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Charlie Mariano's recordings sorted by band name and last name of leaders respectively


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Abou-Khalil, Rabih

* August 17, 1957, Lebanon
oud player


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Akiyoshi, Toshiko

* December 12, 1929, Liaoyang or Dairen, China, to Japanese parents who emigrated to China, and returned to Japan after World War II
pianist, composer, arranger, and band leader
married to Charlie Mariano from 1959 to 1967
now married to Lew Tabackin
mother of vocalist Monday Michiru (* 1963, father: Charlie Mariano)


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Albam, Manny

* June 24, 1922, Samaná, Dominian Republic;
† October 2, 2001, Croton, New York, USA
arranger and composer


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Ambush

Brussels-based quartet with Charlie Mariano (saxophone), Nick Evans (trombone), Barre Phillips (bass), and Stu Martin (drums)

Recordings
  • none

Angeleri, Claudio

* 1956, Bergamo, Italy
pianist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Antakarana

Project of → Monica Meggendorfer

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Aschaffenburger Jazzbigband

initiated in 1988 as big band of the municipal music school
website | website of leader → Peter Linhart


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Asssociation P.C.

Founded in 1969 by drummer Pierre Courbois from The Netherlands.
website of → Pierre Courbois


Charlie Mariano performed with this band which — in the beginning — had Jasper van't Hof on keyboards, Charlie's partner with Pork Pie.
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Baker, Chet

* Dec 23, 1929, Yale, Oklahoma, USA;
† May 13, 1988, Amsterdam, Netherlands
trumpeter
Chet Baker Tribute


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Balázs, Elemér

* Hungary
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Bauer, Stefan

* 1956, Recklinghausen, Germany
vibraphonist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Bennett, Max

* May 24, 1928, Des Moines, Iowa, USA
bassist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Berlin, Frieder

* 1954, Bad Mergentheim, Germany
pianist, composer


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Blanke, Toto

* September 16, 1939, Paderborn, Germany
guitarist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Borden, Ray

* USA
trumpeter


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Burns, Ralph

* June 29, 1922, Newton, Massachusetts, USA
† November 21, 2001, Los Angeles, California, USA
pianist, songwriter, bandleader, composer, conductor, arranger
co-leader of the Serge Chaloff ~ Ralph Burns Septet
Wikipedia
q.v. Serge Chaloff


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Busch, Sigi

* October 29, 1943, Krefeld, Germany
bassist, composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Caillat, Philippe

* June 7, 1948, Paris, France
guitarist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Cain, Jacky

* May 22, 1928, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
vocalist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • 1957: Jacky And Roy: Free And Easy (w/ Bill Holman's Orchestra)

Carr, Helen

* 1922, Salt Laky City, Utah, USA;
† 1960
vocalist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Carter, Kent

* June 1939, USA
bassist, composer

website
Leader of the Kent Carter Project (1996-1998): Charlie Mariano, saxophones; Karl Berger, piano and vibes; Albrecht Maurer, violin; Kent Carter, bass; Klaus Kugel, percussion. The Kent Carter Project toured Germany, Austria and Luxembourg.

Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • none

Catherine, Philip

* 1942, London, England, UK, citizen of Belgium
guitarist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Chaloff, Serge

* November 24, 1923, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
† July 16, 1957, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
baritone saxophonist
co-leader of the Serge Chaloff ~ Ralph Burns Septet
Wikipedia

q.v. Ralph Burns

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Christy, June

* November 20, 1925, Springfield, Illinois, USA;
† June 21, 1990
vocalist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Collins, Richard "Dick"

* July 19, 1924, Seattle, Washington, USA
trumpeter
co-leader of the Nat Pierce ~ Dick Collins Nonet
q.v. Nat Pierce

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Damiani, Paolo

* March 20, 1952, Rome, Italy
bassist, cellist, composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Dauner, Wolfgang

* December 30, 1935, Stuttgart, Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Díaz, Enrique

* Chile
bassist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Diez, Stephan

* Germany
guitarist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • 1991: Charlie Mariano & Stephan Diez: Friends
  • 1994: Charlie Mariano: From me to you
  • 1995: Charlie Mariano and the Stephan Diez Group: Enjoy

Dobrowolski, Jan Fryderyk

* Poland
pianist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Dodgion, Jerry

* August 29, 1932, Richmond, California, USA
alto and soprano saxophonist and flutist, arranger, composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Dissidenten

World music band founded in 1981 by Uwe "Uve" Müllrich and Michael Wehmeyer, former members of → Embryo. The band had initially been named "Embryo's Dissidenten", but changed its name to "Dissidenten" in the same year.
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Ellis, Herb

* August 4, 1921, Farmersville, Texas, USA
guitarist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Embryo

"Krautrock" band founded in 1969 by Christian Burchard and Edgar Hoffmann
website | → biography


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Ericksson, Runo

* Sweden
flutist, organist, percussionist, trombonist, violinist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

European Jazz Ensemble

founded in 1976 as a quintet
website of EJE bassist Ali Haurand


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

European Jazz Trio

The European Jazz Trio, comprising Marc van Roon on piano, Frans van der Hoeven on bass and Roy Dackus on drums has been recording and performing since 1995.
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Faber, Johannes

* November 7, 1952, Munich, Germany
trumpeter, leader of Consortium
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Ferguson, Maynard

* May 4, 1928, Verdun, Canada;
† August 23, 2006, Ventura, California, USA
trumpeter
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Finger, Peter

* 1954, Weimar, Germany
guitarist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Four Freshmen, The

Vocal group of the 1950s
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Garcia, Russ

* April 12, 1916, Oakland, California, USA
arranger, conductor, big band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Gibbs, Mike

*
trombonist, arranger, composer, conductor
Spare Parts Productions


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Ghosh, Susmita

* ?, grown up in Germany, her father is from Calcutta, India
vocalist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Goodman, Geoff

* Feb 14, 1956, NYC, NY, USA
guitarist, composer
website | (MySpace)


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Graas, John

french horn player

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Grönemeyer, Herbert

* April 12, 1956, Göttingen, Germany
singer, songwriter
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Gruntz, George

* 1932, Basel, Switzerland
pianist, arranger, composer, big band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Haffner, Wolfgang

* 1965, Wunsiedel, Germany
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Hamilton, Chico

* Sep 21, 1921, Los Angeles, California, USA
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Harper, Herbie

* July 2, 1920, Salina, Kansas, USA
trombonist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Harris, Bill

* October 28, 1916
† August 21, 1973
trombonist
co-leader of The Jackson ~ Harris Herd
Wikipedia
q.v. Chubby Jackson


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Haurand, Ali

* November 15, 1943, Viersen, Germany
bassist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Herbolzheimer, Peter

* December 31, 1935, Bucharest, Romania
trombonist, arranger, composer, big band leader, educator
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Herting, Mike

* Germany
pianist, composer, producer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Hinze, Chris

* June 30, 1938, Hilversum, Holland, Netherlands
flutist, composer, producer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Holman, Bill

* May 21, 1927, Olive, nr Orange, California, USA
tenor saxophonist, composer, arranger


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Hucks, Werner

* 1962, Siegen, Germany
guitarist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Humair, Daniel

* May 23, 1938, Geneva, Switzerland
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Ilg, Dieter

* September 30, 1961, Offenburg, Germany
bassist, producer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Jackson, Greig Stewart "Chubby"

* October 25, 1918, NYC, USA
† October 1, 2003, Rancho Bernardo, California, USA
saxophonist
co-leader of The Jackson ~ Harris Herd
Wikipedia
q.v. Bill Harris


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Jaume, André

* France
saxophonist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Joggerst, Mark

* 1971, Offenburg, Germany
pianist, composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Jones, Elvin

* September 9, 1927, Pontiac, Michigan, USA;
† May 18, 2004 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Jones, Quincy

* March 14, 1933, Chicago, Illinois, USA
trumpeter, arranger, composer, big band leader, producer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Jörgensmann, Theo

* September 29, 1948, Bottrop, Germany
clarinetist, composer
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Josephs, Gregor

* Germany
pianist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Känzig, Heiri

* New York
bassist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Karnataka College of Percussion a.k.a. KCP

Indian vocals & percussion ensemble
→ KPC at orientaljazz.com

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Read a biography of the Karnataka College of Percussion on the website of the World Music Central.


Kenton, Stan

* December 15, 1911, Wichita, Kansas, USA;
† August 25, 1979, Los Angeles, California, USA
pianist, arranger, composer, big band leader, educator
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Kento Su Nova

led by vocalist → Ken Norris
website


Performance with Charlie Mariano

King, Theodora "Teddi"

* September 18, 1929, Boston, Massachusetts, USA;
† November 18, 1977
vocalist
Wikipedia | → tribute site (announcement)


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Klentze, Thorsten

© hepcat1950 * 1956, Germany
guitarist, composer, band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • 1995: Thorsten Klentze Quartet: Tigrib
  • 1999: Thorsten Klentze & Friends: Mariano
  • 2003: Thorsten Klentze Quintet feat. Charlie Mariano: Präludium (DVD)

Koppel, Benjamin

* 1974, Copenhagen, Denmark
saxophonist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Kral, Irene

* January 18, 1932, Chicago, Illinois, USA;
† August 15, 1978, Encino, California, USA
sister of pianist/vocalist → Roy Kral
vocalist
Irene Kral Tribute Web Page


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Kral, Roy

* October 10, 1921, Cicero, Illinois;
† August 2, 2002 in Montclair, New Jersey, USA)
brother of vocalist → Irene Kral
pianist, vocalist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • 1957: Jacky And Roy: Free And Easy (w/ Bill Holman's Orchestra)

Kriegel, Volker

* December 24, 1943, Darmstadt, Germany;
† June 15, 2003, Spain
guitarist, composer, band leader, cartoonist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Kühn, Rolf

* September 28, 1929, Cologne, Germany
clarinetist, band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Lewis, Mel

* May 10, 1929, Buffalo, New York, USA;
† February 2, 1990, New York City, New York, USA
drummer, band leader
Wikipedia, Drummerworld


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Lonardoni, Andreas

* April 29, 1956, Esslingen on Neckar, Germany
electric bassist, composer, publisher
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • 1997: Andreas Lonardoni Group: Snooze

Low Motion Trio

Trio led by bassist Wiro Mahieu, with Jeroen van Vliet on piano, and Pieter Bast on drums.

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Lucraft, Howard

* August 16, 1916, UK
arranger, composer, conductor
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Mahieu, Wiro

* Netherlands
bassist, educator
Leader of the → Low Motion Trio
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Mike Mainieri

* July 4, 1938, Bronx, New York, USA
vibraphonist, band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Manne, Shelly

* June 11, 1920, New York City, New York, USA;
† September 26, 1984, Los Angeles, California, USA
drummer, band leader
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Mardin, Arif

* March 15, 1932, Istanbul, Turkey; † June 25, 2006, NYC, USA
arranger and producer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Matucana

Pablo Paredes (piano); Sergio Terán (quena, zampona, soprano saxophone); Andre Nendza (double bass); Ulli Krämer (drums, percussion); special guests: Charlie Mariano (soprano saxophone) & Alex Acuña (drums, percussion)
see Pablo Paredes' introduction of Matucana on his website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

max.bab

Max von Mosch (saxophone); Benedikt Jahnel (piano); Benny Schäfer (double bass); Andi Haberl (drums)
Websites: max.bab, max.bab @ MySpace, Andi Haberl, Benedikt Jahnel


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

McRae, Carmen

* April 8, 1920, Harlem, New York, USA;
† November 10, 1994, Beverly Hills, California, USA
vocalist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Meggendorfer, Monica

* Germany
vocalist, writer and more


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
Antakarana


Mendoza, Vince

* 1961, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA
guitarist, conductor, arranger and composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Michiru, Monday

Monday Michiru Sipiaguine (maiden name Mariano, more commonly known as Monday Michiru
* August 19, 1963, Tokyo, Japan
actress, singer, and songwriter
daughter of Toshiko Akiyoshi and Charlie Mariano
married to trumpeter Alex Sipiagin
website | MySpace


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Mingus, Charles

* April 22, 1922, Nogales, Arizona, USA;
† January 5, 1979, Cuernavaca, Mexico
bassist, composer, band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Modern Jazz Quartet

John Lewis (piano); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Percy Heath (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums), replaced by Connie Kay in 1955.
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Modern String Quartet

Quartet founded in 1983
Jörg Widmoser (violin); Winfried Zrenner (violin); Andreas Höricht (viola); Jost-H. Hecker (cello)
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Moerlen, Pierre

* France
drummer, leader of Gong


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Moka Efti

New Jazz, Worldmusic, Ambient
Moka Efti on Terratone


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Mombelli, Carlo

* Pretoria, South Africa
bassist, composer, band leader
website, MySpace


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Montoliu, Tete

* March 28, 1933, Barcelona, Spain;
† August 24, 1997, Barcelona, Spain
pianist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Moritz, Sema a.k.a. Sema

* Ankara, Turkey
vocalist, co-leader of the group → Taksim
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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New On The Corner

founded in 1991
Bernhard Pichl (piano); Rudi Engel (bass); Bill Elgart (drums)


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Nock, Mike

* September 27, 1940, Christchurch, New Zealand
pianist, composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Ken Norris

* circa 1968, Shakerhights, Ohio, USA
vocalist
leader of Kento Su Nova
website


Performance with Charlie Mariano
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Osiris

Band founded in Leipzig (then German Democratic Republic) in the mid '70s.
Personnel: Manfred Hering, alto & tenor saxophones; Helmut "Joe" Sachse, acoustic & electric guitars, flute; Hannes Zerbe, piano; Christoph Winckel, bass; Wolfram Dix, drums.


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Osmosis

Jazz/rock group which recorded one album in 1970
See Charlie Bechler's website for some details.


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Paduart, Ivan

* Anderlecht, Belgium
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Parker, Charlie "Bird"

* Aug 29, 1920, Kansas City, Kansas, USA;
† March 12, 1955, New York City, NY, USA
alto saxophonist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Pierce, Nat

* July 16, 1925, Somerville, Massachusetts, USA;
† June 10, 1992
pianist, arranger
co-leader of the Nat Pierce ~ Dick Collins Nonet
Wikipedia
q.v. Dick Collins


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Pomeroy, Herb

* April 15, 1930, Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA;
† August 11, 2007
trumpeter, educator
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Pork Pie

founded in the '70s by pianist Jasper van't Hof from the Netherlands
Jasper van't Hof (piano, keyboards); Philip Catherine (guitars); Charlie Mariano (reeds)
→ Jasper van't Hof's
website

Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Reid, Irene

* September 23, 1930, Savannah, Georgia, USA
vocalist


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Reiter, Jörg

* November 22, 1958, Waiblingen, Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano Jörg Reiter played some duo concerts with Charlie Mariano in 1999 and 2005.
There are some (German) reviews of those concerts on Jörg Reiter's website.

Duo reviews
Jörg Reiter also presents some pictures on his website.
Mariano~Reiter Duo

Rek, Vitold

* 1955, Rzeszów, Poland
bassist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Richards, Johnny

* November 2, 1911, Toluca, Querétaro state, Mexico;
† October 7, 1968, New York, NY, USA
pianist, violinist, trumpeter, conductor
BIG BANDS DATABASE PLUS


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Ricks, Jimmy

* 1924, Adrian, Georgia, USA;
† July 1974
vocalist
View the → Wikipedia page about the R&B vocal group "The Ravens", founded in 1945 by Jimmy Ricks and Warren Suttles.


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Riel, Alex

* Sep 13, 1940, Copenhagen, Denmark
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Rogers, Milton "Shorty"

* Milton Rajonsky on April 14, 1924, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, USA;
† November 7, 1994, Van Nuys, California, USA
trumpeter
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Rosolino, Frank

* August 20, 1926, Detroit, Michigan, USA;
† November 26, 1978, Van Nuys, California, USA
trombonist
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Sailer, Udo

* Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Saluzzi, Dino

* May 20, 1935, Campo Santo, Argentina
bandoneonist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Salvador, Sal

* November 21, 1925, Monson, Massachusetts, USA;
† September 22, 1999
guitarist
Read a short biography on Classic Jazz Guitar


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Sasse, Martin

* March 2, 1968, Hamm, Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
  • 2003/2006: Martin Sasse Trio Plus Charlie Mariano: Good Times

Schenk, Johannes

* 1961, Remscheid, Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Schriefl, Matthias

* 1981, Germany
trumpeter, composer

website
leader of → Shreefpunk

Performance with Charlie Mariano

Scott, Bobby

* 1937, Mt. Pleasant, New York, USA
† 1990
multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter

Wikipedia

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Sema

Moritz, Sema

Shotham, Ramesh

* India
percussionist

website

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Shreefpunk

led byMatthias Schriefl
website

Performance with Charlie Mariano

Sinesi, Quique

* 1960, Buenos Aires, Argentina
guitarist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Smahi, Chaouki

* 1963, Morocco
oud player
website | MySpace


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Spang, André J.

* Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Stiefel, Christoph

* July 29, 1961, Zurich, Switzerland
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Studer, Fredy

* June 16, 1948, Lucerne, Switzerland
drummer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Sudhoff, Tobias

* 1975, Germany
pianist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Supersister

Progressive rock band from the Netherlands
Wikipedia says: "The most predominant band members were Robert Jan Stips (keyboards, vocals), Sacha van Geest (flute), Marco Vrolijk (drums) and Ron van Eck (bass)."
One has to add Charlie Mariano who joined the band in 1973.
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
Supersister 1973
From left: Herman van Boeyen, Charlie Mariano,
RJ Stips and Ron van Eck © Supersister
Charlie Mariano & Ron van Eck © Kees Westendorp
Charlie Mariano & Ron van Eck
© Kees Westendorp [ zoom ]

Swartz, Harvie

* December 6, 1948, Chelsea, Massachusetts, USA
bassist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Taksim

group founded in 1987 by Turkish/German vocalist Sema and her husband, pianist Dieter Moritz
Wikipedia about Taksim

Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Thiele, Bob

* July 27, 1922, New York City, New York, USA;
† January 30, 1996, New York, USA
conductor, producer
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Toliver, Joan

* February 16, 1932, Berea, Kentucky, USA
vocalist
Joan Toliver Discography


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

Tyner, McCoy

* December 11, 1938, Philadelphia, USA
pianist, band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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United Jazz + Rock Ensemble

Founded in the mid-1970s by German pianist Wolfgang Dauner
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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van Baaren, Sabine

* 1960, Baarn, Netherlands
singer/songwriter
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

van Daelen, Ulla

* Germany
harpist
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

van't Hof, Jasper

* June 30, 1947, Enschede, Holland, Netherlands
pianist, band leader
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano q.v. → Pork Pie

Vesala, Edward

* February 15, 1945, Mäntyharju, Finland;
† December 4, 1999, Helsinki, Finland
drummer
Wikipedia


Recordings with Charlie Mariano

von Westernhagen, Thilo

* January 14, 1950, Preetz, Germany
pianist, composer
website


Recordings with Charlie Mariano
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Waldron, Mal

* August 16, 1926, New York City, New York, USA;
† December 2, 2002, Brussels, Belgium
pianist, band leader
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Watanabe, Sadao

* 1933, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
alto saxophonist, band leader
website


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Weber, Eberhard

* January 22, 1940, Stuttgart, Germany
bassist
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Wecker, Konstantin

* June 1, 1947, Munich, Germany
singer/songwriter
website


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Williamson, Stu

* May 14, 1933, Brattleboro, Vermont, USA;
† October 1, 1991, Studio City, California, USA
trumpeter, valve trombonist


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Würzburger Streichquartett

Franz Peter Fischer (1st violin); Christiane Schuler (2nd violin); Makoto Studo (viola); Matthias Steinkrauß (cello)

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Zano, Anthony

* June 4, 1937, in Worcester, Massachusetts
arranger


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Zielke, Rolf

* 1964, Hameln, Germany
pianist
website


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