Collection of previously unreleased soundtrack recordings, produced 1962-67 in a Berlin studio. Soulful jazz from the arthouse films of HansjÃ¼rgen Pohland (“The Bread of Our Early Years”, “Cat and Mouse”, “Tamara”), improvised directly in front of the screen by Hungarian-born guitarist Attila Zoller (1927-1998) and his musicians.
Comes as 6-Panel Digipack CD and Vinyl LP with 12 tracks, transferred from the master tapes, including artworks from the Deutsche Kinemathek and new liner notes.
All music by Attila Zoller, transferred and mastered from previously unreleased tapes found in the archives of HansjÃ¼rgen Pohland, recorded in Berlin by Attila Zoller and unknown sidemen, tracks 3./8./12. recorded 1962, tracks 1./5./7./9./11. recorded 1966, tracks 2./4./6./10. recorded 1967
“No other musician has given the German jazz scene this much soul – not in the sense of black, American soul, but in the sense of European romance – as the Hungarian Attila Zoller. (…) through his own sensitivity that has to do with the music of his homecountry Hungary.” (Joachim Ernst Berendt in “A window of jazz”, Fischer Publishing 1978, page 187)