Karl Berger “We are You”

Karl Berger “We are You”

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Karl Berger
We are You
Trio Records (Japan) 1972
PA-7017 (LP) w/insert.
sleeve : VG+(wear on edge and corner, dirts.)
media : EX+/EX+(some slightly noises.)

This is a description of an album released in 1972 by German pianist/vibraphonist Karl Berger, who gained recognition in the mid-1960s on the free jazz scene and showcased his presence in Don Cherry's works as well. The album was recorded in 1971 at Tonstudio Bauer in Ludwigsburg, Germany, known for recording several ECM productions. The lineup includes Allen Blairman (ds, per), Peter Kowald (b), and Ingrid Berger (vo, per). The recording captures the intense and tension-filled session, with piano surging like waves, delicate percussion, and Ingrid's floating voice, particularly highlighted in the title track (A2) and the opening piece (A3) that unfolds with the nimble rhythm of the marimba. A highly recommended album with a vibe reminiscent of the New York loft jazz scene.

A2: We are You
A3: Marimba Dance

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