The British-based First Brass ensemble released its self-titled album in 1986 on MA Music in Europe and A&M in North America. The group was the brainchild of trumpeter and composer Allan Botschinsky and producer Marion Kaempfert, the daughter of orchestra leader Bert Kaempfert. British trumpeter Derek Watkins and Dutch brothers Bart (trombone) and Erik Van Lier (trombone and tuba) completed First Brass
It's difficult to pigeonhole this group's music. It's not exactly jazz, although there are certainly jazz elements, and it's closer to that genre than to any other. Surprisingly most of the music is delightfully accessible, such as Kubismus 502. "Kubismus" is the German word for cubism and "502" refers to the length of the selection. Trumpeter Watkins is featured.
This was the only release by First Brass, although Botschinsky and Kaempfert's MA Music label released 15 more albums that featured such artists as Lee Konitz and Gary Burton. The First Brass album is available on CD at the MA Music website. It does not appear to have been made available as a download.
Here's another track from the album.