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Margareth Kammerer (Magic I.D., ONJO, International Nothing) explores songs in experimental and improvised setting, in a band with Christof Kurzmann (saxophone), Axel Dorner (trumpet), Burkhard Stangl (vibraphone), Werner Dafeldecker (bass), &c.
 

Kammerer, Margareth
Why Is The Sea So Blue

Kammerer, Margareth: Why Is The Sea So Blue (Mikroton Recordings)
Label: Mikroton Recordings    
Released in: Russia    


"In Why Is The Sea So Blue Margareth Kammerer continues to explore songs in experimental music contexts, elaborately interweaving lyrics into nine wistful soundscapes. Originally recorded in 2006, with the band consisting of Christof Kurzmann (voice, saxophone), Axel Dörner (trumpet), Burkhard Stangl (vibraphone), Werner Dafeldecker (double bass), Big Daddy Mugglestone (percussion) and Marcello Silvio Busato (drums), the album's final shape emerged with the production of Valerio Tricoli in 2011, who fashioned them into rich, emotionally versatile tomes. Between the narrative duets with Kurzmann and more extended abstract incantations, the album unravels like a late afternoon walk along a rocky shore, the sky is foreboding but the wind is still warm."-Mikroton






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Product Information:

Label: Mikroton Recordings
Catalog ID: mikroton cd 26
Squidco Product Code: 17995

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2013
Country: Russia
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded at Amann Studio, Vienna in June 2006 by Christoph Amann.

Personnel:

Margareth Kammerer-voice, guitar

Christof Kurzmann-voice, saxophone

Axel Dorner-trumpet

Burkhard Stangl-vibraphone

Werner Dafeldecker-double bass

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Track Listing:

1. My Foolish Heart 4:08

2. In Time Of Daffodils 2:46

3. Everytime 2:43

4. Speak Low 4:30

5. Timeshaped Face 3:48

6. High 5:17

7. mmmm 2:12

8. This Is Not A Dream 1:52

9. Why Is The Sea So Blue 7:00