Someone Blind (Remastered) Klaus Gertken Trio

Cover Someone Blind (Remastered)

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Label: Nabel Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Contemporary Jazz

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)


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  • 1Circle Of Sighs03:57
  • 2Bohuslan03:47
  • 3Pleasure Ground05:09
  • 4Heffalump02:50
  • 5Blaue Stunde03:32
  • 6Sonnenlicht/Mondlicht05:10
  • 7Winter Romance07:22
  • 8Schwane (Piano solo)01:52
  • 9Richie03:58
  • 10Movin Memories04:08
  • 11Prelude (Drum solo)00:51
  • 12Someone Blind05:38
  • Total Runtime48:14

Info for Someone Blind (Remastered)

'Someone blind', the first album of the Klaus Gertken Trio, recorded in 1992 with high-end audio engineering and a Bösendorfer grand piano in a Berlin backyard studio, was recently rediscovered in Japan where it reached astonishing sales figures.

Written in the style of the 90s, 'Someone blind' only includes original compositions by Klaus Gertken, who in the meantime has also made a name for himself as author of a worldwide published keyboard school.

At that time, the CD was highly praised in the media and compared with productions of Keith Jarrett, Rainer Brüninghaus and early CDs from Pat Metheny and Eberhard Weber. Due to high demand - Re-Release of the Original- CD from 1992.

Klaus Gertken, piano
Carsten Schmelzer, bass
Uli Moritz, drums

Recorded at Studio Funk, Berlin by Frank Schneider (June 16, 1992) and Kai Diener (Feb 23, June 14, 1992)

Digitally remastered

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Booklet for Someone Blind (Remastered)

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