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UPCOMING RELEASES
LP/ Digital
Manfred Burzlaff
”Berlin Jazz Soundtracks” (Sono-104)
Lost Hard Bop/ Cool Jazz from 1960s
February 23, 2018
CD/ LP/ Digital
Jazz Rock Experience
”Let Yourself Go” (Sono-105)
Newly Unearthed Tapes 1969
March 23, 2018
CD/ 2LP/ Digital
Second Direction
”Four Corners &Vol. II” (Sono-106)
Reissue + Unreleased Bonus Album
May 25, 2018
45 Vinyl: Sonorama S-35
ROLF KUEHN GROUP – BROOKLYN BRIDGE/ 66 PARK AVENUE
ROLF-KUEHN-GROUP-Brooklyn-Bridge-66-Park-Avenue-A
ROLF-KUEHN-GROUP-Brooklyn-Bridge-66-Park-Avenue-B
S 01
Track
Composer
Time
01
Brooklyn Bridge
Rolf Kuehn
3:15
S 02
Track
Composer
Time
01
66 Park Avenue
Rolf Kuehn
3:57
Licensed from Selected Sound Hamburg, previously unreleased, mastered 2008
… from the area of Jazz, Jazz Rock and Free Jazz until today. The man won the European jazz polls in the early 50s, then moved to the US, where he met the great John Hammond and played with legends like Benny Goodman or Tommy Dorsey. Back in Germany, he worked with Albert Mangelsdorff, Friedrich Gulda and nearly every important player from the European scene. He also left his mark on many awarded recordings together with his younger brother, the highly respected piano player Joachim Kuehn. With his outstanding musical talents, Rolf Kuehn became the first sax player at the “RIAS Tanzorchester” as early as 1950. Just listen to the grooves on this new Sonorama 45-vinyl record to find out why....