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Die Enttauschung (Axel Dorner / Michael Griener / Rudi Mahall / Jan Roder): Lavaman

Label: Intakt
Product Code: 25220
Catalog Code: INN289
Country: Switzerland
Price: $18.95

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The remarkable European Free Jazz quintet Die Enttauschung, crossing bop forms with modern creative approaches to jazz for over 20 years, takes a new drummer--Michael Griener--and adds trombonist Christof Thewes, to join Rudi Mahall on clarinets, Axel Dorner on trumpet, and Jan Roder on bass, for an exciting and upbeat album of succinct tunes that both revere and abuse jazz history in wonderful ways.

Schlippenbach / Parker / Edwards / Prevost: 3 Nights at Cafe Oto

Label: Matchless
Product Code: 20542
Catalog Code: MRCD93.1.2.3 MRDVD93
Country: Great Britain
Price: $69.95

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Presenting 3 CDs, a DVD, and a solid 80-page book of images and text, capturing 3 nights at Cafe Oto from the trio of Evan Parker (tenor sax), John Edwards (double bass), and Eddie Prevost (drums), joined one night by Alexander v. Schlippenbach, and another night by Christof Thewes.

Squakk (Griener / Mahall / Roder / Thewes): Willisau & Berlin

Label: Intakt
Product Code: 19101
Catalog Code: Intakt 231
Country: Switzerland
Price: $18.95

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Berlin's Squakk is the quartet of Michael Griener (drums), Rudi Mahall (bass clarinet, clarinet, baritone sax), Jan Roder (double bass), and Christof Thewes (trombone), performing free-bop that draws on jazz history transformed into the modern improvised language.

Oberg / Thewes / Griener: Lacy Pool

Label: Hatology
Product Code: 12130
Catalog Code: Hatology677
Country: Switzerland
Price: $17.95

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Inspired, expressive, and curiously logical trio playing performing 10 of the late soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy's compositions live in Koln, Germany, 2006.