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Gebhard Ullmann Basement Research: Hat and Shoes

Read "Hat and Shoes" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Una partenza decisamente lanciata, per poi ricondurre il tutto lungo binari concentrati e anche cerebrali più tipici di Ullmann (che del resto non disdegna impennate più vociferanti e corrugate, come qui accade per esempio in “Don't Touch My Music"), dà la stura a questo nuovo album del polistrumentista tedesco, il cui livello riporta per l'ennesima volta ...

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Gebhard Ullmann Basement Research: Don't Touch My Music Vol. 2

Read "Don't Touch My Music Vol. 2" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

When Gebhard Ullmann took his Basement Research into Krakow 's Alchemia Club to celebrate his 50th birthday, he recorded two sets of music. The first was released as Don't Touch My Music, Vol. 1. Like the first, this second set is unedited and unchanged, and shows just how intuitive and empathic the band is. Ullmann's compositions ...


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