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Dualism

Wolfgang Schluter, Christoph Spendel

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1
Flohmarkt
Wolfgang Schluter; Christoph Spendel
6:44
2
Quiet Summer Nights
Wolfgang Schluter; Christoph Spendel
4:37
3
Alhama (Recuerdos de Alhama)
Wolfgang Schluter; Christoph Spendel
9:56
4
Birds at Their Cherry Meal
Wolfgang Schluter; Christoph Spendel
7:30
5
Backstage Serenade
Wolfgang Schluter; Christoph Spendel
7:28
6
Donald Duck
Wolfgang Schluter; Christoph Spendel
6:29
Total Playing Time    42:44
This 1981 recording stars two German jazz virtuosos a generation apart: pianist Christoph Spendel was only 26 at the time; his duo partner, vibraphonist Wolfgang Schlüter, was some 20 years older. Despite the age gap, the two sound more like musical twins than dualistic opposites. Over his career, Schlüter has become acclaimed for his work with Family of Percussion and James Last, while Spendel, known for his work with Jazztrack, would go on to play with some of the greats of the German jazz scene. With one exception, all the compositions on this album were written by Spendel.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MPS Records Studio Masters

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