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Gebhard Ullmann

Recording artist for Soul Note, Leo Records, Intuition Records, Clean Feed, WhyPlayJazz, Jazzwerkstatt, Between The Lines a.o. I released about 60 CDs as a leader/co-leader. I have been listed in Downbeat's Critics Poll in 2005 for the first time (Rising Stars Clarinet) and my CDs "Final Answer" and "The Big Band Project" received 4 1/2 stars and were listed in Downbeat with the best CD releases of 2004 and 2005. Please go to my website for all infos, an extensive mp3 library, downloadable sheet music and photos, bio information and news, concert dates, a discography with covers/titles/soundsamples and liner-notes for every CD, a CD order form and much more. Website: www.gebhard-ullmann.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/gebhardullmann Neil Tesser (Chicago Reader '02) about Gebhard Ullmann: " He has what critic Bill Shoemaker has called a 'razor-sharp diction' but he's also fluent in the smeary, loose-fitting phraseology that distinguishes the last quarter century of American reed work

Prism

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: F.J.D.; Prism; Listen to Dr. Cornell West; Variation on a Master Plan; Sal’s Song; The Bee; Zeit Lupe.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Conference Call: Prism

Read "Prism" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Prism, by the band Conference Call, sounds, on the set's opening tune, “F.J.D.," like a bunch of guys who might mug you: a brash, turbulent, confrontational crowd with a “we-don't-take-no-mess-from-nobody" approach to making music. Credit reedman Gebhard Ullmann with his grouchy, working-man-roused-from-his-afternoon-nap tenor sax sound, and the powerful bass (which you can feel in your bones) ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Conference Call: Prism

Read "Prism" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

During the roiling twenty years that Conference Call has willfully crisscrossed the broad Atlantic, the individual drummers haven't participated in all of the round trips. The pre-2020 drummer rotation was Matt Wilson, who left the band prior to its first tour in 2001 to prep for the delivery of triplets, Han Bennink, George Schuller, and Gerry ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gebhard Ullmann, Hans Lüdemann, Oliver Potratz, Eric Schaefer: Mikropuls

Read "Mikropuls" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Nel corso dei decenni, Gebhard Ullmann ci ha abituati particolarmente bene, per cui questo pur ottimo album, inciso nel corso del Jazzreis Berlin 2017 e condiviso, in ditta, con gli alti tre membri del quartetto che l'ha realizzato, ci pare normale, nella sua limitata progettualità, per un suono (di gruppo, ma anche individuale) magari anche più ...

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Brent Birckhead, Chicago Underground Qt., Roger Kellaway and Other New Releases

Read "Brent Birckhead, Chicago Underground Qt., Roger Kellaway and Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Second part of this week's ride through the new releases prairie with music by artists that cover a lot of ground, from Chicago Underground Quartet to Jesse Harris, from Valentina Ciardelli's take on Frank Zappa to Roger Kellaway' interpretation of Paul Desmond, and much more For the first part of the show click ...

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Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More

Read "Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

The feature artist is Los Angeles trumpeter Daniel Rosenboom who stokes the fires of outrage and concern for current politics and society on his new Absurd in the Anthropocene. There are plenty of new releases from European artists: Deep Ford, the very ambitious trio of keyboardist Benoit Delbecq, saxophonist Robin Fincker and drummer Sylvain Darrifourcq, Phronesis ...

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Playing Catch Up With 2019

Read "Playing Catch Up With 2019" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

There always seems to be a constant flow of worthwhile new music coming out, so much that it is to be impossible to cover it all within its calendar year. Here are seven notable releases from the last few months of 2019. Gebhard Ullmann mikroPULS Intuition 2019 The ...

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New Music from Gil, Vandermark, and Yamamoto

Read "New Music from Gil, Vandermark, and Yamamoto" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This show brings together an eclectic mix of releases from 2019.The featured album is from exciting Spanish guitarist Arnua Gil whose debut bridges the divide between rock and jazz with ease.There is also music from Ken Vandermark's first large ensemble recording in more than four years. The band is called Entr'acte and ...

mikroPULS

Label: Intuition Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Flutist With Hat and Shoe; Enge Bewegung; F..J.D.; Head Quarter; Ankunft; Human Body Upgrade; Tanz der Mikroben; Zeit Lupe.


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