Matthias Bergmann | All the Light

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All the Light

by Matthias Bergmann

Jazz - made in Germany: The first album of this fine trumpet and flugelhorn player under his own name, featuring modern, melodic jazz with a distinct European character.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. All the Light We Cannot See
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2. Wasteland
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3. Slam
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4. A Thousand Years
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5. Zabriskie Life
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6. Aries
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7. Herr Nilsson
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8. Lost
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
7 years after releasing his successful debut CD "Still Time", Germany based trumpet and fluegelhorn player Matthias Bergmann now presents his new Album "All The Light" on FLOATmusic Records.

It has the same fine musicians on it that can be heard on "Still Time". Saxophonist Claudius Valk is also featured on bass clarinet here, Jens Düppe and Cord Heineking on drums and bass are connecting brilliantly as always and Hanno Busch is blending perfectly with Pianist Hendrik Soll throughout the 8 original compositions of the bandleader.

Matthias Bergmann is one of the busiest sidemen around. He has recorded more than 60 CDs with the bands of Florian Ross, Axel Fischbacher, Andreas Schnermann, Clemens Orth and many others as well as with bigger ensembles like the Cologne Contemporary Jazz Orchestra, the Thoneline Orchestra and the lengendary Rhythm Combination & Brass of Peter Herbolzheimer.

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