Part Two - Michael Mantler - No Answer (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Nov 12,  · Thriller is the sixth solo studio album by Michael Jackson. It was released by Epic Records on November 30, , as the follow-up to Jackson's critically and commercially successful album Off The Wall. Thriller explores similar genres to those of Off The Wall, including pop, post-disco, rock and funk.
  3. Michael Mantler, Bjarne Roupé, Bob Rockwell, Pedro Carneiro, Roswell Rudd, Majella Stockhausen, Nick Mason, Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin, Roland Kluttig Trumpet.
  4. Michael Mantler biography Michael Mantler was born in Vienna, Austria in He studied trumpet and musicology at the Academy of Music, Vienna University and the Berklee School of Music. In he moved to New York, and began playing trumpetwith Cecil Taylor.
  5. Studio Album, released in Songs / Tracks Listing. Number Six A1 Part One A2 Part Two A3 Part Three A4 Part Four Number Twelve B1 Part One B2 Part Two B3 Part Three B4 Part Four. Line-up / Musicians - Carla Bley / Piano, Organ, Clavinet - Don Cherry / Trumpet - Jack Bruce / Vocals, Bass. Releases information. Watt Works (LP, ) Virgin /5(5).
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Live - Michael Mantler on AllMusic - - From a concert at The First International Art.
  7. Reviewing Mantler's Movies LP in Christgau's Record Guide, Robert Christgau wrote, "Great title for the ultimate soundtrack demo, utilizing the chops and sound of Larry Coryell, Tony Williams, Steve Swallow, and Carla Bley on bracing (if rather detached) compositions that unite the conventions of jazz group writing with those of twentieth.
  8. Michael Mantler’s new disc is a record of two parts. It begins with English language versions of Ernst Meister poems that the Austrian-born composer first set to music in on his Many Have No Speech album (where they are sung, in German, by Jack Bruce).
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