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Various - Jazz in Deutschland, Vol.4 - Swing & Jazz nach der Währungsreform (1949-1959) album

Various - Jazz in Deutschland, Vol.4 - Swing & Jazz nach der Währungsreform (1949-1959) album Performer: Various
Title: Jazz in Deutschland, Vol.4 - Swing & Jazz nach der Währungsreform (1949-1959)
Style: Swing, Big Band
Size MP3: 1990 mb
Size FLAC: 1559 mb
Rating: 4.2

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A1 Heinz Buschhagen Mit Seiner Swing Band Special Delivery Stomp 3:09
A2 Walter Dobschinski Und Seine Solisten 12th Street Rag 2:47
A3 Heinz Kretzschmar Mit Seinen Solisten Creole Love Call 3:13
A4 Johannes Rediske Quintett Jumpin' At The "Badewanne" 3:22
A5 Big Boy Goudie's All Stars You And I, Baby 3:04
A6 Franz Thon Und Das Tanzorchester Des NDR Tip-Top-Boogie 3:04
B1 Kurt Widmann Und Sein Orchester The Mess Is Here 3:31
B2 Macky Kasper Und Seine Star-Band Drum Boogie 2:53
B3 Adalbert Luczkowski mit dem Tanzorchester des NWDR Köln Schwarzer Panther 2:25
B4 Kurt Hohenberger Und Seine Solisten C Jam Blues 2:18
B5 Kurt Henkels und das Rundfunktanzorchester Leipzig St.Louis Blues 3:43
B6 Hans Koller Combo Idaho 2:42
C1 Fatty George & His Two-Sound Band Clarinet Marmelade 2:56
C2 Ingfried Hoffmann Combo Bumble Boogie (Hummelflug) 2:35
C3 Paul Kuhn Combo It Had To Be You 2:33
C4 Spree City Stompers Who's Sorry Now 2:31
C5 Wolfgang Sauer And His Blue Rhythm All Stars Basin Street Blues 3:19
C6 Freddie Brocksieper Combo Close Your Eyes 2:21
D1 Helmut Weglinski Quartet The Moon Belongs To Everyone 1:41
D2 Mister Martin's Band Leider gut 2:29
D3 Lubo D'Orio Mit Seinem Orchester Teenager 3:00
D4 Horst Jankowski, Erwin Lehn Und Sein Südfunk Tanzorchester Seht her 2:54
D5 Rolf-Kühn-Combo Cute 4:11
D6 Erwin Lehn Und Sein Südfunk-Orchester Jumping With Symphony Sid 2:27


  • Liner Notes – Horst H. Lange


Recording dates:
A1: Berlin, March 14, 1949 / A2: Berlin, March 1949 / A3: Berlin, December 1949 / A4: Berlin, January 30, 1952 / A5: Berlin, September 2, 1952 / A6: Hamburg, October 21, 1952
B1: Berlin, November 17, 1952 / B2: Berlin, March 23, 1953 / B3: Cologne, December 21, 1953 / B4: Dresden, April 30, 1954 / B5: Berlin, June 5, 1954 / B6: Cologne, May 28, 1954
C1: Cologne, November 10, 1954 / C2: Cologne, May 30, 1956 / C3: Cologne, September 11, 1954 / C4: Berlin, October 14, 1954 / C5: Cologne, April 28, 1955 / C6: Munich, November 7, 1955
D1: Cologne, February 22, 1956 / D2: Cologne, September 20, 1956 / D3: Berlin, October 24, 1956 / D4: Stuttgart, October 12, 1959 / D5: Cologne, July 7, 1959 / D6: Stuttgart, February 23-27, 1956

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 0287
  • Rights Society: GEMA