Joachim Kühn

Voodoo Sense - CD

  • Format: CD
  • Cat No.: ACT 9555-2
  • Barcode: 614427955524
  • German Release: 30/08/2013
  • Genre: Piano Jazz, World Jazz, Saxophone Jazz

Mit seinem Wüstenjazz-Trio und Saxofon-Legende Archie Shepp begibt sich Joachim Kühn auf die Suche nach dem Voodoo Sense im Jazz. Mit dem Coltrane-Klassiker „Kulu Se Mama“ als Herzstück.

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There are some jazz musicians who sound old when they are young. Joachim Kühn, the most eminent international pianist in the history of German jazz, has retained his childlike curiosity even at the age of 69, and that keeps him youthful. With his open-mindedness and his sense for the magic of music he is not only one of the greatest experimenters but also one of the most important integrative figures in jazz. Whether playing together with greats of classical jazz such as Stan Getz, Joe Henderson and Michael Brecker, with American and European members of the avant-garde such as Ornette Coleman, Michel Portal and his own brother Rolf Kühn, with world musicians like Rabih Abou-Khalil, young tearaways like Michael Wollny and Adam Baldych or even in a highly reputed Bach project with the St. Thomas Boys' Choir of Leipzig, whether performing...

line up

Joachim Kühn / piano
Majid Bekkas / guembri, voc & kalimba (on 1), balafon (on 4)
Ramon Lopez / drums & percussion

Special Guests:
Archie Shepp / tenor sax (on 1, 3 & 4)
Kouassi Bessan Joseph / talking drum & zinu congas (on 1, 2 & 4), voc (on 2)
Gouria Danielle / percussion (on 1 & 4), vocals (on 2)
Dally Jean Eric / calabas (on 1)
Gilles Ahadji / jembe (on 1 & 4)
Abdessadek Bounhar / karkabou (on 1, 2 & 4)

Recording Information

Produced by the artists
Executive Producer: Siggi Loch

Recorded by Tarik Hilal at Sale Music Studio, Morocco, Dec. 26 - 28, 2011, Feb. 1 & April 15 2012; and at Studio Sextan, Malakoff (Paris), Feb. 16 (by Quentin Fleury) & Nov. 13 (by Vincent Mahey), 2012
Mixed by Walter Quintus
Mastered by Klaus Scheuermann.

Cover art by Stanley Whitney "Moondog", 2011 / ACT Art Collection