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Where Flamingo Fly/Black is the Color

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Label: Nabel
Released: 2005
Duration: 4:50

Out To Lunch

Label: Nabel
Released: 2007
Track listing: Minus one; No way; Crawler; Concentration; Feels; No rags; No dinner; Kaspar Hauser.

Per Dee Doo

Label: Nabel
Released: 2007
Track listing: Seven Comes Eleven; Perdido; 502 Blues; St. Thomas; Ida Lupino; Satin Doll; Epistrophy; Fall; Blue In Green; Georgia On My Mind.

Suite Noire

Label: Nabel
Released: 2007
Track listing: Tapping The Foot, Tapping The Brain; Lonely Woman/Double Density; Autumn Monday; Suite Noire: Low - liness, Ein Denkmal fur Rosa und Karl, Sudan Airways Loop, Solo, La Prima Vera, Twelve Tone Stomp; Departure; Tuba; Blaues Lied; L'Aura.

Ullmann - Rava - Willers - Lillich - Schauble

Label: Nabel
Released: 2007
Track listing: Fourteen Days; Eighteen Arabs; Black Cat; Laura; Minus One; Lied; Different Aspects Of Colorful Days: Seven And A Half Rare Moments, Little Breath, Five Red Spots; Hendji; Fourteen Days.

Trad Corrosion

Label: Nabel
Released: 2007
Track listing: Etude Part 3; D. Nee No; Windchime; Princess; Heaven No. 2.5; Wealthy Clients; Etude Part 1; Juliusstrasse 25; Gospel; Sit Sofort; Etude Part 2; Variationen

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Gebhard Ullmann: Trad Corrosion

Read "Trad Corrosion" reviewed by Budd Kopman

With nineteen tracks taking up but forty-eight minutes, the tracks that make up Trad Corrosion place a premium on subtlety, conciseness and low volume. Together with bandmates drummer Phil Haynes, who first appeared with Ullmann on Basement Research (Soul Note,1995) and long-time collaborator guitartist Andreas Willers, multi-instrumentalist Gebhard Ullmann has created a work that looks both ...

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Gebhard Ullmann: Suite Noire

Read "Suite Noire" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Suite Noire is essentially the last recording of what could be called “early Ullmann," which however, contains some of the seeds that will flower later. Once again partnering with Andreas Willers, multi-reedman Gebhard Ullmann has created an atmospheric and, for the most part, dark work that will surely intrigue. One of the seeds ...

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Gebhard Ullmann: Per Dee Doo

Read "Per Dee Doo" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Musicians are like all of us, in that who they are now is the sum total of their life experience up to that point. For a musician like multi-reedman Gebhard Ullmann, who has worked to create his own musical world, the past is still part of him and hence an album like Per-Dee-Doo is the understandable ...

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Gebhard Ullmann: Ullmann - Rava - Willers - Lillich - Schauble

Read "Ullmann - Rava - Willers - Lillich - Schauble" reviewed by Budd Kopman

On the very fine Ullmann-Rava-Willers-Lillich-Schäuble, reedman Gebhard Ullmann combines his longstanding trio (guitarist Andreas Willers and drummer Nikolas Schäuble) with bassist Martin Lillich and renowned trumpeter Enrico Rava. By the time of this recording, Rava was fifty years old and had been recording for more than twenty years. Despite being a stylistic chameleon, ...


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