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Eric Vloeimans

Hidden History

  • Type CD
  • Label Challenge Jazz
  • UPC 0608917010923
  • Catalog number CHR 70109
  • Release date 18 September 2003
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About the album

Artist: Eric Vloeimans, Rita Marcotulli, Palle Danielsson, Roberto Gatto

After we have heard the more experimental side of Eric Vloeimans on Brutto Gusto (CHR 70102), and his laid-back, loungy side on VoizNoiz (JJT 77009), he brings us with Hidden History a completely different album. Together with the Italian pianist Rita Marcotulli he has made a truly "sweet" album, with lovely composed melodies interwoven with Eric's always surprisingly soft sound. An album to play at the fire-place during a cold winter-day, and think back of all good memories sometimes Hidden in History.
Eric Vloeimans: Actually, the make-up of the group was clear right from the start. From the moment I heard Roberto in Rita's band I felt as if I belonged to Roberto's fan club. It was crystal clear that he, if he could and wanted to, should be in the group. The participation of Palle Danielsson was also a foregone conclusion. Rita plays more often with Palle and we are both very much taken with him. The matter was quickly settled. There was a tour in which pieces contributed by various band members were tried out and worked out, and the CD was made straight afterwards. "Hidden History" had become a fact.

New album and tour by Eric Vloeimans


image Just released: The album Levanter by trumpet player Eric Vloeimans, clarinettist Kinan Azmeh and pianist Jeroen van Vliet.  Levanter is the new album by trumpet player Eric Vloeimans. The title refers to the warm, strong, eastern wind that regularly blows accross southern Europe.  Eric invited the Syrian clarinet virtuoso Kinan Azmeh for this project. The two met some years ago on an 'Imagining Europe' collaboration. Jeroen van Vliet, Boy Edgar winner of ...

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william beckfield

May 4th 2011 21:18
eric is the numero uno in the EU, no question.

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