The third album of Max Andrzejewski´s HÜTTE features a 12piece choir and the soloist Dorrey Lin Lyles. Released on WhyPlayJazz.
The album was recorded in june 2016 at RBB Radio Berlin Brandenburg.
It's a marriage for love of Contemporary/FreeJazz and Gospel Music.
And there are lyrics too. Poems about food as a substitute for religion, written by the theatre dramaturg Thomaspeter Goergen and the food lover Sylvana Seddig.
released April 7, 2017
All compositions by Max Andrzejewski
Lyrics 1. 2. 9. 10. by Thomaspeter Goergen
Lyrics 5. 7. 8. by Sylvana Seddig
Johannes Schleiermacher - Saxophone
Tobias Hoffmann - Guitar
Andreas Lang - Bass
Max Andrzejewski - Drums
Tobias Christl - Choir Leading
The Choir in alphabetical order:
Winnie Brückner, Tobias Christl, Marie Daniels, Lea W. Frey, Marcus Gartschok, Erik Leuthäuser, Zola Mennenöh, Friederike Merz, Stephen Moult, Dora Osterloh, Lena Sundermeyer, Laura Winkler
Special guest: Dorrey Lin Lyles - vocals (on 1. 4. 5. 9.)
Recorded in june 2016, mixed and mastered in november 2016 at rbb-Studios Berlin by Maria Suschke (Sound Supervisor), Bernd Bechthold (Sound Engineer), Ulrich Hieber (Digital Cut) and Max Andrzejewski.
Produced for Kulturradio rbb by Ulf Drechsel.
Released on WhyPlayJazz.
„No other young jazz-band in the last years in Germany has caused such a stir as Max Andrzejewski’s “Hütte“ [Hut]“ says the acclaimed music critic Wolf Kampmann. The Berlin based band HÜTTE won the Neuer Deutscher Jazzpreis 2013, released three albums - partly featuring a vocal ensemble - and played international tours, e.g. at Südtirol Jazzfestival (IT), Enjoy Jazz Festival Heidelberg, Umbria Jazz (IT), April Jazz National Concert Hall Dublin (IR), J.O.E. Festival Essen, Just Music Festival Wiesbaden, Jazz Units Berlin, Jazztage Regensburg, NueJazz Festival Nürnberg, KLAENG Festival Köln and many more.
The four strong individuals - the drummer und composer Max Andrzejewski, the saxophone player Johannes Schleiermacher, the guitar player Tobias Hoffmann and bassist Andreas Lang - cultivated a playful, stubborn, passionate playing. Strong melodious compositions, avantgarde swing and expressive freedom… HÜTTE is burning. After two successfull albums of the band plus vocal ensembles („HÜTTE und CHOR“ (Traumton
2014) and „HÜTTE and The Homegrown Organic Gospel Choir“ (Whyplayjazz 2017)) the highly energetic and award winning quartet is playing as the instrumental core group again - and they play their asses off.
„No other young jazz-band in the last years in Germany has caused such a stir as Max Andrzejewski’s “Hütte“ [Hut]“ (Wolf
Kampmann). HÜTTE released 3 albums - partly featuring vocal groups - won the Neuer Deutscher Jazzpreis 2013 and played international tours- Südtirol Jazzfestival (IT), Enjoy Jazz Festival Heidelberg, Umbria Jazz (IT), April Jazz National Concert Hall Dublin (IR) and many more....more