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by The Fuhr Brothers

The FUHR BROTHERS tribute to some llegends of "German Jazz"
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Hot Hut
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2. Steps of M.C. Escher
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3. Horizons
9:01 $0.99
4. Pamukkale
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5. Green Table Speech
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6. Mägdelein
7:46 $0.99
7. Elongate
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8. Old Ballad
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Album Notes
The FUHR BROTHERS Dietmar (Double Bass) und Wolfgang (Saxophone) want to show within
this project their respect for these pioneers of German Jazz. They met with the „legends“
Wolfgang Dauner, Manfred Schoof and Gerd Dudek and put together some originals, that could
lively describe certain coulours of German Jazz.
They re-arranged the music to put it in an actual context and formed a quartet with Norbert Scholly
on guitar and Jens Düppe on drums, two very experienced musician from cologne, also two
members of the „younger generation“ of German Jazz.
This music combines classical elements like some 12-tone material or poly-rhythmic aspects, the
free-jazz experience of the sixties and the search for the forgotten german folk music.
The FUHR BROTHERS and their colleages are playing in respect of the composers but with the
experience of working 30 years as jazz musicians in many projects, playing all styles of jazz and
being one of the actual voices of jazz in Germany.
They recorded the music of Albert Mangelsdorff, Wolfgang Dauner, Manfred Schoof and Gerd
Dudek in co-production with the Deutschlandfunk in Cologne.



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