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Dan Tepfer & Kirk Knuffke: Generous Versatility

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Dan Tepfer and Kirk Knuffke are two musicians that, despite being being only in their thirties, have already become reference players on their respective instruments. Known for their versatility, which allows them to be equally at home with the repertoires of Johann Sebastian Bach or Erik Satie as well as with all-out improvisation, they have a capacity to make their collaborators shine. This mixtape features some highlights from their already extensive discography as leaders or sidemen.

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  • Dan Tepfer Trio "Roadrunner" Eleven Cages (Sunnyside) 0:00
  • Mary Halvorson, Kirk Knuffke, Matt Wilson "Cramps" Sifter (Relative Pitch) 5:07
  • Dan Tepfer Trio "All I Heard Was Nothing" Eleven Cages (Sunnyside) 8:39
  • The Dickens Campaign "My Baby Likes to Sing" Oh Lovely Appearance (Self-released) 15:00
  • Dan Tepfer "Constant Motion" Natural Machines (Sunnyside) 17:54
  • Charlie Hunter "Latin for Travelers" Everybody Has a Plan Until They Get Punched in the Mouth (Ground Up) 22:48
  • Bizingas "Slip" Eggs Up High (NCM-East) 27:33
  • Ben Wendel, Dan Tepfer "Gratitude" Small Constructions (Sunnyside) 30:23
  • Camille Bertault, "Very Early" Pas de géant (Sony) 36:23
  • Kirk Knuffke, Steven Herring "Witness" Witness (SteepleChase) 38:32
  • Joanna Wallfisch with Dan Tepfer "This Is How You Make Me Feel" The Origin of Adjustable Things (Sunnyside) 45:01
  • Kirk Knuffke, Jesse Stacken "Six Gnossiennes No. 1" Satie (SteepleChase) 48:29
  • Dan Tepfer "Variation 22 / Improvisation 22" Goldberg Variations / Variations (Sunnyside) 52:52
  • Uri Caine Trop with Kirk Knuffke "Shadow of a Doubt" Calibrated Thickness (816 Music) 54:25
  • Lee Konitz, Dan Tepfer "Body and Soul" Decade (Sunnyside) 58:33
  • Dan Tepfer "Body and Soul" Decade (Sunnyside) 1:05:22
  • Kirk Knuffke Quartet "Repeat" BigWig (Clean Feed) 1:09:49

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