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City in Trance

by Andi Steirer

The soloist, the highly gifted and succesfull austrian percussionist Andi Steirer (on bongos) builds his statements over keyboard and percussion layers
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1. The Secret
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2. Melody 1
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3. Home Run
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4. Start up Pilgrim
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5. Melody 2
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6. City in Trance
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7. Stephansdom
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Andi Steirer . percussion Hannes Oberwalder . keyboards Jojo Lackner . el.bass Berni Schedelberger . congas


Since decades the highly gifted and succesfull austrian percussionist Andi Steirer is on tour and playing in the studio with numerous projects: Ostinato, Karl Ratzer, Falco, Fritz Pauer, Ludwig Hirsch (steady band member since 1986), Rainhard Fendrich, Austria 3, Alegre Correa, Dorretta Carter, Harri Stojka, Stella Jones, Heinz von Hermann, a.m.m! On this album he “eventually” presents his own personal vision in music:
A “meditation about the city” with lots of percussion, deep emotions and reaching up to ecstacy! You
could experience the city as one big trance sequenz, with its repeating processes, work rhythms and rituals! The participating musicans are: Hannes Oberwalder on keyboards, Jojo Lackner on electric bass and Berni Schedelberger on congas.
To do completely without drums is kind of novel.
The soloist Andi Steirer (on bongos) builds his statements over keyboard layers, without having melody or harmony at his disponal!
A very fine solo debut!

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