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Young German Jazz: Mo'Blow: Gimme the Boots

Felix F. Falk, Matti Klein, Tobias Fleischer, André Seidel

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1.1
Call Me Milroy
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
6:06
1.2
When Bunny Went Bonkers
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:03
1.3
Gimme the Boots
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:38
1.4
Ray
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
5:39
1.5
Papa's Pancakes
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:34
1.6
Slingshot
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:51
1.7
Sunsqueezed
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
5:07
1.8
'Til They Cut the Power
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:41
1.9
Rocket Swing
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:27
1.10
Winter Came Early
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:07
1.11
The Wendland Revolt
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
3:58
1.12
Headbutt
Felix F. Falk; Matti Klein; Tobias Fleischer; André Seidel
4:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:27
Gimme The Boots proves once again that Berlin quartet Mo’ Blow has successfully perfected a hybrid of sounds of the 1970s and the contemporary. The whole album originates from the band's own machine, including the compositions for all 12 tracks and the distinctive sound the quartet has developed over a decade of playing together. A musical energy is captured here that has made the group famous for those 10 years, in hundreds of concerts both in Germany and abroad.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ACT Music and Vision Studio Masters

Produced by Nils Landgren Recorded by Arne Schumann at Hansa Studios Berlin Edited by Jonas Zadow Mixed and mastered by Arne Schumann at Schumann & Bach, Berlin. Photo: Dirk Mathesius Cover art: “Breakdancer” by Rainer Mang, 1989 / ACT Art Collection

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