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Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine Chateauvallon, France 1971-08-26

with:

Gordon Beck - keyboards

Ron Mattewson - bass

Daniel Humair - drums

 

Set List:

Riot

It Does Not Really Matter Who You Are

Freedom Jazz Dance

Published in Videos
Monday, 22 August 1977 08:11

Phil Woods Quintet - 1977 Macerata

Playing "Rain Danse" composed by guitarist Harry Leahey, and featuring Phil on soprano, arranged by pianist Mike Melillo.

Published in Videos

Heideberger Jazztage, Heidelberg, Germany; June 6, 1971. FM broadcast.



Track 01. Nefertiti (Wayne Shorter)/It Does Not Really Matter Who You Are (Gorden Beck) - Part A 11:23


Track 02. Nefertiti/It Does Not Really Matter Who You Are - Part B 8:12

Phil Woods + The European Rhythm Machine:
Phil Woods - alto saxophone
Gordon Beck - piano, electric piano
Ron Mathewson - bass
Daniel Humair - drums

Published in Audio

Tracklist

Hey Now Hey (The Other Side Of The Sky) 4:41
Somewhere 6:14
So Swell When You're Well 4:14
Angel 4:26
Sister From Texas 3:08
Mister Spain 6:41
That's The Way I Feel About Cha 7:10
Moody's Mood 2:55
Just Right Tonight 7:42

Credits

Leonard Bernstein Composer
James Booker Composer
Willie Bridges Saxophone
Robert Bruce Composer
Charles Chalmers Saxophone
Tommy Cogbill Bass
Joe Farrell Guest Artist
Buddy Feyne Composer
Dorothy Fields Composer
Aretha Franklin Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Carolyn Franklin Composer
John Grisby Composer
Bernice Hart Composer
Roger Hawkins Drums
Joe Hicks Composer
Wayne Jackson Trumpet
Jerry Jemmott Bass
Jimmy Johnson Guitar
Quincy Jones Composer, Engineer, Producer
Andrew Love Saxophone
Jimmy McHugh Composer
James Moody Composer
Floyd Newman Saxophone
Spooner Oldham Keyboards
Avery Parrish Composer
Gene Paul Engineer
Carolyn Plummer Composer
Billy Preston Guest Artist
Sonny Saunders Composer
Phil (Boogie) Schier Engineer
Stephen Sondheim Composer
Bobby Womack Composer
Phil Woods Guest Artist
Published in Guest
Friday, 11 March 1977 10:09

Sorcellerie A Travers Les Ages / Gravenstein

Tracklist

  La Sorcellerie À Travers Les Ages
A1 Générique 1:30
A2 1925 2:31
A3 La Sorcellerie 5:12
A4 L'Interrogatoire 10:41
  Gravenstein
B Gravenstein 18:00

Credits

  • Clarinet – Michel Portal
  • Drums, Composed By – Daniel Humair
  • Organ – Eddy Louiss (tracks: B)
  • Saxophone – Phil Woods
  • Vibraphone – Eddy Louiss (tracks: B)
  • Violin – Jean Luc Ponty* (tracks: A)

Notes

La Sorcellerie A Travers Les Ages was composed as a Soundtrack to the Movie "Haxan" by danish film maker Benjamin Christensen.
Published in Guest
Thursday, 15 July 1971 14:19

European Rhythm Machine - Molde, 1971

Phil Woods -sax
Gordon Beck - piano
Henri Texier - bass
Daniel Humair - drums

Published in Videos
Monday, 30 October 1972 19:31

Phil Woods Live studio TV 1972

Published in Videos
Saturday, 30 December 1978 19:29

Phil Woods no Brasil

Published in Videos
Monday, 05 April 1976 07:44

Floresta Canto

Phil Woods - Arranger, Clarinet, Composer, Orchestration, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Chris Gunning - Arranger, Conductor, Orchestration

Gordon Beck - Keyboards
Alf Bigden - Drums
Tony Carr - Marimba, Timbales
Tony Coe - Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Bob Efford - Sax (Baritone), Saxophone
Tony Fisher - Trumpet
Louis Jardim - Percussion
Robin Jones - Percussion
Chris Karan - Chimes, Clavichord, Drums
Dave Markee - Bass, Bass (Electric)
Nat Peck - Trombone
Chris Pyne - Trombone
Jack Rothstein - Concert Master, Violin
Darryl Runswick - Bass, Bass (Electric)
Stan Sulzmann - Saxophone
Tony Uter - Congas, Percussion
Kenny Wheeler - Trumpet
Roy Wilox - Flute

tracklist:
01 - Canto De Ossanha (Let Go)
02 - Let Me
03 - O Morro
04 - Chaldean Prayer
05 - Sails
06 - Roses
07 - Without You
08 - Portrait Of Julia
09 - Jesse
10 - Menino Das Laranjas

 

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