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Chris Hinze: Senang
Pork Pie: Operanoïa
April  Aschaffenburger Jazzbigband: Bluesin' For A Cruisin'
April  Charlie Mariano Quartet: An American In Italy
Charlie Mariano & Milan Trio
June  European Jazz Ensemble: 20th Anniversary Tour
August  Euro American All Stars: Old Montmartre
December  Lica Cecato: Pele
December  Lica Cecato: Balan-Balancing, New Bossa
Antakarana: Tibetan Mantras & Divine Mixes

Chris Hinze
Senang

Chris Hinze • Senang Personnel:
  • Chris Hinze – flute, alto flute, bamboo flute, synthesizers, piano
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone
  • Tony Lakatos – tenor saxophone
  • Joachim Kühn – electric piano
  • Eric Vloeimans – lead trumpet
  • Saskia Laroo – muted trumpet
  • David Rothschild – trombone
  • Jesse van Ruller – guitar
  • Peter Tiehuis – guitar
  • Michel van Schie – bass
  • Arto Tuncboyaci – vocals, percussion
  • Hugh Kanza – African vocals
  • Claron McFadden – coloratura soprano
  • Bulgarian Voices 'Angelite' – vocals
  • The Tibetan Gyuto Monks – chanting
  • Gustav Klimt String Quartet
Titles:
  1. Senang 7:03
  2. Débridé 6:55
  3. 106 B.P.M. 8:27
  4. Angel 9:20
  5. The Queen And I 6:41
  6. Lucis 9:21
  7. Cobra 8:01
  8. Kamie-o-dé 6:49
  9. 132 B.P.M. 5:47
  10. Senang [radio version] 3:57
  11. 106 B.P.M. [radio version] 4:11
All composed by Chris Hinze

Recorded by Chris Hinze & Tom Holkenborg at the Azul Studio, Ibiza
Mastered & digitally edited by Paul Pouwer at the Willibrord Studio, Veenendaal, Holland
Produced by Chris Hinze
Released in 1996 by Keytone (Netherlands) KYT 794 CD

Learn more about Chris Hinze on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Michael Brecker, Bulgarian Voices, Gustav Klimt String Quartet, Chris Hinze, Joachim Kühn, Tony Lakatos, Saskia Laroo, Jesse van Ruller, Eric Vloeimans

Pork Pie
Operanoïa

Pork Pie • Operanoïa Personnel:
  • Pork Pie
    • Charlie Mariano – saxophones
    • Jasper van't Hof – acoustic piano & keyboards
    • Philip Catherine – guitars
  • Don Alias – percussion & drums
  • Nicolas Fiszman – acoustic bass guitar (4)
  • African choir on Merci Afrique (3)
    • Sylvie Nawagadio
    • Aline Bosuma
    • Tanga Rema
    • Barli Baruti
    • Viktor Kabwe
Titles:
  1. Arthur Rainbow (Philip Catherine) 5:07
  2. Hippie (Jasper van't Hof) 4:56
  3. Merci Afrique (Philip Catherine) 7:37
  4. Candy Lip (Charlie Mariano) 6:03
  5. Get Down (Jasper van't Hof) 6:16
  6. Ballade (Charlie Mariano) 4:59
  7. Lazy Day (Charlie Mariano) 7:31
  8. Operanoïa (Philip Catherine) 6:17
  9. Zulu Stomp (Don Alias) 4:51
  10. The Quiet American (Jasper van't Hof) 2:42
Recorded and mixed by Djoum at I.C.P. Studio, Brussels, Belgium
Mastered by Alan "Motty" Ward at Electric City, Brussels
Produced by Nicolas Fiszman
Released in 1996 by Intuition (Germany) INT 3158 2

Learn more about Pork Pie on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Don Alias, Philip Catherine, Nicolas Fiszman

Reviews

Aschaffenburger Jazzbigband
Bluesin' For A Cruisin'

Aschaffenburger Jazzbigband • Bluesin' For A Cruisin'
Personnel:
  • Big Band Personnel
    • Matthias Schmidt – trumpet
    • Eckhard Schäfer – trumpet
    • Clemens Holzapfel – trumpet
    • Dominik Loh – trumpet
    • Martin Däsch – trombone
    • Stefan Funk – trombone
    • Stefan Hein – trombone
    • Ansgar Vöringer – trombone
    • Harald Kullmann – bass trombone
    • Peter Linhart – tenor saxophone, conductor
    • Markus Lihocky – alto saxophone
    • Joachim Fehl – alto saxophone
    • Wolfram Endemann – tenor & soprano saxophones, flute
    • Wolfgang Hussy – tenor saxophone
    • Peter Imhof – baritone saxophone
    • Michael Heß – guitar
    • Harald Kern – piano
    • Robert Oursin – bass
    • Jan Wilk – drums
    • Piesba Supertino – percussion

  • Special Guests
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • Hans–Peter Salentin – trumpet

Titles:
  1. Cruisin' For A Bluesin' (Andy Weiner, arr. by Peter Blair) 8:20
  2. Odie (Peter F. Linhart) 7:41
  3. Cabeza De Carne (Matt Harris) 5:23
  4. The Tunnel (Bob Mintzer) 5:09
  5. One For Greg (Hans-Peter Salentin, arr. by F. Reinshagen) 5:51
  6. Plum Island (Charlie Mariano, arr. by Peter Herbolzheimer) 5:45
  7. Peppermintz (Peter F. Linhart) 3:35
  8. Dear Claudio (Hans-Peter Salentin, arr. by C. Schulz) 5:42
  9. Hip Cat Blues (Peter F. Linhart) 7:33
Charlie Mariano is featured as a soloist on tracks 2, 5 & 6

Recorded by Andy Balaskas April 11 & 13, 1996 at Stadttheater Aschaffenburg, Germany
Produced by Andy Balaskas
Released by LC 05422 (Germany)

Learn more about the Aschaffenburger Jazzbigband on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Stefan Funk, Markus Lihocky, Peter Linhart, Hans-Peter Salentin

Reviews

Charlie Mariano Quartet
An American In Italy

Charlie Mariano Quartet • An American In Italy
Timeless SJP443
 
Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – saxophones
  • Andrea Pozza – piano
  • Ares Tavolazzi – bass
  • Fabio Grandi – drums
Titles:
  1. Autumn in Rome (Sammy Cahn, Alessa Cicognini, Paul Westom) 6:20
  2. Sinfonia No. 5 (Gustav Mahler) 5:50
  3. La Ragazza di Bube (Carlo Rusticelli) 6:20
  4. Il Ferroviere (Carlo Rusticelli) 6:45
  5. Gelsomina (Nino Rota) 5:47
  6. Summertime In Venice (Alessa Cigognini, Guiseppe Perotti) 6:10
  7. Sinnò Me Moro (Carlo Rusticelli) 5:05
  8. l'Onuri Di l'Ascaluni (Carlo Rusticelli) 5:00
  9. Adagio For Oboe Concerto In C Minor (Alessandro Marcello) 6:50
  10. More (Mino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani) 6:05
Recorded April 29+30, 1996 by Paolo Falascone at Mu Rec Studio, Milano, Italy
Produced by Makoto Kimata
Released by Timeless Records (The Netherlands) SJP443
Reissued 2001 by Meldac (Japan) MECJ-2013 entitled "Charlie Mariano & Milan Trio • Summertime in Venice"

Websites: Andrea Pozza

Charlie Mariano & Milan Trio
Summertime in Venice

Charlie Mariano & Milan Trio • Summertime in Venice
Meldac MECJ-30103
 
Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – saxophones
  • Andrea Pozza – piano
  • Ares Tavolazzi – bass
  • Fabio Grandi – drums
Titles:
  1. More (Mino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani) 6:05
  2. Adagio From Oboe Concerto In C Minor (Alessandro Marcello) 6:50
  3. l'Onuri Di l'Ascaluni (Carlo Rusticelli, Anjonno Nicotra) 5:00
  4. Summertime In Venice (Alessa Cigognini, Guiseppe Perotti) 6:12
  5. Autumn In Rome (Sammy Cahn, Alessa Cicognini, Paul Westom) 6:20
  6. You And You Alone (Nino Rota, Michele Galdier, Paul Weston) 5:48
  7. La Ragazza Di Bube (Carlo Rusticelli) 6:20
  8. Sinnò Me Moro (Carlo Rusticelli, Pietro Germi) 5:06
  9. Adagietto Della 5A Smyphonia "Morte A Venezia" (Gustav Mahler) 5:52
Recorded April 29+30, 1996 by Paolo Falascone at Mu Rec Studio, Milano, Italy
Produced by Makoto Kimata
Released 2001 by Meldac (Japan) MECJ-30103

Websites: Andrea Pozza

European Jazz Ensemble
20th Anniversary Tour

European Jazz Ensemble • 20th Anniversary Tour Personnel:
  • Ernst Ludwig Petrowsky – flute, alto saxophone
  • Stan Sulzmann – flute, alto & tenor saxophones
  • Gerd Dudek – flute, soprano & tenor saxophones
  • Jarmo Hoogendijk – trumpet
  • Allan Botschinsky – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Thomas Heberer – trombone
  • Rob van den Broeck – piano
  • Ali Haurand – bass
  • Tony Levin – drums
  • Guests
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • Joachim Kühn – piano
    • Enrico Rava – trumpet
    • Conrad Bauer – trombone
    • Jiri Stivin – flute, bass clarinet, alto & baritone saxophones
    • Manfred Schoof – trumpet, flugelhorn
    • Daniel Humair – drums
    • Tony Lakatos – flute, tenor saxophone
    • Rolf Kühn – clarinet
Titles:
  1. Para (composed & arranged by Joachim Kühn) 28:04
  2. Telisi Rama (composed by Tyagaraja, arranged by Bill Holman) 9:52
  3. The Double Rainbow Over Heeper Street (composed & arranged by Klaus König) 10:11
  4. Pulque (composed by Ali Haurand, arranged by Peter Herbolzheimer) 11:26
  5. Introduction of the musicians (by Karsten Mützelfeld) 3:41
Recorded June 28, 1996 by Hans Vieren & Wolfgang Müller at Freilichtbühne Burg Wilhelmstein, Germany
Released in 1997 by Konnex (Germany) KCD 5078

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

Euro American All Stars
Old Montmartre

Dream Sessions '97

Old Montmartre Personnel:
  • Art Farmer – trumpet
  • Johnny Griffin – tenor saxophone
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Horace Parlan – piano
  • Mads Vinding – bass
  • Ed Thigpen – drums
Titles:
  1. Ascenseur pour l'echafaud (Miles Davis) 7:48
  2. Dear Old Stockholm (trad.) 6:13
  3. Blues De Memphis (Alain Goraguer) 6:46
  4. Hush-A-Bye (Sammy Fain) 5:39
  5. Wanna Be (Ed Thigpen) 7:14
  6. The Summer Knows (Michel Legrand) 6:31
  7. Manha De Carnaval (Luiz Bonfa) 5:53
  8. Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael) 6:47
  9. Old Montmartre (Ed Thigpen) 6:14
Special Edition by SwingJournal, Tokyo, Japan
Recorded August 16 & 17, 1996 by Henric Lund at Easy Sound Recording, Copenhagen, Denmark
Produced by Makoto Kimata
Released in 1997 by Meldac (Japan) MECJ30021

Websites: Art Farmer, Johnny Griffin, Horace Parlan, Ed Thigpen, Mads Vinding

Lica Cecato
Pele

Lica Cecato: Pele Personnel:
  • Lica Cecato – vocals
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Paul Shigihara – guitar
  • Paulo Bellinatti – guitar
  • Hubert Nuss – piano
  • John Goldsby – bass
  • Jeff Hamilton – drums
Titles:
  1. Sete Mil Vezes (Caetano Veloso) 6:20
  2. Né? (Lica Cecato) 6:01
  3. Carmen Miranda no Frevo (Lica Cecato) 3:41
  4. Sabiá (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Chico Buarque de Hollanda) 5:33
  5. Meditação (Gilberto Gil, Japanese lyrics by Lica Cecato) 4:57
  6. Cinema de Cowboy (Lica Cecato) 4:29
  7. De manhã (Caetano Veloso, Japanese lyrics Lica Cecato) 4:33
  8. Chovendo na Roseira (Antonio Carlos Jobim) 3:00
  9. Amor Adolescente (Lica Cecato) 5:41
  10. Pele (Lica Cecato) 4:00
  11. Donizetti (Lica Cecato) 2:24
  12. Melodia Sentimental (H.Villa-Lobos, Dora Vasconcellos) 6:20
  13. Chorinnho Colonial (Mike Herting, Lica Cecato) 3:31
  14. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth, Baldoman) 3:55
  15. JapanRap (Lica Cecato, Haroldo de Campos) 6:30
Recorded December 10, 1996 by Reinhard Kobialka at Topaz Studio, Cologne, Germany
Mixed by Reinhard Kobialka & Paul Shigihara
Produced by Antonio Dias & Lica Cecato
Track #15: JapanRap was recorded at Deutsche Welle Studio, in 1994, produced by Mahi Ismail
First release in 2001 by Mix House/Ouver
Re-released by Art Music/Sony, 2003. Art / Sony (241-111)

Websites: Lica Cecato

Lica Cecato
Balan-Balancing, New Bossa

Lica Cecato: Balan-Balancing, New Bossa Personnel:
  • Tracks #1, 4-6, 8, 10, 12
    • Lica Cecato – vocals
    • Charlie Mariano – soprano & alto saxophones
    • Paulo Bellinati – guitar
    • Paul Shigihara – guitar, guitar synthesizer
    • Hubert Nuss – piano
    • John Goldsby – bass
    • Jeff Hamilton – drums

  • Tracks #2, 3, 7, 9, 11
    • Lica Cecato – vocals
    • Romero Lubambo – guitar, guitar synthesizer
    • Arthur Maia – bass, cajon
    • Carlos 'Bala' Gomes – drums
    • background vocals
      • Junior Aguiar
      • Eduardo Fusco
      • Pedro Werneck
      • Julia Werneck
      • Romero Lubambo
Titles:
  1. Né? (Lica Cecato) 6:01
  2. Boa Noite (Djavan Caetano Viana) 6:10
  3. Café (Egberto Gismonti, Norma Winstone) 3:40
  4. Amor Adolescente (Lica Cecato) 5:39
  5. Sete Mil Vezes (Caetano Veloso) 6:21
  6. Chovendo na Roseira (Antonio Carlos Jobim) 3:01
  7. Dio Come Ti Amo (Domenico Modugno) 3:27
  8. Donizetti (Lica Cecato) 2:25
  9. A Rã (João Donato / Caetano Veloso) 4:02
  10. Sabiá (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Chico Buarque de Hollanda) 5:34
  11. Rock-Dog / Rockão (Lica Cecato) 4:03
  12. Melodia Sentimental (H.Villa-Lobos, Dora Vasconcellos) 6:22
Tracks #1, 4-6, 8, 10, 12 recorded December 10, 1996 by Reinhard Kobialka at Topaz Studio, Cologne, Germany
Mixed by Reinhard Kobialka & Paul Shigihara
Produced by Antonio Dias & Lica Cecato
Tracks #2, 3, 7, 9, 11 recorded April 2000 at Joa Studio, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Mixed June 2000 by Tony Volante at Soundtrack Studio, NYC
Released by Roving Spirits (Japan) RKCP-5004

Websites: Lica Cecato

Antakarana
Tibetan Mantras & Divine Mixes

Antakarana: Tibetan Mantras & Divine Mixes Personnel:
  • Monica Meggendorfer – vocals, speech, choirs, synthesizing, chimes pad, tablas
  • Markus Stockhausen – trumpet
  • Charlie Mariano – soprano & alto saxophones
  • Michael Heupel – flutes, didgeridoo
  • Christoph Haberer – Moog drum, deep drum, chatam, bowls, percussion, tabla programming
  • Markus Noichl – sandharva, harp
  • Holger Roder – gongs
  • Sarangerel Cerewsamba – yoochin
  • Pürewsüren Biambaa – yatag
Titles CD 1: Tibetan Mantras
  1. Vajra 8:52
  2. Maturing the Siddhi 7:11
  3. Ah La La (Brief Fulfilment) 7:31
  4. Charlie 5:41
  5. Receiving the Four Empowerments 8:42
  6. Invoking the Blessing 8:10
  7. Vajrasattva Purification - Part I 6:43
  8. Poly Bowls 5:33
  9. Vajrasattva Purification - Part II 2:18
  10. The Vowel and Consonant Mantra 7:24
Titles CD 2: Divine Mixes
  1. Receiving the Four Empowerments (Mousse T's Intro Mix) 9:30
  2. Vajrasattva Purification - Part I (O. Lieb Remix) 7:02
  3. Vajra (O. Lieb Remix) 6:21
  4. The Vowel and Consonant Mantra (O. Lieb Remix) 8:10
  5. Receiving the Four Empowerments (O. Lieb Remix) 7:48
  6. Poly Bowls (O. Lieb Remix) 7:20
  7. The Vowel and Consonant Mantra (Mousse T's Quiet Nice Mix) 5:28
All compositions by Monica Meggendorfer

Recorded and mixed at Studio Vision, Rüsselsheim, Germany
Engineered by Ingo Werner, Monica Meggendorfer and Mike Brühl
Digitally edited by Mike Brühl
Texts: traditional Tibetan prayers
Produced by Ingo Werner and Monica Meggendorfer
Released by BMG Ariola/RCA (Germany) 74321 35598 2

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