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Performer: Peter Schärli Trio
Title: Avo Session
Released: 2011
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As a ten year old Schärli started to play the trumpet. Already during his apprenticeship as a clerk, he took lessons at the Jazz School in Lucerne. With Marco and Thomas Käppeli, he founded his own trio in 1982, which he then in 1984 with Hans Koch and guitarist Giancarlo, or saxophonist Roland Philip, expanded to a quintet (1987 Montreux Jazz Festival, Album Snip-snap 1986). From 1988, it comes to international tours with his quintet, which still regularly collaborates with Glenn Ferris as a guest musician (Germany, France, CIS, India, then Austria and Latin America) and several album recordings.

Tanz im Glück (Peter Schärli) - 13:01; 03. Calabrian Nights (Glenn Ferris) - 10:25; 04. Mr. Goodman (Donat Fisch) - 6:32; 05. I Fall In Love Too Easily (Jule Styne) - 6:36; 6. Hot Peace (Peter Schärli) - 8:10; 7. Pachamama (Peter Schärli) - 9:02; 8. Im Visier (Hans Feigewinter) - 9:02; Personnel: Peter Schärli (tromba); Donat Fisch (sax tenore); Glenn Ferris (trombone); Hans Feigewinter (piano); Thomas Dürst (contrabbasso); Beatrice Graf (batteria); Title: Hot Peace Year Released: 2006 Record Label: Enja Records.

There might not be too many musicians who can claim to have backed up both Steve Lacy and Duran Duran, and surely very few trombonists. Glen Ferris, a native of Los Angeles, got started early as a jazz professional.

Tracklist

1 Dark Nights
2 Ecchi
3 Fotografia
4 Two And One
5 Malinyea
6 Neustadt 27(Bonus Track)

Credits

  • Bass – Thomas Dürst
  • Piano – Hans-Peter Pfammatter
  • Trombone – Glenn Ferris
  • Trumpet – Peter Schärli

Notes

Live at Avo Session November 9, 2009

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  • Barcode: 0725095309325
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