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Charly Antolini – Power Drummer (1966–79)

15-07-2014, 10:22
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Charly Antolini – Power Drummer (1966–79)

Artist: Charly Antolini
Title Of Album: Power Drummer
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Jazzclub Series / MPS Universal 06025 1730452
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 129 MB | 488 MB
Total Time: 74:09
Website: Discogs

01. Attention 05:28
02. Drum-Organ 03:51
03. Yeah Man 07:48
04. A Happy Afternoon (feat. Dieter Reith) 04:31
05. Locomotion 03:26
06. Wiener Blues 03:17
07. La belle 05:32
08. Dear Charles 04:42
09. Woe's All Over Me 05:13
10. Handicraft 05:13
11. Scratches 06:22
12. Y Luego 06:44
13. Senor Hoche 05:50
14. Special Delivery 06:21
All tracks recorded at the legendary studio MPS (Musik Produktion Schwarzwald – Music Production Black Forest).

Detailed info about the musicians and scans on Discogs.

Biography from Wikipedia:
Antolini started playing the traditional Swiss Basler drum and in 1956 went to Paris where he played with Sidney Bechet, Bill Coleman, among others, and in the Oldtime Jazz Band "The Tremble Kids" with trumpeter Oscar Klein and clarinettist Werner Keller. In 1962 he moved to Stuttgart, Germany, where he spent 5 years playing with bassist Peter Witte and pianist Horst Jankowski in the SWR Bigband led by Erwin Lehn. He also played in big bands with Kurt Edelhagen, Peter Herbolzheimer and Max Greger in the NDR Bigband.
In 1976 he set up his own band, "Charly Antolini's Jazz Power", originally featuring Steve Hooks (tenor sax); Andrei Lobanov (trumpet); David Gazarov (keyboards) and Rocky Knauer (bass), and later members were Len Skeat and Brian Lemon. In the 80s he toured Germany, Italy and Denmark with Benny Goodman, as well as with Lionel Hampton, Barbara Dennerlein, Albert Mangelsdorff, Earl Hines, Roy Eldridge, Jimmy Giuffre, Art Farmer, Oliver Nelson, Art Van Damme, Stuff Smith, Baden Powell and many more.
In the late 80s/early 90s he recorded three live albums with British tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey and in 1994 he set up the band Super Trio with pianist Dirk Raufeisen and bassist Jimmy Woode.
At the end of 2004 Herman Rarebell, Pete York and Antolini formed a three drummer project called Drum Legends, and released a live CD and DVD.

More info here:
His website




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