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    FIRST EVER DIGITAL EDITION!
    (FMP 0170)
    http://www.fmp-label.de/freemusicproduction/labelscatalog/fmp0170.html

    A cherished rarity that features a highly sympatico trio. Gumpert's piano is alternately chiming and crashing; "Baby" Sommer's drums are delicate, playful, and stomping as required; and Hering's sax beautifully evokes Albert Ayler throughout. The album's short tracks allow the trio to continually change gears, offering up plenty of surprises.

    Immediate download of 12-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.

     $11.49 USD

     

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released July 2, 1974

"An astonishing vitality of ideas and rich colors, with a deep connection between the players." - Jazz Podium

"Some of the compositions sound like they could have been written by a German Albert Ayler. The duo selections are full of energy with the emphasis decidedly on percussion, but for me it is the sax sections that add the depth (and make the record the success that it is) and seem to inspire Gumpert's piano work to its greatest heights." -Cadence

Ulrich Gumpert: piano
Günter Sommer: percussion
Manfred Hering: alto saxophone

Recorded on July 17th & 18th, 1973, at the Rundfunk der DDR in Berlin.

Recording director: Kurt Agt.
Supervision by Rolf Reichelt.
CD mastering by Olaf Rupp.
Produced by Jost Gebers.

Cover design by Peter Brötzmann.
Photographs by Otto Sill.

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