Jutta Hipp

The German Recordings 1952-1955 - 180 Gram (101 721)

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The German Recordings 1952-1955 - 180 Gram

Jutta Hipp

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LPS 135643

101 721

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The German Recordings 1952-1955 - 180 Gram

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PERSONNEL:

JUTTA HIPP,
piano
HANS KOLLER, JOKI FREUND, tenor sax
ALBERT MANGELSDORFF, trombone
ATTILA ZOLLER, guitar
FRANZ "SHORTY" ROEDER, HARRY SCHEL bass
KARL SANNER, drums

Koblenz (November 30, 1952), Baden-Baden (June 21, 1953), Stuttgart (June 28, 1955)

SIDE A
1. Blues After Hours
2. Errol‘s Bounce
3. Gone With The Wind
4. You Go To My Head
5. What Is This Thing Called Love

SIDE B
1. Sound-Koller
2. Come Back To Sorrento
3. Daily Double
4. Indian Summer
5. Everything Happens To Me
6. Sepentinen

By the age of 13, Jutta Hipp had completed her classical piano studies. With the war in full flow she embarked on an art degree; when the country was partitioned she fled to the West, realising the Russian occupying forces would expect her to produce only party political poster art. First Munich, then Frankfurt, finally the whole of West Germany. She got to know all the jazz pioneers of the day: Emil and Albert Mangelsdorff, Joki Freund – and above all Hans Koller, whose admiration of Lester Young had a profound influence on her own performance style.