Tim Kleinert Trio | Free Passage To Now

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Free Passage To Now

by Tim Kleinert Trio

Dazzling, deep, different -- electric jazz on the wide screen.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Star Frontiers
5:24 album only
2. Free Passage To Now -Intro
2:47 album only
3. Free Passage To Now
7:06 album only
4. Nowhere Like Home
7:20 album only
5. That's The Ticket
5:23 album only
6. Wind At My Back
7:44 album only
7. Steep Descent
6:47 album only
8. Lifting Off -Intro
0:39 album only
9. Lifting Off
4:34 album only
10. Transrapid
6:50 album only
11. The Turning Of The Wheel
7:12 album only
12. Free Passage To Now -Epilogue
4:29 album only


Album Notes
On this debut album, Swiss synthesizer virtuoso Tim Kleinert and his congenial partners Patrick Sommer (electric bass) and Christian Niederer (drums) present their personal vision of electric jazz, in which captivating main themes, orchestral electronic atmospheres and ferociously melodic improvisations melt together effortlessly.

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Markus Melcher

Jazz Trio's trip into Space pop electronic moods
Very Warm textures with this Swiss Trio of Tim Kleinert, eclectic and various moods from fast, festiv and joyful to deep, slow ballads with strong insides, this music needs to be listened carefully if you don't want to miss the most essential of it. Usually I'm more into different electronic music listening than into pure Jazz music were I come more by chance most of the time, even if somtimes put some listening to smooth or fusion styles. This one made me immediately nostalgic in the funny choice of analog warm synthesizers sounds apart the rythmical section that reminds me strongly to an old Swiss production from Guy philippe Ayer in 1980, who used this time some standards. Some sounds are most welcome back in the 21th century, just enough evocative without using perfect samples of sounds. I also appreciate the many lines like several old polyphonic lines very influenced from classical or Bach. Still an original approach you can discover and enjoy in private. Try it.