Film, Video LEVERKUSENER JAZZTAGE 2007

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Title

  • LEVERKUSENER JAZZTAGE 2007

Contributor Names

  • 10 + 14. Peter Sommer (director)

Created / Published

  • Germany.

Notes

  • -  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
  • -  Made-for-TV series.
  • -  Feature film (over 60 minutes).
  • -  1. "Il postino"; "Heavy tango"; "Laurita", "Waltz for Nicky" by Richard Galliano; "Operation tango"; "Waltz for Debbie" by Gene Lees, Bill Evans. 2. "Jacaranda blue suite". 3. "Riding on a cloud"; "The cat from Katmandu"; "Sahara sketches"; "Das Boot", "Tatort" by Klaus Doldinger; "Samba cinema"; "Fifty years later"; "Another day"; "Soul town"; "Kissing my love". 5. "Moondance"; "Riverdance"; "Carrickfergus"; "What makes the Irish heart beat?"; "Danny boy" by Frederick Edward Weatherly (TG solo). 6. "It's up to you"; "Day by day". 9. "Higher ground" by Marcus Miller; "Come together" by John Lennon, Paul McCartney; "Jean-Pierre" by Miles Davis; "Panther"; "When I fall in love" by Edward Heyman, Victor Young; "Blast". 10. "Strings", "Stroke", "Hardgroove", "Listen here", "Liquid streets", "Pastor T", "Rich man's welfare", "Family", "Kansas City funk". 13. "Black inside", "Dedé". 14. "How deep in the blues", "Later climb", "Indianola", "The way you treated me", "Riley B. King", "Don't deny your love", "Cannonball shuffle", "Too much", "Peace on my mind", "Lovin' cup", "Supernatural", "There'll never be another you". (Songs)
  • -  1. The Richard Galliano Trio:- Richard Galliano, accordion; Philippe Aerts, acoustic double bass; Clarence Penn, drums; + guest Gary Burton, vibraphone. 2. The Abdullah Ibrahim (Dollar Brand) Trio:- Abdullah Ibrahim, piano; Belden Bullock, acoustic double bass; George Gray, drums. 3. Klaus Doldinger's Passport:- Klaus Doldinger, soprano sax, tenor sax; Roberto Di Gioia, keyboards; Martin Scales, guitar; Patrick Scales, acoustic double bass; Christian Lettner, drums; Ernst Ströer, Biboul Darouiche, percussion. 4. The Avishai Cohen Trio. 5. Jan Miserre, piano; Torsten Goods, electric guitar, vocal, leader; Marco Kühnl, acoustic double bass; Christoph Huber, drums. 6. Istanbul Superband:- Senova Ulker, trumpet; Aycan Teztel, trombone; Levent Altindag, tenor sax; Serkan Yilmaz, keyboards; Okan Ersan, electric guitar; Eylem Pelit, electrc bass; Volkan Oktem, drums. 7. The Lars Danielsson Trio. 8. Roman and Julian Wasserfuhr. 9. Marcus Miller & Band:- Michael "Patches" Stewart, trumpet; Keith Anderson, alto sax; Bobby Sparks, keyboards; Grégoire Maret, harmonica; Marcus Miller, electric bass, bass clarinet; Charles "Poogie" Bell, drums. 10. WDR Big Band "Hargrove Grooves":- John Marshall, Wim Both, Andy Haderer, Rob Bruynen, Klaus Osterloh, Dave Horler, Ludwig Nuß, Bernt Laukamp, Mattis Cederberg, brass; Heiner Wiberny, Karolina Strasßmayer, Olivier Peters, Paul Heller, Jens Neufang, reeds; Frank Chastenier, piano, keyboards, Hammond B3 organ; Paul Shigihara, electric guitar; John Goldsby, acoustic double bass; Hans Dekker, drums; Martin Verdonk, percussion; Michael Abene, music director; + Roy Hargrove, trumpet, fluegel horn. 11. The Nigel Kennedy Quintet. 12. Holly Cole, vocal. 13. The Antonio Faraò Trio:- Antonio Faraò, piano; Martin Gjakonovski, acoustic double bass; Guido May, drums. 14. The Robben Ford Trio:- Robben Ford, electric guitar, vocal; Travis Carlton, electric bass; Toss Panos, drums. 15. Raùl Midón, guitar, vocal. (Personnel on Camera)
  • -  1. Recorded on 4th November 2007. 2. Recorded on 1st November 2007. 3. Recorded on 8th November 2007. 9. Recorded on 3rd November 2007. 10. Recorded on 7th November 2007 at The Forum. 14. Recorded on 5th November 2007 at The Forum. 15. Recorded on 9th November 2007.
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