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- Young German jazz is in a very healthy state, and of the most extraordinary examples is the trio Three Fall. They caused a furore with debut album “On a Walkabout”, and are now adding more fuel to the fire with their second album, “Realize!”. Once again the trio includes a mix of original compositions with interpretations of rock and pop material. On the debut album they only covered Red Hot Chili Pepper songs, however this latest record includes tracks by Rage Against The Machine ("Killing In The Name"), Nirvana ("Lithium") and Coldplay ("The Scientist").
Despite the presence of these covers, Three Fall’s own compositions still hold their own, ranging from the African-influenced "Chapa Chapa Maputo" to the striking rhythms of "Bata" and the hypnotically booming "Stein". The cool melody in "Endless" could be from Paul Desmond, and the electronic effects are unpretentious and blend seamlessly into the fabric of the song. Nobody else plays like Three Fall, not because they want to be different, but because they are.
- THREE FALL
Lutz Streun - tenor sax, bass clarinet
Til Schneider - trombone
Sebastian Winne - drums & percussion
- 1 CD
release date. 2013-07-01