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Charlie Mariano

Charlie Mariano
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Carmine Ugo "Charlie" Mariano (born 12th November 1923 Boston, Massachusetts, USA - died 16th June 2009 Cologne, Germany) was a jazz saxophonist best known for his ventures expanding the sonic palette of the genre, incorporating sounds from rock and around the world into his music. He was among the faculty at the Berklee College of Music from 1965–1971, after which he moved to Europe, settling eventually in Köln (Cologne), Germany.
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Mike Gibbs Orchestra — By the Way Mike Gibbs Orchestra — By the Way
(ah um 016, 1993, CD)
United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Round Seven United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Round Seven
(Mood 33.606, 1987, CD)
Eberhard Weber — Works Eberhard Weber — Works
(ECM 825 429-1, 1985, LP)
The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — United Live Opus Sechs The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — United Live Opus Sechs
(Mood 33.621, 1984/1988, CD)
Pierre Moerlen's Gong — Leave It Open Pierre Moerlen's Gong — Leave It Open
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2250, 1981/2011, CD)
Embryo / Charlie Matiano / Karnataka College of Percussion — Life Embryo / Charlie Matiano / Karnataka College of Percussion — Life
(Disconforme DISC 1944 CD, 1981/2001, CD)
The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Live in Berlin The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Live in Berlin
(Mood 33.620, 1981/1988, CD)
Eberhard Weber Colours — Little Movements Eberhard Weber Colours — Little Movements
(ECM 1186, 1980, LP)
Ian Carr and Nucleus — Three of a Kind Ian Carr and Nucleus — Three of a Kind
(Gonzo Multimedia HST268CD, 1980/2015, CD)
The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — The Break Even Point The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — The Break Even Point
(Mood 33.619, 1979/1988, CD)
Volker Kriegel & Mild Maniac Orchestra — Long Distance Volker Kriegel & Mild Maniac Orchestra — Long Distance
(MPS 0068.243, 1979, LP)
Eberhard Weber Colours — Silent Feet Eberhard Weber Colours — Silent Feet
(ECM 1107, 1978, LP)
The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Teamwork The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Teamwork
(Mood 33.618, 1978/1988, CD)
Embryo — Live Embryo — Live
(Garden of Delights CD173, 1977/2015, CD)
The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Live im Schützenhaus The United Jazz+Rock Ensemble — Live im Schützenhaus
(Mood 33.609, 1977/1988, CD)
Charlie Mariano — October Charlie Mariano — October
(Contemp 2, 1977, LP)
Charlie Mariano — Helen 12 Trees Charlie Mariano — Helen 12 Trees
(MPS SPV 441042, 1976/2008, CD)
Eberhard Weber — Yellow Fields Eberhard Weber — Yellow Fields
(ECM 1066, 1976/1994, CD)
Mike Gibbs —  Directs the Only Chrome-Waterfall Orchestra Mike Gibbs — Directs the Only Chrome-Waterfall Orchestra
(BGO CD273, 1975/1995, CD)
Embryo — Bad Heads and Bad Cats Embryo — Bad Heads and Bad Cats
(Garden of Delights CD 163, 1975/2011, CD)
Philip Catherine — Guitars Philip Catherine — Guitars
(Atlantic 50193, 1975, LP)
Embryo — Surfin' Embryo — Surfin'
(Garden of Delights CD 157, 1975/2010, CD)
Charlie Mariano — Cascade Charlie Mariano — Cascade
(Zounds KT 444 054, 1974/1992, CD)
Charlie Mariano — Reflections Charlie Mariano — Reflections
(RCA Victor YFPL 1-828, 1974, LP)
Charlie Mariano / Chris Hinze — Blue Stone (AKA Charlie Mariano with the Chris Hinze Combination) Charlie Mariano / Chris Hinze — Blue Stone (AKA Charlie Mariano with the Chris Hinze Combination)
(Black Lion BLCD760203, 1973/1995, CD)
Supersister — Iskander Supersister — Iskander
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2058, 1973/2008, CD)
Embryo with Charlie Mariano — We Keep On Embryo with Charlie Mariano — We Keep On
(Disconforme DISC 1936 CD, 1973/1999, CD)
Charlie Mariano — Mirror Charlie Mariano — Mirror
(Wounded Bird WOU 1608, 1972/2006, CD)
Osmosis — Osmosis Osmosis — Osmosis
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2613, 1970/2017, CD)

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