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Matthias Nowak

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Triosence: Hidden Beauty

Read "Hidden Beauty" reviewed by David Bruggink


Triosence may not yet be a household name among jazz aficionados in the United States, but since the turn of the millennium, they have become a fixture of the German jazz scene. In addition to performing internationally, they take a distinctly cosmopolitan approach to their sound. Past albums have shown the trio intermingling aromas of Asia, ...

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Hidden Beauty

Label: Sony Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: As If It Was Yesterday; Hidden Beauty; Sad Chilean; Hit By Life; Thaisinha; Day At Scarlett's; Some Things Never Change; Out Of Reach; Juqueí; Leave Me Here; Basically It's All Quite Simple

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Martin Schulte Quartet featuring Frederik Köster: Walking Distance

Read "Walking Distance" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


German jazz guitarist Martin Schulte opens this excellent quartet outing with the title tune. The title must be a play on the prominent walking bass line provided by bassist Matthias Nowak, but it's also a catchy, swinging piece with dramatic, unexpected stops (as well as a showcase for guest trumpeter Frederik Köster). Tenor saxophonist Peter Ehwald ...

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Paragon: Cerca

Read "Cerca" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


It's been a decade since Anglo-German quartet Paragon formed. Cerca, recorded on an unspecified two days in Cologne, is the band's third release. The sax and Rhodes frontline, backed up by Matthias Nowak's bass and Jon Scott's drums, creates an elegant repertoire of tunes that draws on influences as diverse as '60s spiritual jazz and hip-hop ...


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