Fette Hupe Godchild

GODCHILD – Fette Hupe & Jörn Marcussen-Wulff

Leitung: Jörn Marcussen-Wulff  & Timo Warnecke

Reeds: Nils Brederlow, Paul Engelmann, Lars Stoermer, Coco Guerra, Felix Petry

Trumpets: Benjamin Brown, Gary Winters, Philipp Kacza, Daniel Zeinoun, Axel Beineke

Trombones: Uwe Granitza, Hans Wendt, Felix Eilers, Robert Hedemann

Klaus Spencker (git), Eike Wulfmeier (p), Michael Gudenkauf (b), Timo Warnecke (dr)

www.fettehupe.de

Elements – Van Tied to Tied

CD Cover Van Tied To Tied

Elements
“Van Tied to Tied”

Hans-Hermann Briese, Klaus Spencker

OOSTFREESLAND GEWAHR WORDEN IN WOORD UN KLANG

Hans-Hermann Briese, Stimme
Klaus Spencker, Gitarre
Felix Petry, Saxohon
Eike Wulfmeyer, Klavier
Peter Schwebs, Kontrabass
Timo Warnecke, Schlagzeug

www.van-tied-to-tied.de

Christoph Eidens

Christoph Eidens & Tropicville
ChaCha Blue

featuring:
Christoph Eidens, Vibes
Felix Petry, Sax
Hans Steinmeyer, Guitar
Martin Scheer, Bass
Ron van Stratum, Drums
Christian Fehre, Congas

http://www.eidens.de/christoph/

Mexico Trio

 

CD Cover Mexico Trio

Mexico Trio

„Mexican Research“

Omar Tamez Gitarre, Flöte, Maultrommel
Felix Petry Tenorsaxophon, Sopransaxophon, Klarinette
Emilio Tamez Percussion

CD 1:
first report

1. molto adagio > furioso 18:32
2. scherzo > requiem 09:01
3. interlude > allegro 16:47

CD 2:
second report

1. bagatelle 05:52
2. overtre 09:37
3. allegro > adagio 13:58
4. andante > adagio > presto 19:51
5. ballade 06:34

Felix Petry Group

Felix Petry Group

Felix Petry Tenorsaxophon
Thomas Rückert Klavier
Golo Maichel Schlagzeug
Martin Gjakonowski Kontrabass

1. Blues ist irgendwie so ein Gefühl
2. dumm, geil, kindisch
3. sieben
4. pray
5. verlasse Köln
6. dribbelburger
7. Balls
8. Marzipanhimmel
9. Sister

Landes Jugend Jazz Orchester Hessen

Its strength lies in imaginative arrangements and precise playing allied to strong soloists. „Hurdy Gurdy“, for example, is a Randy Brecker number with echoes of Blood Sweat and Tears, but brought up to date, and his own solo is a wonderful flight of fancy showing how this tone has rounded out over the years.
Dee Daniels is at her best as a deep-throated bluesy shouter and rocks her way magnificently through John Clayton’s „Let’s Talk Business“. British Jazz Magazine

Vielleicht schafft das Orchester ja mit dem neuen Album „Magic Morning“ erneut jenes Kunststück, das ihm mit seiner ersten Platte „Kicks and Sticks“ gelang: Die Produktion dieser ausgereiften Nachwuchsband avancierte zur bestverkauften Jazzplatte Deutschlands. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Featuring Dee Daniels und Randy Brecker
Leader Wolfgang Diefenbach

1. Captain Grumpy 5:17
(comp & arr Bob Florence)
ts – Felix Petry, as – Christian Weidner

2. Hurdy Gurdy 6:40
(comp Randy Brecker, arr Tom Matta)
tp – Randy Brecker

3. Shimmering 5:05
(comp & arr Bob Florence)
p – Markus Horn, ts – Felix Petry

4. Let’s talk business 4:02
(comp & arr John Clayton)
voc – Dee Daniels, ts – Thomas Bachmann

5. For heaven’s sake 4:38
(comp Meyer / Bretton / Edward, arr Ray Brown)
afl – Wolfgang Diefenbach

6. Die Autobahn 500 4:46
(comp & arr Ray Brown)
ts – Felix Petry, p – Markus Horn

7. Now you don’t 6:51
(comp & arr John Clayton)
g – Christian Müller, tb – Michael Grün

8. Guaruja 7:46
(comp Randy Brecker, arr Tom Mata)
tp – Randy Brecker, p – Markus Horn

9. Side trip 6:05
(comp & arr Paul Ferguson)
p – Markus Horn, ts – Thomas Bachmann

10. Lover man 4:04
(comp J. Davis / R. Ramirez / J. Sherman, arr John Clayton)
voc – Dee Daniels

11. Niktiamo 6:38
(comp & arr Roman Beilharz)
as – Oliver Leicht, g – Christian Müller

12. Magic morning 5:33
(comp Dan Haerle, arr Ray Brown)
flh – Ralph Himmler, tb – Jürgen Neudert

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