Music By – Jerome Kern (tracks: 9), Misha Mengelberg (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 12), Otto Harbach (tracks: 9), Yuri Honing (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10 to 12). Photography By – Camilla van Zuylen. Piano – Misha Mengelberg. Producer – Dick Kuijs, Yuri Honing. Technician – Michael van Polen. Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Yuri Honing. Recorded at Singelkerk, Amsterdam, March 16th & 30th 1998.
Honing had his first major success in 1996 with his album Star Tracks, which comprised recordings of pop songs as an alternative to the American Songbook. The album became a hit in the Netherlands and Germany, and gained significant notice in the UK as well. The album contains songs by ABBA and The Police among others. Honing uses their material as a basis for improvisation; he gladly points out that jazz musicians of previous generations were doing exactly the same. The album Sequel that Honing records in 1999 is in the same vein, using material by Björk, Blondie and others
Artist: Misha Mengelberg, Yuri Honing. Misha Mengelberg, Yuri Honing: best 2 tracks. Metropole Orchestra, Vince Mendoza, Yuri Honing - l'Avventura Symphonic, 2006 05:38. Misha Mengelberg, Yuri Honing - Chess Playing, 2000 05:28. Artist: Misha Mengelberg Yuri Honing.
Yuri Honing/Misha Mengelberg. Yuri Honing Misha Mengelberg. Yuri Honing has won a prestigious Edison Jazz Award 2018 which will be handed out to him in LantarenVenster in Rotterdam on July 6th 2018 for his album 'Goldbrun' together with his Acoustic Quartet. As a follow-up of the album he has set up a presentation in one of the museum halls of Museum De Fundatie in Zwolle together with Mariecke van der Linden Three Edison Jazz Audience Award Nominees!
|2||Die Berge Schütze Die Heimat||1:31|
|4||Jingle (Extended Version)||2:13|
|10||Heavy Rolls And Coda||3:00|
|JIM 75044||Yuri Honing & Misha Mengelberg||Yuri Honing & Misha Mengelberg - Playing (CD, Album)||Jazz In Motion Records||JIM 75044||Netherlands||1998|