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The Kind of Happy One

Label: QFTF
Released: 2020
Track listing: Back To Blue; Buried Giant; Lichthaus; L'Intrépide; Sad Song; The Kind Of Happy One; I Hate To Be Taken As A Stupid Person; Poppy Seed.

Tides

Label: QFTF
Released: 2020
Track listing: And Still I Rise; First You Come for Me, Then You Run from It; Minuit (Praeludium); Minuit; Let Me Die Here; I; A Single Rose; II; Marionette; III; Twist Me a Crown of Windflowers; Sweet Nothings; IV; Sleep Paralysis.

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Richard Ebert: Abreisetag

Read "Abreisetag" reviewed by Geno Thackara

As Abreisetag goes along, there are times when it almost sounds like a dreamy intro to some abstract film score rather than a leisurely jazz session. The electric keys flutter, a string of alto saxophone notes seesaws amidst some aimless percussion almost as if everyone is distractedly warming up. It may take them most of the ...

Piano Times Seven

Read "Piano Times Seven" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Every jazz pianist plays in their own individual style. These recent albums demonstrate the way seven particular players approach the instrument. Laurent Nicoud Outline QFTF 2020 This is a solo disc by a pianist whose background in classical music shows through the formal drama of his approach ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Phraim: Tides

Read "Tides" reviewed by Geannine Reid

In 2016 vocalist Nina Reiter founded the band Phraim together with drummer Peter Primus Frosch, pianist Stephan Plecher and bassist Marc Mezgolits. The band's first album /fɹeɪm/ was released in 2019 on QFTF records. The second continues the exploratory journey. Using the voice as an instrument gives the ensemble a fresh perspective on “And ...

Funk Tunes and Love Songs from QFTF

Read "Funk Tunes and Love Songs from QFTF" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Initialzündung Experience of Life QFTF 2019 Life of course is too sprawling and complicated to fit into any tidy box, and so it's no surprise that this Experience of Life is much the same. The members of Init like their groove-jazz at a spry mid-tempo with fun interplay at ...

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Two Pianists Going Their Own Way: Carl Kennedy and Max Petersen

Read "Two Pianists Going Their Own Way: Carl Kennedy and Max Petersen" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Most contemporary jazz piano players follow well-trodden paths, be it the speed and power of Bud Powell, the romantic clarity of Bill Evans or the complex abstractions of Cecil Taylor. Here are two examples of pianists who go their own ways. Carl Kennedy American Lullaby JeruJazz 2019 ...

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3x3: Piano Trios: January 2020

Read "3x3: Piano Trios: January 2020" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Geir Åge Johnsen/Fredrik Sahlander/Bernt Moen 1+1=3 Losen Records 2019 What exactly does this title signify? It isn't quite clear, seeing as there are three players here and each counts as a positive one in any equation. Small mystery and all, though, it's a fun session brimming with good humor and smarts. ...

Abreisetag

Label: QFTF
Released: 2019
Track listing: Anreisetag; Wurzel Aus 70; Aus den Memoiren des Fernkraftfahrers Benito C.; Flimmerkiste; Samsara; Totentanz; Mediantenmarlene; Abreisetag.

Inner Space

Label: QFTF
Released: 2019
Track listing: Nature's Call; The Deep; There Once More; The Gambler; Can't Help Falling In Love; You Give Me Something; Ground Control; On The Sunny Side Of The Street; A Sea Of Waves; All Inside Your Heart; Over And Done With.


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