Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow | Shanghai Sketches

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Shanghai Sketches

by Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow

timeless acoustic jazz and a great selection of tunes
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Stella by Starlight (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
5:35 $0.99
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2. Old Folks (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
5:08 $0.99
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3. Ceora (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
5:31 $0.99
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4. Blues in the Closet (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
4:33 $0.99
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5. Bemsha Swing (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
4:22 $0.99
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6. September in the Rain (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
6:36 $0.99
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7. Flamenco Sketches (feat. Xiongguan Zhang & Michael Kersting)
Li Xiaochuan & Thomas Stabenow
6:38 $0.99
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this fruitful encounter of two chinese jazz musicians, trumpeter Li Xiaochuan and guitarist Zhang Xiongguan, and two German jazz musicians, bassist Thomas Stabenow and drummer Michael Kersting, was recorded in April 2017 at the studio of the Conservatory of Shanghai. No overdubs, no playbacks, just one or two takes and a careful selection of great jazz tunes promise a joyful listening experience. Recorded by Wang Nannan and mastered by Roman Schwaller. The listener can exspect a sound in the Rudy van Gelder tradition. This China-Germany-Cooperation has previously been documented on a fine Jazz-CD from 2015: Thomas Stabenow presents Li Xiaochuan, Bassic Sound 039

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