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4.00 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

01 First Track (live from Berlin)
02 Dreaming
03 Leave My Head Alone Brain
04 Dudelange (live from Luxembourg)
05 See You Tomorrow
06 Kammermusik
07 Where Is The Edge
08 One One (live from Cologne)

Line-up / Musicians

Henrik Schwarz - computer
Bugge Wesseltoft - piano

Releases information

CD: Jazzland Recs/ Universal Music
LP: Mulemusiq (Japan)

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Review by snobb
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Norwegian pianist Bugge Wesseltoft is often mentioned as one of the godfathers of nu jazz. At least, his early releases are nu jazz classics for sure. I never was a big fan of him, his music often sounded too "lightweight" or too dance-able /clubbing oriented for me.

This Bugges album is his duo with a musician not related to jazz at all. German Henrik Schwarz made his name on the Detroit/Berlin techno scene and is a respected figure in club electronic music. Possibly, it was a big risk that this album would be even more "clubbing" music or radical electronics, but fortunately this didn't happen.

Even more - this album represents a very rare great balance between jazz roots and modern electronic music possibilities. Being almost minimalist, it contains live and studio recorded compositions - both of which are stylish and tasteful. I was really surprised at how well balanced this music is - it looks like both musicians didn't demonstrate their abilities separately, but just moved one towards the other in their music.

Most interesting is how Henrik uses his electronic devices - it's a great example of how samples and electronics can be used as a source for improvs! In all, the music on here is not too extravagant, more normal than one would expect. Also, it's a great side of this release - the listener won't be shocked or attracted by some tricks, this album contains real music, and you will like it or hate it because of that.

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