In memory of Johnny Peret

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

Friday, September 13, 2013

RARITY #49

MITTERNACHT IN MUNCHEN
BRUNSWICK 86016 LBP (10") - GERMANY, 1953

This 10” was recorded just a few days after my birth. Like me, it is 60 years old, a bit scratchy but it still  swings hard!

Thanks to Onxidlib - and an anonnymous friend of his -  for unearthing this memento from a bygone era, the Golden Age of Radio! - and for taking the time to rip and clean it.
Your work is much appreciated my friend!






MITTERNACHT IN MÜNCHEN  - JUBILEE CONCERT ON THE OCCASION OF THE 500TH BROADCAST


Here is some interesting information on the Mtternacht in Munchen radio broadcast (in German):



TRACKS
Side A:
1. The Beat  (Gene Ammons) 2:46
2. Perdido  (Tizol/Lenk/Drake) 7:03
3. How High The Moon  (Hamilton/Lewis) 2:49
4. Night Train  (Jimmy Forrest) 3:07

Side B:
5. MIM-Boogie  (Werner Scharfenberger) 3:02
6. Muskrat Ramble  (Kid Ory) 4:12
7. The Man I Love  (George Gershwin) 3:20
8. Rosetta  (Hines/Woods) 3:42
9. Festival Riff  (Erich Becht) 1:53

TT 31:57
Track 1, 4, 8 + 9:
Max Greger Big Band;
Fritz Weichbrodt, Rudi Grätz, Harry Franke, Sepp Huber, trumpet
Max Büttermann, Fritz Gläser, Willi Schmidt, Max Höll, trombone
Hugo Strasser, alto saxophone & clarinet (solo on 8)
Herbert Peltzer, alto saxophone
Max Greger, tenor saxophone (solo on 1,2 + 4)
Heinz Eberle, Sepp Seitz, tenor saxophone
Delle Haensch, baritone saxophone
Klaus Ogermann, piano (solo on 5)
Hans Lehmann, bass
Sylo Deutsch, drums

Track 5:
Die Dixie Maximators:
Fritz Weichbrodt, trumpet
Hugo Strasser, clarinet
Max Büttermann, trombone
Klaus Ogermann, piano
Hans Lehmann, bass
Sylo Deutsch, drums

Track 2 + 3
Die Deutschen Jazz-Sieger [The German Jazz-Winners]:
Fred Bunge, trumpet (solo on 2 + 9)
Günter Fuhlisch, trombone (solo on 2 + 3)
Delle Haensch, alto saxophone
Max Greger, tenor saxophone
Paul Kuhn, piano
Max Büttermann, bass
Teddy Paris, drums
Note: Members of the German Jazz-Winners do also play on other tracks except tr.6 + 7.

Track 7:
Paul Kuhn, piano
Max Büttermann, bass
Teddy Paris, drums

Werner Götze, announcer


Recorded at the 'Deutsches Theather, Munich on May 4, 1953 on the occaison of the 500th broadcast of "Mitternacht in München".  (Mitternacht is midnight..).

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