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Albums by Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer

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A Sonic Voice Inclosed in the Wind A Sonic Voice Inclosed in the Wind 5:43    
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Track length:5:43
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700460
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Tarantella Rusticana Tarantella Rusticana 6:58    
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Track length:6:58
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700461
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Pure Stillness Pure Stillness 5:39    
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Track length:5:39
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700462
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Gassire’s Lute Gassire’s Lute 8:55    
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Track length:8:55
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700463
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Woodland Trail to the Giants Woodland Trail to the Giants 8:08    
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Track length:8:08
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700464
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Bass-Star Hemispheres (dedicated to P. … Bass-Star Hemispheres (dedicated to P. K.) 11:52    
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Track length:11:52
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700465
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Rain Cycles Rain Cycles 5:10    
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Track length:5:10
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700466
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Old Times Roll – New Times Goal Old Times Roll – New Times Goal 5:27    
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Track length:5:27
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700467
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A Silent Letter to Someone A Silent Letter to Someone 7:28    
Album only
Track length:7:28
Artist: Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer
Performer: Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion
Genre: Jazz
Studio: Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland. Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann
Publisher: Intakt Records
Composer: Günter Baby Sommer
Wadada Leo Smith
ISRC: CH2700700468

This duo has established its own abstract-concrete musical space. In a mature dimension, magic can be produced like this, using spurs to ramble to a cosmic organon: essential fruits of a long life. As demanding as they are pleasing. World-class calm.
Despite its rarity, the constellation of trumpet and drums as a duo does have a small tradition: in 1969, Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell; in 1997, Bill Dixon and Tony Oxley. Here, Smith enters the intimacy of a duo, a place where Miles Davis never dared to go. Yet Davis's legacy shimmers through in Smith's happy interplay with Sommer.
Oliver Schwerdt, Liner Notes

Wadada Leo Smith Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Electonics
Günter Baby Sommer Drums, Percussion


Recorded Mai 22, 23, 2006 by Willy Strehler at Studio Klangdach, Switzerland.
Liner notes by Oliver Schwerdt
Cover art: Gerda Lepke. Cover design: Jonas Schoder
Photos: Francesca Pfeffer, Andreas Tittmann

Intakt CD 128

 

2006 INTAKT

About Wadada Leo Smith - Günter Baby Sommer:

This duo has established its own abstract-concrete musical space. In a mature dimension, magic can be produced like this, using spurs to ramble to a cosmic organon: essential fruits of a long life. As demanding as they are pleasing. World-class calm.
Despite its rarity, the constellation of trumpet and drums as a duo does have a small tradition: in 1969, Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell; in 1997, Bill Dixon and Tony Oxley. Here, Smith enters the intimacy of a duo, a place where Miles Davis never dared to go. Yet Davis's legacy shimmers through in Smith's happy interplay with Sommer.
Oliver Schwerdt, Liner Not