Released in 2008

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Discogs Album Info:

1: Old Slippers
Bass, Electric Bass: John Heard
Drums: Leon Ndugu Chancler
Electric Guitar: Obdewl'l X
Vocals: Flora Purim
Written-By, Electric Piano, Organ, Clavinet, Synthesizer, Producer: George Duke

2: Vulcan Worlds
Drums: Lenny White
Electric Guitar: Al Di Meola
Electric Piano, Clavinet, Synthesizer, Arranged By, Producer: Chick Corea
Written-By, Electric Bass, Chimes [Organ Chimes], Bell Tree, Arranged By: Stanley Clarke

3: Ant Steps On An Elephant's Toe
Drums: Alphonse Mouzon
Electric Bass: Jaco Pastorius
Producer: Joachim Ernst Berendt
Written-By, Trombone: Albert Mangelsdorff

4: Bed Stories
Drums: Alphonse Mouzon
Electric Bass: John Lee (3)
Electric Guitar: Philip Catherine
Producer: Joachim Ernst Berendt
Written-By, Electric Piano, Arranged By: Joachim Kühn

5: Emergency
Electric Guitar: John McLaughlin
Organ: Larry Young
Producer: Jack Lewis, Monte Kay
Written-By, Drums: Anthony Williams

6: The Word
Alto Saxophone: Dick Spencer
Clavinet, Handclaps, Arranged By, Conductor: Don Sebesky
Drums, Tambourine: Donald MacDonald
Electric Bass: Chuck Rainey
Electric Guitar: Joe Beck, Larry Coryell
Flute: Hubert Laws, Jerry Dodgion
Handclaps: Janet Sebesky
Producer: Esmond Edwards
Trumpet: Marvin Stamm
Written-By: Lennon-McCartney

7: Black Dog
Congas: Rubens Bassini
Drums: Steve Gadd
Electric Bass: Will Lee
Electric Guitar: Elliott Randall, John Tropea
Electric Piano, Tambourine, Arranged By, Producer: Eumir Deodato
Producer: Alberto Cacciola
Soprano Saxophone: Lou Marini
Written-By: Jimmy Page, John Baldwin, Robert Plant

8: Nightmare
Electric Bass: Miroslav Vitous
Electric Guitar: Philip Catherine
Piano, Electric Piano: Joachim Kühn
Producer: Joachim Ernst Berendt
Written-By, Drums, Organ, Producer: Alphonse Mouzon

9: Aorta
Drums: Kirt Rust
Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Producer: Jean-Michel Kajdan
Electric Piano, Synthesizer: Francis Lockwood
Producer: Jean-Marie Salhani
Tenor Saxophone: Bob Malach
Written-By, Violin [Electric]: Didier Lockwood

10: Song For Barry
Electric Bass, Bass [Piccolo Bass], Vocals: Armand Sabal-Lecco
Electric Guitar: Mike Stern
Keyboards: George Whitty
Percussion: Don Alias
Synthesizer, Percussion: Max Risenhoover
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Producer: Randy Brecker
Written-By: Chris Rogers, Louise Rogers
Written-By, Tenor Saxophone, Keyboards, Arranged By, Producer: Michael Brecker

11: Love For Sale
Acoustic Bass: Ron Carter
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer: Don Sebesky
Cello: Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy
Drums: Anthony Williams
Electric Bass: Alphonso Johnson
Electric Guitar: John Scofield
Electric Piano, Clavinet: Richard Beirach
Percussion: Ralph MacDonald
Tenor Saxophone: Michael Brecker
Trumpet: Chet Baker
Violin: Charles Libove, David Nadien, Diana Halprin, Harold Kohon, Marvin Morgenstern, Matthew Raimondi, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Rochelle Abramson
Written-By: Cole Porter


Compiled By: Arnaldo DeSouteiro
Design: Knut Schötteldreier
Photography By [Cover Photo]: Lawrence Manning


Jazzclub | Trends
Original recordings - digitally remastered
Mastered at Eastside Mastering Studios, Berlin

Track 1 recorded 1974, Los Angeles / Original: LP "[r=5380338]" (MPS 15 438)
Track 2 recorded July 1974, New York City / Original: LP "[r=483057]" (Polydor PD-6509)
Track 3 recorded live, November 6, 1976, Berlin / Original: LP "[url=]Trilogue - Live![/url]" (MPS 15 424)
Track 4 recorded November 3, 1975, Ludwigsburg / Original: LP "[r=1186231]" (MPS 15 466)
Track 5 recorded May 26, 1969, New York City / Original: LP "[url=]Emergency![/url]" (Polydor 24-4017)
Track 6 recorded January 1968, New York City / Original: LP "[url=]Don Sebesky & The Jazz-Rock Syndrome[/url]" (Verve V6-8756)
Track 7 recorded 1975, New Jersey / Original: LP "[r=326971]" (MCA 491)
Track 8 recorded November 20, 1977, Stuttgart / Original: LP "[r=1047874]" (MPS 15 520)
Track 9 recorded September 1981, Zuidbroek / Original: LP "[r=7765246]" (MPS 15 582)
Track 10 recorded 1992, New York City / Original: CD "[url=]The Return Of The Brecker Brothers[/url]" (GRD 9684-2)
Track 11 recorded 1977, New York City / Original: LP "[r=3434252]" (A&M Horizon 726)

This compilation: ℗ 2008 Universal Music Classics & Jazz © 2008 Universal Music Classics & Jazz, a Division of Universal Music GmbH

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