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hr-Bigband feat. Roberta Gambarini: „Tribute to Ella“ – live at Rheingau Musik Festival July 2009

Roberta Gambarini, voc
Örjan Fahlström, ld
hr-Big Band (Frankfurt Radio Big Band):
Martin Auer, Axel Schlosser, Thomas Vogel: trumpets
Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn, Oliver Leicht, Tony Lakatos, Julian Argüelles, Rainer Heute: reeds
Günter Bullmann, Peter Feil, Manfred Hornetschläger, Christian Jaksjø: trombones
Peter Reiter, piano; Martin Scales, guitar; Thomas Heidepriem, bass; Paul Hochstädter, drums

recorded live at Schloss Johannisberg, Geisenheim July 5, 2009

1. When Lights Are Low
2. Please Don´t Talk About Me
3. Daydream
4. Honeysuckle Rose
5. Stardust
6. Just One Of Those Things
7. Manha da Carneval
8. Oh, Lady Be Good
9. This Autumn
10. Lover Come Back To Me
11. Round Midnight
12. Cotton Tail Part I
13. Cotton Tail Part II
14. I Hadn´t Anyone Until You

The Frankfurt Radio Bigband is one of the most innovative German jazz ensembles of our times. Its imaginative programmes, quality musicians and high-profile projects have raised the Big Band of the Hessischer Rundfunk (German Public Radio of Hessen) to the Champions League of large ensemble jazz music and have set new musical standards. From swing to the avant-garde, it covers the entire spectrum of jazz, as well as crossing over into classical, pop and world music.

Celebrated throughout the world by fans, critics and many of the world’s greatest musicians,Roberta Gambarini became a fast-rising star. The Boston Globe named Roberta as the “true successor to Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, and Carmen McRae.” Roberta’s new album, ‘So In Love,’ out on August 25, 2009, is a stunning affirmation of her status as one of the most important vocal artists performing today.

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