December 10, 2014

Gunter Hampel & His Galaxie Dream Band - A Place to Be with Us


1. Spielplatz (No. 467) (G. Hampel) (11:35)
2. Surprise from Thomas (No. 442) (G. Hampel) (5:22)
3. Jumpy Integrity (No. 466) (G. Hampel) (4:40)
4. As If It Were a Bridge (No. 458) (G. Hampel) (5:05)
5. A Place to Be With Us (No. 437) (G. Hampel) (13:28)
6. Awakening (No. 461) (G. Hampel) (2:28)

Thomas Keyserling (alto saxophone, flute, poems)
Gunter Hampel (vibraphone, bass clarinet, baritone saxophone, arranger)
Martin Bues (drums)
Jeanne Lee (voice)

Recorded at Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart, 26. 1. 1981.

Birth 0032; Birth Records BIRTH 0032

(mp3)
http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/szwePMgm/file.html
http://www14.zippyshare.com/v/QezUvqUR/file.html

12 comments:

Vitko said...

Thank you brian.

dogon ad said...

Very nice, thanks Brian.

Anonymous said...

Christmas has come early this year! Two Gunter Hampel records in 2 days! It is indeed a happy time of year. Many thanks, brian.

-Brian

headman said...

Thank you for these two rarities by Gunter Hampel, brian. Much appreciated!

corvimax said...

thank you for this and the previous Gunther Hampel, especially Cavana

brianbrora said...

Thanks for all the good music you post Brian. Your efforts are very much appreciated. Best Wishes and Happy Holidays!

-Otto- said...

Thank you, brian, for this rather sought-after Hampel album.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Brush&Stick said...

Thank you for these recordings featuring the great Jeanne Lee!

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for this posting. Gunter Hampel is rare to find. This one I have never heard. Looking forward to Hampel and a couple of strong German beers tonight.

-Brian

brian said...

gunter hampel • a place to be with us (mp3)
http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/szwePMgm/file.html
http://www14.zippyshare.com/v/QezUvqUR/file.html

Anonymous said...

I know there are some jazzlovers (even avant jazz fans) who are put off by the singing style of Jeanne Lee or Irene Aebi f.e. ... I don't (while I wouldn't go to the stake for it ;-)
this here is a good record but I prefer the other one (Cavana)... listened to it three times in a row! (I extremely seldom do that with records new to me)
great blog, thanks again for re-upping both Hampel-records brian,
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