Jutta Hipp; Shorty Roeder; Harry Schell; Karl Sanner; Rudi Sehring; Albert Mangelsdorff; Hans Koller; Joki Freund; Attila Zoller
Compilation of recordings previously released on SWR: p1952-1955.
Biographical notes on the performer in English and German printed on container.
|表演者：||Jutta Hipp, piano ; Franz "Shorty" Roeder, Harry Schell, basses ; Karl Sanner, Rudi Sehring, drums ; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone ; Hans Koller, Joki Freund, tenor saxophones ; Attila Zoller, guitar.|
|活動注釋：||Recorded at SWF Jazztime Koblenz, Nov. 30, 1952, at SWF Baden-Baden, June 1953, and at Villa Berg, SDR Stuttgart, Jun. 28, 1955.|
|描述：||1 audio disc (65 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|内容：||Blues after hours (4:40) --
Erroll's bounce (3:29) --
Gone with the wind (2:37) --
You go to my head (4:49) --
Out of nowhere (5:10) --
Stompin' at the Savoy (3:48) --
What is this thing called love? (4:51) --
What's new (3:11) --
These foolish things (3:40) --
Lonesome road (3:00) --
Sound-Koller (4:02) --
Come back to Sorrento (3:40) --
Moonlight in Vermont (4:04) --
Daily double (3:17) --
Indian summer (3:04) --
Everything happens to me (3:46) --
|其他題名：||German recordings, 1952-1955|
Lost Tapes is a major new find that adds some valuable and previously unreleased live and studio performances to Jutta Hipp's relatively slim discography. The first 13 titles, dating from 1952-53, are her earliest recordings. The opener, 'Blues After Hours, ' is a real surprise for Hipp reveals herself to be a superior swing/blues pianist. On 'Erroll's Bounce' she does a fine imitation of Erroll Garner. Hans Koller's light-toned tenor, which sounds a bit like Warne Marsh, is featured on the next five selections with the quartet. With the addition of trombonist Albert Mangelsdorff, on six more numbers as a quintet, these are solid examples of 1950s cool jazz. While Hipp's playing hints in some spots at Tristano, she is more laidback and already had her own fresh musical personality. The final four numbers are from 1955 with Hipp in the spotlight. Two of the songs also feature guitarist Attila Zoller and Joki Freund on tenor.