Kuntz Negle And His Orchestra – Midnight Dance (1957)

Musidisc Hi-Fi 2003

Maestro Kuntz Negle (or Naegele) was already presented in this parallel reality as member of the Os Copacabanas and as musical director and alt sax player on Copa Combo‘s Bossa & Go Go.
Also, with his conjunto he was one of the participants on the Festival of Jazz (1957) recording.

Finally we have the opportunity to listen to his only (?) career album:

01. Something’s gotta give (J. Mercer)
02. The Night has thousand Eyes (B. Bernier / J Brainio)
03. Tenderly (W. Gross / J. Lawrence)
04. Ebb Tide (C. Sigman / L. Arcaraz)
05. Caramelito (L. Arcaraz)
06. Dancing in the Dark (A. Schwartz)
07. La Macarena (B. Monteverde / A. Calero)
08. I’ll see you in my Dreams (I. Jones / G. Kahn)
09. Lullaby of Birdland (G. Shearing / B. Y. Foster)
10. Love me or leave me (W. Donaldson / G. Kahn)
11. Because of you (A. Hammerstein / D. Wilkinson)
12. Artistry in Rhythm (Stan Kenton)

HERR KUNTZ AUS MITTELEUROPA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Festival de Jazz – 2o Grande Concerto (1957)

Sinter SLP 170

A live recording from the Golden Room of the Copacabana Palace Hotel on the  26th of November, 1956.

Get a glass of bourbon on the rocks and travel back in time with:

01. Atonal (Hélio Marinho) Hélio Marinho e Sua Orquestra
02. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira) Clélio e Seu Conjunto
03. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence) Conjunto de K-Ximbinho com vocal de Julie Joy
04. But Not For Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) Julio Barbosa e Seu Conjunto
05. In Walked Bud (Thelonious Monk) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
06. I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans) Cipó e Seu Conjunto 
07. Tema Para Dois (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto
08. Kachintema (K-Ximbinho) K-Ximbinho e Seu Conjunto
09. How High The Moon (Morgan Lewis / Nancy Hamilton) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
10. Jacques D’Iraque (Jerry Bock / George David Weiss) Orquestra de Cipó com vocal do Conjunto Farroupilha
11. Bop-ciponato (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto

JOY OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos