Garage Pompeuse

Dephazz

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With Garage Pompeuse, DePhazz brings their blend of Soul, Latin and Electronica music to the world of Jazz. Mastermind Pit Baumgartner and singer Pat Appleton are once again doing pioneering work. Under the motto “Dare More Jazz”, Appleton performs the highlights of her extensive repertoire, such as “The Mambo Craze“, “Jeunesse Dorée” or “No Jive“, in the renowned Berlin Jazz club A-Trane.

Driven by the question of how the songs would sound with a jazz instrumentation, pianist Ulf Kleinert was commissioned with the new arrangements. He turned out to be a true master of reduction, who knows how to lay bare the soul of the songs. The intimate atmosphere of the club, which can only hold just under a hundred visitors, contributes the rest to the feeling of experiencing DePhazz in its purest form – a meeting of sound engineers and groove craftsmen.

Birgit Hammer-Sommer and husband Dirk Sommer recorded this album Live to Analog Tape in 2014. Eight years after producing and recording the album – and after eight years of it only being available on Vinyl LP the duo that are the label Sommelier du Son have transferred it to Stereo DSD 256 using the Mytek Digital Brooklyn Analog to Digital Converter.

Garage Pompeuse: The Berlin Session is exclusively available in Stereo DSD 256 as well as Stereo DSD 128 and DSD 64 at NativeDSD.  The additional DSD editions of the album were created in the DSD Domain by Tom Caulfield at NativeDSD Mastering Labs using the Signalyst HQ Player 4 Pro mastering software.  It is a DSD Exclusive, Not Available on SACD release.

DePhazz
Pat Appleton – Vocals
Pit Baumgartner – Ukulele Solo, Effects (FX)
Markus Bodenseh – Acoustic Bass
Oli Rubow – Drums
Matti Klein – Rhodes Electric Piano & Wurlitzer
Frank Spaniol – Saxophone, Bass Clarinet

Tracklist

1.
Our Relationship
04:29
2.
Used
02:59
3.
The Mambo Craze
04:24
4.
No Jive
04:23
5.
Fear Is My Business
04:00
6.
Astrud Astronett
04:07
7.
Chez Clerambault
03:43
8.
Trashbox
03:30
9.
Zero Zero
04:30
10.
Garbo Goodbye
04:36

Total time: 00:40:41

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Label

SKU

PHAZZ159

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Analog Tape Recorders

Studer A810

Mastering Engineers

Christoph Stickel & Dirk Sommer at CS Mastering in Munich, Germany

Monitoring

Monitored by Audeze and PSB headphones and Amphion ONE12 speakers driven by a Bryston 2B-LP

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Original Recording Format

Power Supply

PS Audio Power Plant

Producer

Dirk Sommer

Recording Engineers

Birgit Hammer-Sommer & Dirk Sommer

Recording Location

A-Trane Jazz Club in Berlin, Germany during August 2014

Release Date August 16, 2022

1 review for Garage Pompeuse

    Regarding the album, it’s not the best of Dephazz in my opinion with Live Jazz Club versions of tracks from their earlier albums.

    Regarding the DSD edition of the album, I got the DSD 256 version and noticed little ticks throughout the album. Not 100% perfect and disappointed for the price.

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