Wolfgang Schlüter

Wolfgang Schlüter (Nov. 12, 1933 — Nov. 12, 2018) was a German malletist who appeared on more than 100 albums, staring in the mid-1950s. During the 1970s, he released solo, combo, and collaborative works on ECM, MPS, and other labels. Discography: Hangover (1977 • Wolfgang Schlüter Combo) Phönix Voran (1978 • Peter Rühmkorf, Michael Naura, […]

Rolf Kühn Orchestra ‎– Symphonic Swampfire (1979)

Symphonic Swampfire is an album by German jazz-rock composer/conductor/clarinetist Rolf Kühn, recorded with an orchestra featuring his pianist brother Joachim Kühn alongside guitarist Philip Catherine and percussionist Wolfgang Schlüter. The album was released in 1979 on MPS. Tracklist: A1. “Symphonic Swampfire, Part I” (9:41) A2. “Symphonic Swampfire, Part II” (7:28) B1. “La Canal” (7:01) B2. […]

The Wolfgang Schlüter Combo ‎– Hangover (1977)

Hangover is an album by German vibraphonist Wolfgang Schlüter, released in 1977 on Peer International. Tracklist: A1. “Hangover” (11:06) A2. “Consensus” (4:39) A3. “Sun Up” (4:36) B1. “Dance of the Dinosaurs” (7:55) B2. “Time and Tide” (5:20) B3. “Thirst” (5:05) Credits: Bass, Electric Bass – Lucas Lindholm Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Leszek Zadlo […]

Michael Naura Quartett ‎– Call (1970)

Call is an album by Lithuanian/German pianist Michael Naura, recorded with a quartet featuring vibraphonist Wolfgang Schlüter and bassist Eberhard Weber. The album was released in 1970 on MPS. Tracklist: A1. “Soledad de Murcia” (5:57) A2. “M.O.C.” (3:37) A3. “Forgotten Garden” (5:53) A4. “Take Us Down to the River” (3:58) B1. “Why Is Mary So Nervous?” […]