Dirk Balthaus | The Healing

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The Healing

by Dirk Balthaus

Nine songs, traveling from neobop to funk and Latin orientated grooves with free improvised parts.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Motional
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6:51 $0.69
2. My Friend
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8:10 $0.69
3. Time To Waste
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4. Suite For Sweets
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9:28 $0.69
5. The Healing
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6:01 $0.69
6. The Many Coloured One
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8:50 $0.69
7. Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
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5:00 $0.69
8. Uptown Blues
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9. And Then It Broke Down
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Album Notes
Bert Lochs tp / flg
Marc Mommaas t-sax/s-sax
Volker Winck t-sax/s-sax/clar
Sven Schuster bass
Steve Altenberg drums
Dirk Balthaus piano


Balthaus shows with his sextet that creativity inside the borders of contemporary mainstream can be as fruitful as searching for new forms.
Leidsche dagblad

With fine compositions and an energetic drive the Dirk Balthaus sextet stimulates the audience.
Oldenburger Volkszeitung

While playing the 9 titels they travel from Neobop with fast tunes and ballades to the world of funk-inspired contemporary Jazz... The solos are beautiful… Balthaus is an experienced accompanist and a brilliant soloist.

Loose and relaxed: The Dirk Balthaus 6-tet presents itself as a band who chooses it's material from the entire jazzhistory.
Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung


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