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Matthias Bublath: Second Angle

Read "Second Angle" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


It's difficult to imagine good jazz without a bass, but a Hammond B3 organ in the right hands can cover the absence quite well. Matthias Bublath has such hands. Bublath, a fixture on the New York scene, has performed at many festivals around the world and toured extensively in the United States, Europe and ...

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Matthias Bublath: Second Angle

Read "Second Angle" reviewed by John Barron


Since moving to New York City from Germany, pianist/organist Matthias Bublath has been making a name for himself as an in-demand sideman for the likes of Lenny Picket, Mike Clark and Lionel Loueke. For Second Angle, his third release as a leader, Bublath stirs up a greasy set of organ-driven funk with the help of vibraphonist ...

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Matthias Bublath: Second Angle

Read "Second Angle" reviewed by Dave Major


Second Angle is the third CD from New York-based organist/pianist and composer Matthias Bublath. His two previous releases saw him exploring two disparate sound-worlds individually: Latin music and jazz/funk. Here, with the help of vibraphonist Tim Collins, drummer Obed Calvaire, and saxophonist Scott Bourgeois, Bublath seeks to unify and consolidate these ideas rather than segregating them. ...

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Second Angle

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: Dump The Goose; Sweet Melody; B3 Choro; Africa; On The Road Again; Pocket; Douleur; Luiza; Humidifier; Silvershining; Second Angle.

Album

Second Angle

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: Dump the Goose; Sweet Lady; B3 Choro; Africa; On the Road Again; Pocket; Douleur; Luiza; Humidifier; Silvershining; Second Angle.


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