The Israeli pianist Uri Gincel moved to Berlin in 2009, and quickly became one of the most important piano players in the Berlin jazz scene, Shortly after his arrival, he met the Danish bassist Andreas Lang and the German drummer Moritz Baumgärtner.
Starting with jazz standards and classic piano trio sound, the three go on a quest for new forms, sounds and colors. With mutual trust, great joy, always ready to risk, but never losing the focus on their common language, the Uri Gincel Trio creates an intensive, multi-faceted world of musical improvisation, sound and traditions.
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Den Albumtitel „Free“ sollte man dabei nicht missverstehen. Hier sind keine Free-Jazz-Berserker am Werk, sondern drei Musiker, die ihren Instinkten folgen und dabei die Musik spielen, die sie wollen. Die Dichte der Kommunikation untereinander macht den Reiz ihrer musikalischen Erkundungen aus.
- Rolf Thomas, Jazz thing 101
....as a mainstream piano trio album, this is quite an excellent effort. The rhythm section is absolutely superb, with Lang being among the finest European bassist these days. Baumgartner also performs very well, supporting the piano with just the right amount of rhythmic seasoning. The music is beautifully recorded (in one of Poland´s best recording studios) with beautiful sonic ambience, which will make piano trio fans extremely happy.
- Adam Baruch, http://www.adambaruch.com/
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