Concert at bird's eye jazz club Basel(30.4. International Jazz Day)
In this quintet, Jochen Rueckert gathers around him four absolute heavyweights of jazz, but also of his personal, long-standing career. Mark Turner, on the one hand, has been an integral part of the quartet of the New York-based German drummer since 2008. On the other hand, the latter, in the reverse sense, has been an integral part of Nils Wogram's band "Root 70" for 25 years. But now, for the first time, he brings these two pillars of his musical life together on stage in this band specially assembled for a tour, and the result is as brilliant as it is beguiling. The multi-faceted and exciting repertoire for this occasion was not only composed and arranged by Jochen Rueckert himself, but, as he writes, he also "personally printed it out and glued it together". Rounding out and perfecting the quintet's fascinating and inspired sound with perfected timing are Doug Weiss on bass, with whom Jochen Rueckert has long played in various bands, and Dutch bass clarinetist Joris Roelofs. Line-up:NilsWogram: trombone, Joris Roelofs: bass clarinet, Mark Turner: tenor sax, Doug Weiss: bass, Jochen Rueckert: drums
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