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Release: 2013
Ref.: LJ21

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Release : february, 2013

Is Luxembourg a new melting pot for jazz in Europe?... For many years, musicians such as Michel Pilz, Ernie Hammes and Roby Glod have held their own on international stages throughout the world. But it seems as though the Luxembourg Jazz Scene has considerably grown in recent years and is now pushing its frontiers, bringing forth captivating young artists such as Pascal Schumacher and Maxime Bender. While having strong ties to their home-country, pianist Michel Reis, double bassist Marc Demuth and drummer Paul Wiltgen are among those emerging talents who, through experience, learning and reflection, have acquired a worldly open mindedness and are eager to bring their music to audiences wolrdwide. Collaborating since 2002 and now three truly pan-continental artists, Michel Reis, Marc Demuth and Paul Wiltgen assert themselves as one of the most original sounding piano trios. Through their very European style of melodic composition, set to an almost American sounding rhythm section, exciting and dynamic, yet grounding and settled, Reis / Demuth / Wiltgen demonstrates the diversity of current jazz and a laid-back Europe.



1. Mirage (5’27)
2. No stone left unturned (4’18)
3. A block apart (4’10)
4. Floppy disc (4’41)
5. If only you would know (7’08)
6. Straight circle (4’55)
7. Wishing well (6’57)
8. Pacific coast highway (5’09)
9. Neel mat käpp (4’52)


TOTAL TIME : 48'00



Michel Reis : Piano
Paul Wiltgen : Drums
Marc Demuth : Double bass



Produced by Laborie Jazz
Executive producer : Jean-Michel Leygonie
Recorded by Philippe Abadie at Studio Laborie
Assistant : Nicolas Denis
Mixed / Mastered by Philippe Abadie
Photos by Jean-Baptiste Millot
Artwork by Jean-Louis Duralek - www.howcanyounot.com
Management  : Laurent Carrier - www.colore.fr
Worldwide Digital Distribution : Socadisc



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