What happens when a jazz musician and a whizz kid in electronic music put together in a studio project?This content was published on March 23, 2009 - 13:36
Jazz saxophone player Daniel Küffer and sound engeneer Daniel Wihler were kenn to find out and started collaboration on such a venture in 1998. DoubleDan - the two Daniels project - was born.
Based on original drum beats, Daniel Küffer wrote nine songs and invited various authors to write lyrics. Each song is a crossover combining elements of jazz, latin, ragga, soul, worldbeat, drums&bass and trip hop. So the musical journey that this recording presents is both exciting and surprising.
Thrilled by the unexpected, the listener will discover his own musical curiosity. A large number of musicians, mostly from the Swiss scene, contributed to the recordings from March-October 1998.
DoubleDan did their finalization by editing arranging and even recomposing the recording results.
DoubleDan: Prelude (1998). MH CD 115.2. Programme produced by Christian Strickler for SRI. Music produced by Daniel Küffer.
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