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Manfred Schoof - Timebreaker album flac

  • Performer: Manfred Schoof
  • Album: Timebreaker
  • FLAC: 1836 mb | MP3: 1584 mb
  • Released: 1990
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Contemporary Jazz
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Manfred Schoof - Timebreaker album flac

Tracklist

1 Timebreaker 4:34
2 Powerblock 6:17
3 Gardens Of Glass 5:54
4 Odd Rhythm 5:01
5 Air 3:05
6 Heavy Worker 7:40
7 Salt Desert 2:18
8 Smiling Helicopter 8:04
9 Iceland 2:47
10 Timebreaker Underscore 4:34
11 Powerblock Underscore 4:48
12 Gardens Of Glass Underscore 5:56
13 Odd Rhythm Underscore 2:26
14 Heavy Worker Underscore 5:25
15 Smiling Helicopter Underscore 5:02

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Largo Musikverlag GmbH
  • Recorded At – Cornet Studio
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – UBM Records GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – UBM Records GmbH

Credits

  • Composed By – Manfred Schoof
  • Engineer – Thomas Kern
  • Producer – Uwe Buschkötter

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 7877

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UBM 1132 Manfred Schoof Timebreaker ‎(CD, Album) UBM Records UBM 1132 Germany 1990

German trumpeter Manfred Schoof, whose work in the '60s focused on the possibilities of the big band in a free jazz context, presented a half-hour free improvisation for German radio in June 1969 that was later released by the FMP label as European Echoes and still later unearthed by Atavistic as part of their estimable Unheard Music reissue series.

Complete your Manfred Schoof collection. Timebreaker Underscore. Powerblock Underscore. Timebreaker ‎(CD, Album).

MANFRED SCHOOF - Timebreaker. 1 Timebreaker 4:34 2 Powerblock 6:17 3 Gardens Of Glass 5:54 4 Odd Rhythm 5:01 5 Air 3:05 6 Heavy Worker 7:40 7 Salt Desert 2:18 8 Smiling Helicopter 8:04 9 Iceland 2:47 10 Timebreaker Underscore 4:34 11 Powerblock Underscore 4:48 12 Gardens Of Glass Underscore 5:56 13 Odd Rhythm Underscore. 2:26 14 Heavy Worker Underscore 5:25 15 Smiling Helicopter Underscore 5:02. Keyboards – Reinhard Schaub Keyboards, Piano – Manfred Schoof. UBM Records – UBM 1132 (Germany). Thanks to snobb for the addition.

Manfred Schoof: Resonance by John Kelman, published on November 16, 2009. Title: Resonance Year Released: 2009 Record Label: ECM Records.

Manfred Schoof (born 6 April 1936) is a German jazz trumpeter. Schoof was born in Magdeburg and studied music in Kassel and Cologne. He is a founder of European free jazz and collaborated with Albert Mangelsdorff, Peter Brötzmann, Mal Waldron, and Irène Schweizer. He has interpreted Die Soldaten, an operatic work by the contemporary composer Bernd Alois Zimmermann.

Manfred Schoof (6 April 1936 Magdeburg) is a German jazz trumpet player. He studied music in Kassel and Cologne. He is an interpreter of the works (Die Soldaten) of the contemporary composer Bernd Alois Zimmermann. Schoof won various jazz prices and is involved in the German musical rights association. He is professor in Cologne since 1990.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Manfred Schoof - Timebreaker. Photo of Manfred Schoof - Timebreaker. More albums of Manfred Schoof: Crossroad. This album was released on the label UBM Records (catalog number UBM 1132). This album was released in 1990 year.

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Album · 1965 · 6 Songs. Trumpeter/cornetist and composer Manfred Schoof isn’t quite as well known today as some of his peers in the free-jazz movement in Germany. Though now primarily working in radio and television music, Schoof recorded a series of extraordinary records as a bandleader in the ‘60s and ‘70s. His quintet of the mid-‘60s featured saxophonist Gerd Dudek, bassist Buschi Niebergall, drummer Jaki Liebezeit (later of prog-rock band Can), and pianist/composer Alexander von Schlippenbach.

German trumpeter Manfred Schoof, whose work in the '60s focused on the possibilities of the big band in a free jazz context, presented a half-hour free improvisation for German radio in June 1969 that was later released by the FMP label as European Echoes and still later unearthed by Atavistic as part of their estimable Unheard Music reissue series.