Marc Bischoff | Later Is Too Late

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Later Is Too Late

by Marc Bischoff

Packed with expression, exciting, melodious and introspective. A musical journey with a very own heartbeat and an amazing wealth of variations in sound.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Don't Forget To Remember
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2. Later Is Too Late
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3. Minou
4:48 $0.99
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4. The Shrine
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5. Take A (Deep) Breath
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6. U-turn
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7. Waltz (for A Rainy Day)
5:03 $0.99
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8. Mousse Au Chocolate
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9. Have A Nice Trip
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10. Black Jack
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11. Silent Conversation
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On his CD ‘Later is Too Late’ pianist Marc Bischoff surprises you with a very personal interpretation of the piano trio format. Bischoff already made his name in latin jazz, here he opens new perspectives in eleven own compositions.
Intriguing themes, varying from the pure melodious and lyrical (‘Waltz for a rainy day’, his pianosolo ‘Silent conversation’) to crispy grooves (‘U-turn’), all rhythmically rock-solid. With a subtle use of effects on the grand piano and a tinge of latin, sometimes just showing through, in one composition dominating (‘Black Jack’).

The Antillian bass guitar player (both electric and fretless) Reno Steba and the Iranian percussion wizard Afra Mussawisade respond in a rather unique way on Bischoffs debut CD as a leader. This is not a case of just a gifted piano player and his two accompanists, here we have three equally virtuoso voices, supporting each other and together exploring the spaces of improvisation.

Marc Bischoff – Piano & Effects
Reno Steba - 5 and 6 string electric bass, Fretless bass
Afra Mussawisade - Percussion kit, Percussion

Produced by O.A.P. Records
Producer & Engineer: Barry Olthof
Graphic Design: Monomonnik
Photography: Marcel van Helvoort
Liner Notes: Jan Laurens Hartong
Recordings made by Olthof Audio Productions at The Fieldwork Studio, Schoten, Belgium.
Mixed and mastered at O.A.P. Studio, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Catalog Number: OAPR902
www.oaprecords.com

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