Complete your Günther Leimstoll record collection. Discover Günther Leimstoll's full discography. Aliases: Horst Lenter. Billy Bailey, Rudi Flierl, Albert Mangelsdorff, Horst Jankowski, Günther Leimstoll, Götz Wendlandt, Joe Harris (3), Joe-Schmid-Combo - Tootsie's Blues, Exactly Like You (7", Single).
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Albert Mangelsdorff (September 5, 1928 – July 25, 2005) was a German jazz trombonist. Working mainly in free jazz, he was an innovator in multiphonics. Mangelsdorff was born in Frankfurt. He was given violin lessons as a child and was self-taught on guitar in addition to knowing trombone. His brother, alto saxophonist Emil Mangelsdorff, introduced him to jazz during the Nazi period (a time when it was forbidden in Germany). After the war Mangelsdorff worked as a guitarist and took up trombone in 1948.
The late Albert Mangelsdorff was one of the greatest trombonists in jazz history. He came out of the bebop tradition before immersing himself in free jazz, and he was a master of multiphonics, playing chords on his trombone. On this CD, not only does Joe Fiedler revive nine of Mangelsdorff's little-known compositions, but he often sounds just like the elder trombonist, even displaying his own mastery of multiphonics. Although Joe Fiedler also has his own musical personality, his playing is close to Mangelsdorff's and he brings back not only his virtuosity and creativity but his wi. .
Waymore's Blues (Part II) is an album by American country music artist Waylon Jennings, released on RCA Nashville in 1994. It was recorded and released at a time in Jennings' career when he wasn't signed to any major label; Waymore's Blues (Part II) was a one-off return to RCA for the singer following short stints at MCA Records and Epic Records. It was produced by Don Was, who would lend his distinctive style of production to The Highwaymen's The Road Goes on Forever a year later.