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

Paul Heller – “Good Times”

Paul Heller – “Good Times”

Paul Heller has proved that he can serve up classic and modern across a number of albums. And on the album Good Times, Paul Heller displays a new aspect; Good Times grooves like hell. The 10 original compositions really make you want to dance!

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Ann Malcolm – “Libertango” (Single)

Ann Malcolm – “Libertango” (Single)

Celebrated as the “quintessence of female jazz singing” Ann Malcolm fascinates her audiences with her very personal style and phrasing. She will definitely touch your heart with her unique voice that one does not forget.

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Ann Malcolm – “Shadows Who Dance”

Ann Malcolm – “Shadows Who Dance”

Celebrated as the “quintessence of female jazz singing” Ann Malcolm fascinates her audiences with her very personal style and phrasing. She will definitely touch your heart with her unique...

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Matthias Berg, Reiko Honshoh  – “Debut”

Matthias Berg, Reiko Honshoh – “Debut”

The life of Matthias Berg (*1961) revolves around the triangle of music, law and sports. In all three interests he has developed his talent to outstanding levels. Quoting Mr. Berg: “That’s what happens when you combine humour, determination, enthusiasm and a Thalidomid disability”.

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Ann Malcolm – “R.S.V.P”

Ann Malcolm – “R.S.V.P”

Celebrated as the “quintessence of female jazz singing” Ann Malcolm fascinates her audiences with her very personal style and phrasing. She will definitely touch your heart with her unique...

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Ben Wolfe – “Bagdad Theater”

Ben Wolfe – “Bagdad Theater”

New York bassist/composer and bandleader Ben Wolfe’s music has been described as “Mingus and Miles Davis meet Bartok and Bernard Herrmann” (Ben Ratliff – The New York Times). Acclaimed by some of the jazz world’s most respected critics for his “wit and cool intelligence” and signature “innovative, melding of hard-swinging jazz quartet, outstanding guest soloists and classical string quartet.”,

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