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Hat And Shoes

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2015
Track listing: Trinidad Walk; Wo bitte geht's zu den Hackeschen Höfen; Flutist with Hat And Shoe; Don't Touch My Music; Five; Blue Trees And Related Objects; Gulf of Berlin.

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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: Hat And Shoes

Read "Hat And Shoes" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Without a doubt, German multi-woodwind ace Gebhard Ullmann is one of the busiest artists within the global jazz network. Hat & Shoes celebrates his Basement Research band's 20th anniversary and the artist's 50th CD as a co-leader and leader, including his other ensembles --Conference Call and the Clarinet Trio. The all-star quintet ups the ...

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Gebhard Ullmann/Basement Research: Hat And Shoes

Read "Hat And Shoes" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Saxophonist Gebhard Ullmann might be the German equivalent of Chicago's Ken Vandermark. Both players are influential composers and both maintain multiple creative ensembles in Europe and the United States. Like Vandermark, Ullmann's catalog is vast. Hat And Shoes is his 50th release as a leader or co- leader, and this band Basement Research have put out ...


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