The first album of Web Web is very uncut, raw, live and direct. 'Oracle' is the first output of a German Supergroup. Check the musician credits below and youll get the score. The initial idea was to record a spiritualjazz type of album, with all its imperfection as far as intonation, sound, influences of tunes just like from their big jazz-heroes in the 70ies (e.g. Strata East, Black Jazz). Web Webs idea was to record a jazz jam session while to found and proclaim being a fictive band, a formation, which did not exist, while telling people, it would be a secret jam session recording of the Seventies. The prompt problem they were facing: Oh, we never would be able to play concerts, doing interviews, or placing photos on sleeves or post likeness images online. So they decided to reveal their real identities: Web Web are: Roberto Di Gioia (Piano, Synth, Percussion), Tony Lakatos (Tenor- and Sopranosaxophone), Christian von Kaphengst (Upright Bass) and Peter Gall (Drums). Roberto Di Gioia (Mastermind of Web Web): 'The four of us set up very close in a big room, so we could hear and feel each other the best way. The music became more intensive, improvisations became more dynamic and it was impulsive.
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