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released November 29, 1975

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"...a chance to hear a lighter, more playful side of Brötzmann.... Tschüs is arranged almost as a suite of shorter works, some having a relatively straight jazz and blues nature, others edging into the investigation of pure sound as championed by groups such as AMM. Van Hove's clear, supple piano playing often serves as the bridge between Brötzmann's wilder stylings and Bennink's (often literally) off-the-wall punctuations. Brötzmann's bass sax work on 'Bierhaus Wendel' is lush and creamy, especially in conjunction with Van Hove's accordion. The album ends with a charmingly schmaltzy vocal rendition of the title cut, featuring Brötzmann's crooning over the strangled bird cries produced (who knows how?) by Bennink and Van Hove's cocktail piano. This alone is worth the price of admission." -- Brian Olewnick, All Music Guide

Peter Brötzmann: clarinets, alto, tenor & bass saxophone, vocal
Fred Van Hove: piano, accordion
Han Bennink: drums, cymbals, Schwirrholz, accordion, clarinets, floor, walls, megaphone, etc.

Recorded by Jost Gebers on Sunday afternoon September 14th, 1975, at the Quartier Latin in Berlin.
"Zigan, Zigan" recorded live by Jost Gebers on September 13th, 1975, at the Quartier Latin in Berlin.

CD mastering by Olaf Rupp.
Produced by Jost Gebers.

Cover design by Peter Brötzmann.
Photographs by Peter Brötzmann and Kurt Staudt.

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