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Tomas Ulrich: Tomas Ulrich's Cargo Cult

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Recorded live in February, 2007 in Kingston, NY, If You Should Go unveils the distinction among three separate string instruments: the cello, the guitar and the upright bass. As Tomas Ulrich on cello, Rolf Sturm on electric and acoustic guitars and Michael Bisio on bass trade leading musical lines, so do they each reflect how they feel in response to one another in statements that are as diverse as their instruments can sound.

Perhaps the title of the album itself ...

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Tomas Ulrich: Labyrinths, String Quartet & Surface: For Alto, Baritone and Strings

Read "Tomas Ulrich: Labyrinths, String Quartet & Surface: For Alto, Baritone and Strings" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Ayman Fanous/Tomas Ulrich Labyrinths Konnex 2006 TECK String 4Tet Clean Feed 2007 Rodrigo Amado Surface: For Alto, Baritone and Strings European Echoes 2007

Watching Tomas Ulrich perform is an insight into his working process. Poised behind his cello, he watches his bandmates like a hawk, ...


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