George Gruntz - Vinyl

George Gruntz "Jazz Goes Baroque"
Label: Philips
Catalog#: 840 476 PY

Format: Vinyl, LP,  Album
Country: Germany
Released: 1964
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits:

Bass - Peter Trunk

Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone - Klaus Doldinger

Drums - Klaus Weiss

Flute - Emil Mangelsdorff

Harpsichord - George Gruntz

 

Recorded in West-Berlin, April 27 and 28, 1964

George Gruntz "Noon In Tunisia"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 132 ST

Format: Vinyl, LP,  Stereo, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits:

Bagpipes [Mezoued] - Jelloul Osman

Bass - Eberhard Weber

Drums - Daniel Humair

Goblet Drum [Darbouka] - Hattab Jouini , Salah El Mahdi

Ney - Salah El Mahdi

Oboe [Zoukra] - Moktar Slama

Percussion [Bendire] - Hattab Jouini , Jelloul Osman , Moktar Slama , Salah El Mahdi

Piano, Conductor, Composed By - George Gruntz

Saxophone [Soprano], Flute, Tambourine - Sahib Shihab

Tabla - Hattab Jouini , Jelloul Osman

Violin - Jean Luc Ponty

 

Producer - Joachim Ernst Berendt

Engineer - Rolf Donner

 

Recorded at MPS Tonstudio, Villingen, Schwarzwald in Germany on June 2nd and 3rd in 1967. Released in Saba's Jazz Meets The World -series.

George Gruntz "Drums And Folklore: From Sticksland With Love"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 133 ST

Format: Vinyl, LP,  Stereo, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits:

Bass - Jimmy Woode
Drums - Charly Antolini , Daniel Humair , Mani Neumeier , Pierre Favre
Piano - George Gruntz
Saxophone - Nathan Davis
Trumpet - Franco Ambrosetti


"Dums and Folklore" in Saba's record series "Jazz meets the World".

 

Recorde In Concert In Basel, Switzerland

George Gruntz "St. Peter Power"
Label: MPS Records
Catalog#: MPS 15186 ST

Format: Vinyl, LP,  Stereo, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1968
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits:

Bass - Eberhard Weber

Drums - Daniel Humair

Organ - George Gruntz

 

Photography - A. Sauvrezy , G. Hasenfratz , H. Haehl

Producer - Joachim Ernst Berendt

Recorded By - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Artwork By - Hans B. Pfitzer

Liner Notes - Heinz Wehrle