Friday, October 27, 2017

JOE HAIDER – Reconciliation (EGO Records – 4001 / LP-1974)




Label: EGO Records – 4001
Format: Vinyl, LP / Country: Germany / Released: 1974
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Recorded November 1974 at Connie's Studio in Neunkirchen.
Artwork By [Cover Design] – Kathy Fröhlicher
Photography – Josef Werkmeister
Engineer – Connie Plank
Crossover, published by KLAWEI-MUSIKVERLAG, Putzbrunn b München
Produced by Joe Haider
Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): ST 4001-A
Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): ST 4001-B

A1 - Crossover .............................................................................................. 10:07
A2 - Spanish Groove ...................................................................................... 9:55
B1 - Mas De Serles ........................................................................................ 8:35
B2 - Magdalena .............................................................................................. 5:37
B3 - Reconciliation ......................................................................................... 5:35

Musicians:
Joe Haider – piano
Ack Van Rooyen – fluegelhorn
Andy Scherrer – tenor / soprano saxophone
Günter Lenz – bass
Todd Canedy – drums, percussion

The first big break as a professional musician, he received in 1965. At that time he was hired as a pianist and conductor of the house trio at the Munich jazz club "Domicile" and worked there during the following three years. Thus, he had the opportunity to play with many European and American jazz musicians.
During two years (1968-70) Haider conducted the Radio Jazz Ensemble des Bayerischen Rundfunks (7-10 musicians), for which he also composed, arranged and worked as a producer - a job that Haider has brought a lot of prestige. So he got a commission, among others, for the "Dürener Music Days", perform an original composition that was there awarded the third prize. These were to the work "Fate of a Child", written in memory of his daughter who died young.



The period 1970-1989 was marked by several innovations in career Joe Haider: With the Swiss jazz quartet "Four for Jazz" (Heinz Bigler, alto saxophone, Isla Eckinger, bass and Peter Giger, drums) we went both on tour and in the recording studio , Next, the pianist founded together with Eckinger and drummer Pierre Favre his own trio, toured and took plates under his own name. Then he formed together with the US trombonist Slide Hampton a Big Band, the "Slide Hampton / Joe Haider Orchestra", in which, inter alia, the trumpeter Benny Bailey and Idries Sulieman, the tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon and trombonist Bob Burgess participated. The band embarked on a major European tour and played a record one for the label MPS. Besides Haider played by Leszek Zadlo quartet in Poland, the Sal Nistico Quartet, with Benny Bailey Quintet with Nistico, Eckinger and drummer Billy Brooks and the Dusko Goykovich / Joe Haider Quintet, in which Roman Schwaller played tenor saxophone.

In 1984, Haider took over in addition to his teaching activity the post of Director of the "Swiss Jazz School" in Bern. In this oldest private and fully accredited Jazzschule Europe he remained until 1995, where he was awarded in 1994 by the government of the canton of Bern for his achievements in the field of music the "Big Culture Award". But still there was time for some part-time functions such as another grossorchestrales adventure that Joe Haider Orchestra featuring Mel Lewis. Also from this band, there is a disk recording, which received a Best Big Band Recording of the Year 1988 "German Record Prize".



If you find it, buy this album!

12 comments:

  1. JOE HAIDER – Reconciliation (EGO Records – 4001 / LP-1974)
    Vinyl Rip/FLAC-96kHz+Artwork (359 MB)

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  2. Wonderful shares Vitko, thanks!!!

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  3. thanks vitko for more haider and van rooyen

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  4. Very nice album. Thank you Vitko. I wasn't aware that the great Conny Plank had worked on jazz recordings. I always had in mind his contributions on a large amount of Krautrock and New Wave albums.

    Uwe

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  5. yo Vitko
    thanks a lot for sharing.
    I'm really enjoying this one these days.

    great post.

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