In memory of Johnny Peret

In memory of Johnny Peret
In memory of my friend Johnny Peret, vibist, drummer, accordeonist extraordinaire

Thursday, August 23, 2012

BOOTLEG


HELMUT BRANDT COMBO - Hamburg 1958

 Fans of Teutonic Jazz, rejoice !  Here is another offering from the vault of onxidlib, a live recording of the Helmut Brandt Combo dating from 1958 and as added bonus, a live track from 1956.







HELMUT BRANDT COMBO  "HAMBURG, 1958"

Credits
Helmut Barndt, baritone & tenor saxophone, clarinet (Brandt does not on 7,8)
Conny Jackel, trumpet (not on 7,8,11,12)
Günther Maier, piano (1-6 & 9-14)
Heinz Allhoff, piano (only 7 + 8)
Erich Gerosch, bass
Manfred Taubert, drums

Ludwig Ebert, piano (only 15)
Klaus Gernhuber, bass (only 15)

Tracks
01. Last Before Last        03:04
02. Tipsy Driver         04:32
03. Storyville Bounce 05:27
04. 5 Brüder                 03:49
05. Honeysuckle Rose 01:03
06. Sie Will Nicht Blumen & Nicht Schokolade   05:42
07. Topsy                                                  10:00
08. What A Difference A Day Made 05:37
09. Berlin Calling                                 05:26
10. Friedrich's Lied                                 04:46
11. I Hear A Rhapsody                         03:09
12. Armer Gigolo                                     02:52
13. Love For Sale                                    05:36
14. Jahrgang '57                                      06:17

Bonus:
15. Yesterdays                                         04:39

Recorded: Aula of the school at the Mittelweg, Hamburg, Germany on July 27, 1958.
MC: H. Woscherau (copy came without announcement)
Track 15 recorded at the German Jazz Festival, Frankfurt am Main, Germany on May 21, 1956.


Source: http://www.kultur-netz.de/kuenstler/helmut-brandt/inhalt.htm
p.s.: the missing track 13 has been added. See comments.

8 comments:

  1. FLAC
    part1: http://www.mediafire.com/?9ojseumo8ckca0r
    part2: http://www.mediafire.com/?m30dhhupw8l5fyi

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  2. I'm quite curious about the music made in this city so long ago... i think mr. Red is right, here is where it has been mostly forgotten, in course of time. and i happen to be living here... it is a pleasant curiosity though! thanks a lot, all the people involved in this, i mean onxidlieb, boogieman and the mr. Red, Rojo or Rouge, who's running a very nice site as well!

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  3. Great to see more Helmut Brandt recordings. Unfortunaly track 13.Love for sale is missing in the file. Can you please check this?

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  4. Hi folks, sorry for mossong track 13. Here it is:
    Track 13: https://rapidshare.com/files/2129973696/HereIsIt.rar
    Enjoy!

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  5. Thank BM & onxidlib for uncovering more neglected jazz.

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  6. Brandt was a multi-talented guy, a great saxophonist and bandleader as well. RIP Brandt recording artist

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  7. Thanks "onxidlib" and Boogieman: This leaves me (almost) speechless. What a wonderful batch of un-heard of music by one of Germany's greatest. Much, I mean MUCH appreciated here !!!

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