• Jazz Because

    The four CDs include two studio CDs with recordings from different periods and musicians. From Bob Malach, Archie Shepp to Angeique Kidjo. The two live CDs are archival recordings of the various radio archives such as NDR and Radio Bremen, with Association PC, Pili Pili, dead Blanke, Edward Vesala, Jiri Stivn, Zbiegniew Seifert, Marylin Mazur, Charlie Mariano, Ernie Watts, Soo and Association PC

    This CD box is only available as a limited edition of 500 pieces and includes a 96 page biography in German and Dutch alongside the four CDs.

  • In Chamber Groove through South Africa. The title “Ukuba noma Unkungabi”points to South Africa, where Pili Pili had already found new musical nourishment in 1999 when the band cooperated with the Phikelela Sakhula Zulu Choir. It was that ensemble which brought forth the singer Smangele Khumalo, Pili Pili’s lead voice on the new CD. Otherwise the new constellation has a different sound, mood, and  more chamber-music-like style.

  • Pangramm


    Voted a decade ago as Europe's best keyboard player, Jasper Van't Hof has hauled his multifarious keyboards out of the garage. These include the Korg M1, Kawai CD5, Roland M-CD1, Korg P3+SDD and the DRV 2000 among others - a veritable historic collection! Out of love for experimentation, beyond the melodiousness of calculated music-making, he's joined with Swiss drummer Fredy Studer to create a couragious, joyously experimental CD – "Pangramm".

  • This is a live recording of HotLips by Deutschlandradio Kultur at the Quasimodo, Berlin, January 2007.
  • Delirious


    Delirious is the outcome of an unusual encounter between two entirely different musicians. Charles Petersohn on the one hand, a jazz DJ, electronic music producer, singer and “street poet,” Jasper van’t Hof on the other, World Music and jazz pianist, composer and arranger, internationally renowned through Pili Pili and other projects. The key to their collaboration is football in the broadest sense.

  • Worldmusic-sampler with Pili Pili, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Sarband, Luis di Matteo.



    The second solo album of Jasper van’t Hof was recorded in November 2002 at Radio Bremen broadcasting hall. The main theme is the explainable, mathematical and recurrent aspect of music, inspired by Gödel, Escher, and Bach, who traced this formula back to its origins in mathematics, painting and music, respectively.

  • This album is a limited double CD edition  celebrating Pili Pili’s 20th jubilee. The first CD contains a best of-compilation and on the second CD there is a new (2003) version of the dance hit “Pili Pili” and some unreleased live recordings. In addition to the album itself, a book comes to visually support your musical enjoyment.   THE ALBUM IS SOLD OUT !

  • The 2002 release of Pili Pili is dedicated to the legendary city of  Timbuktu in Mali. All of the 12 ballads with modern sounds give a new picture of the ensemble’s music and build on a musical trip through the city that is nowadays forgotten by the tourists. However forgotten the place is, Pili Pili’s journey reeks of the memories of  a caravan trade centre on the edge of the vast desert in West Africa.

  • Nomansland


    “Nomansland” tells a very personal story of slavery from the point of view of the African victims. Men, women and children speak of the terrible events and their consequences: imprisonment, separation, longing, homesickness, hope, resistance and finally the conscious resolution not to pity oneself but to set out to live the future. African and European musicians alike have participated in this production.



    A cross section of the jazz regions in the JARO collection, of interpreters from different corners of the world and their diversity of programmes: Jasper van't Hofs PILI PILI, TOSHINORI KONDO, Mikhail Alperins Moscow Art Trio, Tam Echo Tam, Charles, Piirpauke and others. Titles from JARO's first LPs and its most recent CD productions, side by side. High in quality. Timeless. Captivating.

  • Best of …


    The “Best of” album is a CD full of punchy Pili Pili hits that includes the world hit “Pili Pili” which gave the group its name. Listening to this CD will mean rediscovery of the familiar for some and new discovery of the surprising for others. However, in either case, the arrangement of the titles goes into making the experience one of pure pleasure.

  • This album comes as a result of Jasper Van’t Hof”s first collaboration with South African musicians. Having discovered the young Zulu choir Phikelela Sakhula in Durban, Van’t Hof made recordings with them and invited them to Europe for a concert tour.

  • NeverNeverLand


    The album represents the debut of the HotLips band. Mirroring the experience gained in group projects such as Pork Pie and Eyeball, the result is both a review of the past and a glimpse of the future – a kind of fusion of “modern composing”. The charm of the new constellation lies in the electro-acoustic design of the concept. Powerful and sophisticated passages for brass are enhanced by lyrical, challenging solos and funk.

  • Hoomba Hoomba

    Nur noch eine CD auf Lager!
  • This album marks the last of a series of CDs  to come about spontaneously and nearly by chance. It was recorded during the tour in January 1995 and comprises more jazzy grooves. Pili Pili defines its own standard of jazz: raw, personal, stubborn, always inspired by rhythm and groove, fantastic for dancing.

  • Boogaloo


    "Boogaloo - a soundtrack for rotating bodies"

  • Stolen Moments


    The Dutch pianist Jasper van't Hof successfully merges European Jazz, fusion and various elements of African music.

  • Hotel Babo


    European Jazz meets African Rhythms. Last album with Angelique Kidjo.

  • Pili Pili


    The legendary cult album of the group PILI PILI ...

  • Live 88


    Feat. ANGELIQUE KIDJO - a wonderful live-CD, recorded 1988.