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✨✧ Manfred SchoofVoices ... CD
FMP/Bellaphon (Germany), 1966. Used ... $9.99
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(Out of print.)

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Barney Wilen/Manfred Schoof/Irene SchweizerJazz Meets India ... CD
Saba/Promising (Germany), 1967. Used ... $14.99
A landmark record – and most likely the best of the late 60s Jazz Meets The World series on MPS! The album features a unique ensemble comprised of a few core parts – The Indian Trio of Dewan Mothihar on sitar and vocal, Keshave Sathe on tabla, and Kusum Thakur on tambura; the Irene Schweizer Trio, here heard not as "out" as on other recordings, and with a contemplative, modal sound; and the jazz horns of Barney Wilen (tenor and soprano sax) and Manfred Schoof (trumpet and cornet) – adding in a level of improvisation on top of the rhythmic progression and sonic experimentation of the other two parts of the whole. The album's got three long tracks – "Yaad", "Brigach & Ganges", and "Sun Love" – all of which create a unique blend of Indian music, modal rhythms, and European jazz – somehow managing to filter all the elements together without any colonialist overtones, and coming up with a sound that's even greater than the sum of its parts! CD
 
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George RussellElectronic Sonata For Souls Loved By Nature (Flying Dutchman pressing) ... LP
Flying Dutchman, 1968. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $19.99
Flying Dutchman pressing of George Russell's famous electronic suite, which has also been issued on a number of different labels over the years. The album features a strange tape composition, the title track split up into 2 parts each a side long, with a bunch of European players (Manfred Schoof, Terje Rypdal, Jan Garbarek) all adding a trippier edge than usual to Russell's music. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout mark & some light wear.)

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✨✧ Dave Pike, Fritz Pauer, Wolfgang Dauer, etcMPS Jazz Sound '71 ... LP
MPS (Germany), 1971. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Grooviness all around! This is a beautiful 2LP set that brings together some of the best tracks that MPS was releasing in the early 70's, and it's got a wealth of nice moments that you'll be hard pressed to find on vinyl elsewhere. The set includes the great funky version of "Light My Fire" that was cut by Freidrich Gulda, the groovy funky cut "Send Me The Yellow Guys" by The Dave Pike Set, the mellow "Blue Light" by Wolfgang Dauner, the easy breezy "Speech Craft" by the Horst Jankowski Quartet, and the out track "Palar" by the New Jazz Trio, with Manfred Schoof, Peter Trunk, and Cees See. Very nice, and more than enough to go around! In a glossy German sleeve, too! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and an unglued top seam, but this is a great copy overall.)

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✨✧ Mal WaldronHard Talk ... LP
Enja (Germany), 1974. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Hard talk, and lots of heavy sounds from the great Mal Waldron – heard here in a set that may well be one of his greatest moments of the 70s! The album's a key illustration of Waldron's power on the European scene of the time – and it's noteworthy not just for Mal's bold vision as a leader, but also for key contributions from Steve Lacy on soprano sax and Manfred Schoof on trumpet! Both artists really bring a lot to Waldron's music – filling up the long tracks with voices that are as powerful and righteous as the leader's own – spurred on by some great rhythm work from Isla Eckinger on bass and Allen Blairman on drums. Recorded live, with a great sense of energy – and titles include "Snake Out", "Hard Talk", "Russian Melody", and "Hurray For Herbie". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing. Cover has some ring & edge wear.)

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✨✧ Mal WaldronHard Talk ... CD
Enja (Germany), 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Hard talk, and lots of heavy sounds from the great Mal Waldron – heard here in a set that may well be one of his greatest moments of the 70s! The album's a key illustration of Waldron's power on the European scene of the time – and it's noteworthy not just for Mal's bold vision as a leader, but also for key contributions from Steve Lacy on soprano sax and Manfred Schoof on trumpet! Both artists really bring a lot to Waldron's music – filling up the long tracks with voices that are as powerful and righteous as the leader's own – spurred on by some great rhythm work from Isla Eckinger on bass and Allen Blairman on drums. Recorded live, with a great sense of energy – and titles include "Snake Out", "Hard Talk", "Russian Melody", and "Hurray For Herbie". CD
 
 
 



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