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JAZZPAR ALL WINNERS 1990 – 2004

Jazzkontakten JK200501-2
Limited edition

CD 1
63:36

1990

Muhal Richard Abrams & The Danish Radio Big Band

Muhal Richard Abrams (cond) & DRBB 1990: Benny Rosenfeld, Palle Bolvig, Lars Togeby, Henrik Bolberg Pedersen (fifth soloist), and Perry Knudsen (tp), Vincent Nilsson, Steen Hansen, Ture Larsen, Jens Engel and Axel Windfeld Schmidt (tb), Jan zum Vohrde (fourth soloist), Uffe Markussen, Jesper Thilo (second soloist), Tomas Franck and Flemming Madsen (s), Ole Kock Hansen (p - first soloist), Bjarne Roupe (g - third soloist), Jesper Lundgaard (b), Lennart Gruvstedt (d), Ethan Weisgard (cng, perc), and Bent Clausen (vib).

Big T 10:49 Composed by Muhal Richard Abrams | Published by RIC-PEG Publishing Company, BMI | Dedicated to Thad Jones | Recorded live Odense, April 2 1990 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased | Produced by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Ronald Skovdal | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer


1991

David Murray & Pierre Dørges New Jungle Orchestra

David Murray (ts) & The New Jungle Orchestra feat. Horace Parlan: Harry Beckett, Per Jörgensen (tp), Jörg Huke (tb), Jesper Zeuthen, Jacob Mygind (s), Horace Parlan (p), Irene Becker (key), Pierre Dørge (g), Jens Skov Olsen (b), and Audun Kleive (d).

David in Wonderland (Take 1) 6:41 Composed by Pierre Dørge | Recorded March 16 / 17 1991 at Focus Studio | Previously unreleased alternative take | Produced by Arnvid Meyer | Sound engineer Hans Nielsen


1992

Lee Konitz & Peggy Stern

Lee Konitz (as), Peggy Stern (p).

PeggyLee 6:46 Composed by Konitz / Stern | Recorded live at SAS Falconer Center, Copenhagen March 27 1992 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased | Produced by Ib Skovgaard | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer


1993

Tommy Flanagan

Tommy Flanagan Quartet: Jesper Thilo (ts), Tommy Flanagan (p), Jesper Lundgaard (b), Lewis Nash (d).

For Lena & Lennie 8:04 Composed by Quincy Jones | Recorded live at SAS Falconer Center April 2 1993 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Sample from FLANAGANS SHENANIGANS | Produced by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Ronald Skovdal | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer


1994

Roy Haynes with Thomas Clausen's jazzparticipants feat. Tomas Franck & Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen

Tomas Franck (ts), Thomas Clausen (p), Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (b), Roy Haynes (d).

Rhythm-A-Ning 8:44 Composed by Thelonious Monk | Recorded live at SAS Falconer Center March 13, 1994 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased alternative take
Produced by Ib Skovgaard | Sound engineer Ronald Skovdal | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer


1995

Tony Coe & DRJO

Tony Coe (ts) & The Danish Radio Jazz Orchestra cond. by Bob Brookmeyer: Jan Kohlin, Benny Rosenfeld, Palle Bolvig, Lars Togeby, Henrik Bolberg Pedersen (tp, flh), Vincent Nilsson, Steen Hansen, Kjeld Ipsen, Giordano Bellincampi, Axel Windfeld Schmidt (tb, etc.), Jan zum Vohrde, Michael Hove, Uffe Markussen, Bob Rockwell, Flemming Madsen (s), Nikolaj Bentzon (p), Anders "Chico" Lindvall (g), Thomas Ovesen (b), Ethan Weisgard (perc), Jonas Johansen (d).

How Long Has This Been Going On 6:12 Composed by George & Ira Gershwin | Recorded live at Tønder Kulturhus March 17 1995 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased alternative take | Produced by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Bo Kristiansson | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer


1996

Geri Allen Trio

Geri Allen (p), Palle Danielsson (b), Lenny White (d).

Feed the Fire 11:14 Composed by Geri Allen | Recorded live at SAS Falconer Center March 17 1996 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Sample from SOME ASPECTS OF WATER (Storyville 4212) | Produced by Ib Skovgaard | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer


1997

Django Bates Human Chain

Josefine Cronholm (voc), Iain Ballamy (s), Django Bates (key), Michael Mondesir (b-g), Martin France (d, el-d, perc)

Hi Lili Hi-Lo 4:58 Composed by Raper, Deutsh | Recorded at SAS Falconer Center March 18 1997 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased | Produced by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Executive producer Arnvid Meyer & Cim Meyer

 

CD 2
74:26

1998

Jim Hall + 4

Jim Hall (g) + The Zapolski String Quartet: Alexander Zapolski, Jacob Soelberg (vln), Iben Bramsnæs Teilmann (vla), Vanja Louro (cel).

Thesis 11:43 Composed by Jim Hall | Recorded live at Holbæk April 2 1998 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased alternative take | Produced by Ib Skovgaard | Sound engineer Niels Erik Lund | Executive producer Cim Meyer


1999

Martial Solal & DRJO

Martial Solal & The Danish Radio Jazz Orchestra: Lars Lindgren, Benny Rosenfeld, Jesper Riis, Henrik Bolberg, Thomas Fryland (tp), Vincent Nilsson, Steen Hansen, Peter Jensen, Klaus Löhrer (tb), Hans Andersen (tuba), Michael Hove, Nicolai Schultz, Tomas Franck, Uffe Markussen, Flemming Madsen (reeds), Martial Solal (p), Anders Chico Lindvall (g), Thomas Ovesen (b), Morten Grønvad (mar), Jonas Johansen (d), Jim McNeely (cond).

DRJO no. 1 7:50 Composed by Martial Solal | Recorded live at Randers March 25 1999 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased alternative take | Produced by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Niels Erik Lund | Executive producer Cim Meyer


2000

Chris Potter Quartet

Chris Potter (fl, ss, ts, b-cl), Kevin Hays (p), Scott Colley (b), Billy Drummond (d).

Wistful 10:41 Composed by Chris Potter | Recorded live at Randers March 10 2000 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR | Previously unreleased | Produced for radio by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Mixed by Lars Palsig & Cim Meyer | Executive producer Cim Meyer


2001

Marilyn Mazur

Elvira Plenar (key), Eivind Aarset (g), Klavs Hovman (b), Marilyn Mazur (perc), Audun Kleive (d).

Future Song Ostinats 3:25 Composed by Marilyn Mazur | Recorded live at TIVOLI Glassalen, Copenhagen, Sunday April 22 2001 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation | Previously unreleased | Produced by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Lars Palsig

Aina Kemanis (voc), Josefine Cronholm (voc), Palle Mikkelborg (tp), Hans Ulrik (s / cl / b-cl / fl), Fredrik Lundin (s, fl, b-fl, electronics), Eivind Aarset (g, electronics), Elvira Plenar (key), Klaus Hovman (el-b), Anders Jormin (b), Marilyn Mazur, Benita Haastrup, Birgit Løkke, Lisbeth Diers (perc, voc), Audun Kleive (d).

All The Birds 4:28 Composed by Marilyn Mazur | Recorded live at TIVOLI Glassalen, Copenhagen, Sunday April 22 2001 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation | Sample from ALL THE BIRDS (Stunt Records STUCD02072) | Produced for radio by Ole Matthiessen | Sound Engineer: Niels Erik Lund | Mixed by Marilyn Mazur, Niels Erik Lund & Bjarne Hansen | Executive producer Cim Meyer


2002

Enrico Rava JAZZPAR Sextet

Enrico Rava (tp / flh), Gianluca Petrella (tb), John Abercrombie (g), Stefano Bollani (p), Jesper Bodilsen (b), Morten Lund (d).

Ack, Värmeland, du sköna 13:21 Traditional | Recorded live at TIVOLI Glassalen, Copenhagen, Sunday April 21 2002 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation | Previously unreleased alternative take | Produced for radio by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Mixed by Lars Palsig & Cim Meyer | Executive producer Cim Meyer


2003

Andrew Hill JAZZPAR Octet

Staffan Svensson (tp), Klaus Löhrer (b-tb / tuba), Peter Fuglsang (as / cl / b-cl), Thomas Agergaard (ts / fl), Liudas Mockunas (ss / bars / cl / b-cl), Andrew Hill (p & cond), Scott Colley (b), Nasheet Waits (d)

Victory Dance 10:01 Composed by Andrew Hill | Recorded live at TIVOLI Glassalen, Copenhagen, Sunday April 27 2003 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation | Previously unreleased | Produced for radio by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Mixed by Lars Palsig & Cim Meyer | Executive producer Cim Meyer


2004

Aldo Romano JAZZPAR Quintet + 1

Susi Hyldgaard (voc), Stefano di Battista (as), Mark Turner (ts), Henrik Gunde (key), Jesper Bodilsen (b), Aldo Romano (d)

Il Cammino (Gush) 12:44 Composed by Aldo Romano | Recorded live at JIVE, Torvehallerne, Vejle, Friday April 23 2004 by The Danish Broadcasting Corporation | Previously unreleased alternative take | Produced for radio by Ole Matthiessen | Sound engineer Lars Palsig | Mixed by Lars Palsig & Cim Meyer | Executive producer Cim Meyer

 

Post production June 2004 all selections: Cim Meyer and Lars Palsig | Remastered by Jørgen Vad og Cim Meyer

 

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