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Norbert Stein: We Are

Read "We Are" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Venerable German saxophonist, composer Norbert Stein's various ensemble manifestations draw inspiration from the work of 19th century scientist, Dr. Faustroll who developed the 'pata physics' theory, defined as a science centered on “unreal logic." Here, the artist leads a quartet under the moniker “Pata Messengers," which is a semi-free program framed on linear thematic sequences that ...

We Are

Label: PATA Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Perfume; Gondwana & Pangea; Diatonic Upanishad; El Fado; What We Are; Polarity; Mellstones; Friendship.

Pata On The Cadillac

Label: PATA Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: All Is No Thing; On the Cadillac; Cat Walk; In a Man´s Mind; Drifting; Nondual Action; The Gap; Dinka Mood; See You, Mara; Roter Mund, Verruecktes Fest (Red lips, weird party).

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Norbert Stein: Pata On The Cadillac

Read "Pata On The Cadillac" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

German tenor saxophonist Norbert Stein is a distinguished composer and leader. He can prompt laughter, despair, and mesmerize the listener via regimented arrangements, sparked by difficult time signatures and multilayered sound mosaics. A self-described patamusician, inferring the Pataphysics movement started in 1948 by French playwright Alfred Jarry, Stein proffers an existential realm of thought, equated to ...

Silent Sitting Bulls

Label: PATA Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Silent Sitting Bulls; Nondual Action; Paradise Lost; This Is You; Quantum Mechanics; Schleuderhonig (Strained Honey); Miao & Ciao; Hapana Lakini.

Silent Sitting Bulls

Label: PATA Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Silent Sitting Bulls; Nondual Action; Paradise Lost; This is You; Quantum Mechanics; Schleuderhonig (Strained Honey); Miao & Chiao; Hapana Lakini.

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Norbert Stein Pata, Horns & Drums: Silent Sitting Bulls

Read "Silent Sitting Bulls" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

German saxophonist Norbert Stein's hefty discography surrounds French journalist Alfred Jarry's pseudoscience of pataphysics amid many existential relations of art, life and human imagination. With his various Pata-based ensembles, Stein's music intimates comprehensive manipulations of jazz and world music. Organic, yet equipped with brute force tactics, the saxophonist's compositions boats a native stylistic component, hugely evident ...

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Norbert Stein Pata, Horns & Drums: Silent Sitting Bulls

Read "Silent Sitting Bulls" reviewed by Nic Jones

Silent Sitting Bulls is the second release by this quartet, and it's clear that the time they've spent together has not been wasted. The outcome is an exceptional level of musical coherence, and it's not stretching a point to put their music alongside that of some of Arthur Blythe's ensembles as a model which, while it ...

Direct Speech

Label: PATA Music
Released: 2008


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