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Janis Görlich´s Bummelzug Expedition <br/> IN DIE FERNE

Janis Görlich´s Bummelzug Expedition
IN DIE FERNE

Otis Sandsjö – tenor sax
Uli Kempendorff -tenor sax
Federico Laterna – alto sax
Thor Oskar Olsson -guitars
Daniel Bödvarsson -guitar
Julius Heise -vibraphone
Jonas Hauer – organ, wurlitzer piano, synth
Janis Görlich- drums, two finger piano

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IN DIE FERNE

„Bummelzug Expedition In die Ferne” is Part Two of a conceptual album in two parts.
Part One is entitled “Bummelzug Explosion In der Ferne” and was released 2013 on Shoebillmusic.

TRACKS

Side A:
Prolog: Pianoborg | Mannchord 07:49
Die Unschärfe 03:25
Fratze II 01:57
Fratze III 04:51

Side B:
Kleine Wüstenmaschine 00:57
(epic) 08:37
Mit Ohrensausen 00:46
At the Arab Bureau 01:51
Ms. Bell 04:28
Epilog: Große Wüstenmaschine (Vinyl only) 02:33

CREDITS

all compositions by Janis Görlich
produced by Janis Görlich
Recorded at Philophon Studios, Berlin by Benjamin Spitzmüller in November 2012 and May 2014
additional field recordings on Berlin balconies and in Kairo hotel rooms by Janis Görlich
mixed at Philophon Studios by Benjamin Spitzmüller and Janis Görlich
mastered by Martin Ruch
art work by Annika Weinthal
executive producer: Johannes Haage

janis Görlich´s BUMMELZUG EXPEDITION

Bum|mel, der ; [ˈbʊml̩], n. {masc.}, colloquial German for: stroll

Bum|mel|zug, der ; [ˈbʊml̩t͜suːk], n.{masc.} , German (ironic) for: a slow train which stops at every station

Bum|mel|zug Ex|plo|si|on, die [ˈbʊml̩t͜suːk ɛksploˈzi̯oːn] n. {fem.}
1. German for: the explosion of a slow train which before used to stop at every station

2. Name of a musical group formed by Berlin­ based Jazz­drummer Janis Görlich.

BUMMELZUG EXPLOSION was formed in early 2012. The band plays original instrumental compositions by its leader Janis Görlich. The group dedicates itself to the performance of rather slow tempos, short solos and simple melodies, which stick to the listeners ears. However from time to time there may occur little unexpected explosions similar to explosions of steam locomotives in former times, which blew up usually as a result from conditions of high boiler pressure.

 

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