℗ ℗ 2017 Café Drechsler
 

And Now...Boogie!

Café Drechsler

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

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And Now…Boogie!
Café Drechsler
2:50
2
Battering Ram
Café Drechsler
4:13
3
On Velvet Paws
Café Drechsler
5:52
4
Crawler
Café Drechsler
4:48
5
Dancing On One Foot
Café Drechsler
3:57
6
Fake News
Café Drechsler
4:38
7
Infrared Space
Café Drechsler
2:54
8
House Mouse
Café Drechsler
4:55
9
Graffiti For Peace
Café Drechsler
3:45
10
Sugar Rush
Café Drechsler
2:30
11
And Then...Rumba!
Café Drechsler
2:24
12
Pam Pam
Café Drechsler
3:14
13
Hey Girl
Café Drechsler
3:50
14
Silent Pearls
Café Drechsler
4:12
Total Playing Time    54:02
Café Dreschsler is a trio comprising tenor saxophonist Ulrich Drechsler, bassist Oliver Steger and drummer Alex Deutsch who translate electronic club music sounds into a completely acoustic context. And Now...Boogie! is a delightfully groove-driven sixth release for the group that builds on loop-based electronic production styles for a truly creative implementation of the small jazz combo.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Café Drechsler under exklusive license to Universal Music Studio Masters

Track 13 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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