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SQUAKK: Willisau and Berlin

SQUAKK: Willisau and Berlin

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Squakk

Ensemble

Squakk

Chamber

Venue:

Jazzfestival Willisau, Switzerland

Venue

Studio P4, Berlin, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Intakt Records

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Jazz Contemporary

Total Time - 62:13
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CHRISTOF THEWES

1 

Nova Swing

20:39
     
2 

Blue Chilli Out

03:07
     
 

MICHAEL GRIENER

3 

Draw

04:12
     
4 

A Dune, Perhaps

04:12
     
5 

Mostly Harmless

03:29
     
 

JAN RODER

6 

Was aus

02:14
     
 

CHRISTOF THEWES

7 

Schlimmer geht nimmer - Schlimmer geht immer

08:31
     
 

MICHAEL GRIENER

8 

Trinklied

03:36
     
9 

Lark's Wail

07:23
     
 

CHRISTOF THEWES

10 

Auf der schnerr

04:50
     
  Squakk Ensemble


After seven years of collaboration the Berlin band Squakk are at the top of their game. The album "Willisau & Berlin" is a milestone of the current vital jazz. 

Squakk plays according to Chicago-based writer Peter Margasak "a wonderfully loose, improv-heavy strain of free-bop that liberally draws upon much of jazz history."  And he comments: "What’s most striking and satisfying about the album is the remarkable level of interaction between the musicians. The tunes are durable but spare and exist largely to foster inspired improvisation". The "Neue Zürcher Zeitung" is thrilled with the highlight of the Willisau festival: "The quartet Squakk immediately spread joy and happiness, big-time. The musicians appeared to be cunning and crafty: trombonist Christof Thewes, clarinetist Rudi Mahall, Jan Roder, bass and Michael Griener on the percussion." 

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