Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
1981

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
18.11.2016

Label: MPS Classical

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Hard Bop

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Formate & Preise

FormatPreisIm WarenkorbKaufen
FLAC 88.2 $ 17,80
  • 1Me 'n Jangles05:54
  • 2Ripp Off05:56
  • 3The Infernal Triangle05:56
  • 4Ides09:07
  • 5Slow Grind05:42
  • 6March of the Jazz Experts06:15
  • 7Blue and Sentimental05:23
  • 8Mississippi Mud05:04
  • 9Blues Suite06:20
  • Total Runtime55:37

Info zu Trombone Summit (Remastered)

American born trombone sensation Jiggs Whigham has been referred to as "Europe's Best Kept Secret," as he has spent most of his professional career based in Europe. Jiggs has played with Stan Kenton, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Peter Herbolzheimer, Bert Kaempfert, Tony Bennett, Dexter Gordon and Lee Konitz - just to name a few.

Jiggs has just been selected for the prestigious position of visting professor at Indiana University for the 2000-2001 school year. He will continue to serve as Professor for Life and head of the Jazz and Popular Music Department of the Hans Eisler College of Music in Berlin, guest conductor and soloist with the BBC Big Band in England and soloist and clinician world wide.

Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone
Bill Watrous, trombone
Jiggs Whigham, trombone
Kai Winding, trombone
Horace Parlan, piano
Mads Vinding, bass
Allan Ganley, drums

Engineered by Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer
Produced by Willi Fruth

Digitally remastered




Albert Mangelsdorff
was a major innovator, one of only a few Europeans who has had an influence on jazz instrumentalists worldwide. He refined multiphonics, a technique utilizing vocalizing into the horn to produce chords and overtone effects. Often performing as a soloist, he also played/recorded with Elvin Jones, John Lewis, Wolfgang Dauner, and Lee Konitz. Trilogue, Live in Montreux, and Triple Entente are all played in trio with Albert’s amazing technique and multiphonics in full display

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