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Still Quite Popular After All Those Years

Label: BRO
Released: 2005
Track listing: Side One: 1. clarinet/drums-5:35; 2. tarogato/drums-6:18; 3. clarinet/drums-4:32. Side Two: 4. clarinet/drums-5:35; 5. alto/drums-8:18; 6. tenor/drums-5:52.

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Peter Br: Still Quite Popular After All Those Years

Read "Still Quite Popular After All Those Years" reviewed by Alexander Vogel

It has been 24 years since these two musicians have engaged in a duo, or any other musical collaboration. The musical association of German multi-woodwind stalwart Peter Brötzmann with ever-eccentric Dutch drummer Han Bennink can be dated back to 1968, perhaps earlier. Together with Brötzman's octet, they would release one of the most overwhelming albums in ...


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