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Otello

Label: FullFat
Released: 2010

Bass

Label: FullFat
Released: 2008

Fieldwork

Label: FullFat
Released: 2007

Folksongs

Label: FullFat
Released: 2006

Due

Label: FullFat
Released: 2005
Track listing: Disc One: Savannah Samurai; Ruby My Dear; Goodbye; Glass; On the Trail; Namida; Estate; Kyoto
Disc Two: Bye Bye Babe; Peace in My Heart; Lilli By the Sea; Vesti La Giubba; Tsuyu; Bangalore Song; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dieter Ilg & Charlie Mariano: Due

Read "Due" reviewed by John Kelman

You may not have heard of German bassist Dieter Ilg, but he's played with a number of known entities since his emergence in the early '90s, including trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, pianist Marc Copland, and trumpeter Randy Brecker. He also played on and produced Savannah Samurai, a '99 release by saxophonist Charlie Mariano, now in his 80s, ...

Eisenhans

Label: FullFat
Released: 2003

A La Carte

Label: FullFat
Released: 2001

LiveIlg

Label: FullFat
Released: 2001

Fieldwork

Label: FullFat
Released: 1998


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