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Performer: Various
Title: The Cats And Jammer Kids - West German Jazz
Released: 1954
Style: Swing, Bop
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 531
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The Katzenjammer Kids is an American comic strip created by Rudolph Dirks in 1897 and later drawn by Harold Knerr for 35 years (1914 to 1949). It debuted December 12, 1897, in the American Humorist, the Sunday supplement of William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal. Dirks was the first cartoonist to regularly express comic characters' dialogue using speech balloons. The comic strip was turned into a stage play in 1903. Katzenjammer translates literally as the wailing of cats (. caterwaul") but is used to mean contrition after a failed endeavor or hangover in German (and, in the latter sense, in English too). Whereas Max & Moritz were grotesquely but comically put to death after seven destructive pranks, the Katzenjammer Kids and the other characters still thrive.

It was issued after Coltrane had already ceased recording for the label. All tracks written by Tommy Flanagan except where noted. Minor Mishap" – 7:26. How Long Has This Been Going On?" (George and Ira Gershwin) – 5:58. Tommy's Tune" – 11:58. Idrees Sulieman – trumpet.

The Jazz Album: Watch What Happens is a 2006 studio album by the German baritone Thomas Quasthoff. The album was arranged by Alan Broadbent, Steve Gray, and Nan Schwartz. Quasthoff was traditionally a singer of opera and lieder and this was his first album of jazz vocal music. The Jazz Album peaked at 19 on Billboard magazine's Top Classical Crossover Chart and was included on their European Top 100 Albums list.

Posed with the question, Who invented jazz album cover design? Most people will instantly say, Blue Note Records, and Reid Miles in particular. But this would be a gross simplification as well as inaccurate. Perhaps most ironic of all, given that Blue Note album sleeves have become the benchmark against which all modern jazz covers – and those of just about any other album – are measured, Miles was not a jazz fan, but a classical-music lover. Yet perhaps it was his distance from the music that was also his strength, allowing him to approach the design unencumbered by all but the basic details – the album title, the feel of the music, and something about the session. And of course, he had Francis Wolff’s brilliant photographs. Esquire’s 1946 Award Winners Hot Jazz – Various Artists. Out To Lunch! – Eric Dolphy.

5. In Walked Bud. Zagreb Jazz Quartet. Waltz of the Jive Cats. Klaus Doldinger Quartett.

The Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album was an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for works (songs or albums) containing quality contemporary jazz performances

This original longplay record album was pressed and released in the USA as DL 79217 by Decca in 1959, and will forever remain part of my personal collection.

A non-traditional list of the all-time-best jazz songs, including music created by artists who don't necessarily fit into the purist's definition of the genre. Many other jazz musicians have covered the song in reverence to Davis's brilliance. Another stone-cold classic from the best jazz album (Kind of Blue) of all time. Never to be duplicated, this is jazz at its highest form. Interesting Facts: Davis employed Wynton Kelly as the pianist for this track. The name may have been inspired by Red Skelton’s character, "Freddie the Freeloader," who is a hobo clown. Stanley Jordan honored Davis by recording a version of it for his 1985 album Magic Touch. 7. Psalm – John Coltrane.

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A1 The Hans Koller Combo* Idaho
Bass – Horst MischalkeDrums – Rudi SehringPiano – Jochen ThiemeTenor Saxophone – Hans KollerTrombone – Albert Mangelsdorf*Valve Trombone – Willi Meerwald
A2 Johannes Rediske Quintet* Love For Sale
Bass – Manfred BehrendtDrums – Joe GlaserGuitar – Johannes RediskePiano – Alexander SpychalskiTenor Saxophone – Lother Noack*
A3 The Hans Koller Combo* I'll Remember April
Bass – Horst MischalkeDrums – Rudi SehringPiano – Jochen ThiemeTrombone – Albert Mangelsdorf*
A4 Fatty George & His Two Sound Band* Alexander's Ragtime Band
Alto Saxophone – Fatty GeorgeBass – Heinz GrahDrums – Bob BlumenhovenTenor Saxophone – Günter HermkesVibraphone – Bill Grah
B1 The Paul Kuhn Combo* Montana Blues
Bass – Ferdinand KleinDrums – Hans PodehlGuitar – Gerd Huhnz*Piano – Paul Kuhn
B2 Wolfgang Sauer With The Fatty George Combo* My Baby Done Left Me
Alto Saxophone – Fatty GeorgeDrums – Bob BlumenhovenPiano, Vocals – Wolfgang SauerTenor Saxophone – Günter HermkesValve Trombone – Willi Meerwald
B3 The Fatty George Combo* The Sheik Of Araby
Bass – Fatty GeorgeDrums – Bob BlumenhovenPiano – Bill GrahTenor Saxophone – Günter HermkesValve Trombone – Willi Meerwald

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Electric & Musical Industries (U.S.) Ltd.

Credits

  • Liner Notes – John S. Wilson

Notes

Microgroove

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): USD-177 (F9-OL-2285)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): USD-178 (F9-OL-2286)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): USD177-1A F9OL-2285-1 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): USD178-1A F9OL-2286-1 A1
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