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Friendly Travelers

Label: Material Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Gnadenwald; Between The Beats; End On 4; Vallekilde; Youssou; Friendly Travellers; Balladino; Heavy Song; Andrej Rublijow; Cold Summer; The Tuning Of The Bells.

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Wolfgang Muthspiel-Brian Blade: Friendly Travelers

Read "Friendly Travelers" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

I've been hearing guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel for over fifteen years now and have categorized him in a fusion-ish setting with a propensity to emulate the harder-edged style of John Scofield. So it came as a pleasant surprise to find that his co-venture with one of the most musical drummer/percussionists in jazz today, Brian Blade, is a ...

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Wolfgang Muthspiel and Brian Blade: Friendly Travelers

Read "Friendly Travelers" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Friendly Travelers is an attractive set of guitar and drums duets by two widely-traveled (and apparently friendly) musicians. Guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel's ample use of overdubs, loops and other effects is endlessly entertaining and certainly prevents any ennui. This proliferation of guitar voices nevertheless also prevents the listener from focusing carefully on Muthspiel's musical personality. Though capable ...

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Wolfgang Muthspiel and Brian Blade: Friendly Travelers

Read "Friendly Travelers" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

A confluence of two creative minds merges into an inspiring work on Friendly Travelers. From Austria comes guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel, who has garnered international praise in both classical and jazz music including his critically acclaimed Bright Side (2006 Material Records.) Joining him is Brian Blade, who is among jazz's top drummers: leader of Brian Blade Fellowship, ...


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