Narrator – George Gruntz. 레딧. Leader – George Gruntz. 모. Track 1: Carnegie Recital Hall (Kool Jazz Festival) New York City, July 1, 1984 Track 2: Kudan Kaikan Hall, Tokyo, October 21, 1988 Track 3: Schauspielhaus (State Theatre) Zurich, March 22, 1981 Track 4: Israel Festival Jerusalem, May 24, 1990 Track 5: Ronnie Scott's Club London, April 28, 1995 Track 6: Berlin Jazz Festival, November 2, 1988 Track 7: Big Mama Rome
Filed under Progressive Big Band By GEORGE GRUNTZ. Gruntz Tenor Saxophone – Larry Schneider Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Donny McCaslin Trombone – Gary Valente, Luis Bonilla Trombone – Earl McIntyre Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Alexander Sipiagin, Kenny Rampton, Marvin Stamm, Matthieu Michel Vocals – Renée Manning (tracks: 7). About this release. 25 Years Concert Jazz Band TCB 2011. Dig My Trane Coltrane's Vanguard Years 1961-1962 TCB -The Montreux Jazz Label 2012. Jazz Goes Baroque, Jazz Goes Baroque 2 (Jazz Club) Emarcy Records 2012. George gruntz/george gruntz concert jazz band - global excellence used - very go.
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Gil Evans Orchestra, Miles Davis, The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band - Introduction By Claude Nobs And Quincy Jones The Last Word - The Warner Bros. Artist: The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band.
El Chancho" is a showcase for the bandoneon of Dino Saluzzi, while the 25-minute "The Holy Grail of Jazz and Joy" has portrayals of the Knights of the Round Table with short spots for many of the musicians in the all-star group. Slightly more conventional are "In the Tradition of Switzerland" (even if it has a spot for Seppo "Baron" Paakkunainen on a Finnish birch bark flute) and "No One Can Explain It" (though Jordan's vocal is otherworldly).
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george gruntz concert jazz band, george gruntz George Gruntz 24 June 1932 – 10 January 2013 was a Swiss jazz pianist, organist, harpsichordist, keyboardist and composer known for the George Gruntz Concert Big Band, and his work with artists such as Phil Woods, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Don Cherry, Chet Baker, Art Farmer, Dexter Gordon, Johnny Griffin and Mel Lewis. Sins'n Wins'n Funs – Left-cores and Hard-core En-cores, 1981–1990 Compilation, released 1996. Live at JazzFest Berlin, 1999. George Gruntz Percussion Ensemble – Expo Triangle, 2000. Global Excellence, 2001. Ringing the Luminator – Piano Works II, 2004. George Gruntz, Peter O Chotjewitz – The Magic of a Flute, 2004. Tiger by the Tail, 2006. Pourquoi pas Why Not, 2008. Matterhorn Matters, 2010.
This is a particularly fun outing by George Gruntz's Concert Jazz Band. Trombonist Ray Anderson's "Fishin' With Gramps" is a crackup and the other material is both complex and full of wit and color. With such soloists as trumpeters Mike Mossman, Franco Ambrosetti, Stanton Davis, and Manfred Schoof; Larry Schneider (on tenor and soprano); Howard Johnson on bass clarinet and tuba; altoist Chris Hunter (who sometimes sounds quite close to David Sanborn); Vinny Golia on baritone; and others, there is plenty of variety and many brilliant moments.