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Nagl, Max / Otto Lechner / Bradley Jones: Flamingos (Hatology)

Max Nagl (composer, saxophones), Otto Lechner (accordion, piano, voice) and Bradley Jones (double bass) play ten pieces inspired by Charles Mingus but with a unique signature that is Nagl's own.

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product information:

UPC: 752156060925

Label: Hatology
Catalog ID: Hatology609
Squidco Product Code: 18480

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2004
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded January 27th-29th, 2003 at SWR Studio 1, Gunter Eich-Haus by Alfred Habelitz.


Max Nagl-alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone

Otto Lechner-accordion, piano, voice

Bradley Jones-doublebass

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track listing:

1. Bowling 5:35

2. Pills 5:04

3. Cigar 4:30

4. Essing 3:57

5. Weird Nightmare 4:13

6. Bad Hotel 4:27

7. Frolic 3:49

8. Flamingo 4:55

9. Work Song/ Haitian Fight Song 5:07

10. Bad Chain 6:20
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"When music is so perfume-soaked, marked with such imagery, haunted by history,and pierced through and through with trembling and chills, it lays bare its own humility. And in doing so, enchants us. This is none other than a reflection of our own humanity. A reflection that, at the hand of these gifted musicians, becomes a little more desperate,and at the same time, a little more beautiful too."-Alex Dutilh

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