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✨✧ Max GregerMax Greger Big Box (Greger In The Night/Sax Appeal/Trumpets/Sunshine Starshine/In The Mood For Hits/bonus tracks) (4CD set) ... CD
Universal (Germany), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 4CD ... Out Of Stock
A huge collection of work from German saxophonist Max Greger – a player who got his start in more serious jazz settings, but also recorded a fair bit in a swinging crossover mode – mixing his lead horn with some lively larger arrangements – all of which had great appeal to listeners in the age of the Economic Miracle! There's a warmth and optimism to these tunes that played very well at the start of the 70s, and which holds on strongly all these many years later – not standard jazz, but jazzy instrumental crossover music – delivered with superb arrangements and production throughout! Much of this work never saw release on our side of the Atlantic – and the massive set features 103 tracks in all – the full albums Greger In The Night, Max Greger Live, Sax Appeal, Sunshine Starshine, Trumpets Trumpets Trumpets, and In The Mood For Hits, which is in two different versions – plus bonus tracks too! CD
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✨✧ Charles Lloyd, Mark Murphy, Novi Quartet, & Others4th International Jazz Festival – Praha '67 ... LP
Supraphon (Czech Republic), 1968. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
Really great work that only appears on this set – featuring some concert performances from some very hip groups! Charles Lloyd plays tenor and flute on "Island Blues" with a combo that features Keith Jarrett on soprano sax and Jack DeJohnette on drums; Mark Murphy sings "Stompin At The Savoy" with a trio that features Gordon Beck on piano and Tony Oxley on drums; trumpeter Palle Mikkelborg works with Bernt Rosengren on tenor on a version of "Gingerbread Boy"; Polish vocal group Novi Singers deliver a great take on "Lil Darlin"; German tenorist Max Greger plays "Perdido" and "Green Tree" with a combo that includes Benny Bailey on trumpet and Don Menza on tenor; and the Soviet combo RT Quintet play "Old Novgorod Song". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a slightly bumped corner, but this is a great copy overall.)

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