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Various - Erstes DDR-All-Star-Jazzkonzert 8./9. Dezember 1965 Kongresssaal Im Hygienemuseum Dresden flac album
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Erstes DDR-All-Star-Jazzkonzert 8./9. Dezember 1965 Kongresssaal Im Hygienemuseum Dresden
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Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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1472 mb
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Released within the book Freie Töne - Die Jazzszene in der DDR from Rainer Bratfisch.

Accompanying CD recorded Dec. 8-9 1965, Kongresssaal im Hygienemuseum, Dresden. 3861533707 (pb. 9783861533702 (pb. Browse related items. Start at call number: ML3509.

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1 Karlheinz Drechsel Moderation
2 Joachim Kühn Trio Golem
Bass – Klaus KochDrums – Reinhard SchwartzPiano – Joachim Kühn
3 Karlheinz Drechsel Moderation
4 Joachim Kühn Trio + Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Ruf
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyBass – Klaus KochDrums – Reinhard SchwartzTrombone – Joachim Kühn
5 Joachim Kühn Trio + Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Django
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyBass – Klaus KochDrums – Reinhard SchwartzTrombone – Joachim Kühn
6 Joachim Kühn Trio + Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky Amok
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyBass – Klaus KochDrums – Reinhard SchwartzTrombone – Joachim Kühn
7 Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Peter Setzmann, Ulli Türkowsky, Wolfgang Winkler Nature Boy
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Leader – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyDouble Bass – Ulli TürkowskyDrums – Wolfgang WinklerTrombone – Peter Setzmann
8 Karlheinz Drechsel Moderation
9 Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Peter Setzmann, Ulli Türkowsky, Wolfgang Winkler, Henry Walther Blues Für Carmell
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Leader – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyDouble Bass – Ulli TürkowskyDrums – Wolfgang WinklerPiano – Peter SetzmannTrombone – Henry Walther
10 Karlheinz Drechsel Moderation
11 Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Peter Setzmann, Ulli Türkowsky, Wolfgang Winkler Beat Blues
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Leader – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyDouble Bass – Ulli TürkowskyDrums – Wolfgang WinklerPiano – Peter Setzmann
12 Karlheinz Drechsel Moderation
13 Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Peter Setzmann, Ulli Türkowsky, Wolfgang Winkler, Henry Walther She's Always Angry
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Leader – Ernst-Ludwig PetrowskyDouble Bass – Ulli TürkowskyDrums – Wolfgang WinklerPiano – Peter SetzmannTrombone – Henry Walther

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Released within the book »Freie Töne - Die Jazzszene in der DDR« from Rainer Bratfisch