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With Brian Morton and Alyn Shipton. The Austrian group 50 Broken
Promises, led by accordionist Otto Lechner , with Max Nagl
(saxophones), Joanna Lewis (viola) and Herbert Reisinger (drums), was recorded at the 1997 Bath Festival.
Alyn Shipton talks to Otto Lechner about his career, and to Scottish saxophonist Tommy Smith , who has just released an album of ballads by Ellington and Strayhorn. Music on CD comes from two duos - trombonist
Julian Priester with saxophonist Sam Rivers , and pianist Peggy Stern with saxophonist Thomas Chapin. Producer Derek Drescher


Unknown: Brian Morton
Unknown: Alyn Shipton.
Accordionist: Otto Lechner
Unknown: Max Nagl
Viola: Joanna Lewis
Viola: Herbert Reisinger
Talks: Alyn Shipton
Unknown: Otto Lechner
Unknown: Tommy Smith
Unknown: Julian Priester
Unknown: Sam Rivers
Pianist: Peggy Stern
Unknown: Thomas Chapin.
Producer: Derek Drescher

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