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New Hope

Label: Mons Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Bodge; The Healer; Hope; Owa Tagu Siam; Absolutely Knot; Chant; Going Home; Utopia; Lawyer’s Blues; Hope and Tears; I’ll Be Seeing You.

Paul Heller Meets Roman Schwaller

Label: Mons Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Romanshorn; Some Changes in Life; Love Someone You Like; Ballad Medley: Ruby My Dear / Ballad for Griff; You’ve Never Been There; United; Quotation Blues; The Tags I & II.

Secret Songs

Label: Mons Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Don't Get Too Cocky, Round Midnight, Song For Stan, Love Song, Alone Together, Divergence, Night And Day, Spanish Song, Ode To A Lost Love, The Song Is You

Three Pictures

Label: Mons Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Eye Of The Wind; Africa Suite, Part I; Africa Suite, Part II; Africa Suite, Part III; Der Wildbotz I; The Three Pictures Suite: Three Pictures Suite, Part I; Three Pictures Suite, Part II; Three Pictures Suite, Part III. Der Wildbotz II; Keep Your Tongue...; Ballade.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Hedrich: New Hope

Read "New Hope" reviewed by Jack Bowers

In a blindfold test, one would be hard-pressed to name the leader on the album New Hope. According to the jacket, young German-born trombonist Peter Hedrich leads the way but while he does solo on eight of eleven numbers he's basically one of the group, laying claim to no more blowing space than his colleagues, especially ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Heller: Paul Heller Meets Roman Schwaller

Read "Paul Heller Meets Roman Schwaller" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Granted, Paul Heller meeting Roman Schwaller isn't such a big deal here in the States. It is, however, quite a big deal in Germany and western Europe as a whole where Heller and Schwaller are among the reigning monarchs of the tenor saxophone, akin to such American twosomes as Ammons / Gordon, Sims / Cohn or, ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Miriam Ast & Victor Gutierrez Release "Secret Songs" on Mons Records

Miriam Ast & Victor Gutierrez Release "Secret Songs" on Mons Records

2nd July 2018 marks the release of Secret Songs, the new album from German vocalist Miriam Ast and Spanish pianist Victor Gutierrez, released on Thilo Berg’s esteemed label Mons Records. Recently winning the Best Vocalist award at the Bucharest International Jazz Competition 2017 and reaching the semi-final of the Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition in the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Steffen Schorn & Zurich Jazz Orchestra: Three Pictures

Read "Three Pictures" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The 2004 album Triosphere (Jazz & Arts Records), featuring reedist Steffen Schorn, saxophonist Roger Hanschel and guitarist Dirk Mudelien, points in the direction of the large ensemble work, Three Pictures. Schorn took over the reins of the Zurich Jazz Orchestra in 2014, and for the ensemble he has written and arranged the “Three Pictures Suite," “Africa ...

Taking Direction

Label: Mons Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Die Beschwerliche Reise des Hanghuns; Reunion; #Intro; Intro to Day Is Over; Day Is Over; Interlude #1; Shapes & Lights; Tracks; Interlude #2; From The Shelves; Interlude #3; Shades Of The Night And Cities Of Light; Interlude #4; Fabian's View; #Outro; Sea Glow; Friendly Wave.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Doffey Quintet: Taking Direction

Read "Taking Direction" reviewed by Marithe Van der Aa

Over the course of 17 tracks, the Berlin based Marc Doffey Quintet sets out to create a suite filled with lyrical and dynamic soundscapes... and succeeds. Their debut album, Taking Direction, consists of compositions written by each individual band member and brief, improvised interludes. By including compositions of each member, the Marc Doffey Quintet ...


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