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Ensemble du Verre - Sing Me Something



Ensemble du Verre Sing Me Something
Ensemble du Verre - Sing Me Something
(CD) Fante/Audiopharm/SPV, 2005-09-30

Tracklisting :
01. Phonetic feat. Sidsel Endresen 5:52
02. Poetry feat. Ute Lorenzen 2:54
03. Faute de Mieux feat. Michael Schiefel 5:45
04. How Can You Be feat. Platnum 4:13
05. Battery 4:41 | MP3 06. Sing Me Something feat. Torun Eriksen 4:56 | MP3
07. Brand new World feat. Britta-Ann Flechsenhar 6:17
08. Fast 5:37
09. Eden Is feat. Ute Lorenzen 2:13
10. Or Is The Moment Gone feat. Ursula Rucker 5:24 | MP3
11. What Ellington Says 6:32
12. Annalizer (Bugge Wesseltoft remix) 4:56

Links :
ensemble-du-verre.com
myspace.com/ensembleduverre
batterie-records.com
myspace.com/batterierecords
MP3 downloads here or here

Press Release :
After their success with the last album "facing, transparent" and their tour with Bugge Wesseltoft, Ensemble Du Verre now make a great leap forward. For on their new release "Sing Me Something" drummer Sönke Düwer with his Ensemble centers the human voice. But the album is definitely not an album by a drummer who structures voices and vocals around his drumming. "Sing Me Something" is a jazz album and yet no jazz album, a song CD and yet no song CD - there's no adequate cliché to describe his music. The CD seems more like a journey with a departure and an arrival, the last track sounding like the itinerary of the next journey. Düwer was able to persuade the guest vocalists Sidsel Endresen, Torun Eriksen and Ursula Rucker - names already known in the jazz compatible vocal world. But with Platnum, Michael Schiefel, Britta-Ann Flechsenhar and Ute Lorenzen there are also four newcomer on the album. Bugge Wesseltoft - head of the Norwegian jazz-scene - tops off the album with his remix of the song "Annalizer".
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