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Bohren & der Club of Gore: Piano Nights

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Of the many hard-to-define sub-genres of jazz, “dark jazz" may be the most challenging to classify. Exemplifying the category is Bohren & der Club of Gore's Piano Nights . The German quartet, whose members have a variety of doom metal origins, has morphed their earlier inclinations into a hybrid that has little to suggest the player's roots. Unequal parts of ambient, experimental and modern jazz, it represents the most radical career transition since Charles Lloyd joined the Beach Boys. Founded in 1992, Bohren & der Club of Gore have long had a following in Europe, recording eight studio ...



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