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Labyrinths and Tales

Labyrinths and Tales by Clemens Grassmann buy album

Clemens Grassmann

Label: Grassmannmusic
Released: 2017
Duration: 51:02
Views: 578

Track Listing

#1 The Mole And The Rat #2 Black & White #3 La Gatinha #4 Sugar Shake #5 Travelling #6 Coriolis #7 Hot Ash!

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#01 Clemens Graßmann - Drums, Percussion, Composer, Arranger, Producer #02 Jonathan Chapman - Bass #03 Andrew Marzotto - Guitar #04 Antoni Vaquer - Piano #05 Justin Salisbury - Synths (1, 6) #06 Nêgah Santos - Percussion (1, 3) #07 Cosimo Boni - Trumpet (2, 3, 5, 6, 7) #08 Daniele Germani - Alto Sax (2, 5, 6, 7) #09 Alexandre Madeline - Tenor Sax (1, 2, 5, 6, 7) #10 Xito Lovell - Trombone (2) #11 Logan Ivancik - Bari Sax (2) #12 Recorded by Mike Moss at Soundscape Studios, Boston, MA #13 Alberto Goicoechea - Engineering, Editing, Assistant Producer #14 David Cardona Bohóhrquez - Mixing, Sound Design #15 Alex Psaroudakis at Sterling Sound - Mastering www.clemensgrassmann.com Zildjian Cymbals, Yamaha Drums, Vic Firth Sticks ©Grassmannmusic, 2016

Album Description

Brooklyn based drummer and percussionist Clemens Grassmann put together this collaboration of original compositions during his studies at Berklee College of Music. While exploring new territories and defining his musical journey, Clemens emerged as an original composer concatenating Jazz, Latin-, World- and Electronic music and creating a unique musical experience that invites the listener to join him and his group on an exciting trip of thrilling tales on bewildering paths. www.clemensgrassmann.com


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