Saba Records - Vinyl

Eugen Cicero "Rokoko-Jazz"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 027
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: Germany
Released: 1965
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Peter Witte
Drums - Charly Antolini
Piano - Eugen Cicero


Producer - Willi Fruth
Producer, Engineer [Recording] - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

 

Recorded: March 14, 1965.

Ambros Seelos "Mit Ambros Seelos auf Tournee"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 030 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: Germany
Released: 1965
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Ambros Seelos

Dixi Grünewald

Willy Uebelherr

Rolf Graf

Huub Dackus

Roland Überbacher

Horst Michalke

Various "Pianox4"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 035 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, 180 Gram
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

A1 Wolfgang Dauner Quartett - Take The A-Train

A2 Wolfgang Dauner Quartett - Waltz For A Young Girl

A3 Wolfgang Dauner Quartett - Take The Coltrane

A4 Elsie Bianchi Trio - Baron Lazar

A5 Elsie Bianchi Trio - What Is This Thing Called Love

B1 Dieter Reith Quintett - Willow Weep For Me

B2 Dieter Reith Quintett - Goofin' Each Other

B3 Dieter Reith Quintett - Robin's Nest

B4 Modern Jazz Group Freiburg, The - You Do Something To Me

B5 Modern Jazz Group Freiburg, The - Big "P"

 

Credits

 

Wolfgang Dauner-Quartett: Recorded at SABA-Tonstudio, 2. April 1964

 

Elsie Bianchi-Trio: Recorded at SABA-Tonstudio, 4. Dezember 1963

 

Dieter Reith-Quintett: Recorded at SABA-Tonstudio 23. Dezember 1963

 

The Modern Jazz Group Freiburg: Recorded at SABA-Tonstudio, 21. Oktober 1963

Eugen Cicero "In Town"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 046 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: Germany
Released: 1965
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Peter Witte
Drums - Charly Antolini
Piano - Eugen Cicero

Ambros Seelos "Around The World"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 054 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: Germany
Released: 1965
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Ambros Seelos

Dixi Grünewald

Willy Uebelherr

Rolf Graf

Huub Dackus

Roland Überbacher

Horst Michalke

George Russell Sextet "At Beethoven Hall II"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 060 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1965
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Cam Brown

Drums - Al Heath

Piano, Leader, Composed By, Arranged By - George Russell

Tenor Saxophone - Ray Pitts

Trombone - Brian Trentham

Trumpet - Bertil Loevgren , Don Cherry

 

Producer, Liner Notes - Joachim E. Berendt

Engineer - Rolf Donner

 

Recorded at concert August 31st, 1965 Beethoven Hall Stuttgart.

Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones "The Hip Walk"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 063 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz, Bop, Modal

 

Credits

Bass - Jimmy Woode

Drums - Kenny Clarke

Piano - Francy Boland

Saxophone [Tenor, Soprano], Flute - Nathan Davis

Trumpet - Carmell Jones

 

Producer - Joachim Ernst Berendt

Recorded By - Willi Fruth

Composed By - Nathan Davis (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B4)

Engineer - Rolf Donner

 

Recorded September 1., 1965 at SABA Tonstudio Villingen.

Eugen Cicero "Ciceros Chopin"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 068 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Peter Witte
Drums - Charly Antolini
Piano - Eugen Cicero

 

Recorded: December 1965, SABA-Tonstudio, Villingen

Elsie Bianchi Trio "The Sweetest Sound"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 069 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style: 

 

Credits

Bass - Siro Bianchi

Drums - Charly Antolini

Piano, Vocals - Elsie Bianchi

 

Recorded at SABA Ton Studios, Villingen, Germany on 25th November 1965.

Art van Damme "Mit Art Van Damme in San Francisco"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 073 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

 

Recorded: GOLDEN GATE STUDIO San Francisco January 1966

Charly Antolini "Drum Beat"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 086 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz, Hard Bop

 

Credits

Bass - Peter Witte

Drums - Charly Antolini

Piano, Organ, Arranged By - Dieter Reith

Saxophone [Alto] - Bernd Fischer

Saxophone [Baritone] - Johnny Feigl

Saxophone [Tenor] - Joki Freund

Trombone - Gerhard Lachmann

Trumpet - Conny Jackel

 

Recorded By - Willi Fruth

Producer [Recording Director] - Willi Fruth

Engineer - Rolf Donner

 

Liner Notes: Dr. Ulrich Ohlhausen

Cover: Michael Prasuhn

Photo: Manfred Schaeffer

Recorded at SABA-Tonstudio Villingen (Black Forest), June 12, 1966

Eugen Cicero "Swinging Tschaikowsky"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 087 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Peter Witte
Drums - Charly Antolini
Piano - Eugen Cicero

 

Produced by: Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Recording Director: Willy Fruth

Cover: Michael Prasuhn

Fotos: German Hasenfratz

Liner notes: Egbert Hoehl

 

Recorded: 16. und 17. Juni 1966, SABA-Tonstudio Villingen

Baden Powell "Tristeza On Guitar"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 090
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:  Samba, Latin Jazz

 

Credits

Agogô - Baden Powell (tracks: A2, A4, B4) , Copinha (tracks: A2, B4)
Bass - Sergio (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B5)
Drums - Milton Banana (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B4, B5)
Guitar - Baden Powell (tracks: A1 to B3, B5)
Guitar [Playback] - Baden Powell (tracks: A5, B2)
Pandeiro - Amauri Coelho (tracks: A2, A5, B4)
Percussion [Atabaque] - Alfredo Bessa (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B4) , Amauri Coelho (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B4)


Producer - Joachim E. Berendt , Wadi Gebara Netto
Engineer [Recording] - Dorival Reis , Paulo Nascimento

 

Recorded in Rio de Janeiro, June 1st 1966 at Studio Riosom S/A and June 2nd 1966 at Studio Atonal Ltda.

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Stuff Smith / Stephane Grapelly / Svend Asmussen / Jean-Luc Ponty "Violin-Summit"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 099 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style: 

 

Credits

Bass - Niels-Henning Örsted Pedersen

Drums - Axel Riehl

Piano - Kenny Drew

Violin - Jean-Luc Ponty , Stuff Smith , Stéphane Grappelli (tracks: Stepahne Grappelly) , Svend Asmussen

 

Engineer - Hans-Georg Brunner-Schwer

Liner Notes - Urs Ramseyer

Liner Notes, Producer - Joachim E. Berendt

Design - Gigi Berendt

 

Recorded "Jazz im Fauteuil" in Basel/ Switzerland, September 30th, 1966

Alexander von Schlippenbach "Globe Unity"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 109 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP,  Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style: Free Jazz

 

Credits

Bass [Left Channel] - Peter Kowald

Bass [Right Channel] - Buschi Niebergall

Clarinet [Bass], Flute - Gunter Hampel

Composed By, Conductor, Piano, Bells [Tubular], Percussion [Tam Tam], Gong - Alexander von Schlippenbach

Cornet, Flugelhorn - Manfred Schoof

Drums [Left Channel] - Jackie Liebezeit

Drums [Right Channel] - Mani Neumeier

Saxophone [Alto] - Peter Brötzmann

Saxophone [Baritone, Soprano] - Willem Breuker

Saxophone [Baritone] - Kris Wanders

Saxophone [Tenor] - Gerd Dudeck

Trumpet - Claude Deron

Tuba - Willi Lietzmann

 

Artwork By [Cover Design, Layout] - Gigi Berendt

Artwork By [Cover Painting] - Henry Garde

Engineer - Gert Lemnitz

Photography - Uwe Oldenburg

Producer - Joachim E. Berendt

Technician [Recording Director] - Willi Fruth

 

Recorded December 6/7, 1966 at Ariola Studio Cologne. First edition released in 1967 on SABA.

Comes in a gatefold-sleeve.

Milt Buckner "Play Chords"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 110 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Milt Buckner - piano

Jimmy Woode - bass

Jo Jones - drums

 

Produced and recorded by Hans Gerorg Brunner-Schwer

 

Recorded SABA Studio Villingen / Black Forrest, November 16th 1966

Attila Zoller "Katz & Maus"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 112 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP,  Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style: 


Credits:

Bass - Barre Phillips , Ron Carter

Drums - Bobby Thomas

Guitar - Attila Zoller

Piano - Albert Dailey

Trumpet - Jimmy Owens

 

Subtitles: Der Meistdiskutierte Film - Die Meistdiskutierte Filmmusik Des Jahres

 

Nach Einer Novelle Von Günter Grass.

Eine Hansjürgen Pohland Produktion Der Modern Art Film GmbH In Zusammenarbeit Mit Film Polski.

 

Recorded: New York, December, 14th And 15th, 1966

The Art van Damme Quintet "The Gentle Art Of Art"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 114 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP,  Stereo, FOC
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Accordion - Art Van Damme

Bass - Peter White

Drums - Charly Antolini

Guitar - Freddie Rundquist

Producer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Recorded By - Willi Fruth

Vibraphone - Heribert Thusek

 

Recorded: SABA-Tonstudio, Villingen/Black Forest, March 1967

Art van Damme "Ecstasy"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 115 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Accordion - Art Van Damme

Bass - Peter White

Drums - Charly Antolini

Guitar - Freddie Rundquist

Vibraphone - Heribert Thusek

 

Producer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Recorded By - Willi Fruth

 

Recorded: SABA-Tonstudio, Villingen/Black Forest, March 1967

Jonny Teupen "Play Harp"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 117 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Jimmy Woode Jr. , John Fischer (3)

Drums - Kenny Clarke , Stuff Combe

Flute - Sahib Shihab

Harp - Jonny Teupen

Harpsichord - Francis Coppieters

Vocals - Blanche Birdsong

 

Recorded: SABA-Studio Villingen Im Schwarzwald

Eurodisc-Studio Köln

Oct. 66

Orchester Ambros Seelos "Your Favorites"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 119 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Ambros Seelos

Dixi Grünewald

Willy Uebelherr

Silvester Levai

Huub Dackus

Roland Überbacher

Horst Michalke

Gustav Brom "Swinging The Jazz"
Label: SABA, Speakers Corner Records
Catalog#: SB 15 122 ST, 159 844-1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 2000
Genre: Jazz
Style:  Modal

 

Credits

Double Bass - Imre Moži

Drums - Václav Skála

Orchestra - Gustav Brom Big Band

Organ - Josef Blaha (tracks: B1)

Piano - Josef Blaha

Saxophone [Alto] - František Navrátil

Saxophone [Baritone] - Josef Audes

Saxophone [Tenor] - Bronislav Horák , Zdeněk Novák

Trombone [Instrument Uncredited] - Josef Pelc , Mojmír Bartek

Trumpet - Alfa Šmíd , Artur Pavlíček , Jaromír Hnilička

Vibraphone - Alfa Šmíd (tracks: B6)

Vocals - Helena Blehárová (tracks: A4, B4)

 

Artwork By [Cover] - Gus Ramp Agency

Artwork By [Layout] - C. Revellio KG

Conductor - Gustav Brom

Engineer [Recording] - Rolf Donner

Photography - Miloš Budík

Producer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] - Willi Fruth

Liner Notes - Dr. Lubomir Dorůžka

 

Recorded at SABA-Tonstudio, Villingen, Februar 1967

 

Swinging The Jazz mit der tschechischen Big Band Gustav Brom

[full release title on front cover]

 

Special note: both trombonists are erroneously credited as trumpet players on back cover, probably a typesetter’s error.

Uncredited: reissued by Speakers Corner Records, December 2000

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

Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, 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, Album, 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

Francy Boland "Flirt and dream"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 136 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:  Modal

 

Credits

Bass - Jimmy Woode
Conductor [Strings] - Fernand Terby , René Costy , Roger Speguel
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Engineer - Wolfgang Hirschmann
Percussion - Fats Sadi , Jean Warland
Piano - Francy Boland
Producer - Gigi Campi
Trombone - Åke Persson, Nat Peck


Recorded at Decca studios in Brussels, May 28th, 1967.

String section is credited as "21 Strings" on the sleeve.

Francy Boland "Out Of The Background"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 137
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:  Hard Bop, Modal

 

Credits

Bass - Jimmy Woode Jr.
Bongos - Fats Sadi (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B3, B5)
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Piano - Francy Boland


Composed By - Francy Boland (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B2, B5)
Producer - Gigi Campi
Engineer [Recording] - Wolfgang Hirschmann

 

Recorded in Cologne, Germany, February 18th, 1967.

Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band "Sax No End"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 138
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bongos - Fats Sadi
Double Bass - Jimmy Woode
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Piano - Francy Boland
Saxophone [Alto] - Derek Humble
Saxophone [Baritone] - Sahib Shihab
Saxophone [Tenor] - Johnny Griffin , Carl Drevo, Ronnie Scott
Trombone - Åke Persson, Eric van Lier , Nat Peck
Trumpet - Benny Bailey , Idrees Sulieman , Jimmy Deuchar , Shake Keane

 

Composed By - Francy Boland (tracks: A1 to B1, B4)

Arranged By - Francy Boland

Engineer [Recording] - Wolfgang Hirschmann
Leader [Co-leader] - Francy Boland , Kenny Clarke

Producer - Gigi Campi

 

Recorded June 18th 1967 at Rhenus Studios, Cologne.

Pedro Iturralde Quintet Featuring Paco De Lucia "Flamenco-Jazz"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 143 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1968
Genre: Jazz, Latin
Style: Flamenco, Modal

 

Credits

Bass - Erich Peter
Drums - Peer Wyboris
Guitar [Flamenco] - Paco de Lucía
Photography - Josef Werkmeister
Piano - Paul Grassl
Saxophone [Tenor] - Pedro Iturralde
Trombone - Dino Piana


Producer - Joachim E. Berendt
Engineer - Guenther Topel

 

Recorded in Berlin, November 3, 1967. Released in Saba's "Jazz meets the World" -series.

Orchester Ambros Seelos "Beat And Sweet"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 144 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Horst Michalke

Drums - Huub Dackus

Piano, Organ - Silvester Levai

Saxophone - Ambros Seelos

Tenor Saxophone, Violin - Roland Überbacher

Trombone - Georges Delagaye

Trumpet - Dieter Grünewald

Tony Scott And The Indonesian Allstars "Djanger Bali"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 145 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Yopi Chen

Clarinet - Tony Scott

Drums - Benny Mustafa

Guitar - Jack Lesmana

Piano, Zither [Ketjapi] - Bubi Chen

Saxophone [Tenor], Flute, Vocals - Marjono

 

Producer - Joachim Ernst Berendt

Engineer - Rolf Donner

 

Recorded at SABA Tonstudio, Villingen, Black Forest on the 27th and 28th of October, 1967. Part of Saba's Jazz Meets The World -series.

Baden Powell "Poema On Guitar"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 150
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:  Samba, Latin Jazz

 

Credits

Bass - Eberhard Weber (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, B4)
Drums - Charlie Antolini (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B3, B4)
Flute - Sidney Smith (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B4)
Guitar - Baden Powell


Producer - Joachim E. Berendt
Artwork By [Cover, Layout] - Heinz Bähr
Photography - German Hasenfratz , J. Werkmeister
Engineer [Recording Director] - Willi Fruth
Engineer [Recording] - Rolf Donner

 

Recorded November 11th, 1967, SABA Tonstudio Villingen, Black Forest, Germany

Eugen Cicero "Romantic Swings"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 156
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: 1967
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Peter Witte
Drums - Charly Antolini
Piano - Eugen Cicero


Recording Director - Willi Fruth
Producer, Engineer [Recording] - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Karel Velebny, Nonet SHQ & Woodwinds "Nonet"
Label: SABA
Catalog#: SB 15 160 ST
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Karel Vejvoda
Bassoon - Pavel Zedník
Clarinet [Bass] - Miroslav Krysl
Drums - Josef Vejvoda
Flute - Jiri Stivín
French Horn - Milos Petr
Oboe - Vlastimil Kála
Other [Liner Notes] - Stanislav Titzl
Piano - Ludek Svábensky
Vibraphone - Karel Velebny


Artwork By [Cover Design] - Heinz Bähr
Engineer - Rolf Donner
Photography [Cover] - Peter Baugatz
Producer - Willi Fruth


Recorded: February 20, 1968 at SABA-Tonstudio, Villingen, Black Forest.

 

[On the labels, the group is credited as "SHQ & Woodwind Quintet", and the album title is clearly printed as "Nonet". The front cover is less clear about the title. The liner notes refer to the whole group generally as "SHQ".]

 

[SPECIAL NOTE - tracks B2, B3 and B4 are incorrectly sequenced both on the cover and on the label. Compare also to the actual track length and the track descriptions in the German liner notes.


The correct track listing as actually pressed on vinyl is:
B2 - The Song Of The One-Armed Man
B3 - The Summer's Strange End
B4 - Amaze And Conjure


Additionally, "Amaze And Conjure" is misspelled on the cover as "Amazone And Conjure".]

Orchester Roland Kovac "Trip To The Mars"
Label: SABA, Speakers Corner Records
Catalog#: SB 15 165
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Funk / Soul, Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz, Space-Age, Jazz-Funk

 

Credits

Bass [Uncredited] - Johnny Fisher (2)

Composed By, Arranged By, Conductor, Producer - Roland Kovac

Drums [Uncredited] - Jimmy Pratt

Percussion [Uncredited] - Stuff Combe

Piano [Uncredited] - Francis Coppieters

Saxophone [Uncredited] - Derek Humble

Trombone [Uncredited] - Cliff Hardy

Trumpet [Uncredited] - Jimmy Deuchar

 

German reissue of the original 1968 german Saba LP.

Novi Quartet "Novi In Wonderland"
Label: SABA, Speakers Corner Records
Catalog#: SB 15 169
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released:
Genre: Jazz
Style:

 

Credits

Bass - Roman Dylag

Drums - Billy Brooks

Piano - Adam Matyszkowicz

Saxophone [Alto] - Zbigniew Namyslowski

Trumpet - Idrees Sulieman

Vocals - Bernard Kawka , Ewa Wanat , Janusz Mych , Waldemar Parzynski

 

Producer - Joachim E. Berendt

Engineer [Recording] - Rolf Donner

Arranged By - Bernard Kawka (tracks: A1, A4, B3, B5) , Waldemar Parzynski (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2, B4)

Composed By - Bernard Kawka (tracks: A1, B3, B5)

 

Recorded at SABA Tonstudio, Villingen/Black Forest, February 22nd, 23rd, 1968.