„Party, nicht mit Allerweltsgrooves, sondern mit Anspruch“ (Süddeutsche Zeitung)
More and more young German musicians, primarily from jazz backgrounds, are discovering the appeal of heavy grooves, earthy sounds and driving rhythms in funk and soul. Swede Nils Landgren has been the European calling card for funk for 20 years with his Funk Unit, and we can now count representatives of the ACT series "Young German Jazz" among the pioneers of the next generation: The Berlin quartet Mo’ Blow astonished the scene two years ago with their snappy ACT debut "For Those About To Funk". The Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper wrote, "Party, not with run-of-the-mill grooves, but with quality,", whilst others praised the timelessness and complexity of the album. In addition to good critiques, Mo’ Blow also won the "Future Sounds" competition at the Leverkusen Jazz Days, there being no doubt in t...line up
Felix F. Falk / saxes, didgeridoo, perc
Matti Klein / rhodes
Tobias Fleischer / bass
André Seidel / drums
Produced by Nils Landgren
Recorded by Arne Schumann at Hansa Studios Berlin, edited by Jonas Zadow.
Mixed and mastered by Arne Schumann at Schumann & Bach, Berlin.
Cover art: “Breakdancer” by Rainer Mang, 1989 / ACT Art Collection
Also available: For those about to Funk, ACT 9658-2