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Jamie Oehlers Double Drummer Group - You R Here - Session Two

Jamie Oehlers Double Drummer Group - You R Here - Session Two
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The spirit is taken up by new generations, but rarely with such energy as here. Powered by drummers Simon Barker and Ben Vanderwal and buoyed by Rodrigo Aravena's bass, the themes and improvisations come at you with exhilarating force.


Track Listing
1. Hat in the Cat 
2. Kinjit 
3. You R Here 
4. Departure 
5. Don't Look Back 
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These sessions were recorded at Bennetts Lane over two nights. Playing with two drummers came about during the long term residency of the Jamie Oehlers quartet at 303, when by accident both Ben Vanderwal and Simon Barker were booked to play, and they did, together with the remarkable talents of James Muller (Guitar), the unmistakable Scott Tinkler (Trumpet), long term colleagues Sam Keevers (Piano) and Rodrigo Aravena (Bass).

The five originals featured on You R Here Session Two captures the music the way you would hear it any night, in any jazz club in Australia. A sensational live album.

 


 

OEHLERS 2007 JAZZ ARTIST OF THE YEAR 'AUSTRALIAN JAZZ BELL AWARDS

'JAMIE OEHLERS DOUBLE DRUMMER GROUP 2007 BEST CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ALBUM' AUSTRALIAN JAZZ BELL AWARDS

 


 

"Many of the lurching, battered heroes of hard rock roar on with surprising potency; and so do those of free jazz, as this year's Wangaratta Festival of Jazz proved. The spirit is taken up by new generations, but rarely with such energy as here. Powered by drummers Simon Barker and Ben Vanderwal and buoyed by Rodrigo Aravena's bass, the themes and improvisations come at you with exhilarating force. These hurricanes can evaporate suddenly in ethereal passages. Here the piano of Sam Keevers steps on air, sustained by a kind of harmonic anti-gravity. Tenor saxophonist Oehlers and trumpeter Scott Tinkler are currently at a peak, especially on this disc. After Oehlers's unaccompanied solo on track three, the band crashes in like a building falling on you. On track five, guitarist James Muller duels with Tinkler. This music does something very different with time and space. "

John Clare, SMH, Nov 2006

 


 

 

 

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The spirit is taken up by new generations, but rarely with such energy as here. Powered by drummers Simon Barker and Ben Vanderwal and buoyed by Rodrigo Aravena's bass, the themes and improvisations come at you with exhilarating force.


Track Listing
1. Hat in the Cat 
2. Kinjit 
3. You R Here 
4. Departure 
5. Don't Look Back 
Click on above buttons to hear samples of select tracks

 

 


    More info & reviews 

These sessions were recorded at Bennetts Lane over two nights. Playing with two drummers came about during the long term residency of the Jamie Oehlers quartet at 303, when by accident both Ben Vanderwal and Simon Barker were booked to play, and they did, together with the remarkable talents of James Muller (Guitar), the unmistakable Scott Tinkler (Trumpet), long term colleagues Sam Keevers (Piano) and Rodrigo Aravena (Bass).

The five originals featured on You R Here Session Two captures the music the way you would hear it any night, in any jazz club in Australia. A sensational live album.

 


 

OEHLERS 2007 JAZZ ARTIST OF THE YEAR 'AUSTRALIAN JAZZ BELL AWARDS

'JAMIE OEHLERS DOUBLE DRUMMER GROUP 2007 BEST CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ALBUM' AUSTRALIAN JAZZ BELL AWARDS

 


 

"Many of the lurching, battered heroes of hard rock roar on with surprising potency; and so do those of free jazz, as this year's Wangaratta Festival of Jazz proved. The spirit is taken up by new generations, but rarely with such energy as here. Powered by drummers Simon Barker and Ben Vanderwal and buoyed by Rodrigo Aravena's bass, the themes and improvisations come at you with exhilarating force. These hurricanes can evaporate suddenly in ethereal passages. Here the piano of Sam Keevers steps on air, sustained by a kind of harmonic anti-gravity. Tenor saxophonist Oehlers and trumpeter Scott Tinkler are currently at a peak, especially on this disc. After Oehlers's unaccompanied solo on track three, the band crashes in like a building falling on you. On track five, guitarist James Muller duels with Tinkler. This music does something very different with time and space. "

John Clare, SMH, Nov 2006

 


 

 

 

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