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Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine - At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival Album

Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine - At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival Album

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Interprète: Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine
Titre: At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival
Pays: Germany
Publié sur: 1986
Style: Free Jazz
Category: Jazz
Classement: 4.8
Catalogue #: 790 531-1
Label: Atlantic

Tracklist

1Freedom Jazz Dance
Composed By – Eddie Harris
13:30
2Ode A Jean-Louis
Composed By – Phil Woods
13:30
3The Meeting
Composed By – Gordon Beck
11:00
4Josua
Composed By – Victor Feldman
13:00


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SD 530Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival ‎(LP, Album)Embryo RecordsSD 530US1971
P-11035APhil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival ‎(LP, Album)AtlanticP-11035AJapan1971
790 531-2, 790531-2, 90531-2Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival ‎(CD, Album, RE)Atlantic Jazz, Atlantic Jazz, Atlantic Jazz790 531-2, 790531-2, 90531-2Europe1986
SD 530Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival ‎(LP, Album, Die)Embryo RecordsSD 530US1971
940 071Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival ‎(LP)Atlantic940 071France1971


Crédits

  • Artwork By – Bob Defrin
  • BassHenri Texier
  • DrumsDaniel Humair
  • Executive Producer – Herbie Mann
  • Photography – David Spitzer
  • PianoGordon Beck
  • ProducerHorst Lippmann
  • Saxophone [Alto]Phil Woods


Notes

Recorded live on March 21, 1970, at the Frankfurt Jazz Festival.
This album was first released in 1971 as Embryo SD 530.


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Album

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