Film, Video Jazz gehort und gesehen AMERICAN FOLK BLUES FESTIVAL

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Jazz gehort und gesehen
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AMERICAN FOLK BLUES FESTIVAL
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AMERICAN FOLK BLUES FESTIVAL
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Peter Lilienthal, Rainer Bertram, Alexander Arnz, Harald Schäfer, Michael Blackwood, Gianni Paggi, Horst Lippmann (21), Bob Rooyens, Joaquim-Ernst Berendt, Walter Huhn, Janusz Majewski (director)
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West Germany/ Belgium/Poland.
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-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  9. "Fontessa" by John Lewis. 11. "Far away blues"; "I'm walking with the king"; "Burgundy Street Blues" by George Lewis; "Running wild" by Joe Grey, Leo Wood, A. Harrington Gibbs; "Mahogany Hall stomp" by Spencer Williams, performed by George Lewis and his New Orleans Band. 21. (a) "Way down yonder in New Orleans" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton; "C-jam blues" by Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard; "Sugar" by Maceo Pinkard, Sidney D. Mitchell; "Lover, come back to me" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg; "Jazz train blues"; "When your lover has gone" by E. A. Swan. (b) "Broadway" by Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson; "Summertime" by Du Bose Heyward, George Gershwin; "Drumstick"; "Little fugue". 22. (See JAZZTAGE BERLIN 1961). 24. "My favorite things" by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II; "Ev'rytime we say goodbye" by Cole Porter; "Impressions" by John Coltrane. 26. a) "Call me when you need me"; b) "Whoopin' the blues", "Stranger blues"; c) "The blues is everywhere"; d) "Nervous", "Don't throw your love on me so strong"; f) "The blues ain't nothin' but a woman". 31. a) "Another night to cry"; b) "Mean stepfather"; c) "Nine below zero"; d) "Spann's blues" by Otis Spann; e) "Got my mojo working" by McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters); f) "Bye bye blues"; g) "Black snake blues"; h) "Every day I have the blues" by Peter Chatman (Memphis Slim); "Sittin' and cryin' the blues"; "Murphy's boogie" by Matt "Guitar" Murphy. 34. a) "Weak brain and narrow mind"; b) "Bye bye bird"; c) "My younger days", "Come on home baby"; d) "Mojo hand"; e) "Shake for me", "I'll be back some day"; "Love me darlin'". 35. "Eh, la bas"; "Oh! didn't he ramble" by Bob Cole, J. Rosamond Johnson; "That's a-plenty" by Lew Pollack; "Basin Street blues" by Spencer Williams. 36. "Buzzy", "My little suede shoes", "Now's the time" by Charlie Parker; "Lover man" by Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman. 39. a) "Hobo blues"; b) "Five long years" by Eddie Boyd; "Out of sight"; c) "Shakey's blues" by Walter "Shakey" Horton; d) "Going down to the river"; e) "Down home shakedown", "Hound dog" by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller; f) "Gulfport boogie"; g) "Feel so good". 42. a) "I can't quit you baby"; b) "Women be wise"; c) "Hoodoo man blues"; d) "Tall heavy mama"; f) "Flip, flop and fly" by Charles Calhoun, Lou Willie Turner. 43. "Take the ‘A' train" by Billy Strayhorn; "Forty days", "I'm in a dancing mood", "Koto song" by Dave Brubeck; "Take five" by Paul Desmond. 44. a) "All night long", "Crow Jane"; b) "Got sick and tired"; c) "Death letter blues" by and performed by Son House; d) "Wild about you"; e) "Wang dang doodle" by Willie Dixon; f) "Stranger blues", "Burnt child (Afraid of fire)", "Gonna move across the river". 47. "Agitation" by Miles Davis; "Footprints" by Wayne Shorter; "I fall in love too easily" by Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne; "Walkin'" by Richard Carpenter; "Gingerbread boy" by Jimmy Heath; "NY theme" by Kenny Dorham. 49. d) "Long distance call", "Got my mojo working" by McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters). 52. "For once in my life" by Ronald Miller, Orlando Murden; "Don't explain" by Arthur Herzog Jr., Billie Holiday; "The Turk" by Francey Boland. 55. c) "Earl's boogie". 57. "Faces" by Francy Boland. (Songs)
-  1. (1955) The Chet Baker Quartet, Claus Ogerman, Maurice Vander, Friedrich Gulda, Herbert Hess, The Two Beat Stompers. 2. (1956) "Jazz mit Laien". Prize winners from amateur jazz festivals. 3. (1956) "Amateure im SWF-JazzKeller". Further amateur prize winners. 4. (1957) Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Armand Gordon and his Dixielanders; Joki Freund and his All Stars, with Hans Koller, Albert Mangelsdorff, Emil Mangelsdorff; Lex Humphrey, drums. 5. (1957) "Jazz in Germany before 1945". Carlo Bohlänger, Ch. Tabor, Emil Mangelsdorff, Eugen Henkel, Paul Martin, Louis Freischel, Dr. Hans Otto Jung, Fritz Schulz-Reichel, Wenzel Rossmaisel, Freddy Brocksieper, Hans Podehl. 6. (1957) "JazzKonzert auf der Dt. Funk und Fernsehausstellung, Festhalle, Frankfurt". Deutsche All Stars, Eddie Sauter and his Orchestra, The Spree City Stompers. 7. (1957) "Jazz auf dem Donaueschinger Musikfest 1957". The Modern Jazz Quartet, André Hodeir et son Jazz Groupe de Paris, Eddie Sauter and his Orchestra. 8. (1958) "Prize winners from amateur Jazz Festivals". The Feetwarmers, James W. Parks, Egon Dötsch Quartett. 9. (1958) "Fontessa" - The Modern Jazz Quartet. The Stan Getz-Donald Byrd Quintet:- Donald Byrd, trumpet; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Hans Hammerschmid, piano; Doug Watkins, acoustic double bass; Art Taylor, drums. Hans Koller. Stan Kenton and his Orchestra with June Christy, vocal. Ballet 58 des Étoiles de Paris, Harry Kramers Mechanical Ballet. 10. (1958) "Jazz - Die neue Hausmusik". Further prize winners from amateur jazz festivals - M. J. Group Freiburg, Oimel Jazz Youngsters Hamburg, Bucktown Six Wiesbaden, Bertlanders Berlin. 11. (1959) George Lewis and his New Orleans Jazz Band:- Kid Howard, cornet, vocal; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Joe Robichaux, piano; Slow Drag Pavagau, acoustic double bass; Joe Watkins, drums. The Oscar Pettiford Trio, with Attila Zoller, electrc guitar, Jimmy Pratt, drums. 12. (1959) The Hans Koller Combo, with Martial Solal, piano; Fred Dutton, acoustic double bass; Hartwig Bartz, drums; Dick Howden. Jack Lidströms Dixielanders. 13. (1960) Prize winners from amateur jazz contests. M. J. Group Freiburg, Heinz Sauer-Trio. Klaus Doldinger, tenor sax. 14. (1960) "Der Klang von Miles Davis". The Miles Davis Sextet:- Miles Davis, trumpet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Paul Chambers, acoustic double bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums. Gil Evans and his Orchestra. 15. (1960) "Such Sweet Thunder" - From Brussels, a film of Maurice Béjart's ballet danced by the Ballet Théâtre de Paris to music by Duke Ellington. 16. (1960) Quincy Jones and his Orchestra in a relay from the Palais Egmont, Brussels. 17. (1961) "Deutsche Jazz-Amateure 1961". The Feetwarmers, Manfred Welsandt, Jürgen Ehlers, Helmuth Hauck, Joe Viera. 18. (1961) "Auf den Spuren des Jazz". Joachim-Ernst Berendt, with photos by William Claxton. 19. (1961) "Die Wiege des Jazz" - New Orleans. 20. (1961) "Die Europäischen All Stars" - Maffy Falay, Dusko Goykovich, Albert Mangelsdorff, Arne Domnerus, Hans Koller, Ronnie Ross, Sadi Lallemand, Franco Cerri, Martial Solal, Erik Amundsen, William Schiöpffe, Monika Zetterlund. 21. (10.09.61) The Newport All Stars :- (a) Ruby Braff, trumpet; Pee Vic Dickenson, trombone; Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; George Wein, piano; Jimmy Woode, acoustic double bass; Buzzy Drootin, drums. + (b) Das Roland Kirk Quartett:- Roland Kirk, flute, tenor sax, stritch,manzello; René Urtreger, piano; Pierre Michelot, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. 22. (30th August 1961) "Fernsehkonzert der Funk- und Fernsehausstellung 1961 Berlin" - Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band. Billie Poole. The Eric Dolphy Quintet:- Benny Bailey, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, reeds; Pepsi Auer, piano; Jamil Nasser (George Joyner), acoustic double bass; Buster Smith, drums. 23. (1961) "Deutsche Jazz-Amateure 1961" - The Dixieland Swing Cats, Dieter Goetze-Trio, Spiritual-Studio Düsseldorf, Fritz Kiesewetter. 24. (1961) "Avantgarde in Jazz" - The John Coltrane Quintet:- John Coltrane, soprano sax, tenor sax; Eric Dolphy, flute, alto sax; McCoy Tyner, piano; Reggie Workman, acoustic double bass; Elvin Jones, drums. 25. (1962) "Jazz aus Jugoslawien" - The Radio Belgrade Big Band, Bora Rokovic Quartet; The Zagreb Jazz Quartet. 26. (1962) "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Aaron T-Bone Walker, guitar; Shakey Jake, vocal. b) Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocal; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal. c) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Aaron T-Bone Walker, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Jump Jackson, drums. d) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Aaron T-Bone Walker, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Jump Jackson, drums. e) John Lee Hooker. f) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Sonny Terry, harmonica; Aaron T-Bone Walker, Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Jump Jackson, drums; Helen Humes, vocal. 27. (1963) "Deutsche All Stars" - Michael Naura-Quintett, The Feetwarmers, Konnie Jackel, Albert Mangelsdorff, Emil Mangelsdorff, Hans Koller, Helmut Brandt, Rolf Kühn, W. Schlüter, Joki Freund, Inge Brandenburg. 29. (1963) The Cannonball Adderley Sextet. 30. (1963) "Kleines Kammerkonzert in Jazz" - The Mitchell-Ruff Trio, Albert Mangelsdorff, Hans Koller, Jeanne Lee, Ran Blake. 31. (1963) "American Folk Blues Festival 1963". From Kurhaus, Baden-Baden:- a) Lonnie Johnson, guitar, vocal; Otis Spann, piano; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums. b) Big Joe Williams, guitar, vocal. c) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Otis Spann, piano; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums. d) Otis Spann, piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums. e) Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), vocal; Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Otis Spann, piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Bill Stepney, drums. f) Otis Spann, Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Big Joe Williams, guitar, vocal; Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Bill Stepney, drums; Victoria Spivey, Lonnie Johnson, Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), vocal. g) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica; Lonnie Johnson, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums; Victoria Spivey, vocal. h) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Bill Stepney, drums. 32. (1964) "Albert Mangelsdorff in Asia". 33. (1964) "Jazz in Polen" (dir: Janusz Majewski):- The Zbigniew Namyslowski Quartet; The Warsaw Stompers; The Andrzej Trzaskowski Quintet; The Krzysztof Komeda Quintet, with Tomasz Stanko, trumpet; Krzysztof Komeda, piano; The Ptaszyn Wroblewski Quartet; Krzysztof Sadowski's Bossa Nova Combo; Andrzej Kurylewicz, trombone; Jerzy Matuszkiewicz, alto sax; Jerzy Milian, vibraphone; Edward Dylag, acoustic double bass; Tadeusz Fedorowski, drums. 34. (1964) "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Willie Dixon, guitar, vocal. b) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal. c) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Sunnyland Slim, piano; Hubert Sumlin, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Clifton James, drums. d) Lightnin' Hopkins, guitar, vocal; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Clifton James, drums; John Henry Barbee, intro. e) Howlin' Wolf (Chester Burnett), guitar, vocal; Sunnyland Slim, piano; Hubert Sumlin, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Clifton James, drums; Mae Mercer, intro. f) Sleepy John Estes. 35. (1964) The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band:- Joshua "Jack" Willis, trumpet; Waldron "Frog" Joseph, trombone; Joseph "Cornbread" Thomas, clarinet, vocal; Jeannette Kimball, piano; Albert French, banjo, vocal; Frank Fields, acoustic double bass; Louis Barbarin, drums. 36. (1964) "In Memoriam Charlie Parker" - Howard McGhee, trumpet; J. J. Johnson, trombone; Sonny Stitt, alto sax; Walter Bishop Jr, piano; Tommy Potter, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. (Recorded on 26th September 1964 in Berlin). 37. (1965) "American Spiritual and Gospel Festival" - The Original Five Blind Boys from Mississippi, Inez Andrews and her Andrewettes, Bishop Kelsey and his Congregation of the Temple Church of God and Christ. 38. (1965) "Piano-Workshop" - From the Berlin Philharmonie during the Berlin Jazztage:- Earl Hines, Lennie Tristano, Teddy Wilson, Bill Evans, Jaki Byard, John Lewis. 39. (1965) "4th American Folk Blues Festival":- a) John Lee Hooker, guitar, vocal. b) Eddie Boyd, piano, vocal; Buddy Guy, guitar; Lonesome Jimmy Lee, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. c) Walter "Shakey" Horton, harmonica; Eddie Boyd, piano; Buddy Guy, guitar; Lonesome Jimmy Lee, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. d) Mississippi Fred McDowell, guitar, vocal. e) "Big Mama" Thornton, vocal; Walter "Shakey" Horton, J. B. Lenoir, Doctor Ross, John Lee Hooker, harmonica; Eddie Boyd, piano; Buddy Guy, guitar; Lonesome Jimmy Lee Robinson, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. f) Roosevelt Sykes, piano, vocal. g) Dr. Isaiah Ross, harmonica, guitar, drums, vocal. 40. (1966) "Spiritual und Gospel-Festival" - From Der Epiphaniaskirche Mannheim-Feudenheim:- Dorothy Norwood, Bishop Kelsey, The Harmonising Four Gospelaires, Rev Little. 41. (1966) "Jazz in der Tschechoslowakei" - The Jazz Studio Prague, The Bratislava Dixieland Band, The S. + H. Quartet, Helena Bleharova, The G. Brom Orchestra, The Karel Krautgartner Big Band, The Jan Hammer Trio. 42. (1966) "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Otis Rush, guitar, vocal; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. b) Sippie Wallace, vocal; Little Brother Montgomery, piano; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. c) Junior Wells, harmonica, vocal; Otis Rush, guitar; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. d) Roosevelt Sykes, piano, vocal; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. e) Robert Pete Williams, Yank Rachell, Sleepy John Estes, Joe Turner. f) Little Brother Montgomery, piano; Otis Rush, guitar; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums; Big Joe Turner, vocal. 43. The Dave Brubeck Quartet:- Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano, leader, master of ceremonies; Gene Wright, acoustic double bass; Joe Morello, drums. 44. (1967) "Harlem Tap Dance Festival". "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Skip James, guitar, vocal. b) Bukka White (Booker T. Washington White), guitar, vocal. c) Son House (Eddie J. House, Jr), guitar, vocal. d) Little Walter, harmonica; Hound Dog Taylor, guitar, vocal; Dillard Crume, acoustic double bass, vocal; Odie Payne, drums, vocal. e) Little Walter, harmonica; Hound Dog Taylor, guitar; Dillard Crume, acoustic double bass, vocal; Odie Payne, drums, vocal; KoKo Taylor, vocal. f) Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocal; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal. 45. (1967) From Karlsruhe, The Dave Brubeck Quartet:- Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, acoustic double bass; Joe Morello, drums; with Rufus Harley, bagpipes. 46. (1967) "Carneval mit Woody Herman und seinem Orchester" - From Kurhaus, Baden-Baden, Woody Herman and his Orchestra, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, with George Lewis. 47. (07.11.67) "Das Miles Davis Quintett":- Miles Davis, trumpet; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, piano; Ron Carter, acoustic double bass; Tony Williams, drums. 48. (1968) "Guitar Workshop" - From Berlin Jazztage (q.v.) - Elmer Snowden, Buddy Guy, Baden Powell, Larry Coryell, Barney Kessel, Jim Hall. The Gary Burton Quartet. 49. (1968) "History of Soul" - From Berlin Jazztage a) The Stars of Faith, b) Joe Simon, c) The Horace Silver Quintet; d) Otis Spann, piano; Paul Oscher, harmonica; Luther "Snake" Johnson, Pee Wee Madison, guitar; Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), guitar, vocal; Sonny Wimberley, acoustic double bass; S.P.Leary, drums. 50. (1969) "Drum Workshop" - From Berlin Jazztage, Art Blakey, Sunny Murray, Max Roach, Elvin Jones, with Bill Hardman, trumpet. 51. (1969) "Monk in Europa" - Thelonious Monk, with Ray Copeland, Jimmy Cleveland, Phil Woods, Johnny Griffin, Charlie Rouse, Ben Riley. 52. (1969) "The Clarke Boland Big Band:- Idrees Sulieman, Jimmy Deuchar, Benny Bailey, Manfred Schoof, trumpet; Nat Peck, Åke Persson, Eric van Lier, trombone; Sahib Shihab, Derek Humble, Tony Coe, Johnny Griffin, Ronnie Scott, reeds; Francy Boland, piano, leader; acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums, leader; Carmen McRae, vocal. 53. (1969) "Jazz Aleman" - Albert Mangelsdorff on tour in South America. 54. (1969) "Gary Burton Quartett auf den Berliner Jazztagen":- Gary Burton, vibraphone; Larry Coryell, guitar; Steve Swallow, acoustic double bass; Bobby Moses, drums. 55. (1969) "Tribute to Ellington" - From Berlin Jazztage:- a) Lionel Hampton and his Band, b) The Newport All Stars; c) Earl Hooker, guitar, vocal; Mack Thompson, acoustic double bass; Robert St. Julien, drums; Thelonious Monk, piano. 56. (1969) "Noon in Tunisia" - Don Cherry, trumpet; Sahib Shihab, soprano sax; George Gruntz, piano; Henri Texier, acoustic double bass; Daniel Humair, drums. 57. (1970) "Faces Sixteen Men and Their Music" - From Hazyland, Zürich, The Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band:- Benny Bailey, Dusko Goykovic, Derek Watkins, trumpet; Art Farmer, trumpet, fluegel horn; Åke Persson, Nat Peck, Eric van Lier, trombone; Derek Humble, alto sax; Ronnie Scott, Johnny Griffin, Tony Coe, tenor sax; Sahib Shihab, baritone sax, flute; Francy Boland, piano; Jimmy Woode, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, Kenny Clare, drums. 58. (1970) "Globe Unity Orchestra" from Berliner Jazztage 1970 (q.v.). 59. (1971) "The North Texas Lab Band". 60. (1971) "European All Stars in Japan" - Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; John Surman, reeds; Francy Boland, piano; Eddy Louiss, organ; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, acoustic double bass; Jean-Luc Ponty, violin; Daniel Humair, drums; Karin Krog, vocal. 61. (1971) From Berlin Jazztage, Sun Ra and his Intergalactic Research Arkestra. 62. (1971) From Berlin Jazztage, Hino Quintet, Sugar Cane Harris. 63. (1971) From Berlin Jazztage, The Earl Hines Quartet. 64. (1972) From Baden-Baden Free Jazztage 1970, Don Cherry. 65. (1972) "Mahalia Jackson-Gedenksendung". 66. (1972) From Berlin Jazztage, "New Violin Summit". 67. (1972) From Berlin Jazztage, Ali Akbar Khan, John Handy. 68. (1972) "Louis Armstrong - Mythos des Jazz". Gedenksendung. 69. (1973) "Now Music Night" - From Berlin Jazztage. 70. (1973) "Afrika Now - Afrika Heute" - From München, Art Blakey, Ginger Baker. 71. (1973) "The Art of the Solo" - From München, Ornette Coleman, reeds; Alex Blake, acoustic double bass; Pierre Favre, drums. 72. (1974) "Duke Ellington Gedächtnis-Sendung". (Personnel on Camera)
-  The dates quoted are those of German tv transmission, not necessarily recording dates. Several episodes from this series have been retitled over the years and re-issued as individual programmes. Similarly, some episodes were bought-in from outside production companies and shown as if made specially for the series. Some of the obvious films of this nature have been excluded from this listing but are shown elsewhere under their original titles. 21. Recorded in April 1961 in SWF-TV-Studio, Baden-Baden. 24. Recorded 4th December 1961 in Baden-Baden. 35. Recorded in September 1964 in Berlin. 43. Recorded on 6th November 1966 in Karlsruhe. 46. + 47. Recorded on 7th November 1967 in the Stadthalle, Karlsruhe.
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motion picture | Made-for-TV series. 9. "Fontessa" by John Lewis. 11. "Far away blues"; "I'm walking with the king"; "Burgundy Street Blues" by George Lewis; "Running wild" by Joe Grey, Leo Wood, A. Harrington Gibbs; "Mahogany Hall stomp" by Spencer Williams, performed by George Lewis and his New Orleans Band. 21. (a) "Way down yonder in New Orleans" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton; "C-jam blues" by Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard; "Sugar" by Maceo Pinkard, Sidney D. Mitchell; "Lover, come back to me" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg; "Jazz train blues"; "When your lover has gone" by E. A. Swan. (b) "Broadway" by Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson; "Summertime" by Du Bose Heyward, George Gershwin; "Drumstick"; "Little fugue". 22. (See JAZZTAGE BERLIN 1961). 24. "My favorite things" by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II; "Ev'rytime we say goodbye" by Cole Porter; "Impressions" by John Coltrane. 26. a) "Call me when you need me"; b) "Whoopin' the blues", "Stranger blues"; c) "The blues is everywhere"; d) "Nervous", "Don't throw your love on me so strong"; f) "The blues ain't nothin' but a woman". 31. a) "Another night to cry"; b) "Mean stepfather"; c) "Nine below zero"; d) "Spann's blues" by Otis Spann; e) "Got my mojo working" by McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters); f) "Bye bye blues"; g) "Black snake blues"; h) "Every day I have the blues" by Peter Chatman (Memphis Slim); "Sittin' and cryin' the blues"; "Murphy's boogie" by Matt "Guitar" Murphy. 34. a) "Weak brain and narrow mind"; b) "Bye bye bird"; c) "My younger days", "Come on home baby"; d) "Mojo hand"; e) "Shake for me", "I'll be back some day"; "Love me darlin'". 35. "Eh, la bas"; "Oh! didn't he ramble" by Bob Cole, J. Rosamond Johnson; "That's a-plenty" by Lew Pollack; "Basin Street blues" by Spencer Williams. 36. "Buzzy", "My little suede shoes", "Now's the time" by Charlie Parker; "Lover man" by Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman. 39. a) "Hobo blues"; b) "Five long years" by Eddie Boyd; "Out of sight"; c) "Shakey's blues" by Walter "Shakey" Horton; d) "Going down to the river"; e) "Down home shakedown", "Hound dog" by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller; f) "Gulfport boogie"; g) "Feel so good". 42. a) "I can't quit you baby"; b) "Women be wise"; c) "Hoodoo man blues"; d) "Tall heavy mama"; f) "Flip, flop and fly" by Charles Calhoun, Lou Willie Turner. 43. "Take the ‘A' train" by Billy Strayhorn; "Forty days", "I'm in a dancing mood", "Koto song" by Dave Brubeck; "Take five" by Paul Desmond. 44. a) "All night long", "Crow Jane"; b) "Got sick and tired"; c) "Death letter blues" by and performed by Son House; d) "Wild about you"; e) "Wang dang doodle" by Willie Dixon; f) "Stranger blues", "Burnt child (Afraid of fire)", "Gonna move across the river". 47. "Agitation" by Miles Davis; "Footprints" by Wayne Shorter; "I fall in love too easily" by Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne; "Walkin'" by Richard Carpenter; "Gingerbread boy" by Jimmy Heath; "NY theme" by Kenny Dorham. 49. d) "Long distance call", "Got my mojo working" by McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters). 52. "For once in my life" by Ronald Miller, Orlando Murden; "Don't explain" by Arthur Herzog Jr., Billie Holiday; "The Turk" by Francey Boland. 55. c) "Earl's boogie". 57. "Faces" by Francy Boland. (Songs). 1. (1955) The Chet Baker Quartet, Claus Ogerman, Maurice Vander, Friedrich Gulda, Herbert Hess, The Two Beat Stompers. 2. (1956) "Jazz mit Laien". Prize winners from amateur jazz festivals. 3. (1956) "Amateure im SWF-JazzKeller". Further amateur prize winners. 4. (1957) Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Armand Gordon and his Dixielanders; Joki Freund and his All Stars, with Hans Koller, Albert Mangelsdorff, Emil Mangelsdorff; Lex Humphrey, drums. 5. (1957) "Jazz in Germany before 1945". Carlo Bohlänger, Ch. Tabor, Emil Mangelsdorff, Eugen Henkel, Paul Martin, Louis Freischel, Dr. Hans Otto Jung, Fritz Schulz-Reichel, Wenzel Rossmaisel, Freddy Brocksieper, Hans Podehl. 6. (1957) "JazzKonzert auf der Dt. Funk und Fernsehausstellung, Festhalle, Frankfurt". Deutsche All Stars, Eddie Sauter and his Orchestra, The Spree City Stompers. 7. (1957) "Jazz auf dem Donaueschinger Musikfest 1957". The Modern Jazz Quartet, André Hodeir et son Jazz Groupe de Paris, Eddie Sauter and his Orchestra. 8. (1958) "Prize winners from amateur Jazz Festivals". The Feetwarmers, James W. Parks, Egon Dötsch Quartett. 9. (1958) "Fontessa" - The Modern Jazz Quartet. The Stan Getz-Donald Byrd Quintet:- Donald Byrd, trumpet; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Hans Hammerschmid, piano; Doug Watkins, acoustic double bass; Art Taylor, drums. Hans Koller. Stan Kenton and his Orchestra with June Christy, vocal. Ballet 58 des Étoiles de Paris, Harry Kramers Mechanical Ballet. 10. (1958) "Jazz - Die neue Hausmusik". Further prize winners from amateur jazz festivals - M. J. Group Freiburg, Oimel Jazz Youngsters Hamburg, Bucktown Six Wiesbaden, Bertlanders Berlin. 11. (1959) George Lewis and his New Orleans Jazz Band:- Kid Howard, cornet, vocal; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Joe Robichaux, piano; Slow Drag Pavagau, acoustic double bass; Joe Watkins, drums. The Oscar Pettiford Trio, with Attila Zoller, electrc guitar, Jimmy Pratt, drums. 12. (1959) The Hans Koller Combo, with Martial Solal, piano; Fred Dutton, acoustic double bass; Hartwig Bartz, drums; Dick Howden. Jack Lidströms Dixielanders. 13. (1960) Prize winners from amateur jazz contests. M. J. Group Freiburg, Heinz Sauer-Trio. Klaus Doldinger, tenor sax. 14. (1960) "Der Klang von Miles Davis". The Miles Davis Sextet:- Miles Davis, trumpet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Paul Chambers, acoustic double bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums. Gil Evans and his Orchestra. 15. (1960) "Such Sweet Thunder" - From Brussels, a film of Maurice Béjart's ballet danced by the Ballet Théâtre de Paris to music by Duke Ellington. 16. (1960) Quincy Jones and his Orchestra in a relay from the Palais Egmont, Brussels. 17. (1961) "Deutsche Jazz-Amateure 1961". The Feetwarmers, Manfred Welsandt, Jürgen Ehlers, Helmuth Hauck, Joe Viera. 18. (1961) "Auf den Spuren des Jazz". Joachim-Ernst Berendt, with photos by William Claxton. 19. (1961) "Die Wiege des Jazz" - New Orleans. 20. (1961) "Die Europäischen All Stars" - Maffy Falay, Dusko Goykovich, Albert Mangelsdorff, Arne Domnerus, Hans Koller, Ronnie Ross, Sadi Lallemand, Franco Cerri, Martial Solal, Erik Amundsen, William Schiöpffe, Monika Zetterlund. 21. (10.09.61) The Newport All Stars :- (a) Ruby Braff, trumpet; Pee Vic Dickenson, trombone; Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; George Wein, piano; Jimmy Woode, acoustic double bass; Buzzy Drootin, drums. + (b) Das Roland Kirk Quartett:- Roland Kirk, flute, tenor sax, stritch,manzello; René Urtreger, piano; Pierre Michelot, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. 22. (30th August 1961) "Fernsehkonzert der Funk- und Fernsehausstellung 1961 Berlin" - Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band. Billie Poole. The Eric Dolphy Quintet:- Benny Bailey, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, reeds; Pepsi Auer, piano; Jamil Nasser (George Joyner), acoustic double bass; Buster Smith, drums. 23. (1961) "Deutsche Jazz-Amateure 1961" - The Dixieland Swing Cats, Dieter Goetze-Trio, Spiritual-Studio Düsseldorf, Fritz Kiesewetter. 24. (1961) "Avantgarde in Jazz" - The John Coltrane Quintet:- John Coltrane, soprano sax, tenor sax; Eric Dolphy, flute, alto sax; McCoy Tyner, piano; Reggie Workman, acoustic double bass; Elvin Jones, drums. 25. (1962) "Jazz aus Jugoslawien" - The Radio Belgrade Big Band, Bora Rokovic Quartet; The Zagreb Jazz Quartet. 26. (1962) "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Aaron T-Bone Walker, guitar; Shakey Jake, vocal. b) Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocal; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal. c) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Aaron T-Bone Walker, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Jump Jackson, drums. d) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Aaron T-Bone Walker, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Jump Jackson, drums. e) John Lee Hooker. f) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Sonny Terry, harmonica; Aaron T-Bone Walker, Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Jump Jackson, drums; Helen Humes, vocal. 27. (1963) "Deutsche All Stars" - Michael Naura-Quintett, The Feetwarmers, Konnie Jackel, Albert Mangelsdorff, Emil Mangelsdorff, Hans Koller, Helmut Brandt, Rolf Kühn, W. Schlüter, Joki Freund, Inge Brandenburg. 29. (1963) The Cannonball Adderley Sextet. 30. (1963) "Kleines Kammerkonzert in Jazz" - The Mitchell-Ruff Trio, Albert Mangelsdorff, Hans Koller, Jeanne Lee, Ran Blake. 31. (1963) "American Folk Blues Festival 1963". From Kurhaus, Baden-Baden:- a) Lonnie Johnson, guitar, vocal; Otis Spann, piano; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums. b) Big Joe Williams, guitar, vocal. c) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Otis Spann, piano; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums. d) Otis Spann, piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums. e) Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), vocal; Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Otis Spann, piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Bill Stepney, drums. f) Otis Spann, Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Big Joe Williams, guitar, vocal; Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Bill Stepney, drums; Victoria Spivey, Lonnie Johnson, Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), vocal. g) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica; Lonnie Johnson, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Bill Stepney, drums; Victoria Spivey, vocal. h) Memphis Slim (Peter Chatman), piano, vocal; Matt "Guitar" Murphy, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass, vocal; Bill Stepney, drums. 32. (1964) "Albert Mangelsdorff in Asia". 33. (1964) "Jazz in Polen" (dir: Janusz Majewski):- The Zbigniew Namyslowski Quartet; The Warsaw Stompers; The Andrzej Trzaskowski Quintet; The Krzysztof Komeda Quintet, with Tomasz Stanko, trumpet; Krzysztof Komeda, piano; The Ptaszyn Wroblewski Quartet; Krzysztof Sadowski's Bossa Nova Combo; Andrzej Kurylewicz, trombone; Jerzy Matuszkiewicz, alto sax; Jerzy Milian, vibraphone; Edward Dylag, acoustic double bass; Tadeusz Fedorowski, drums. 34. (1964) "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Willie Dixon, guitar, vocal. b) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal. c) Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, vocal; Sunnyland Slim, piano; Hubert Sumlin, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Clifton James, drums. d) Lightnin' Hopkins, guitar, vocal; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Clifton James, drums; John Henry Barbee, intro. e) Howlin' Wolf (Chester Burnett), guitar, vocal; Sunnyland Slim, piano; Hubert Sumlin, guitar; Willie Dixon, acoustic double bass; Clifton James, drums; Mae Mercer, intro. f) Sleepy John Estes. 35. (1964) The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band:- Joshua "Jack" Willis, trumpet; Waldron "Frog" Joseph, trombone; Joseph "Cornbread" Thomas, clarinet, vocal; Jeannette Kimball, piano; Albert French, banjo, vocal; Frank Fields, acoustic double bass; Louis Barbarin, drums. 36. (1964) "In Memoriam Charlie Parker" - Howard McGhee, trumpet; J. J. Johnson, trombone; Sonny Stitt, alto sax; Walter Bishop Jr, piano; Tommy Potter, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. (Recorded on 26th September 1964 in Berlin). 37. (1965) "American Spiritual and Gospel Festival" - The Original Five Blind Boys from Mississippi, Inez Andrews and her Andrewettes, Bishop Kelsey and his Congregation of the Temple Church of God and Christ. 38. (1965) "Piano-Workshop" - From the Berlin Philharmonie during the Berlin Jazztage:- Earl Hines, Lennie Tristano, Teddy Wilson, Bill Evans, Jaki Byard, John Lewis. 39. (1965) "4th American Folk Blues Festival":- a) John Lee Hooker, guitar, vocal. b) Eddie Boyd, piano, vocal; Buddy Guy, guitar; Lonesome Jimmy Lee, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. c) Walter "Shakey" Horton, harmonica; Eddie Boyd, piano; Buddy Guy, guitar; Lonesome Jimmy Lee, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. d) Mississippi Fred McDowell, guitar, vocal. e) "Big Mama" Thornton, vocal; Walter "Shakey" Horton, J. B. Lenoir, Doctor Ross, John Lee Hooker, harmonica; Eddie Boyd, piano; Buddy Guy, guitar; Lonesome Jimmy Lee Robinson, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. f) Roosevelt Sykes, piano, vocal. g) Dr. Isaiah Ross, harmonica, guitar, drums, vocal. 40. (1966) "Spiritual und Gospel-Festival" - From Der Epiphaniaskirche Mannheim-Feudenheim:- Dorothy Norwood, Bishop Kelsey, The Harmonising Four Gospelaires, Rev Little. 41. (1966) "Jazz in der Tschechoslowakei" - The Jazz Studio Prague, The Bratislava Dixieland Band, The S. + H. Quartet, Helena Bleharova, The G. Brom Orchestra, The Karel Krautgartner Big Band, The Jan Hammer Trio. 42. (1966) "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Otis Rush, guitar, vocal; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. b) Sippie Wallace, vocal; Little Brother Montgomery, piano; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. c) Junior Wells, harmonica, vocal; Otis Rush, guitar; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. d) Roosevelt Sykes, piano, vocal; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums. e) Robert Pete Williams, Yank Rachell, Sleepy John Estes, Joe Turner. f) Little Brother Montgomery, piano; Otis Rush, guitar; Jack Myers, acoustic double bass; Fred Below, drums; Big Joe Turner, vocal. 43. The Dave Brubeck Quartet:- Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano, leader, master of ceremonies; Gene Wright, acoustic double bass; Joe Morello, drums. 44. (1967) "Harlem Tap Dance Festival". "American Folk Blues Festival":- a) Skip James, guitar, vocal. b) Bukka White (Booker T. Washington White), guitar, vocal. c) Son House (Eddie J. House, Jr), guitar, vocal. d) Little Walter, harmonica; Hound Dog Taylor, guitar, vocal; Dillard Crume, acoustic double bass, vocal; Odie Payne, drums, vocal. e) Little Walter, harmonica; Hound Dog Taylor, guitar; Dillard Crume, acoustic double bass, vocal; Odie Payne, drums, vocal; KoKo Taylor, vocal. f) Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocal; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal. 45. (1967) From Karlsruhe, The Dave Brubeck Quartet:- Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, acoustic double bass; Joe Morello, drums; with Rufus Harley, bagpipes. 46. (1967) "Carneval mit Woody Herman und seinem Orchester" - From Kurhaus, Baden-Baden, Woody Herman and his Orchestra, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, with George Lewis. 47. (07.11.67) "Das Miles Davis Quintett":- Miles Davis, trumpet; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, piano; Ron Carter, acoustic double bass; Tony Williams, drums. 48. (1968) "Guitar Workshop" - From Berlin Jazztage (q.v.) - Elmer Snowden, Buddy Guy, Baden Powell, Larry Coryell, Barney Kessel, Jim Hall. The Gary Burton Quartet. 49. (1968) "History of Soul" - From Berlin Jazztage a) The Stars of Faith, b) Joe Simon, c) The Horace Silver Quintet; d) Otis Spann, piano; Paul Oscher, harmonica; Luther "Snake" Johnson, Pee Wee Madison, guitar; Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), guitar, vocal; Sonny Wimberley, acoustic double bass; S.P.Leary, drums. 50. (1969) "Drum Workshop" - From Berlin Jazztage, Art Blakey, Sunny Murray, Max Roach, Elvin Jones, with Bill Hardman, trumpet. 51. (1969) "Monk in Europa" - Thelonious Monk, with Ray Copeland, Jimmy Cleveland, Phil Woods, Johnny Griffin, Charlie Rouse, Ben Riley. 52. (1969) "The Clarke Boland Big Band:- Idrees Sulieman, Jimmy Deuchar, Benny Bailey, Manfred Schoof, trumpet; Nat Peck, Åke Persson, Eric van Lier, trombone; Sahib Shihab, Derek Humble, Tony Coe, Johnny Griffin, Ronnie Scott, reeds; Francy Boland, piano, leader; acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums, leader; Carmen McRae, vocal. 53. (1969) "Jazz Aleman" - Albert Mangelsdorff on tour in South America. 54. (1969) "Gary Burton Quartett auf den Berliner Jazztagen":- Gary Burton, vibraphone; Larry Coryell, guitar; Steve Swallow, acoustic double bass; Bobby Moses, drums. 55. (1969) "Tribute to Ellington" - From Berlin Jazztage:- a) Lionel Hampton and his Band, b) The Newport All Stars; c) Earl Hooker, guitar, vocal; Mack Thompson, acoustic double bass; Robert St. Julien, drums; Thelonious Monk, piano. 56. (1969) "Noon in Tunisia" - Don Cherry, trumpet; Sahib Shihab, soprano sax; George Gruntz, piano; Henri Texier, acoustic double bass; Daniel Humair, drums. 57. (1970) "Faces Sixteen Men and Their Music" - From Hazyland, Zürich, The Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band:- Benny Bailey, Dusko Goykovic, Derek Watkins, trumpet; Art Farmer, trumpet, fluegel horn; Åke Persson, Nat Peck, Eric van Lier, trombone; Derek Humble, alto sax; Ronnie Scott, Johnny Griffin, Tony Coe, tenor sax; Sahib Shihab, baritone sax, flute; Francy Boland, piano; Jimmy Woode, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, Kenny Clare, drums. 58. (1970) "Globe Unity Orchestra" from Berliner Jazztage 1970 (q.v.). 59. (1971) "The North Texas Lab Band". 60. (1971) "European All Stars in Japan" - Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; John Surman, reeds; Francy Boland, piano; Eddy Louiss, organ; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, acoustic double bass; Jean-Luc Ponty, violin; Daniel Humair, drums; Karin Krog, vocal. 61. (1971) From Berlin Jazztage, Sun Ra and his Intergalactic Research Arkestra. 62. (1971) From Berlin Jazztage, Hino Quintet, Sugar Cane Harris. 63. (1971) From Berlin Jazztage, The Earl Hines Quartet. 64. (1972) From Baden-Baden Free Jazztage 1970, Don Cherry. 65. (1972) "Mahalia Jackson-Gedenksendung". 66. (1972) From Berlin Jazztage, "New Violin Summit". 67. (1972) From Berlin Jazztage, Ali Akbar Khan, John Handy. 68. (1972) "Louis Armstrong - Mythos des Jazz". Gedenksendung. 69. (1973) "Now Music Night" - From Berlin Jazztage. 70. (1973) "Afrika Now - Afrika Heute" - From München, Art Blakey, Ginger Baker. 71. (1973) "The Art of the Solo" - From München, Ornette Coleman, reeds; Alex Blake, acoustic double bass; Pierre Favre, drums. 72. (1974) "Duke Ellington Gedächtnis-Sendung". (Personnel On Camera). The dates quoted are those of German tv transmission, not necessarily recording dates. Several episodes from this series have been retitled over the years and re-issued as individual programmes. Similarly, some episodes were bought-in from outside production companies and shown as if made specially for the series. Some of the obvious films of this nature have been excluded from this listing but are shown elsewhere under their original titles. 21. Recorded in April 1961 in SWF-TV-Studio, Baden-Baden. 24. Recorded 4th December 1961 in Baden-Baden. 35. Recorded in September 1964 in Berlin. 43. Recorded on 6th November 1966 in Karlsruhe. 46. + 47. Recorded on 7th November 1967 in the Stadthalle, Karlsruhe. Motion Picture (Form).
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