Doc Severinsen and The Now Generation Brass - Doc Severinsen's Closet (1970, US, Big Band)
I mainly bought this lp recently because it includes a big band version of The court of the Crimson King. The rest of this record is also not bad, big band wise.
It reminds me of the Quincy Jones lp Walking in Space: the music ranges from trippy to kitschy.
The recording contains covers of
The Burbank Philharmonic (1970, US, Dixieland)
Three brothers doing dixie versions of more or less well known tunes.
1 Big noise from Winnetka [2:23]
2 You've lost that lovin' feeling [3:02]
3 These boots are made for walking [2:42]
4 Italian village [3:08]
5 Banjo city [2:41]
Hát Või Quê Húóng (1982, DE/VN, new wave)
Hát Või Quê Húóng was a one time project of Holger Hiller and Walter Thielsch (both: Palais Schaumburg) with three Vietnamese refugees singing traditional songs.
Walter Thielsch died January 13th 2011 at age 60 in Hamburg.
1 Hát Või Quê Húóng [3:12]
- Doc Severinsen and The Now Generation Brass - Doc Severinsen's Closet (1970, US, Big Band)