This is an album you will not regret to have slipped into your CD after listening. It Schwab Soro, released on Neuklang label, reflects the light exchange between two musicians who have found to agree. If bassist Raphael Schwab and saxophonist Julien Soro know in recent years, from the Conservatory until guitarist Fred Maurin, Ping Machine group, they decided to work on a more personal project, in this unusual duo (though .. ..) perfect setup that serves some idea of improvisation in a not devoid of humor and poetry adventure.
Sigi Schwab composed music for countless TV sequels, films, theater, ballett, performances and chamber music. He is the only European guitarist being awarded the "Ovation Award". Besides the Classical Ensemble, the Diabelli Trio and the Percussion Academia (until Guillermo Marchena died in 1994) Sigi Schwab now performs with the Percussion Project. This is a real beautiful live recording – a masterpiece of acoustic music with influences from all over the world !
Reissue with the latest remastering and the original cover artwork. Comes with a description written in Japanese. The togetherness here comes from great interplay between the piano of Don Friedman and guitar of Klaus Flenter – two players who work surprisingly well on the record, and each seem to bring out the best in each other! Freidman's tones on the piano have this extra-chromatic approach, which is really echoed in the guitar at times – often in the album's more dynamic moments, which have a vibe that's quite different than Don's regular trio outings. The rest of the group features Henk Haverhoek on bass and Eric Ineke on drums – and titles include "Vieux Roue", "Minor Ballad", "Autumn In Summer", "Lonely Evening", "Elba", "New Dawn", and "Mohonk Blues".
Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies. The Schulze-Schickert Session in Hambühren on 26 September 1975 with the Godfather of electronic keyboard music Klaus Schulze and the echo guitar pioneer Günter Schickert
Before fading away into obscurity, Klaus Schulze had a few more great albums in him. Dig It is the first of those and a must-have for fans, especially in the re-issued 2005 version…