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Red Onion Jazz Band*, Georgie Fame Quartet, Manfred Schoof QuintetJazz Jamboree 67 Vol. 2

Label:Polskie Nagrania Muza – XL 0444
Series:Jazz Jamboree – 67 Vol. 2
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Vinyl, LP, Mono
Country:Poland
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Genre:Jazz
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Tracklist

A1Red Onion Jazz Band*Saratoga Shout
Written-ByL. Russell*
A2Red Onion Jazz Band*Stardust
Written-ByH. Carmichael*
A3Red Onion Jazz Band*Washboard Wiggles
Written-ByT. Permigan*
A4Red Onion Jazz Band*Black And Tan Fantasy
Written-ByD. Ellington*
A5Red Onion Jazz Band*Flat Foot Floogie
Written-ByGreen*, Steward*, Gaillard*
A6Red Onion Jazz Band*Jersey Lightning
Written-ByLouis Russell*
A7Red Onion Jazz Band*Don't Mean A Thing
Written-ByD. Ellington*
B1Georgie Fame QuartetTry My World
Written-ByPowell*, Landesman*
B2Georgie Fame QuartetYeh, Yeh
Written-ByHendricks*, Patrick*, Grant*
B3Manfred Schoof QuintetOleo
Bass [Uncredited]Buschi Niebergall
Drums [Uncredited]Han Bennink
Piano [Uncredited]Alexander von Schlippenbach
Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited]Evan Parker
Trumpet [Uncredited]Manfred Schoof
Written-ByS. Rollins*
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The line-up for B3 is dubious (see comments below).

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  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): M-3 XW-915
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): M-3 XW-916
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Other (Retail price): 80 zł

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callen
There is some question on the Schoof track. Mats Gustafsson has claimed it is Parker and Bennink. The usual tenor saxophonist for this group at the time was Gerd Dudek and to me it sounds more like Dudek (I have everything this band recorded). If it is Evan Parker, his playing is uncharacteristic for this vintage and sounds even cleaner and more confident than a year or two later with Broetzmann and Tony Oxley (cf. 1967 recs with John Stevens). Sven-Åke Johansson is clearly the drummer - that is unquestionably the case.