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Turtles – Live At The Domicile

CD (Item 118364) Enja/Universal (Japan), 1968 — Condition: Used
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A very hip little session from a young Jan Hammer – recording here with a great lesser-known German saxophonist! The session's a live date from the late 60s – recorded at the legendary Domicile nightclub in Germany, in a rolling wave of soul jazz and hardbop modes – plus a few wilder touches too! The overall feel is quite like some of the best Saba/MPS dates of the time – and Hammer has none of his later bombastic approach to the keys – and instead demonstrates a great sense of care, space, and timing in his work on both piano and Hammond. Olaf Kubler plays both tenor and soprano sax – stretching out especially nicely on the longer tracks – and the rest of the group includes George Mraz and either Cees See or Michael Dennert on drums. Titles include "Solamente", "Cork Screw", "For T", "Sangrita Con Tequila", "Let It Go", "Turtles", and "Blues For Jiri".  © 1996-2022, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, 2008 SHM-CD pressing – includes obi.)

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