Four Girls #umcd0023 06 Aug 2015

New CD from breathtaking quartet Peeping Tom – including some of the most active musicians in the European scene of current music.
With a sophisticated and flagrant musical language – inspired by be-bop, swing, avant garde and contemporary music – Peeping Tom explores (and proposes) a jazz of our times.

Four Girls is multi-dimensional and opposite. Just as complex as lucid and distinct. Just as emotional as mathematical. Just as much in the tradition as out of tradition.

Peeping Tom is a polyphonic act, encouraging the listener (the audience as well as the band members) to step out of predetermined roles and foregone conclusions, and therefore puts the musical momentum on constant trial.

Pierre-Antoine Badaroux  saxophone
Axel Dörner  trumpet
Joel Grip  double bass
Antonin Gerbal  drums
Samples from the album.

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Tracks:
1. Background Beneath.  (A. Dörner)
2. Four Girls. (Peeping Tom with quote from Boots Mussulli’s composition with the same name)
3. Tatsächlich. (A. Dörner)
4. Don Byas on “I Got Rhythm”. (Pierre-Antoine Badaroux)

Total playing time 59:37.
All music arranged by Peeping Tom. Recorded at Mathilda Bar, Berlin, Dec. 15 2014.
Cover art made by Sven-Åke Johansson.

 

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