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One Friday evening during May 2018 in Berlin Kreuzberg the Kreuzberg Polyphony Team (Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Volker Lankow) met the young french bass player Rémi Chabanel. On this album you hear a part of the great collaboration with this talented bassist.

Thanks to Tom Hemp's for providing their very nice space.

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released July 23, 2018

Rémi Chabanel: Bass
Bernhard Wöstheinrich: Electronics, keys
Volker Lankow: Percussions, Soundscapes

All tracks improvised.
Recorded on 2018 May 25 by Volker Lankow with a Zoom R16 at Tom Hemp's

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Volker Lankow Berlin, Germany

Percussionist since the late seventies, Volker Lankow lives in Berlin, plays and collaborates in many diverse projects, such as together with Bernhard Wöstheinrich, Wolfgang Spahn, David Rothenberg, to name a few.
Volker works on many Solo projects, using percussion instruments and electronics, to develop his own vison of experimental sounds, drones and world music.
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