Rüdiger Baldauf
”Strawberry Fields“

The Beatles in a different way.
A consistently creative homage.

ERIK LEUTHÄUSER

“Leuthäuser and Köhler manage the balancing act of remaining faithful to the original interpretations while still injecting them with their own DNA.”

Mia Brentano’s RIVER OF MEMORIES

A Mistery Trip

”This is the most moving new album I’ve heard in some time!“

(Dave Saemann, Fanfare Magazine)

New releases

Patrick Deltenre, Ivan Paduart – “Hand in Hand”

Patrick Deltenre, Ivan Paduart – “Hand in Hand”

Hand in Hand – an album title that contains two meanings. Firstly, it of course reflects the artists’ collaboration as a duo; two creative individuals pursuing a musical goal together. Secondly, it is the combination of two harmonic instruments; their sounds are interwoven in such a way that individuality is maintained, while at the same time, a genuine dialogue is created rather than simple musical duplication.

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Gisela Berndt & Band – “Nach Norden”

Gisela Berndt & Band – “Nach Norden”

“Come on, I’ll paint our colours for you on the wide walls of the house …” That’s a line from a song by Gisela Berndt, and that’s exactly what happens when this singer-songwriter from Cologne opens her lyrical paintbox for us. Gisela Berndt paints – with her lyrics and with her voice.

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Miriam Ast & Victor Gutierrez – “Secret Songs”

Miriam Ast & Victor Gutierrez – “Secret Songs”

Secret Songs has become a very personal album. The two artists play mostly their own compositions, together with a few special arrangements of well-known jazz standards. Miriam Ast‘s vocals and Victor Gutierrez‘s piano playing enter into an intense musical dialogue that is characterized by warm and lyrical sounds, experimental and free-form passages, and virtuoso improvisations.

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Reinberg – “Old Friend”

Reinberg – “Old Friend”

Behind the name REINBERG – a conceptual fusion of Konstantin REINfeld and Christoph SpangenBERG – two young shooting stars of the German music scene can be found. Here they are presenting a very unusual duo programme, namely a combination of diatonic harmonica (Reinfeld) and piano (Spangenberg).

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Paul Heller meets Roman Schwaller

Paul Heller meets Roman Schwaller

You just need to listen to Paul Heller‘s new CD for a few seconds before you notice it; here are two people who fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. It‘s not just because they both play the same instrument, the tenor saxophone …

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