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Young German Jazz: Realize!

Three Fall

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1.1
Nevertheless
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
3:49
1.2
Realize!
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
4:46
1.3
Bata
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
6:05
1.4
Chai
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
3:39
1.5
Endless
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
4:05
1.6
Killing in the Name
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
6:10
1.7
Stein
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
6:15
1.8
Wusel
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
0:41
1.9
Drunken Master
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
2:46
1.10
Chapa Chapa Maputo
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
3:56
1.11
Lithium
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
2:45
1.12
Bones and Steaks
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
4:16
1.13
The Scientist
Lutz Streun; Til Schneider; Sebastian Winne
4:10
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Total Playing Time    53:23
"Four Stars ... a full, rich and groove-laden sound without recourse to bass, piano or trumpet section. There's plenty of recourse to electronic effects, though, which does much to fatten out the trio's acoustic instrumentation." - All About Jazz Young German jazz trio Three Fall caused a furor with its debut album and now adds more fuel to the fire with this sophomore release, Realize! The trio, comprising Lutz Streun on saxophone and bass clarinet, Til Schneider on trombone and drummer Sebastian Winne, mixes original compositions with interpretations of rock and pop material. On the debut they only covered Red Hot Chili Pepper songs, however this album includes tracks by Rage Against The Machine (Killing in the Name), Nirvana (Lithium) and Coldplay's early piano ballad The Scientist, with its much-sampled and unforgettable riff, included here because the trio members felt they needed a beautiful, warm ballad.
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Recorded February 27 & 28, 2013 at Realistic Sound Studio Munich by Florian H. Oestreicher. Mixed by Florian H. Oestreicher Mastered by Klaus Scheuermann Produced by Marco Ostrowski Photo: Jörg Grosse Geldermann Cover art by IsarAliens

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