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Jaeger, Michael

Kerouac: Dance Around In Your Bones

Jaeger, Michael: Kerouac: Dance Around In Your Bones (Intakt)

Saxophonist and clarinetist Michael Jaeger's quartet with Vincent Membrez (piano), Luca Sisera (bass) and Norbert Pfammatter (drums) play with rhythms, sounds and spaces, merging traditional and new forms in euphoric ways.
 

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UPC: 7640120192198

Label: Intakt
Catalog ID: INT219
Squidco Product Code: 18320

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2013
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded on February 19th, 2013 at Studio La Buissonne, Pernes-les-Fontaines, France.


Personnel:

Michael Jaeger-tenor saxophone, clarinet

Vincent Membrez-piano

Luca Sisera-bass

Norbert Pfammatter-drums

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Artist Biographies:

"Luca Sisera (b. 27/08/1975, Chur)

For a good 15 years, Luca Sisera has been a sought-after bassist in the Swiss jazz and improvisation scene. Musically, he likes to operate in the charged environment between composition and improvisation. He is frequently seen on stage at various festivals and jazz clubs across Europe in well over 100 concerts each year, whereby some tours and concerts have already taken him to Egypt, China and America. To date, he has been involved in over 30 audio releases, often produced in cooperation with Swiss Radio SRF 2. Most recently, Luca Sisera has also started working as a composer for his own quintet "ROOFER". As interdisciplinary projects have always interested him, Luca Sisera has also worked with authors, cabaret artists, dancers and visual artists, among others, as well as on theatre and film productions.

Collaborations:

Plays and played with: Michael Jaeger, Yves Theiler, Silvio Cadotsch, Michi Stulz, VincentMembrez, Norbert Pfammatter, Urs Leimgruber, Sheldon Suter, Dario Sisera, Franz Hellmüller, Tony Renold, Isa Wiss, Carles Peris, Axel Dörner, Tommy Meier, IrèneSchweizer, Co Streiff, Peter Landis, Greg Osby, Chris Jaeger Brown, Valentin Kessler,Manuel Mengis, Tobi Schramm, Lisette Spinnler, Alex Hendriksen, Nadja Stoller, Oli Kuster,Marco von Orelli, Russ Johnson, Philipp Schaufelberger, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Reto Senn,Dave Gisler, Marc Halbheer, Christoph Irniger, Stefan Rusconi, Christoph Baumann, Valeria Zangger, Christoph Gallio, Alex Huber, Flurin Caviezel, Patricia Draeger, Albin Brun,Georges Kazazian, Bahur Ghazi, Sheila Runa, Jacinta Candinas, Andri Perl, Lukas Mantel, Guy Bettini, Fabio Martini, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Gerry Hemingway and many more"

-Luca Sisera Website (https://lucasisera.com/biography/)
1/17/2020

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track listing:


1. Dance Around in Your Bones 5:41

2. We Shouldn't Forget the Spell 7:24

3. Gate 7:23

4. Door in the Door 3:15

5. Mondsichel 8:22

6. Frog Spell 3:37

7. Manitoba 5:18

8. Road Stop 3:44

9. Apfelklappe 6:42
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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"Kerouac plays with rhythms and sounds and spaces. A door within a door opens up into a new space of experience. And so it goes on - much to the surprise of the listener and to the musicians themselves. Without a doubt, the band Kerouac has already reached a high plateau but is still 'on the road'", writes Bert Noglik in his liner notes.

"Groove is the key concept for this album - a kind of physical kinetic energy, which gets minds and body going. The rhythmical element combines with a kind of magic, at times with the ecstatic, in conjuring up a ritual ...

Michael Jaeger's playing takes its origins from the spirit of black ballads. It is present day stories which are being told here and which then fan out. If there is an echo of John Coltrane here, a hint of Evan Parker there and finally also a tiny tribute to Jimmy Giuffre, it is neither about borrowing idioms nor about playing quotes, it is about playing with a wealth of experience."-Intakt

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Improvised Music
Jazz
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms
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Quartet Recordings


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