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The Berlin Concert - Conference Call

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The Berlin Concert - Conference Call


  • Gebhard Ullmann - soprano and tenor saxophones, bass clarinet
  • Michael Jefry Stevens - piano
  • Joe Fonda - bass
  • George Schuller - drums

Track list:

  1. Comeuppance (Schuller) 14:55
  2. Dreierlei (Ullmann) 20:16
  3. Little Pete's Diner (Stevens) 11:43
  4. Announcement of "Three" 1:31
  5. Three (Fonda) 3:25
  6. Translucent Tones (Ullmann) 9:07
  7. No Hazmats (Schuller) 13:47

Release information:

Recorded by Willi Leopold on March 11, 2003 live at the B-Flat in Berlin, Germany
Recording Supervisor: Wolfgang Hoff
Cover Paintings: Robert Weber • Cover Design: Double Take Design
Produced by Conference Call and Ulf Drechsel for RBB Berlin and 482 Music
Released 2004 by 482 Music [482-1028]

Little Pete's Diner written for Tina Barr

Thanks to: Jos Demol, Berber, Emile Clemens, Rik Bevernage,
Jörg Zieprig, Horst Papeler, Ulf Drechsel, Die Holzbläser, Berlin

Released: 2004
Label: 482 Music

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Recording: The Berlin Concert - Conference Call
Released: 2004
Label: 482 Music
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