Palais Anthology is a one-off album by multinational jazz-rock supergroup Piano Conclave, released in 1975 on MPS. Arranged and directed by Swiss pianist/composer George Gruntz, the project grew out of his earlier 2001 Keys – Piano Conclave album and features most of the same personnel, including pianists Joachim Kühn, Jasper van’t Hof, and Gordon Beck.
A1. “Rumba Orgiastica” (6:05)
A2. “English Moxplott” (4:29)
A3. “Hymny Shimmy” (2:48)
A4. “Hal-Lucy-‘n-o’-One Step” (4:37)
A5. “Zookie Cookie” (5:58)
B1. “Lookie Pookie” (5:17)
B2. “Tango Teclado” (4:32)
B3. “Titty-Chickie-Fitterbug” (4:54)
B4. “Shoo-Fly-Shuffle” (3:40)
B5. “Charles’ Stone and Quickflip” (2:46)
Bass – John Lee
Drums – Alphonse Mouzon
Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ, Synthesizer, Grand Piano – Wolfgang Dauner
Electric Piano, Grand Piano, Voice – Gordon Beck
Grand Piano – Martial Solal
Piano, Grand Piano – Joachim Kühn
Piano, Grand Piano, Synthesizer – George Gruntz
Piano, Organ, Voice – Jasper van’t Hof
Producer – Piano Conclave
Producer [Assistant] – Felix Gruntz
Producer [Director] – Gerard Lüll
Producer [Remix] – Willy Fruth
Recorded By [Assistant] – Hans Menzel
Arranged By – George Gruntz (A1 to A5, B1, B4)
Directed By – George Gruntz
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