Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke | Projection:Zero

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Projection:Zero

by Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke

This is spontaneous composition from a project that suddenly materialized in an afternoon session of improvisation.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Wuweiways Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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2. Chance Meeting Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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6:59 $0.99
3. Was It the Eastside? Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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4. There Are No Goodbyes Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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5. Whoze Surprize Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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6. Lynbrooklyn Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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7. If I Saw This Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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8. It Happened Tomorrow Blaise Siwula & Carsten Radtke
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Projection:Zero began in 2007 in Brooklyn, NY featuring Blaise Siwula alto/tenor sax and clarinet with Carsten Radtke guitar.
This duet has been active since that time performing in NYC, Washington DC, Boston, Brooklyn, Munich, Hamburg, Siblius Romania and Konstanz Germany. They have collaborated with various musicians from around the world (Japan, Belgium, Germany, USA) This recording is where it began and in so many ways the first time is indeed remarkable.


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