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Desert - Nils Wogram & Root 70* - Fahrvergnügen

by Sagul


  1. root 70 is a classic jazz quartet without a harmony instrument. the band has a very transparent and light acoustic sound. we recorded albums focusing on odd meter and quartetone jazz. our new record "luxury habits" will be released in may
  2. Led by German trombonist Nils Wogram, the creative jazz quartet Root 70 was formed in All four bandmembers were born (or, as the group's name suggests, rooted) in the '70s -- two in Germany and two in New Zealand -- and their performing and recording careers .
  3. In Root 70 released an album named Fahrvergnügen. The vinyl Root 70 vs Wolf Parkinson White is a side project of that recording session. It contains two tunes from the original album, one bonus track and three re-mixes by Wolf Parkinson White on the B side.
  4. Wogram Nils HSLU M: Nils Wogram, geboren in Braunschweig (D), verfügt als Posaunist, Komponist und Bandleader über internationales Renommé. Er spielte mit zahlreichen Jazzgrössen und auf bekannten Bühnen rund um den bluesrock.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfotion: Lecturer.
  5. ‎Creative jazz trombonist and composer Nils Wogram has performed and recorded in a wide variety of settings from solo to large ensemble, and has released over 20 albums as a leader or co-leader. Wogram was born in in Braunschweig, Germany, and at the age of 12 he began classical training at the. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  6. Nils Wogram & Root 70 - Luxury Habits () [Hi-Res] and drummer Rueckert, with an eponymous debut album on the 2nd Floor label. Root 70 would become one of Wogram's most longstanding ensembles, with albums released throughout the decade and beyond, including Getting Rooted (, Enja), Fahrvergnügen (, Intuition), and the dubbed-out.
  7. Fahrvergnugen, an album by Root 70 on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Nils WogramNils Wogram not only has a comfortable hold on his position as the most important and most influential German trombonist since Albert Mangelsdorff, but his band, Root 70, is also among one of the few German jazz groups with an original, accessible, and extremely recognizable sound.

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