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Ernst Bier / Mack Goldsbury Quartet
with Herb Robertson -  "Next Move"
JAZZ TOWN / BEV MUSIC 2303014-2
Phonector No. 100087

 
 

The best new music often comes
from the fortunate timely union and reunion of master musicians. The Ernst Bier - Mack Goldsbury Quartet with Herb Robertson is made up of players whose musical paths have been crisscrossing for over two decades ...
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Cover: Klaus Spenker / Jonas Dornauf

 

Mack Goldsbury   -  tenor-, sopransax

Herb Robertson  -  trumpet

Frank Möbus  -  guitar

Ed Schuller  -  bass

Ernst Bier  -  drums

 

1. Ruth-Maria Herb Robertson 7:53
2. Sus This Ed Schuller 7:11
3. Blue Eyes Mack Goldsbury 5:39
4. Konäsörs Frank Möbus 4:15
5. The Blues Bizarre Herb Robertson 6:04
6. Garrison Remembered Mack Goldsbury 13:10
7. Möbus Curve Frank Möbus 4:57
8. Blues For Jimi Mack Goldsbury 4:43

Recorded and mixed: ON AIR STUDIO Berlin 29./ 30. 6. 1998
Engineer: Ahmed Chouraqui
Mastering: Calyx / Berlin - Bo Kondren

 

 

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Press

Jazzdimensions March 2001

Mit einem Prolog von Saxophon und Trompete beginnt diese Platte - und endet mit einem lauten, enorm kräftigen Saxophonton von Mack Goldsbury: das Ganze ist eine runde Sache. Dies ist eine "Einspielung auf hohem Niveau" .......... [more]

 

Linernotes

The best new music often comes
from the fortunate timely union and reunion of master musicians. The Ernst Bier - Mack Goldsbury Quartet with Herb Robertson is made up of players whose musical paths have been crisscrossing for over two decades.

They have traveled virtually every musical avenue, street, path and back alley that traverses the landscape of 20th century music, and have been intimately involved with music and musicians that have left their mark on the latter part of the 20th century. The music on this CD reflects the influences of bop, swing, blues, avant-garde, contemporary classic, while casting a light onto the virgin grounds of the 21st century.

The album was recorded in the summer of '98, directly after Herb's joining the group, and immediately following a week-long gig in the A Trane, Berlin's top jazz club. The week was the necessary warm-up for the recording of music that requires group understanding and commitment. The band's approach to the music is communal, and Goldsbury, Robertson, Möbus, and Schuller all contribute compositions.

 

 
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Discography:

Arteisa Sunrise , 2010


A-Live at the A-Trane, 2003


Next Move, 2000


At Night When You Go To Sleep, 1996

 

 


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