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Leo Cuypers

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Heavy Days Are Here Again

Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Happy Days; Asdat de Olifantstand; Misha; Stefanus; Be-Bach; Blue Tango; Couperin.

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Leo Cuypers: Heavy Days Are Here Again

Read "Heavy Days Are Here Again" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Dutch pianist Leo Cuypers makes his political statement in the title of this 1981 quartet disc, an ironic anti- Reagan reference dating to the period during which this record was made. In a couple of ways this disc documents a reunion: at the time, both Cuypers and drummer Han Bennink had been estranged from reedist Willem ...

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Leo Cuypers: Heavy Days Are Here Again

Read "Heavy Days Are Here Again" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Originally issued on Breuker’s Bvhaast label the title of this disc has several permutations among them a reference to the realities of Reaganomics, and a putting to rest of past squabbles between the musicians. On a less allegorical level this disc delivers four of the guiding lights in Dutch jazz in synergistic collusion. Given the players’ ...

Album

Songbook

Label: Chief Records
Released: 1995

Album

Brull Band

Label: Chief Records
Released: 1985

Album

Nachtrit

Label: Chief Records
Released: 1979

Album

Zeeland Suite

Label: Chief Records
Released: 1978

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Theatre Music

Label: Chief Records
Released: 1977

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Live In Shaffy

Label: Chief Records
Released: 1974


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