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Happy Release Day: Robert Keßler – Little People

Think big! Bigger, further, faster! We are no longer used to attaching importance to the small. We don’t have enough attention span for details in the ever more confusing mountains of images and sounds that pile up in front of us. Nuances are no longer perceived at all, they are not recognised behind the filters of the present or they are wiped away like an annoying little creature.

“Little People”, the new album by Berlin guitarist Robert Keßler, comes at the right time. Because it directs the senses, dulled by distractions, to the essential and seduces them to listen: For example, to the pleasantly warm sound of the wood of Keßler’s archtop Gibson ES-175 from 1963, or to the enormously concentrated interplay of Keßler, double bassist Andreas Henze and drummer Tobias Backhaus, which pays attention to each other’s most minimal musical gestures. And last but not least, on the compositions, which grow in their course and flourish to full splendour like seeds carefully made to sprout.

Listen to the music: https://glmmusic.de/LittlePeopleWE

More infos: https://www.glm.de/en/product/robert-kessler-little-people/

 

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International Jazz Day

For todays International Jazz Day here is our playlist with more than four hours of music:

 

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Happy Release Day: BLOODLINE– Robert Keßler Trio

Bloodline – that means something like family tree. Every artist must honestly decide for himself to whom he feels obliged and why. To himself and thus to those who can identify with his statements, or to external factors such as media expectations, zeitgeist or a canon. Guitarist Robert Keßler has made a very clear decision, and his album “Bloodline” bears witness to this step.

More informations: https://www.glm.de/en/product/robert-kessler-bloodline/

Here is the music: https://glm.lnk.to/BloodlineWE