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Performer: Albert Mangelsdorff
Title: Tromboneliness
Country: Germany
Released: 1977
Style: Free Improvisation
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 225

A3. Creole Love Call. Tromboneliness ‎(LP, Album). Sackville Recordings, MPS Records.

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Is Tromboneliness the best album by Albert Mangelsdorff? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Tromboneliness by Albert Mangelsdorff (1977) Overall rank: 33,460th. Accolades: Top albums of 1977 (363rd). Top albums of the 1970s (3,749th). Best albums of all time (33,460th).

Info for Tromboneliness. Recorded in 1976, this album affords the listener the opportunity to hear Albert solo in all his wondrous multiphonic diversity. It starts with the down-home singing harmonies on Do Your Own Thing. Trombonliness and Brief Inventions are essentially pieces improvised on the spot – ‘spontaneous compositions’. Duke Ellington’s Creole Love Call is the only non-Mangelsdorff piece, part of my feeling for the tradition of jazz

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Albert Mangelsdorff - Tromboneliness. Photo of Albert Mangelsdorff - Tromboneliness. More albums of Albert Mangelsdorff: 125 Jahre SPD - Das Weiche Wasser Bricht Den Stein.

Albert Mangelsdorff (September 5, 1928 – July 25, 2005) was a German jazz trombonist. Working mainly in free jazz, he was recognized as an innovator who became famous for his use of multiphonics. Mangelsdorff was born in Frankfurt. He was given violin lessons as a child and was self-taught on guitar in addition to knowing trombone. His brother, alto saxophonist Emil Mangelsdorff, introduced him to jazz during the Nazi period (a time when it was forbidden in Germany).


A1 Do Your Own Thing 8:50
A2 Tromboneliness 6:25
A3 Creole Love Call 5:37
B1 Bonn 7:19
B2 Questions To Come 2:44
B3 Mark Suetterlyn's Boogie 3:20
B4 Für Peter 5:41
B5 Brief Inventions 2:59

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  • Recorded At – Biton Studio


  • Engineer – Paul Landfidel*
  • Photography By, Design – Bill Smith
  • Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] – Christian Augustin
  • Trombone, Written-By – Albert Mangelsdorff


Recorded Jan. and March 1976 at Frankfurt/M (Biton Produktion)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
68.129, MPS 15.397 Albert Mangelsdorff Tromboneliness ‎(LP, Album) MPS Records, MPS Records 68.129, MPS 15.397 Germany 1977
2011, MPS 15.397 Albert Mangelsdorff Tromboneliness ‎(LP, Album) Sackville Recordings, MPS Records 2011, MPS 15.397 US 1977

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