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Matthias Winckelmann: Happy Birthday ENJA!

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ECM, ACT, Winter & Winter, FMP, MPS, ENJA... Germany sounds like a generous land for creative jazz record labels. ENJA Records, the Münich-based jazz label, was founded in 1971 by Matthias Winckelmann and Horst Weber. For the last forty years ENJA has built an impressive catalog, with more than seven hundred releases that ...

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ENJA Records' Matthias Winckelmann Interviewed at All About Jazz!

ENJA Records' Matthias Winckelmann Interviewed at All About Jazz!

ECM, ACT, Winter & Winter, FMP, MPS, ENJA... Germany sounds like a generous land for creative jazz record labels. ENJA Records, the Münich-based jazz label, was founded in 1971 by Matthias Winckelmann and Horst Weber. For the last forty years ENJA has built an impressive catalog, with more than seven hundred releases that cover a wide ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Indigo Trio and Michel Edelin: The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest

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Key musicians from the Chicago scene, Nicole Mitchell, Harrison Bankhead and Hamid Drake, created the Indigo Trio about six years ago. Since then, they've been exploring a musical field that faces the avant-garde of the improvisation. Indigo Trio has produced some noticeable records, including Live In Montreal (Greenleaf, 2007), Anaya (RogueArt, 2008). For ...


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