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Basement Research: Don't Touch My Music

Read "Don't Touch My Music" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Gebhard Ullmann lays down the ground rules without ado with the slam-bang title Don't Touch My Music. There should be no qualms about that, Ullmann's music is made to draw rapt attention. The closer one listens, the more there is to discover. Ullmann brings in an evolving, and revolving, cast of characters to ...

Live in Munster

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Blaues Lied; Basement Research; Kreuzberg Park East; Farbiges Lied; T.T. Walk; New No Ness.

Basement Research

Label: Soul Note
Released: 2007
Track listing: D. Nee - No; Think Tank; Caf

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Gebhard Ullmann: Basement Research

Read "Basement Research" reviewed by Budd Kopman

On Basement Research, Berlin-based Gebhard Ullmann combines his unique brand of composition with the pre-existing American trio of saxophonist Ellery Eskelin, bassist Drew Gress and drummer Phil Haynes. The recording is remarkable in that there is no sense whatsoever of Ullmann being grafted on to an admittedly close trio. While it is true that Eskelin and ...

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Basement Research: Live In Munster

Read "Live In Munster" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Basement Research is one of Gebhard Ullmann's ongoing projects; its first edition produced an eponymous debut (Soul Note, 1995), where the multi-reedist was joined by Ellery Eskelin's battling tenor saxophone and supported by bassist Drew Gress and drummer Phil Haynes, resulting in music with much raw energy and passion. This same band also recorded Kreuzberg Park ...

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Basement Research: Live in Munster

Read "Live in Munster" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Basement Research's third CD comes in the wake of Gebhard Ullmann's 50th birthday. The band got started with Ellery Eskelin on tenor saxophone in 1993, before Tony Malaby replaced him in 1999--and thus Malaby appears on this live recording from that year. Ullmann is a man of many parts. He plays in several bands, all of ...


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