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Hommage An Klaus Kinski

Label: Soul Note
Released: 2008
Track listing: 1. Duo I-a; 2. Quintet III; 3. Trio III-b; 4. Duo II-e; 5. Quartet; 6. Trio II; 7. Quintet I-d; 8. Duo II-b; 9. Hommage An Klaus Kinski; 10. 'Round Midnight.


Nobu Stowe - Lee Pembleton: Hommage An Klaus Kinski

Read "Hommage An Klaus Kinski" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ho letto con attenzione, restandone affascinato, le note di copertina che Art Lange ha scritto per questo album. Si parla di evoluzione del jazz, improvvisazione totale su canovacci sonori, Klaus Kinski, Werner Herzog, delle colonne sonore che Popol Vuh ha scritto per alcuni dei suoi film per approdare infine alla musica di questo album, nel quale ...

Hommage an Klaus Kinski

Label: Soul Note
Released: 2007
Track listing: Duo I-A; Quintet III; Trio III-B; Duo II-E; Quartet; Trio II; Quintet I-D; Duo II-B; Hommage an Klaus Kinski; 'Round Midnight.


Nobu Stowe / Lee Pembleton: Hommage an Klaus Kinski

Read "Hommage an Klaus Kinski" reviewed by Budd Kopman

The evocative and haunting Hommage an Klaus Kinski has the subtitle Total-Improvisations on Sonic Canvas, which states the roles of the recording's two main protagonists: pianist Nobu Stowe and sound designer Lee Pembleton. Stowe continues here with the kind of music represented on the Brooklyn Moments and New York Moments (both Konnex, 2006), ...


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