The Metronome Quintet - Plays Swinging Mahagonny And Something Else mp3 album
The Metronome Quintet. ンバー: Bruno Spoerri, Felix Rogner, Gerry Ceccaroni, Martin Hugelshofer, Richard Lipiec, Rolf Bänninger, Ruedi Fischer, Ryszard Lipiec, Uli Staub. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 The Metronome Quintet. Das Metronome Quintett, Metronome Quintet, Metronome Quintett. The Metronome Quintet. Plays Swinging Mahagonny And Something Else (Album).
Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (German: Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny) is a political-satirical opera composed by Kurt Weill to a German libretto by Bertolt Brecht. It was first performed on 9 March 1930 at the Neues Theater in Leipzig. Weill was asked by the 1927 Baden-Baden music festival committee to write a one act chamber opera for the festival.
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Although Something Else is colored by music hall and its historical coevals, its explicit musical references are few: the galloping, Cossack-dance David Watts ; the closing-time singalong Harry Rag ; the oleaginous End of the Season, on which Ray sometimes sounds as if he’s singing through a megaphone. Nothing on the record is as proudly and emphatically nostalgic as the next single the band produced, Autumn Almanac, let alone the next album, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society
Drummer Shelly Manne and his 1956 quintet (with trumpeter Stu Williamson, altoist Charlie Mariano, pianist Russ Freeman, and bassist Leroy Vinnegar) perform some challenging material on this CD reissue. The longest piece is Bill Holman's four-part suite "Quartet," which - despite its potential complexity - actually swings pretty well. In addition, Manne & His Men interpret Johnny Mandel's obscure "Tommyhawk," a Mariano blues number, Charlie Parker's "Moose the Mooche," and Russ Freeman's "The Wind
|A1||Gründung Der Stadt Mahagonny||2:10|
|A2||Ich Glaube, Ich Will Meinen Hut Aufessen||4:02|
|A4||Jetzt Hab Ich Gegessen Zwei Kälber||4:45|
|A5||Ach Bedenken Sie, Herr Jakob Schmidt||3:23|
|A6||An Einem Grauen Vormittag Kam Gott Nach Mahagonny||1:36|
|B4||Everything Happens To Me||3:55|
- Bass – Felix Rogner
- Composed By – Kurt Weill (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Drums – Rolf Bänninger
- Piano – Martin Hugelshofer
- Producer – Bruno Spoerri
- Saxophone – Bruno Spoerri
- Vibraphone – Uli Staub
NotesSide A: Recorded in 1965 in Zurich, Switzerland
Side B: Recorded in 1967 in Zurich, Switzerland
The first Side is a hommage to Bertholt Brecht's
Theater "Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny"
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|Sonorama L-51, L-51||The Metronome Quintet||Plays Swinging Mahagonny And Six Other Tunes (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Sonorama, Sonorama||Sonorama L-51, L-51||Germany||2010|