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Klaus Lenz Big Band – Aufbruch (1976)

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Klaus Lenz Big Band – Aufbruch (1976)

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A1 Blow Out play
A2 Balkantanz
A3 Aufbruch
B1 Hallo, Igor
B2 Ballade für zwei

Klaus Lenz - leader, trumpet
Max Pflugbeil - trumpet
Claus-Dieter Knispel - trumpet, percussion
Signor Rotbarth - trumpet, flugelhorn
Bernd Swoboda - trombone
Manfred Nytsch - bass trombone
Axel-Glenn Müller - soprano & alto sax, bass clarinet
Helmut Forsthoff - tenor sax, flute
Rainer Gäbler - baritone sax
Wolfgang Fiedler - electric piano, synthesizer, organ
Jürgen Heinrich - guitar
Jörg Dobersch - bass
Dieter Ehrhardt - drums & percussion


Aufbruch which - almost anticipatingly - means departure would be that last album East German jazz giant Klaus Lenz could publish in his home country. Due to problems with the authority he left East Germany in 1977 and settled down in the western part of Germany where he would record only two more albums (both with another giant, Zbigniew Namyslowski). Around 1980 he completely retired from the music scene to earn his living as conservator. A tragic loss for German jazz if you ask me, the man was just 40 years old then. It was a big surprise when Lenz returned this year for some concerts with his old buddies. A CD of these concerts which is said to be pretty fine has been released not long ago.

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