℗ 1957 - 1974 Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Köln
 

100 – The Unreleased WDR Jazz Recordings 1957 - 1974

Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra

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1.1
Tubbes
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:02
1.2
El Mo
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:52
1.3
Mosquito´s Nightmare
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:24
1.4
Snap It
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:39
1.5
K_JD 485
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
2:59
1.6
Fatsination
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:08
1.7
I Remember Clifford
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:47
1.8
Blues for Bohemia
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:21
1.9
Save Your Love for Me
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:44
1.10
Till
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:29
1.11
Sweet Georgia Brown
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:04
1.12
Sumphin
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:30
1.13
Black Velvet
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:52
1.14
Bohemia After Dark
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
6:06
1.15
Flookey Pootsey
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
2:57
1.16
KE
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
7:30
2.1
Yah-Yah-Blues
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
6:54
2.2
Sabbath Message
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:08
2.3
Chinatown, My Chinatown
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:14
2.4
Blues Fifteen
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
11:22
2.5
Shaw´Nuff
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:39
2.6
Beach
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:27
2.7
A Cool Day
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:51
2.8
Russian Roulette
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
6:09
2.9
Oliver Haydn Whigham III
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:43
2.10
4 for Berlin
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:49
2.11
Work Song
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:35
2.12
In the Night
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:47
2.13
I Will Give You
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:42
3.1
Our Delight
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
5:34
3.2
Ole
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
8:42
3.3
Mo`Jo
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:10
3.4
The Sentence
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
8:39
3.5
4+3
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
3:25
3.6
Mc Arthur Park
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
2:58
3.7
Oni Puladi
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
9:39
3.8
No Later Now
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
4:51
3.9
Triple Adventure
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
7:04
3.10
Black Eyed
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
7:08
3.11
Ow Dallab
Kurt Edelhagen & His Orchestra
7:36
Total Playing Time    3:30:30
For the first time, the previously unreleased jazz recordings of the legendary German bandleader Kurt Edelhagen and his orchestra, which were recorded between 1957 and 1974 in the studios of the WDR, are presented here. Edelhagen, who was also responsible for more commercial recordings, shows off his talent for arranging and leading jazz big bands and shows that his orchestra are up there with the best large jazz ensembles of that time. The development of the orchestra is generously shown on this 3 disc box from the swinging 1957 ensemble to the experimental band of 1974. The names of the contributing soloists speak for themselves: Maynard Ferguson, Mark Murphy, Philly Joe Jones, Toots Thielemans, Albert Mangelsdorff, Benny Bailey, Jiggs Whigham, to name just a few.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Jazzline Studio Masters

Disc 1, Tracks 1-16; Disc 2, Tracks 1-13; Disc 3, Tracks 1-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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