöne Zeit
    4. D' Zigeiner san kumma
    5. Und das soll dann alles gewesen sein
    6. Schabernack
    7. Kyrie
    8. Der Herr Richter
    9. Vom Herzen
    10. Stilles Glück, trautes Heim
    11. Prost Deutschland
    12. Das macht mir Mut
    13. Irgendwann
    14. Wieder Sperrstund im Kaffee
Recorded: July 1991 at Arco Studios, Munich, Germany
Released by Global Musicon (Germany) 354341 CD

Learn more about Konstantin Wecker on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Konstantin Wecker

Charlie Mariano & Jasper van't Hof
Innuendo

Charlie Mariano & Jasper van't Hof • Innuendo Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones
  • Jasper van't Hof – piano, synthesizers
  • Marilyn Mazur – drums & percussion
Titles:
  1. Innuendo (Jasper van't Hof) 5:38
  2. Innamorta (Charlie Mariano) 7:46
  3. Side Dish (Jasper van't Hof) 7:29
  4. Dorothee (Charlie Mariano) 3:45
  5. Trio To Do (Charlie Mariano, Jasper van't Hof) 4:19
  6. Silk (Charlie Mariano) 6:02
  7. Embrace (Jasper van't Hof) 7:41
  8. Be Left (Jasper van't Hof) 7:20
Recorded: July & September 1991 at Hansahaus Studios, Bonn, Germany
Mixed in October 1991 at Hansahaus Studios, Bonn, Germany
Engineer: Klaus Genuit
Producer: Joachim Becker for Lipstick Records
Executive Producer: Joachim Becker
Released by Lipstick Records (Germany) LIP 89008

Learn more about Jasper van't Hof on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Marilyn Mazur, Jasper van't Hof

Charlie Mariano & Mal Waldon Trio
Autumn Dreams

Charlie Mariano & Mal Waldon Trio • Autumn Dreams Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Mal Waldron – piano
  • Paulo Cardoso – bass
  • John Betsch – drums
Titles:
  1. Floating Cherry Blossoms (Mal Waldron)
  2. Greensleeves (traditional)
  3. Cry Me A River (A. Hamilton)
  4. Early Autumn (R. Burna)
  5. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise (S. Romberg)
  6. Autumn Dreams (Mal Waldron)
  7. Randy (Charlie Mariano)
  8. Autumn Leaves (J. Kosma)
  9. 'Tis Autumn (H. Nema)
  10. The Thrill Is Gone (R. Henderson)
Recorded August 7-9, 1991 at Trixi Tonstudio, Munich, Germany
Released by Alfa Jazz, Japan, ALCR 142 CD
Reissued 2003 by Pony Canyon (Japan) 30235

Learn more about Mal Waldron on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Paulo Cardoso

The International Commission For The Prevention Of Musical Border Control

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Udo Sailer
Salierzyklus

Udo Sailer • Salierzyklus Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano & alto saxophones
  • Wolfram Seifert – guitar
  • Udo Sailer – keyboards
  • Dieter Ilg – bass
  • Peter Weiner – drums
Titles:
  1. Puctum Cum Puncto
    Die Speyer Schenkung Konrads des Roten
  2. Musica Humana
    Konrads Heirat mit Luitgard
  3. Imperator Romanorum:
    A. Te Gloriosus Apostolorum Praedicat
    B. Te Deum Laudamus

  4. C. Gloria In Excelsis Deo
    Die Kaiserkrönung Konrads III.
  5. Caccia
    Heinrich III. umwirbt Beatrix von Tuszien
  6. Motus
    Die Entführung Heinrichs IV.
  7. Musica Mundana
    Der 1. Kreuzzug
  8. Requiescant In Pace
    Der Tod des letzten Saliers Heinrich V.
Composed and arranged by Udo Sailer

Recorded and mixed 1991 by Rainer Diezinger at face music Studios, Reitlingen, Germany
Produced by DMS-Productions
Released 1992 by DMS-Productions (Germany)

Learn more about Udo Sailer on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Dieter Ilg, Udo Sailer, Peter Weiner

Sema & Taksim: Istanbul'u Dinliyorum

Recorded 1990 and 19911990


European Jazz Ensemble
30 years on the road

European Jazz Ensemble • 30 years on the road
Konnex KDVD 6002
 
European Jazz Ensemble • 30 years on the road
Titles & Personnel:
  1. Blau Blusen 5:54
    (Conny Bauer | arranged by Ali Haurand)
    • Stan Sulzmann – reeds
    • Gerd Dudek – reeds
    • Jiri Stivin – reeds
    • Alan Skidmore – reeds
    • Charlie Mariano – reeds
    • Jarmo Hoogendijk – brass
    • Allan Botschinsky – brass
    • Paolo Fresu – brass
    • Conrad Bauer – brass
    • Joachim Kühn – piano
    • Ali Haurand – bass
    • Tony Levin – drums

  2. Brother Joe 12:29
    (Ali Haurand | arranged by Manfred Honetschläger)
    • Stan Sulzmann – reeds
    • Gerd Dudek – reeds
    • Jiri Stivin – reeds
    • Alan Skidmore – reeds
    • Charlie Mariano – reeds
    • Jarmo Hoogendijk – brass
    • Allan Botschinsky – brass
    • Paolo Fresu – brass
    • Conrad Bauer – brass
    • Rob van den Broeck – piano
    • Adelhard Roidinger – bass
    • Ali Haurand – bass
    • Tony Levin – drums

  3. Fellini 8:05
    (composed & arranged by Paolo Fresu)
    • Jiri Stivin
    • Charlie Mariano
    • Paolo Fresu
    • Rob van den Broeck
    • Adelhard Roidinger
    • Tony Levin

  4. Ballad for W.L. 7:21
    (composed & arranged by Jiri Stivin)
    • Jiri Stivin
    • Allan Botschinsky
    • Rob van den Broeck
    • Ali Haurand
    • Tony Levin

  5. Blau Blusen II 9:03
    (Conny Bauer | arranged by Ali Haurand)
    • Jiri Stivin
    • Allan Botschinsky
    • Stan Sulzmann
    • Jarmo Hoogendijk
    • Gerd Dudek
    • Rob van den Broeck
    • Ali Haurand
    • Tony Levin

  6. Yagaprija 9:02
    (R.A. Ramamani)
    • Charlie Mariano
    • Ali Haurand
    • Daniel Humair

  7. No More Chains 10:02
    (Ali Haurand)
    • Charlie Mariano
    • Ali Haurand
    • Daniel Humair

  8. Telisi Rama 7:27
    (Tyagaraja | arranged by Bill Holman)
    • Stan Sulzmann – reeds
    • Gerd Dudek – reeds
    • Ernst Ludwig Petrowsky – reeds
    • Charlie Mariano – reeds
    • Tony Lakatos – reeds
    • Jiri Stivin – reeds
    • Rolf Kühn – reeds
    • Thomas Heberer – brass
    • Allan Botschinsky – brass
    • Jarmo Hoogendijk – brass
    • Enrico Rava – brass
    • Manfred Schoof – brass
    • Conrad Bauer – brass
    • Joachim Kühn – piano
    • Ali Haurand – bass
    • Daniel Humair – drums

  9. The Meaning of the Blues 9:02
    (Leah Worth, Bobby Troup)
    • Gerd Dudek
    • Stan Sulzmann
    • Rob van den Broeck
    • Ali Haurand
    • Tony Levin

  10. Pulque 11:20
    (Ali Haurand | arranged by Peter Herbolzheimer)
    • Stan Sulzmann – reeds
    • Gerd Dudek – reeds
    • Ernst Ludwig Petrowsky – reeds
    • Charlie Mariano – reeds
    • Tony Lakatos – reeds
    • Jiri Stivin – reeds
    • Rolf Kühn – reeds
    • Thomas Heberer – brass
    • Allan Botschinsky – brass
    • Jarmo Hoogendijk – brass
    • Enrico Rava – brass
    • Manfred Schoof – brass
    • Conrad Bauer – brass
    • Joachim Kühn – piano
    • Rob van den Broeck – piano
    • Ali Haurand – bass
    • Daniel Humair – drums
    • Tony Levin – drums

  11. Wave 3:58
    (Ali Haurand)
    • Jiri Stivin –
    • Rob van den Broeck
    • Ali Haurand

  12. Horizontal Rain 6:08
    (Alan Skidmore)
    • Alan Skidmore
    • Gerd Dudek
    • Rob van den Broeck
    • Adelhard Roidinger
    • Tony Levin

  13. Duet 6:38
    (Joachim Kühn, Rob van den Broeck)
    • Joachim Kühn – piano
    • Rob van den Broeck – piano

  14. Three in One 12:54
    (composed & arranged Rob van den Broeck)
    • Stan Sulzmann – reeds
    • Gerd Dudek – reeds
    • Jiri Stivin – reeds
    • Alan Skidmore – reeds
    • Charlie Mariano – reeds
    • Jarmo Hoogendijk – brass
    • Allan Botschinsky – brass
    • Paolo Fresu – brass
    • Conrad Bauer – brass
    • Rob van den Broeck – piano
    • Adelhard Roidinger – bass
    • Ali Haurand – bass
    • Daniel Humair – drums
    • Tony Levin – drums
Tracks #1-3 & 14 recorded 2001
Tracks #4, 5, 8, 10 recorded 1996
Tracks #6 & 7 recorded 2000 at the 14th International Jazzfestival, Viersen, Germany
Track #9 recorded 1996 at the 10th International Jazzfestival, Viersen, Germany
Track #11 recorded 1995
Track #12 recorded 1999 at Zikkurat, Firmenich, Germany
Track #13 recorded 1991 in Cologne, Germany
Produced 2006 by Manfred Schiek for Konnex Records
Released 2006 by Konnex (Germany) KDVD 6002

Learn more about the European Jazz Ensemble on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Conrad Bauer, Allan Botschinsky, Gerd Dudek, Ali Haurand, Thomas Heberer, Jarmo Hoogendijk, Daniel Humair, Joachim Kühn, Rolf Kühn, Tony Lakatos, Tony Levin, Ernst Ludwig Petrowsky, Enrico Rava, Manfred Schoof, Jiri Stivin, Stan Sulzmann, Rob van den Broeck

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