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Tobias Faulhammer | Da Di Gi Na Dum

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Da Di Gi Na Dum

by Tobias Faulhammer

Austrian musicians bringing original Jazz Rock back to life and into your home!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shiva
9:07 $1.20
2. Moving On
8:07 $1.20
3. Konyushy
11:32 $1.20
4. Da Di Gi Na Dum
5:03 $1.20
5. 12 + 4 = 16
4:12 $1.20
6. Bocadillo de Jamón
9:48 $1.20
7. Huitzilopochtli
3:52 $1.20
8. Old Plesch
5:17 $1.20
9. You Know, You Know
7:02 $1.20
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Album Notes
With Da Di Gi Na Dum, a project started by Tobias Faulhammer (guitars, compositions)
and Max Tschida (keyboards, compositions) in early 2015, the Jazz Rock of the 70s
comes to new life.
The compositional focus of this CD lies heavily on rhythm. The indian vocal rhythm
technique Konnakol serves as an inpiration, with its syllables used in two compositions
as well as in the title. Influenced by the works of the greats John McLaughlin, Pat
Metheny, Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett, the band’s goal is to tear down the borders
between Jazz and Rock music. Some pieces were quite through-composed, others
consciously gave the band members space to collectively design the pieces.
Also released under ATS-Records in early 2014, Faulhammer’s debut album A First
Taste was well received among its listeners, and already showed that this young
musician is looking for further challenges. Deriving from a trio line up on his first
production, Faulhammer this time started with a quartet line up and added an additional
soprano saxophone (Stefan Gottfried), violin (Christian Müller) and electric bass (Robin
Gadermaier) to enhance the sound of his and Max Tschida’s compositions.
Los Angeles based Austrian guitar player Alex Machacek voices his interest in this
production as he states „A very mature musical statement of young lions.
Congratulations and hereby highly recommended!“.
The new program can first be heard live on the 15th of February 2016 in Vienna
at Strenge Kammer Wien (Porgy & Bess, Riemergasse 11, 1010 Wien). Further
information and concert dates can be found on www.dadiginadum.com.



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