Wolfgang Lackerschmid

Wolfgang Lackerschmid (born 19 September 1956 in Tegernsee) is a German jazz musician, bandleader and composer. His main instrument is the vibraphone, but he also plays many other percussion instruments. Lackerschmid grew up in Ehingen and now lives in Augsburg, where he operates a recording studio.

Wolfgang Lackerschmid in 2011

DiscographyEdit

As leaderEdit

  • Mallet Connection (Plane, 1978)
  • Ballads for Two (Sandra, 1979)
  • Chet Baker / Wolfgang Lackerschmid (Sandra, 1980)
  • Live Conversation (In-akustik, 1985)
  • Originals (Art & Sound, 1988)
  • Live Highlights '92 with Atilla Zoller (Bhakti, 1992)
  • One More Life (Bhakti, 1992)
  • Gently but Deep (Bhakti, 1996)
  • Colors (Hot Wire, 1997)
  • Hurry Up and Wait (Hipjazz, 2007)
  • Common Language, Common Sense (Hipjazz, 2011)
  • Magic Brewery (Hipjazz, 2013)
  • Wolfgang Lackerschmid Quartet (TCB, 2015)
  • Samba Gostoso (Hipjazz, 2016)
  • Studio Konzert (Neuklang, 2018)

ReferencesEdit

  • Wolf Kampmann Reclams Jazzlexikon. Stuttgart 2003; ISBN 3-15-010528-5
  • Martin Kunzler Jazz-Lexikon Bd. 1. Reinbek 2002; ISBN 3-499-16512-0

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