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Michael Naura Quartet: Call

Wolfgang Schlüter, Michael Naura, Eberhard Weber, Joe Nay

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1
Soledad de murcia
Michael Naura Quartet
5:57
2
M.O.C.
Michael Naura Quartet
3:37
3
Forgotten Garden
Michael Naura Quartet
5:33
4
Take Us Down to the River
Michael Naura Quartet
3:58
5
Why Is Mary So Nervous?
Michael Naura Quartet
5:28
6
Don't Stop
Michael Naura Quartet
4:56
7
Miriam
Michael Naura Quartet
3:48
8
Call
Michael Naura Quartet
5:03
Total Playing Time    38:20
Pianist Michael Naura’s 1970 album Call assimilates contemporary sounds of free jazz and rock as well as the collective playing styles of a younger generation of musicians. His first album in eight years, this definitely showcased Naura in a new light. Two members of his old quintet, vibraphonist Wolfgang Schlüter and drummer Joe Nay, appear on Call and both had effortlessly mastered, as had Naura, the newly emerging rock and blues-oriented styles of the era. With the addition of electric bassist Eberhard Weber, a jazz-rock trendsetter stepped into the band and had a substantial impact on the new quartet’s sound.
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